SHARP ES-HDB8147W0 8 kg Washer Dryer - White £349.99 @ Currys
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SHARP ES-HDB8147W0 8 kg Washer Dryer - White £349.99 @ Currys

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Found 15th JanEdited by:"misiokicio"
Washer Dryer down from 449 to 349

8kg for washing and 6kg for drying

2 years warranty as as well as standard and energy rating of A,
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Ordered it myself today, no idea how good they are but it comes with 2 years warranty too
Heat for the deal/price but looks like a rebranded Beko/Grundig number.
hmm 8kg washing, and 6kg drying
so am I supposed to take out 2kg of clothes dry the rest
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parwez18 m ago

hmm 8kg washing, and 6kg dryingso am I supposed to take out 2kg of clothes …hmm 8kg washing, and 6kg dryingso am I supposed to take out 2kg of clothes dry the rest


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barginunter3238 m ago

Heat for the deal/price but looks like a rebranded Beko/Grundig number.


Was just thinking I wonder who owns the sharp brand for home appliances now
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NAZ178 m ago

Was just thinking I wonder who owns the sharp brand for home appliances now


It does looks like grunding tbh... but rather buy this for 2 years warranty xd
I've been looking for a washer dryer as moving into a flat, it baffles me how much water these use. I've read washer dryers use water in the dry cycle! Looking at water consumption on this is nearly 3 times what my Samsung standalone washer does.
stoneblade4 h, 30 m ago

I've been looking for a washer dryer as moving into a flat, it baffles me …I've been looking for a washer dryer as moving into a flat, it baffles me how much water these use. I've read washer dryers use water in the dry cycle! Looking at water consumption on this is nearly 3 times what my Samsung standalone washer does.


Washer dryers adds cold water into the system to condense the steam generated from heating the clothing.

They normally use twice as much water as an equivalent washing machine.

Additionally the fluff from all the clothes it dries get caught and washed away by the water in the system, however if you only do cold washes (below 40) the filter won't get washed properly and the washing machines all eventually fail.
Hard water areas you will need to use anti limescale solution every 3 months to protect internals from build up especially heating element.
These are almost certainly rebranded but not Beko or Grundig. Looked at them yesterday in store & they didn't look great. Currys re well known for buying up brand names & rebranding products JVC & Kenwood being the obvious ones. New to Currys, so no feedback as yet....
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brucem2 h, 32 m ago

These are almost certainly rebranded but not Beko or Grundig. Looked at …These are almost certainly rebranded but not Beko or Grundig. Looked at them yesterday in store & they didn't look great. Currys re well known for buying up brand names & rebranding products JVC & Kenwood being the obvious ones. New to Currys, so no feedback as yet....


Thx for the feedback, mine is scheduled for the delivery tomorrow.. but depends on the conditions, snow is hittin us hard, if that is a Kenwood rebrand.. sounds better that beko indesit right
I'd say Kenwood sits below Beko in most cases. Kenwood stuff is mostly made for Currys & rebranded with the Kenwood name. Beko quality has improved over the last few years, but most of these brands only last 2-4 years.
brucem16th Jan

I'd say Kenwood sits below Beko in most cases. Kenwood stuff is mostly …I'd say Kenwood sits below Beko in most cases. Kenwood stuff is mostly made for Currys & rebranded with the Kenwood name. Beko quality has improved over the last few years, but most of these brands only last 2-4 years.


I 100% agree! any large domestic appliance branded Kenwood is a Currys in house product and are low value so the quality is iffy.
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33090275-hfCXJ.jpg just using it for the first time, i can confim that Sharp is produced by Vettel, will leave some more feedback later, so far got this into daily 60 min wash and 30 min drying, lets see
Seems very simple to use, there is a helpful timer, so u know how long till its done, also detects if there is half a load in, dont think u can get anythin better for 349 with that capacity and the 2 years peace of mind too, yes it doesn't look that good next to samsung or lg at the shop... but the price ain't 600 or 700 quid
Edited by: "misiokicio" 18th Jan
Anyone buy this who knows what the best setting is for a normal wash & dry?
misiokicio18th Jan

[Image] just using it for the first time, i can confim that Sharp …[Image] just using it for the first time, i can confim that Sharp is produced by Vettel, will leave some more feedback later, so far got this into daily 60 min wash and 30 min drying, lets seeSeems very simple to use, there is a helpful timer, so u know how long till its done, also detects if there is half a load in, dont think u can get anythin better for 349 with that capacity and the 2 years peace of mind too, yes it doesn't look that good next to samsung or lg at the shop... but the price ain't 600 or 700 quid


Hi, Ive just got this delivered today and im wondering if you know -

- Whats the best setting for a normal wash & dry?

- Can you do a wash on its own or a dry on its own?

Thanks
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