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Trade in deal - £100 off Siemens iQ500 Washing Machine 8kg, 1400rpm £459 at John Lewis & Partners
Found 22nd AugFound 22nd Aug
Trade in deal at John Lewis. £100 off once you trade in your old washing machine. Bear in mind that the code does not work on the checkout, I have contacted customer services and … Read more

Siemens like most brands arent the same as they used to be, plastic drums are common, and cheaper components. The bearings went on my sisters after 4 years of light use. luckily it was covered under the guarantee.


Nope. I have done it myself. I think installation is payable service you can choose at the checkout.


Hi, did JL disconnect the old machine and connect the new one for you?


I’ve had my Siemens for 4 years. Had a problem with drum but quickly replaced under warranty. Very good machine. My one has a light inside to find those stray socks easier (lol)


Just got mine delivered. Because the code was not working at the time I was ordering I was refunded £100 and extra £19.95 for next day delivery. Great customer service from John Lewis.

Siemens WM14N200GB Washing Machine 8kg Load 1400rpm Spin A+++ £399 Delivered with code @ Hughes
Found 17th AugFound 17th Aug
Thought this was a decent price for this 8KG load Siemens washing machine. 16 different cycles to choose from, with a max 1400rpm spin. You'll need to use the code ' Save30 ' at … Read more

Just as well get the cheaper Bosch version WAN28201GB.


This has a splittable tub, which means you can replace the bearings if they wear out. A lot of the newer Bosch/Siemens machines, even many of the expensive ones, do not. I was looking to buy a new machine to replace our now nearly dead 11 year old Bosch, and was shocked how many of the higher end ones have sealed tubs. If the bearings go you have to buy a whole tub/drum assembly at high cost. Of course if the bearings last 10 years+ then it probably doesn't matter, but, alas, I expect a lot will not.


Good, not great, machines. I'd say the same about this deal.


Not usually, just sometimes they do when there is a promotion, and this isn't one of those times! There is a 10 year warranty on the motor though, but that just means you are tied to using the company for repairs at high cost if it goes wrong. My last Siemens machine lasted 12 years though, they are as good as you get, but like most things now, not a good as they used to be.


Siemens normally give you 5 year warranty, Heat from me good quality machines

Neff/Bosch/Siemens genuine oven shelf 3 for the price of 2
Found 12th AugFound 12th Aug
Genuine Neff/Bosch/Siemens oven shelves on a 3 for 2 offer. Ideal if you've recently bought their ovens to find you only get one shelf with the oven.
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£44.64 for 3, free P&P Sorted for you Andrew.


Maybe the op is concerned including the price will take all the heat out of this deal (ninja)


Andrew, you need the price.

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Siemens WM14Q478GB Freestanding Washing Machine, 8kg Load, A+++ Energy Rating, 1400rpm Spin, White £429 @ JohnLewis + 2 years Guarantee included + 3 years Extra Guarantee via redemption
Refreshed 29th AprRefreshed 29th Apr
Siemens WM14Q478GB Freestanding Washing Machine, 8kg Load, A+++ Energy Rating, 1400rpm Spin, White @JohnLewis + 2 years Guarantee included + 3 years Extra Guarantee via redemption … Read more
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Yes direct drive is a good thing indead. Less parts means less faults. Belts are the first to go as well. I wonder if my hotpoint is DD quietist one ive ever heard. First i used. Thought it was faulty. Brushless motors are far better than brushed. They consume less electricity and last 10 times long or so as they use magnetic instead of brushes to energise the motor. They are far quieter as well. Will have to look out for DD from now on. I wish they gave this info on the shops website. Id pick LG or Samsung over Siemens usually but Hotpoint make good washing machines usually as well as they have experience in them. I wouldnt buy hotpoints fridges though. Last one my parents bought, fridge dept wasnt that cool 10c i think it was. Yet the freezer bit was well below whats needed.


The chief disadvantage of direct drive is that there is a very heavy motor on the back of the drum, putting much more strain on the drum bearings. Does the motor warranty include the bearings? If you exclude those, there's very little that can go wrong with it - it's simply a set of electromagnets. Yes, LG machines might be well-balanced, but that doesn't exclude other machines being well-balanced too. Putting the motor on the back rather than underneath would make no difference to that. Similarly, a common misconception is that on conventional machines the belt is noisy. It's the brushed motor on cheap conventional machines which is noisy. We've already discussed brushed motors.


Direct Drive is where the motor is placed immediately behind the drum and is connected straight to the drum without any additional belts etc. Most washing machine motors are placed in the bottom corner of the machine and have a pulley and belt system to drive the drum. This can add weight / potential points of failure and added risks etc. It's not a bad system, there must be millions of washers like this, I personally reckon DD is better. My LG has a DD motor and I have to say it is very good. It is also quiet and very stable when spinning. I think the advert on TV used to balance a 50p piece on its edge as a test. Trust me that won't work on mine, but it's still very good after 7 years. In all fairness the above washer looks to be pretty good (It has a brushless motor which is quite good, but not as good as DD in my opinion) and I would seriously consider the above Siemens, especially with the included warranty. However, having had an LG for a good while now I'm very impressed by them also. Plus LG have consistently given 5 year parts and labour and a 10 year motor warranty (which might be expensive being DD and quite special so not very generic) so this ticks my box every time.


These Siemens washing machines are typically near identical to the bosch units but with a shiny knob and different cycle options. So should be very reliable.


Silicone and a good design. Slotting together etc. There is always a way. If they the manufacturers have to fix any within a year it would probably be swapped out. Transportation costs etc Less spares being sold = less pofit as well. There would be costs if they had a faulty part that affected a whole model range. Short sighted strategy rarely saves money and it will damage their brand in time. Wouldnt take much to explain about the drum. Servicable versus unservicable. Hopefully sealed drums will be banned by governments. Or public will cotton on with the help of the usual groups which advise them.

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​Siemens IQ500 WD14H420GB 7kg/4kg Washer/Dryer £409 (Code: PCK40) at co-op electrical
Found 25th Dec 2017Found 25th Dec 2017
Price was 699 now 449 add pck40 code ->409 add cashback 2%->401 and 5% coop membership cashback ->381 Total wit all discounts £381 for washer dryer made… Read more
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Bought too ..Works fine already for 2 weeks,just lightly water consumption looks big..75 liters per run


Thanks, got this deal when our Indesit packed in over Xmas - good quiet machine so far. Has presumably been updated to the newer WD14H421GB which is 699 in John Lewis but looks identical.


Code “PCK40” still works


Unfortunately vcp30 ‘Voucher doesn’t exist’’


Looks like code expired now..another code is 30 off..vcp30

Siemens IQ500 WD14H420GB 7kg/4kg Washer/Dryer £469 (Code BF30) at co-op electrical
Found 23rd Nov 2017Found 23rd Nov 2017
Just bought this after trying to get myself a "Black Friday Deal" It only looks like it is stocked at Co-op Electrical so i'm hoping it's the best price. Siemens have a really goo… Read more
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Looked like a great deal. Currently expired.


Great find, exactly what I've been looking for. Just purchased and being delivered Saturday £469 with VCode and 2% cash back, absolute bargain

Siemens WM14Q478GB Freestanding Washing Machine, 8kg Load, A+++ Energy Rating £449 w/code + 3 years guarantee @ John Lewis
Found 21st May 2017Found 21st May 2017
Use code SIEMENSTRADE50 at the end of checkout (payment page) trade in your old machine and get it taken away & £50 off :) Plus 3 years guarantee and very good reviews Wi… Read more
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Yes, but it's not often Bosch products come with as much warranty as this, unless you pay extra for it.


Siemens is the same stuff as bosch in case people get wet pants from this.


Price is showing as £579 so £529 with the code. Am I missing something or have they put it up?


My quandary too. Just remember that JL, as good as they can be sell own brand white goods which are AEG manufactured, and NOT reliable - and you will be stuck with the hopeless "Serviceforce" repair "network" so don't be tempted by them if you expect reliability. I got significantly compensated from JL, but it was still a genuine nightmare with one of their own brand Heat pump tumble dryers! Needless to say the washing machine won't be one of theirs, but I am under no illusion that Siemens are anything like as good now.


I would suggest that few white goods items are worth repairing out of warranty at all! With call out fees and parts they soon become uneconomical, spend say £100 on a repair to find something else pops in 2 or 3 months time and spending more money just makes no sense when a cheap machine is going to be a better buy. Whilst I don't do it, it even makes buying an ultra-cheap machine and treating it as throw-away seem a more sensible option

Siemens WD14H421GB Washer Dryer £654 - John lewis
Found 8th May 2017Found 8th May 2017
this seems a good price deal??

I actually ordered a slightly more expensive model yesterday that has 1kg more on the wash and dry load. Turns out, that one is a slightly older model and this one is newer. Saved about £100 all together by cancelling that one and getting this.


Seems very good for a washer drier and it's worth pointing out that you get £100 off if you recycle your old machine. Saves you £120 because they normally charge you £20 to take the old one away. Heat added but I've been looking at at Meile to replace our old one. I'm very tempted by this one from Marks Electrical for £699 with unusually, a 7 year warranty from Meile.


The Siemens stain removal program available on this washer is very effective.

Siemens WT46W381GB WT46W381GB Heat Pump Tumble Dryer with A++ Energy Rating & 7kg Capacity in White £399 @ Hughes
Found 21st Jan 2017Found 21st Jan 2017
Cheapest I could find this energy efficient heat pump tumble dryer from Siemens With an incredible A++ Energy Efficiency, the Siemens iQ300 Heatpump Dryer is incredible efficient,… Read more
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The payback maths only work if you do the standard number of cycles used to determine the annual consumption , 160 mixed full and partial loads. you also have to compare similar load machines comparing a 7kg with a 8kg does not give sensible results. bigger loads use more energy. Heap pump do not take twice the time, but how long it takes is not that important if you are organized. the 2 machines in above post the standard cycle comparison is 7kg/1.65kwh/178m 8kg/4.49kwh/129m Most heat pump machines are often far more efficient at condensing so put less less moisture into the room.this Siemens one is 86%, good heat pump machines are over 90%.


more maths ... if you add the Siemens price of ,£399 and add the running costs over five years (£33.92 x 5) the total is 568.60. looking at the Beko condenser DCU8230W it has a 561kWh B rating £229 from John Lewis with 2 yr warranty. run cost 561x0.16=89.76 per year, times 5 = 448.8. 229+448.4 = 677.80 total cost, less the Siemens total gives a difference of £109.20 over five years or, 21.84 per annum saving. I went for the Beko as 20 quid a year is worth the Lower investment cost and having something dry twice as quick.


Thank you so much!


This comes with a 5 year warranty included, as received by written confirmation today.Apply via Siemens website. So therefore over the 5 years of free warranty you will save £320 from the last post's calculations over a B rated condenser dryer. "It's not the machine to buy if you need fast dry times, it's more for gentle, energy-efficient drying." Very true.


212kwh x 16p = £33.92 612kwh x 16p per kWh = £97.92 (if spotted some round the 500kwh Mark so more of a saving) difference of £64 per annum. £200 price difference to B rated condenser (thy will be twice as fast, more inefficient though) £200/£64 = 3.1 years (or longer if you get a more efficient condenser) before you start benefiting from the payback. these don't stack up at this price point unless my maths is incorrect

Siemens WT46W381GB Heat Pump Tumble Dryer with A++ Energy Rating & 7kg Capacity in White £449 instore @ Hughes
Found 13th Jan 2017Found 13th Jan 2017
This model also known as IQ300 has a saving of £330 of the retail price. Free delivery, HUGHES3 3% discount code and 2.75 Quidco also. Very energy efficient and a modern design. Al… Read more
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HUGHES3 doesn't work, however £449 on eBay delivered.


We're like you, both out of the house and 3 children. A dryer is essential for us, and on maybe 3-4 times a day during the weekend therefore needs to be economical and come with warranty. I like the Siemens self- cleaning thing, should mean there is no need to remove anything but the water tray.


Geodogger - have sent siemens custoner services an email this morning. I've had a Beko heat pump which has packed in after 4 years, which is not too bad. But really want something with a 5 year warranty, so it's another Beko from Co-op which can be had with Co-op purchased warranty for £405 - not too bad considering how much washing we do if I get 5 years out of it. There also Grundigs available from currys with 5 year warranty coming in at £469 - but usually can find a voucher for currys to bring it down a bit. BTW Beko owns Grundig, so I'm not sure if there's any real difference in the tech under the hood. I will let you know if I get an answer from Siemens. Using a clothes horse at the moment - for a family where both adults work full time air drying is not where its at!


Did you get a response on the warranty query? You could contact the number below. I have a Candy Condensor Dryer which is causing condensation within the house. Were looking for another dryer and this is an ideal upgrade with the A++ rating & 5 year warranty.


Puppydog that would be great if you could - my dryer has packed in and I want to pull the trigger. Cheers

Siemens Dishwasher with 5y warranty £479 @ John Lewis
Found 9th Jan 2017Found 9th Jan 2017
Looks like a quality dishwasher - German-made (I've checked), has a lot of useful features like half-load and quick wash. A lot more than many people want to pay but the 5-year war… Read more

Been this price for weeks


Do you walk to everywhere instead of getting bus or train or drive? When you could easily afford a dish washer and afford running it and when you have an actual life and family, you would want to buy a dish washer too.

Siemens - Wireless Doorbells £8.28 delivered @ Amazon marketplace - In-Excessdirect
Found 23rd Oct 2016Found 23rd Oct 2016
£5.00 + £3.28 UK delivery This is a branded doorbells from Siemens, a well known electrical appliances and equipment manufacturers. RRP: £19.98 It seems Siemens is doing a clear… Read more
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Home Bargains have similar (different brand) instore, and I think they might be slightly cheaper. I bought a couple last year and am happy enough with them.


Been needing one of these for a while but decided to go for this one instead at £8.49 for the white version:- Waterproof, option of drilling or sticking it to the door frame and the big bonus of the receiver feeding off the mains rather than batteries - lots of options for tunes too :)


I bought this for an elderly neighbour, I can thoroughly recommend it, also available with only one receiver for £8.99


checkout Friedland Libra the best. also has the option to add a pir sensor.


There are still reasonable amount (10+) available in their eBay Shop

Siemens WM12Q391GB Freestanding Washing Machine, 8kg Load, A+++ Energy Rating, 1200rpm Spin, White £349 @ John Lewis
Found 23rd Jul 2016Found 23rd Jul 2016
Siemens WM12Q391GB Freestanding Washing Machine Reduced to clear - FREE 5 Year guarantee included - 8KG Load - 1200 Spin - A+++ Energy Rating
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Brilliant brand second to Miele.


If not for you they would of had another sale thank you for posting this.


I use the speed perfect most of the time. Cuts a 2 hour cotton wash down to 1 hour 3 mins. It also has a mixed load which only takes 45 mins. I have a similar machine to this and VERY pleased with it.


Ordered. Thanks op


Ordered I was considering the Samsung, but after checking out the build quality of these machines it far surpasses the Samsungs! Also has less to go wrong considering the amount of bells and whistles samsung models have!

SIEMENS iQ500 SN66P050GB Full-size Integrated Dishwasher
Found 22nd Nov 2015Found 22nd Nov 2015
Was looking for A+++ Integrated Dishwasher and came across this with Currys. John Lewis price is £729.00 and with Currys after £30 discount is 589.00 *Save £30 off marked price - e… Read more

Siemens Gigaset A420a Trio Dect Phones £36 @ Sainsburys Instore
Found 7th Nov 2015Found 7th Nov 2015
Good price phone set with great reviews on Sainsburys and Amazon. These are £50 on Amazon. The double set can be had for £25 to from this link:… Read more

None in Hemel stores


Said it was available online so added it to basket but at final confirmation it got removed from basket as not available, same thing for click and collect. what's wrong with these ***** stores ?


Great phone. You can even set up a contacts list on the main handset and copy it to the others.

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