Whirlpool Supreme Care FSCR90410 9kg Load, 1400 Spin Washing Machine - White £224.99 @ Very

Whirlpool Supreme Care FSCR90410 9kg Load, 1400 Spin Washing Machine - White £224.99 @ Very

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Found 6th Jan 2017
Whirlpool Supreme Care FSCR90410 9kg Load, 1400 Spin Washing Machine - White - £224.99

Experience a fresh level of care and comfort in your laundry with Whirlpool’s Supreme Care Washing Machine FSCR 90410.

Featuring ZenTechnology, with Whirlpool’s innovative new style motor, experience the quietest spin cycle on the market which – at 48dB – is so discreet it won’t disturb conversation or dinner.

With innovative 6TH SENSE Technology the Whirlpool FSCR 90410Washing Machine uses sensors within the drum to assess how dirty your laundry is, automatically adapting the cycle to suit, saving up to 70% of energy, water and time, as well as reducing detergent wastage.

By using Wave Motion Technology, the drum dynamically adapts to provide bespoke motions according to fabric type, ensuring all laundry is evenly distributed for brilliant stain treatment whilst revitalising fabrics. Offering protection beyond the wash cycle, FreshCare provides a gentle tumble for up to six hours to ensure garments retain long-lasting freshness, even when you can’t unload the washing machine straight away.

Including an 9kg capacity drum, A+++ energy rating, 10 program settings and up to 1400 rpm of variable temperature and spin speed, the Whirlpool Supreme Care Washing Machine (FSCR 90410) in white delivers exceptional care to your clothes, with an intelligent approach to resource management. "
Depth: 42.2 CM
Height: 85 CM
Width: 59.5 CM
Energy Rating: A+++
Fold Flat Racks and Cutlery Basket: N
Adjustable Basket Height: N
Number of Programmes: 15
Programmable Functions: N
Spin Speed: 1400rpm
Wash Load: 9Kg
Width: 60cms
Zen Technology - Using an innoative new style motor, experience the quiestest spin cycle on the market, so discreet it won't disturb conversations or
6th Sense - By using sensors within the drum to assess how dirty your laundry is, the cycle is adapted, saving up to 50% on energy, water and time and
Fresh Care - Keeping your clothes fresh after the cycle's ended, garments are tumbled for up to 6 hours for long lasting freshness.
24hr Delay Timer
Variable Temperature and Spin
2 years labour and 10 year parts manufacturers guarantee (via registration)
Whirlpool FSCR90410 9kg Load, 1400 Spin Washing Machine - White

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We have a Whirlpool similar spec and price to this, also reduced from over £400 and it's not missed a beat in three years of quite hard use. They use noisy pumps which is a shame but apart from that they are a good brand and I was going to say better than your Hotpoint, Indesit etc but then Whirlpool bought Hotpoint last year didn't they so who knows. I wouldn't buy a Hotpoint washer no matter how cheap it was.
same factories, same parts, different names.

If pump is noisy its possibly a technical defect and changeable under warranty.
Yes, possibly the case now which is a shame. I don't have anything against Hotpoint as a brand for other domestic appliances, just not washing machines. Our Hotpoint fridge has done well as has our dishwasher but washing machines I have had three and all failed with the same fault.

The noisy pump on the Whirlpool is standard issue. I did complain when I first got it and their response was they would happily send an engineer out but if they found there was no fault I would be charged. I said in that case I will leave it and wait for it to fail. It hasn't lol. My daughter also had a Whirlpool and hers was the same and googling my model number it would seem a common factor. No doubt a cheap pump on what is a good washer but no doubt a better pump would have cost another fiver on the price and the clever Marketing team said no, we need to be competitive. It's the same as the decision Samsung made a few years back when they thought they would save $1 a tv set by using a cheaper capacitor only to find that it wasn't powerful enough and cost them loads in failures. Sometimes saving money as a manufacturer isn't a good idea, certainly not for the consumer.

On the subject of washers I had a real good chat with the appliance expert at Currys and whilst he said fridges, freezers etc have decent offerings by the cheaper brands such as Logik, Beko etc, where washing machines are concerned you really do get what you pay for and showed me why the cheaper Hotpoints, Hoover, Indesit etc would fail. They all have their printed circuit board fastened to a thin panel on the front. Every time you press a button on the front of the machine you are putting the PC board under pressure and flexing it. Eventually it breaks. This happened on my last washer (Hoover). He was extremely knowledgeable and explained about research and development and why AEG can offer a 5 year warranty on parts and labour because they know their machines are going to last way longer than that. So sometimes spending £500 on a washing machine may be more cost effective. I will take my chances on my sub £300 machines but he said if you can't push the boat out for Miele or AEG then buy Bosch or Samsung. At that time Currys didn't sell Whirlpool but he said best of the rest was Zanussi and if I wanted to buy another Hoover then I would have to approach another member of staff as he wasn't willing to sell me one. How bizarre.

Edited by: "Smartguy1" 6th Jan 2017
we have had this model for 6 months now. Paid only a little bit more so not to gutted. highly recommended though. Very quiet in operation so great if living in a flat. no probs with cleaning performance. eco mode can be slow with a heavy load but i guess this is true whateve. no probs with pump noise here. Annoyingly, when you turn it on it does some funny beeping and you have to wait for the lights to stops dancing before you can set the machine but it's a minor quirk. 4.5 stars from me.
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