Samsung WF70F5E0W2W Washing Machine,£388.97 with FREE 5 YEAR WARRANTY AND £50 CASH BACK (PLUS 2.5% QUIDCO)  POTENTIAL TOTAL £329.24 @ Beyond Television
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Samsung WF70F5E0W2W Washing Machine,£388.97 with FREE 5 YEAR WARRANTY AND £50 CASH BACK (PLUS 2.5% QUIDCO) POTENTIAL TOTAL £329.24 @ Beyond Television

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Found 16th Apr 2013
388.97-2.5%(9.72)-50=£329.24 now down to 386
BARGAIN FOR (good) BRAND NAME WASHING MACHINE WITH 5 YEAR WARRANTY.
DON'T FORGET QUIDCO

Link to cashback: samsung.com/uk/…ck/
link to 5 year warrenty samsung.com/uk/…ty/


Feature

Washing Capacity 7kg
Maximum Spin Speed 1200rpm
Standard Cycle Time 135min
Display Dot LED
Available Body Color White
Available Door Color White
Ecobubble™ Technology Yes
Digital Inverter Motor No
VRT plus No
Fuzzy Logic Controls Yes

Performance

Energy Efficiency Class A+++
Annual Energy Consumption (220 cycle) kWh/annum 173kWh
Annual Water Consumption (220 cycles) L/annum 9400L
Spin-drying Efficiency ClassB
Noise Level Washing (dB(A) re 1pW) 61dB
Noise Level Spinning (dB(A) re 1pW) 79dB

Informative Functions

Delay End Yes
Child Lock DisplayYes
Door Lock Display Yes
Progress Indicator Yes
Fault Check Display Yes

Programs

Cotton Yes
Synthetics Yes
Denim No
Bedding No
Dark Garment No
Daily Wash Yes
Eco Drum Clean No
Super Eco Wash Yes
Outdoor Care Yes
Stain Away Yes
15' Quick wash Yes
Sports Wear No
Baby Care Yes
Wool Yes
Hand Wash Yes
Drain No
Spin Yes
Rinse+Spin Yes
Ecobubble On/Off No
My Cycle No
Quick Wash(15'~60') No
Easy Iron No
Rinse + Yes
Rinse Hold No
Sound Off Yes
Delay End Yes
Language setting No
Pre Wash Yes
Intensive Wash Yes
Soak Yes
Ceramic Heater No
Diamond Drum Yes
OverVolt Control Yes
Smart Check Yes
Last memory Yes

Safety

Child Lock Yes
Anti Foam Control Yes
Overheating Control Yes
Self Diagnostic System Yes
Self Cleaning Filter Yes
Water Safety Aqua Stop Hose No
Water Safety Leakage Sensor No

Specifications

Net Dimension (WxDxH) 600 x 550 x 850mm
Gross Dimension (W x D x H) 650 x 670 x 883mm
Net Weight 61kg
Gross Weight 63kg
Loading Quantity 40ft H/C (Set) 162

39 Comments

I bought it last time this was posted, good deal and service from beyond television was satisfactory.

Pitty its only 1200 spin.

purchased one last night booked delivery for tue. Got a call this morning offering delivery tomorrow morning! Of course i accepted! many thanks OP

delivered today by delightfully friendly chap.
amazing service

Original Poster

just received mine fri . Its a fantastic machine. I've worked it out, its costing me 5.45 month for 5years.

Just ordered!

good price

Purchased this last time..can anyone remind me how to register for the 5 yr warranty

The only thing this machine has going for it is the 5 year warranty tbh.

Only 7 kg and 1200 spin, good for the summer but come winter you will wish you had won the lottery to pay for the tumble drier`s electric bill.

Now matching 24/7 electronics price.
Edited by: "fozey" 22nd Apr 2013

fozey

The only thing this machine has going for it is the 5 year warranty … The only thing this machine has going for it is the 5 year warranty tbh.Only 7 kg and 1200 spin, good for the summer but come winter you will wish you had won the lottery to pay for the tumble drier`s electric bill.



Thanks for the advice, but I don't understand your point about the tumble drier's electric bill - you're saying that's a downside of this washing machine? What do you mean?

how does samsung compare to Bosch for quality. I assume it is inferior to a Meile?

yftdjyfgun

Thanks for the advice, but I don't understand your point about the tumble … Thanks for the advice, but I don't understand your point about the tumble drier's electric bill - you're saying that's a downside of this washing machine? What do you mean?



Put simply a 1200 spin will extract a lot less water than say a 1600 spin machine ( 36% ) therefore a tumble drier will have to be on for approx 1 hour more to dry the same amount based on a 7 Kg load

feival

how does samsung compare to Bosch for quality. I assume it is inferior to … how does samsung compare to Bosch for quality. I assume it is inferior to a Meile?



Not even close, however the 5 year warranty makes up for it a little.

yftdjyfgun

Thanks for the advice, but I don't understand your point about the tumble … Thanks for the advice, but I don't understand your point about the tumble drier's electric bill - you're saying that's a downside of this washing machine? What do you mean?



basically after washing your clothes there is still a lot of water in your clothes hence in winter it will takes days to dry or you will need a dryer hence ££££ on your bills??!!

fozey

Put simply a 1200 spin will extract a lot less water than say a 1600 spin … Put simply a 1200 spin will extract a lot less water than say a 1600 spin machine ( 36% ) therefore a tumble drier will have to be on for approx 1 hour more to dry the same amount based on a 7 Kg load



Marketing "spin", im afraid. 1200rpm is the ideal speed actually. Above that rate and the only really noticeable difference is more creases. In a drier that wont matter tho. More to do with drum design than actual rpm over 1200rpm.
Additionally, the increased RPM will have a very negative effect on bearing life. On a Sealed Drum Unit, like this, very bad news. On cheap units, even worse.
Edited by: "czechoslovakia" 22nd Apr 2013

fozey

The only thing this machine has going for it is the 5 year warranty … The only thing this machine has going for it is the 5 year warranty tbh.Only 7 kg and 1200 spin, good for the summer but come winter you will wish you had won the lottery to pay for the tumble drier`s electric bill.Now matching 24/7 electronics price.



Unless you are an engineer of sorts, I bow to your knowledge. Else, refrain posting retarded comments and in actual fact stopping people buying a machine they may consider.
Check:
whitegoodshelp.co.uk/was…ts/

FYI, I do not work for Samsung, or an electrical retailer etc etc. Just a bod who has benefitted immensely from this site.

And one last thing - I can speak from experience. Have had a Samsung for 3 years. Last week, had to have the heater element replaced, which even if I did not have the warranty would cost less that £20 to replace. Washing machine engineer said these were very well designed machines, and well built

Edited by: "Ravenelli" 22nd Apr 2013

czechoslovakia

Marketing "spin", im afraid. 1200rpm is the ideal speed actually. Above … Marketing "spin", im afraid. 1200rpm is the ideal speed actually. Above that rate and the only really noticeable difference is more creases. In a drier that wont matter tho. More to do with drum design than actual rpm over 1200rpm. Additionally, the increased RPM will have a very negative effect on bearing life. On a Sealed Drum Unit, like this, very bad news. On cheap units, even worse.



I did not mention drum design as I knew a less educated individual would lol

czechoslovakia

Marketing "spin", im afraid. 1200rpm is the ideal speed actually. Above … Marketing "spin", im afraid. 1200rpm is the ideal speed actually. Above that rate and the only really noticeable difference is more creases. In a drier that wont matter tho. More to do with drum design than actual rpm over 1200rpm. Additionally, the increased RPM will have a very negative effect on bearing life. On a Sealed Drum Unit, like this, very bad news. On cheap units, even worse.



im afraid your wrong, my last 2 have been 1600 spin, creases are no worse than when I had slower machines, 1400 spin is the minimum I would accept.

Can you watch tv on this?

Ravenelli

Unless you are an engineer of sorts, I bow to your knowledge. Else, … Unless you are an engineer of sorts, I bow to your knowledge. Else, refrain posting retarded comments and in actual fact stopping people buying a machine they may consider.Check:http://www.whitegoodshelp.co.uk/washing-machine-spin-speed-efficiency-figures-and-drying-costs/FYI, I do not work dor Samsung, or an electrical retailer etc etc. Just a bod who has benefitted immensely from this site.And one last thing - I can speak from experience. Have had a Samsung for 3 years. Last week, had to have the heater element replaced, which even if I did not have the warranty would cost less that £20 to replace. Washing machine engineer said these were very well designed machines, and well built



I am not a washing machine expert, however I am a registered electrical and mechanical engineer with several organisations who is very shop savvy and a bit geeky when it comes to products that are advertised as good.

Ever the cynical person that I am I do not want to put people off this product but to educate those that you get what you pay for and unfortunately this is bad machine

EDIT>>> It has a 5 year warranty.
Edited by: "fozey" 22nd Apr 2013

Slightly on/off topic, but noting the comments on spin speed/reliability got me looking - wouldn't post this as a deal as it'll go stone cold due to the price! However, it's a Miele with 5 year warranty, 1600 rpm spin and they are offering £111 cashback so you can get it for £838 here. Yes it's just over £500 more, but it's a top-end Miele with the brand reliability, extra capacity, higher spin speed and it's £1129 - £111 (cashback) = £1018 from John Lewis!

Had a miele washer afyer all the reviews said they ware amazing.Had a motor fail afyer 2 years and my god expensive wasnt the word fpr it.Very overated like everything german these days.Sorry but i wouldnt have another miele washer and there so ugly to look at.Using an lg at the moment and its been excellent for the past few years.Would give the samsung ago.Abit like apple they only give 12 month wareanties and ive seen loads of faults with them and there supposed to be a top quality product?5 year warranty shows that samsung have some faith in what there selling and there after care is decent as ive used it in the past so a decent deal id say.

monkeybrains

Can you watch tv on this?

it comes with free iPad, so yes you can.

Any 5yr guarantee dryers out there?

This is the same as LG, I have one of theirs that failed 2 months outside the 5 yr warranty.
The bearing housing has failed (the drum housing is not metal it is composite) so it needs a new housing.
LG cannot supply the housing and will not help as it is now out of warranty, no goodwill either.

It has probably been caused by it being overloaded (yes I know, but the wife wont listen", but I think it stinks that a £600 washing machine is basically scrap after 5 years.

The last one we had was a £120 cheepo job from Comet (remember them!) and it lasted just as long!

Original Poster

emztastic

Any 5yr guarantee dryers out there?

there is not much to go wrong on dryers.

phil9

This is the same as LG, I have one of theirs that failed 2 months outside … This is the same as LG, I have one of theirs that failed 2 months outside the 5 yr warranty.The bearing housing has failed (the drum housing is not metal it is composite) so it needs a new housing.LG cannot supply the housing and will not help as it is now out of warranty, no goodwill either.It has probably been caused by it being overloaded (yes I know, but the wife wont listen", but I think it stinks that a £600 washing machine is basically scrap after 5 years.The last one we had was a £120 cheepo job from Comet (remember them!) and it lasted just as long!



Did you try somewhere like here -

buyspares.co.uk/lg/…e=1

To be fair this isn't a £600 machine as you describe it's £330 ish so I don't imagine 5 years is too bad. If you want big reliability then you need to go for something like a Miele and pay the money. You could take the view that you could pay £1k for a Miele with 10 years warranty of buy one of these with half the warranty for a third of the price and see what happens in 5 years.

Original Poster

HertzVanRental

Slightly on/off topic, but noting the comments on spin speed/reliability … Slightly on/off topic, but noting the comments on spin speed/reliability got me looking - wouldn't post this as a deal as it'll go stone cold due to the price! However, it's a Miele with 5 year warranty, 1600 rpm spin and they are offering £111 cashback so you can get it for £838 here. Yes it's just over £500 more, but it's a top-end Miele with the brand reliability, extra capacity, higher spin speed and it's £1129 - £111 (cashback) = £1018 from John Lewis!

or get a much nicer looking machine and update it twice in 10years and you will still be £400 happier.

Original Poster

rodman

it comes with free iPad, so yes you can.

ha!

Banned

Czechoslovakia is actually completely correct.

Research shows that spin speeds above 1200 rpm have very little effect on remaining water content and indeed, the bearing wear out quicker at higher speeds.

Far more relevant is the design of the drum (Bigger holes shift more water) and the length of the spin speed. In addition, most machines will not reach that top speed but will ramp down to something lower, due to unbalanced drum loads.

It IS marketing at work! You 'think' that a faster machine must be better. You paid extra money for it so it must be better, surely? WRONG! The manufacturer has screwed a couple of extra quid out of you for your extra RPM and benefits because your machine will go wrong quicker!

I have previously posted links on HUKD to websites which discuss this in detail.

Banned

feival

how does samsung compare to Bosch for quality. I assume it is inferior to … how does samsung compare to Bosch for quality. I assume it is inferior to a Meile?



Depends which Bosch machines you are on about! Remember that the bottom range Bosch machines are made in Spain, Poland and China!

These Samsung machines are on a par build wise with £300-£400 Bosch machines, give or take on a par with LG.

The more expensive German made Bosch and Miele machines are better build quality, as you'd expect.

Stu

Did you try somewhere like here … Did you try somewhere like here -http://www.buyspares.co.uk/lg/washing-machine/catalogue.pl?shop=lg&path=111341&page=1To be fair this isn't a £600 machine as you describe it's £330 ish so I don't imagine 5 years is too bad. If you want big reliability then you need to go for something like a Miele and pay the money. You could take the view that you could pay £1k for a Miele with 10 years warranty of buy one of these with half the warranty for a third of the price and see what happens in 5 years.



I was looking at the WasherDryer to be honest, hence the £600, but I got one and the condensate was leaking, so when I looked to see what was leaking inside I saw it was the same machine as my old one! So I returned it (Costco).

I tried direct to get the part from LG, but they said the parts are discontinued. I'm sure that another housing would fit, but they were so uninterested and just wanted me to buy another.

This is the part needed, not available!
buyspares.co.uk/was…938
I ended up gluing the bearing in place with some strong epoxy I got from work, so far its OK, the bearing is worn and its very noisy, but it works!
Edited by: "phil9" 28th Apr 2013

fozey

Not even close, however the 5 year warranty makes up for it a little.



Not true, both made in Poland, same level of manufacturing.

Hi, has anyone bought and recieved theres yet?
Just wanted to bounce a query off you ... Could you PM me if you have?

Cheers
Fin.

I bought a different model. It's being delivered on Tues.

Let me know if it has the same LCD display bud?

I bought this one

You got issues??
Edited by: "Stu" 3rd May 2013

Cheers bud .. LCD display looks slightly different. Basically the back light indicating which temp you've chosen lights up.
But the actual temperatures (30,40,60 etc) don't ... so unless your in a well lit room you cant see it.

Might just be a dodgy design, or might be some dead lights on delivery... Will email Samsung once my warranty kicks in next week
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