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Samsung WF8604NGW 1400 RPM 6KG Washing Machine White £249 @ B&Q
Samsung WF8604NGW 1400 RPM 6KG Washing Machine White £249 @ B&Q

Samsung WF8604NGW 1400 RPM 6KG Washing Machine White £249 @ B&Q

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Today I bought the Samsung WF8604NGW 1400 RPM 6KG Washing Machine White for £249 from B&Q in Euro Ransome Park, Ipswich. The label says £299 but when you put through the till it come out at £249. Very good price for a good brand and 1400 RPM as well.

Unfortunately I could not make Comet (currently £309) do a matching price since the B&Q official price for it is still £299 otherwise you could get a better deal. Nonetheless, I am quite happy with my purchase. The next cheapest online I can found is £299 + delivery.

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Spin speeds are irrelevant, its the quantity of holes in the drum that will determine how dry your washing comes out. A washing machine spinning at 900rpm with more holes in the drum than one with a spin speed of 1400rpm will come out drier.

High spin speeds can also damage your clothes. Quite a few of my t-shirts have little holes on them and as I don't smoke any substance which causes it I had wondered what was going on til I read ]this

Still a hot deal, just use the 1400 speed with care.

Lofty124;6314743

Spin speeds are irrelevant, its the quantity of holes in the drum that … Spin speeds are irrelevant, its the quantity of holes in the drum that will determine how dry your washing comes out. A washing machine spinning at 900rpm with more holes in the drum than one with a spin speed of 1400rpm will come out drier.



sorry but that is completely wrong - the number of holes does influence the residual moisture, but spin speed is far more important. A 1400 spin machine will always beat a 900 rpm however many holes the 900 machine has.

If you need evidence check out the residual moisture % of different machines.

checkley73;6319961

sorry but that is completely wrong - the number of holes does influence … sorry but that is completely wrong - the number of holes does influence the residual moisture, but spin speed is far more important. A 1400 spin machine will always beat a 900 rpm however many holes the 900 machine has.If you need evidence check out the residual moisture % of different machines.



NO, you are wrong. The more holes there are the more escape routes for the water. Its not rocket science its just true! Imagine a drum with 5000 holes spinning at 900rpm and a drum with 500 holes spinning at 1400...or even 2000 rpm.....wheres the water gonna go?

Check with anybody that knows anything about how a washing machine works and they will tell you whats more important...faster spin speed or more holes, the answer, if they know their stuff, will be more holes every time.

Lofty124;6369507

NO, you are wrong. The more holes there are the more escape routes for … NO, you are wrong. The more holes there are the more escape routes for the water. Its not rocket science its just true! Imagine a drum with 5000 holes spinning at 900rpm and a drum with 500 holes spinning at 1400...or even 2000 rpm.....wheres the water gonna go?Check with anybody that knows anything about how a washing machine works and they will tell you whats more important...faster spin speed or more holes, the answer, if they know their stuff, will be more holes every time.



Thank you. That's the funniest thing I've read in ages.
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