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Samsung WW80K6414QW 8Kg Addwash Washing Machine with 5 Year Warranty £379 @ Reliant Direct
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Samsung WW80K6414QW 8Kg Addwash Washing Machine with 5 Year Warranty £379 @ Reliant Direct

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Posted 17th May
Add to the wash during the wash
Open the innovative AddWash™ door to quickly drop in anything extra during the wash* – whether that’s a stray sock you missed, extra softener, or a hand-washed garment for final rinsing. *AddWash™ door can be opened at any time when the drum temperature is below 50 °C.

Undeniable performance of bubbles
Samsung’s efficient ecobubble™ technology mixes air, water and detergent to create bubbles that penetrate your clothes faster, helping you wash at cooler temperatures. Better for the environment and your bills.

Powerful Cleaning in Less Than an Hour
The Twin Water Supply fills your machine faster, and a clever Spin Speed Rinse accelerates your cycle, cutting a standard 5 kg wash (that's 25 t-shirts) to just 59 minutes. Meaning less time waiting, more time for you.
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Are Samsung washers and dryers any good.... I’ve seen very mixed reviews from both users and expert reviewers
indianajon17/05/2020 10:51

Are Samsung washers and dryers any good.... I’ve seen very mixed reviews f …Are Samsung washers and dryers any good.... I’ve seen very mixed reviews from both users and expert reviewers


Check the reviews on the Samsung website. Customer services is hit and miss along with the products, if you get a lemon.

My old machine is on its last legs so still doing research, but most likely avoid Samsung.
Edited by: "MrCharlie" 17th May
Literally just received our replacement from Samsung for our 1year 3month old addwash.. luckily we had the 5 year warranty and Samsung took a month to deliver. Not too bad at the moment I don't think. The control panel had gone. Which seems to be an ongoing problem with Samsung washers.
indianajon17/05/2020 10:51

Are Samsung washers and dryers any good.... I’ve seen very mixed reviews f …Are Samsung washers and dryers any good.... I’ve seen very mixed reviews from both users and expert reviewers


I would stay away but samsung people are going to storm in soon I presume saying their has been fine for x years
MrCharlie17/05/2020 11:09

Check the reviews on the Samsung website. Customer services is hit and …Check the reviews on the Samsung website. Customer services is hit and miss along with the products, if you get a lemon.My old machine is on its last legs so still doing research, but most likely avoid Samsung.


Think id rather buy a beko than a samsung

Ideally looking for a bosch..
Krizzo317/05/2020 11:44

Think id rather buy a beko than a samsungIdeally looking for a bosch..


Beko if it works it will work, they are getting better. I wouldn't go over 300 quid on a beko, missed the 250 10 kg offer the other bank holiday weekend. They also make Grundiq washing machine which come with 5 years guarantee. Bosch 4 series get good reviews, but quality is hit and miss. My last resort is a Miele at around 650 ish, some come with 5 years warranty but are rock solid.
Edited by: "MrCharlie" 17th May
MrCharlie17/05/2020 11:50

Beko if it works it will work, they are getting better. I wouldn't go over …Beko if it works it will work, they are getting better. I wouldn't go over 300 quid on a beko, missed the 250 10 kg offer the other bank holiday weekend. They also make Grundiq washkng machine which come with 5 years guarantee. Bosch 4 series get good reviews, but quality is hit and miss. My last resort is a Miele at around 650 ish, some come with 5 years warranty but are rock solid.


Id probably prefer to go thorough 2 bosches at about 300-350 a pop than bet my money on miele

Also depends if you are able to fix some of the problems yourself
How did we cope for years forgetting that last sock.

So now they add an extra door for that one sock.

Forget the extra door and reduce the cost.
Siddy17/05/2020 13:49

How did we cope for years forgetting that last sock.So now they add an …How did we cope for years forgetting that last sock.So now they add an extra door for that one sock.Forget the extra door and reduce the cost.


Most washing machines you can pause early in the cycle open the door and add stuff
Edited by: "Krizzo3" 17th May
Had a brand new Samsung machine delivered from Currys a couple of weeks ago. It was faulty on delivery with the water inlet valve spraying water all over the inside of the machine as soon as the water supply was turned on. Had a response from Samsung customer services saying that the machine had a troubleshooting session performed at the factory, but the fault wasn’t rectified. How’s that for quality control?!

As a side note, Currys customer services were abysmal whilst trying to sort the problem and I won’t be giving either company my custom in the future!
Krizzo317/05/2020 11:53

Id probably prefer to go thorough 2 bosches at about 300-350 a pop than …Id probably prefer to go thorough 2 bosches at about 300-350 a pop than bet my money on mieleAlso depends if you are able to fix some of the problems yourself


I have a Bosch and still going after 6 1/2 years. Had to replace the pump at 6 years though. I would also look at LG.
pollarj17/05/2020 18:02

I have a Bosch and still going after 6 1/2 years. Had to replace the pump …I have a Bosch and still going after 6 1/2 years. Had to replace the pump at 6 years though. I would also look at LG.


I am also considering LG yes

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I would be happy if I could scoop another one of those at similar price
The joy of opinion. 3 years old no issues so far on this washing machine. Infact apart from a microwave that seemed a bit underpowered which we replaced for a higher powered one, I have never had a Samsung appliance fail. 6 TVs, American fridge freezer, 4 phones, three tablets, microwave, vacuum (now used in garage), smart things hub and various sensors. I think all manufacturers have some dodgy products and inevitably you could be that unlucky person to get a dud. For me generally Samsung sit in that middle range, probably better value than the high end Miele, but better longevity than the cheaper brands. In comparison, we have a bosch dishwasher and single kitchen fridge, also both three years old (new built house). Dishwasher has already needed a door close sensor switch and the fridge two new £30 each hinges neither of which were still under warranty although they are good machines!
Great washing machine. Very quiet. Washes well.
Krizzo317/05/2020 11:43

I would stay away but samsung people are going to storm in soon I presume …I would stay away but samsung people are going to storm in soon I presume saying their has been fine for x years



Krizzo317/05/2020 11:44

Think id rather buy a beko than a samsungIdeally looking for a bosch..


Just shows how much is about perception - I've had bad experiences with Bosch so went Samsung for my washer about 4 years ago and it's been rock solid. Cleans well, it's quiet, and very well built.

My reasoning at the time (I think I paid around the same as this) was that, for less than £400, I had a washing machine guaranteed to be working for at least 5 years as Samsung were one of the first to offer such a long guarantee.
Krizzo317/05/2020 18:05

I am also considering LG yes[Image] I would be happy if I could scoop …I am also considering LG yes[Image] I would be happy if I could scoop another one of those at similar price


The engineer I had out to look at the knackered Samsung machine told me that he has an LG. Just saying...
Siddy17/05/2020 13:49

How did we cope for years forgetting that last sock.So now they add an …How did we cope for years forgetting that last sock.So now they add an extra door for that one sock.Forget the extra door and reduce the cost.


Back in the eighties we used to have a hotpoint, if you wanted to add something during the wash, you just pressed the pause button and could open the door to throw in extra washing as soon as the drum stopped moving. It filled up to the door seal during the wash cycle of most programs, and had a water level sensor and a mechanical pecker controlling the door latch, so you didn't have to wait 2 minutes for the door latch to release.

It was a top of the range model though, back when Hotpoint was a reasonable brand, but, I think it was a better design than a door in a door.
Edited by: "melted" 18th May
melted18/05/2020 13:31

Back in the eighties we used to have a hotpoint, if you wanted to add …Back in the eighties we used to have a hotpoint, if you wanted to add something during the wash, you just pressed the pause button and could open the door to throw in extra washing as soon as the drum stopped moving. It filled up to the door seal during the wash cycle of most programs, and had a water level sensor and a mechanical pecker controlling the door latch, so you didn't have to wait 2 minutes for the door latch to release. It was a top of the range model though, back when Hotpoint was a reasonable brand, but, I think it was a better design than a door in a door.



Our top of the range Hotpoint shook the front block of it after moving house and couldn't get it spot on level, it was so quite in use. Replaced it with another but not as quite and still has the odd knocking even through it's spot on level.
Edited by: "Siddy" 24th May
Siddy18/05/2020 13:46

Our top of the range Hotpoint shuck the front block of it after moving …Our top of the range Hotpoint shuck the front block of it after moving house and couldn't get it spot on level, it was so quite in use. Replaced it with another but not as quite and still has the odd knocking even through it's spot on level.


Translation into English please...
Siddy18/05/2020 13:46

Our top of the range Hotpoint shuck the front block of it after moving …Our top of the range Hotpoint shuck the front block of it after moving house and couldn't get it spot on level, it was so quite in use. Replaced it with another but not as quite and still has the odd knocking even through it's spot on level.


Ours was self levelling, although, you actually had to lean all your body weight on the back corners and rock your weight to get it to self adjust its feet. Was a very early electronic model (I think the only electronic one in the store), with multiple PCBs linked by long ribbon cables, the micro processor board failed after a few years an a new one cost about £95 (installed myself).
Edited by: "melted" 18th May
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