Thanks bought - I already have the matching 4 slice toaster
I'll amend 🥚
dont think its ever been £55 , £29 at Currys
Thanks bought - I already have the matching 4 slice toaster
I'll amend 🥚
dont think its ever been £55 , £29 at Currys
They do Range Cookers for nearly £700.
No idea. It wasnt in my original post so guessing it was edited by the moderators
Do beko appliances cost that much to b able to get 100£ off?
BEKA15 was the 15% pop up
I'm sorry, not sure as I closed down the pop up!! Can see a 20% code BEKAF20 see if that works or just browse the site as the 15% may pop up for you.
It does pay to read the instructions and remove the polystyrene :D and adjusting the feet is the final part, I found it to be quieter than my toploader that has just been picked up by the EU works van. LOL (y)
I got mine yesterday. Thought was very noisy and squeaky! Adjusted the leg and that made it abit more quiet. Just lifted up as well and there was a polystyrene bit stuck underneath (embarrassed) Will see with next wash (y)
Had mine delivered today, all up and working fine, so far so good, no complaints at the price, only time will tell, but at least you get 2 years warranty with JL. Probably why they have sold out at the moment.
Whirlpool's recent reputation for poor product safety with their Indesit and Hotpoint brands has tarnished the company so much that I will never buy another product from them again, nor will any of my family. I'm aware of the parent companies of Beko; in fact I burst out laughing when I (incorrectly) first pronounced Arçelik and Koç Holding.
So installation and removal of the old machine aren't options now. I have a plumber coming out for various small jobs over the next couple of weeks, perhaps he'd connect a new machine and put the old one outside! A call out to fit a new door seal is an expensive repair on a 6 year old machine, probably as cheap to buy this Beko and get the 2 year JL guarantee. Thanks OP!
This or https://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/household-appliances/laundry/washing-machines/kenwood-k814wm16-washing-machine-white-10140691-pdt.html?
Would prefer my flat doesn’t burn down, no one should go near Hotpoint machines anymore
Nice quiet washing machine only issue we found is a small amount of water gets stuck on the rubber door seal. You can get all the parts for it on the beko website but the drum is sealed so if the bearings go it be the same price just to buy a new machine rather than replace the drum.
This was £199 over the Easter holidays, they probably haven't updated the listing
Yea they've put the prices up £5 on the entire range :/
says 34.99 for me
Totally agree .. if 30 is decent value then why not.. Still waiting on someone that has the toaster to give some feedback
Yes but a Dualit 4 slice toaster is £150+ which is 5x the price. I appreciate they may be better but that same logic can be applied to every single product that's on HUKD. If you find a good Dualit deal please post it to the group.
Just buy a Dualit and never have to worry about buying a toaster again. Ever.
Matching toasters are also down to £29.99. Bought both thanks.
Thanks Bob, i was contemplating buying but I'll give it a miss.
Beware Curry's delivery at the moment. I ordered one of these three weeks ago and it's still not arrived. Over two hours waiting for customer services only to be hung up on. No reply to emails and no chat on their website. Really poor.
We have this in black and it's such good quality!
Love the blue - nice looking kettle.
Did it work though?
No.. Anything but a Beko. Never again. The material feels cheap and everything about it is budget. Bare minimum and low quality is what you're paying for.
I can’t remember now. After that I bought Hoover and drum broke on that! So annoying
What’s the warranty
what-does-frost-free-mean You may get a phonecall from AO trying to offer you insurance cover (as will Currys). personally i've never had to claim for or return any appliance and that includes factory seconds, however if you did want the cover, i'd be more inclinded to go with AO
100% agree with this as I’m in the same boat. Spent over an hour on hold (had to give up as got a more important call) as I want to cancel an order I placed in early March. No communication from Currys at all and can’t get hold of them - not even sure the customer number is a freephone one either.
Hey all, just be wary, I wouldn't normally do this but my experience with Currys over the past month has been absolutely horrific. Ended up cancelling an order today for a freezer I paid for on 16 March - they still have none in stock 31 days later despite saying they will deliver within 21 days. I know we need to expect disruption during this crisis but Currys have literally not communicated at all and I only managed to get a refund after waiting for 2 hours on hold today. Don't take my word for it, go to Trustpilot and look at the nosedive their rating has taken. They have literally done nothing to communicate with customers during this crisis and don't deserve your money until they fix this, in my opinion.
@M0nk3h I'd say so yes. Otherwise ice gradulaly bulds up and every year or so, you have to completely empty it, turn it off overnight and defrost it, which ends up with water going everywhere and is a faff.
Looks like this has expired. Showing at £259 for me.
I'm seriously considering this as I have a Samsung ecobubble 8kg and have had nothing but problems wouldn't recommend them at all.
Had Beko washing machines at various properties for many years and never had a fault.
Thanks but purchased elsewhere.....
AO, which operate boots kitchen appliances web site, have a 100 day return policy, so they would be 1st contact if you bought it off boots
Do undercounter freezers come frost free? Not seen one before.
Not showing in stock for me 😔
85 litres but not frost free.
Perfect, looking for a freezer and bought paint to paint an arcade machine. Thanks marty-401
Mine says the same
Thanks mate, but 4 years old now
Took the plunge on this - seems good so let's hope it doesn't didsapoint. Thank you OP
Totally agree. Have Beko standard dryer which has been excellent
This Beko Heat Pump model includes direct drain, as do, most Beko Condenser Tumble Dryers. https://www.beko.co.uk/7kg-tumble-dryer-dtgp7000-white
We have one of these, it's brilliant - bought one a few months ago after our Bosch finally gave up the ghost after 10 years use. Highly recommend these.
We've had ours for about 5 years plus now.. couldn't be happier with it. Our previous tumble drier lasted about 25 years, but by the end was pretty inefficient, with regards to electric usage I mean.
Pretty sure AO.com have an influence on Boots appliances and they would price match anyway. I have a Bosch heat pump and it does take at least 3 hrs, but only pushes up the smart meter a bit when it's on. Compared to the condenser which lit it up like 4th July!
i have the heat pump version of this and not sure what people are talking about?, its great, a normal wash comes out completely fine to fold after 1 1/2 hours. we have it plumb to drain straight into the normal drain which might make a difference though from having it plumbed into the built in collection box.
Im on the look out for a tumble dryer and have been for a while. Prices have been pretty static so this is a decent drop
Will let you know. I purchased a samsung dryer which is being delivered tomorrow. Currently have a hotpoint condenser dryer.
Be interesting to hear your thoughts. I purposely avoided heat pump for the comments made here and online reviews, just don’t dry properly or take hours. Again, be good to hear your experience.
my washer is an Lg and yes would agree with the service they took my last one away to repair 6 weeks on said they couldnt get the parts so had to replace reason I have another Lg that and the steam function maybe change brands next washer thanks for your reply :)
Most reliable brand is Miele for washers but at a price. Next would be Bosch or Siemens closely followed by LG then Samsung. Main issue with the latter 2 is lack of service team. Miele, Bosch and Siemens have their own extensive engineer and spares networks so if you do get an issue you’re more likely to get a favourable outcome. No use having a Samsung with 5 year warranty when it’s 2 weeks for a call out and lots of parts no longer available so you end up buying a new machine. If you have the budget I’d buy a Miele. I’m still on my first machine which is as new and 9 years old.
What would you consider to be the better brand not questioning you, genuinely would like to know go through washers like I dont know my new one has just cost me neary a grand would like it to last :)
Your experience is 2 machines. Not really a solid basis for making market wide reliability predictions. To give a comparison the company I work for sell a little over 4 million products a year in the uk alone which gives me a good view of reliability. 3 things to consider when purchasing, life expectancy, reliability and ability to repair.
I have this same dryer as posted here, purchased 4 years ago for £249 On average 3 loads per week easy, which gives me now 625 trouble free cycles Cost of machine at the moment is £0.40 per cycle and droping each time we use it + obviously electricity Do you recon that is a decent run? Not to mention a bosch washing machine purchased about the same time has a wonky door contact almost since it was new and does not always start, need the door pushing in etc...
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Cracking price for a 130 litre fridge. 1 in Manchester & 2 in Newport
Pretty sure I have the same in my rental
shame white only
Is 700w enough?
Not accepting the code :/
This or the aldi microwave offer
Technically, a whisk, with a heater, is exactly what these are, wire loops moving quickly in liquid = whisking. We have a frother and a bean to cup with wand and the results you get from the frother for no effort are surprisingly good however, I personally prefer the event of doing manually it with the wand.
Thats a nice machine I imagine the steam wand directs more more steam through than other ones I have used. My point is just because it has a steam wand don't expect it to get great results and certainly wouldnt put me off a machine. I would be more interested in bean and water capacity personally.
You still need to clean the wand. I have a bosch beans to cup so pretty good and can be angled the milk frother still produces better milk. And its not a whisk a whisk is completely different. But yes its a extra item.
I’ve got a sage barista with built in steam wand and it’s decent. Way better than a milk ‘frother’, and far more versatile where it can be angled. Agree that some built in wands are poor however. Had a DeLonghi before and the wand just pointed straight down and just swung out/in from the machine and was pretty useless.
Well, that is a whisk! The other issue with these is cleaning. With a steam wand you have the option to just heat the milk directly in the cup, so reducing mess. A built in steam wand also means one less item to have out on the counter top or need to find a space for.
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