All Washer Dryer Discounts, Offers and Sale - April 2018
I am really skeptical with combo dryers. They use water to dry the clothes (I know sounds crazy but they take water and boil it to heat up the clothes) and cost a lot to run in the long run.
Samsung or this then? As its John Lewis its reliable in terms of any issues they would sort them without a problem.... all help appreciated. No space for seperate dryer. Need something reliable
Which is just a brand of Electrolux! :)
JL are own label AEG machines
Spent 5 minutes trying to determine the make of this machine, sorry OP for doubting the accuracy of your post.
No longer available for sale.
Good Luck - Pray it doesnt breakdown in a short time - like majority of reviews suggest
AO price matched as after adding to basket wasn’t available in my area. They then said there was another £50.00 off so got one for £239.00 with n3xt day delivery. Only one year guarantee though....
These are terrible. Worst machine we have ever had. Luckily we took out extra cover!
I would consider buying a separate Washer and a tumble dryer, washer dryer is less reliable regardless of Make and model, I have repaired soo many Washer Dryer since I started my Whitegoods career. Hope this helps (:I
davening Yup I've got bog standard Bosch Washing not a washer dryer got the room now used to have washer dryers back in the day. From what I know of Samsung machines is the after-sales lets it down as they use third party company's and engineers and don't have their own service network ( same as LG their rivals ) so for that reason I wouldn't use them. As for kitchen goods cover you have to weigh up how old the machine is and how often you use it you may be better putting aside money for repairs as and when you need them, some machines may last far longer and not have any issues other HotUKer's can probably verify?. These maybe useful for info; https://www.whitegoodshelp.co.uk/is-a-more-expensive-washing-machine-a-better-one/ https://www.whitegoodshelp.co.uk/washer-dryer-or-separate-washing-machine-and-dryer-which-is-the-best/
I imply from context, you have a 8+ year old Bosch and the discussion was on LG and a 'how about a Bosch?'. Are you both talking about washer dryers because at £300, I dont see them at this price point? To stir the pot, any thoughts on Samsung and their offer of 3 year warranty extra making it possibly 4 or 5 years for around 550 quid? Or, alternatively, get a British Gas kitchen appliance and plumbing cover or sone equivalent, any thoughts barking up that tree?
Owned an Indesit washer/dryer since 1998 and still going strong. Only problem was in 2010 when brushes had to be replaced. If on a budget l would defo go for another.
Mines going strong and its over 8 years old I'm sure if we put the message out other HotUKers can share their experiences good or bad....?
Will an entry level Bosch last far longer too? I say this because with LG an entry level £300 LG shares many of the internals of a £700 model, including the Direct Drive Inverter Motor with 10 Year Warranty, the 6 Motion Wash System, a near identical LED panel and control design, same sturdy door mechanism, same 74db spin noise, same weight in proportion to drum capacity, same A+++ energy rating, same NFC diagnosis and wash program functionality and a very similar range of wash programs. The key differentials on the higher priced models are cosmetic embellishments, larger drum capacities, Turbowash and Steam. A £300 LG will still last about 10 years on average. Will a £300 Bosch last this long?
What he said above +1
NeoTrix Just to advise the build quality on Indesit/Hotpoint is something that has to be considered and therefore you would have to factor in extended warranties. Having previously had Indesit there can be problems after the standard warranty has run out. A mid-range machine like an AEG may initially cost more but over the long term be more cost effective all things considered. Also you can get the above machine from John Lewis with longer guarantee; https://www.johnlewis.com/indesit-innex-xwde751480xw-freestanding-washer-dryer-7kg-wash-5kg-dry-load-a-energy-rating-1400rpm-spin-white/p2273279
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 :)
Anyone buy this who knows what the best setting is for a normal wash & dry?
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
I 100% agree! any large domestic appliance branded Kenwood is a Currys in house product and are low value so the quality is iffy.
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 assumed that and ordered one but then realised it was a 'Which Magazine' do not buy. Samsung WD12F9C9U4W Order cancelled and ordered an highly rated AEG
And with the extra JL accidental cover plan. It would be sort of a same coverage like samsung warranty I guess.
They are all the same at this point. All have 5 year on everything apart from the 10 on motor.
Depends on your budget
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
That's a relief I was about to cancel the hotpoint one I bought the other day from the offer on here. I was going to buy this as it seemed a bargain. Now I Know why. Shame.
Hotpoint clearance have WDF740P 7.0+5.0kg Aquarius Washer Dryer £244.99, £369.99 @ Argos
Factor in also it's from Currys so you'll definitely need the extra cover
Yup coming up @ £449.97, unless I'm missing something?
Price put back up / corrected
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
why do you need NFC on a washer, just more things to go wrong
I hate my hoover washer dryer. Had it just over a year and it has been nothing but problems
Are there any WiFi washer dryers available? Just curious to know Thanks
Sound exactly like my £700 samsung. 3 the same problems within 2 years and then samsung refused replacement.
Don't buy a hoover! I had thw old generation so i thought i will buy another, its gave me 3 problems in 2 years!
Deffo get an extended warranty if you buy this it's the machine I have and honestly I'd rather have my old machine and spin my washing 3 times had repairman out countless times computer unit went in it door catch has gone in it you name it it's gone :-/
Is there min spend on the voucher code, I can't seem to get it to work on a dishwasher I want...
Included is house insurance?
I had the same one it was great but died in under two years - thank God for Costco's no quibble returns
Make sure you take the extended warranty, or spend more and buy a decent brand as Hotpoint are utter rubbish now.
sadly expired - wish i could have bought this - now 379
Thanks we had a very similar machine 8 years and gave it to her dad ordered this one thanks for sharing
Sadly to few of those stories around, we had to give up on our machine as it would break every couple of months had the engineer on our Christmas card list. They killed a once great brand.
Had a hotpoint combo (wdl520) 6 years and its still goin strong with a family if 4. Only had to clear out condenser bottle evry 6 mnth to keep dryer running at max. Good wee machine.
Diveboy: Is your 'super' Samsung intergrated?? No, didn't think so. Looks like I touched a nerve for some weird reason. if you read you'll know I was replying to someone who said mine probably isn't a washer dryer which it is. All my comments were regarding why it was such a good deal if only a B rated machine which the op has answered well in my opinion no need to come in a thread 2 months later and start picking on people. (annoyed)
Give me Bosch over Samsung anyday - and with £50 cashback not a bad DEAL +ve for me
Is your 'super' Samsung intergrated?? No, didn't think so.
Also, amusing to think that my deal a week ago for identical product and price https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/bosch-serie-4-wkd28351gb-integrated-7kg-4kg-washer-dryer-50-cashback-possible-too-757-at-ao-2791043 Went to 203 degrees. I think rubberbullets should explain why it's a deal (not just about price) in the main description rather than just paste in a massive sales blurb from the manufacturer, that'd get a more fair vote.
I was in the market for an integrated washer dryer for a compact apartments built-in kitchenunits. Hence the previous deal i posted that's resurfaced here. Integrated white goods are always a compromise, costing more and potentially less reliable than free standing. There aren't many manufacturers that like to tackle this market. Samsung doesn't but thankfully Bosch does. Were this a free standing deal the entire worlds manufacturers would be competing and no surprise the price could be better. Trouble is, HUKD is price fixated before looking carefully into why and what for you are buying something.
£399 for a tumble dryer GET REAL ! Cold
You would be better off with £20 voucher they send to everyone for confirming your account with AO.
Still out of stock. I really wanted to buy this.
Gone back up to £686.99 But still put of stock.
I've had a Samsung washer dryer for 8 years now and never had a problem with it. Do a wash load near enough everyday. The drying time takes forever though.
The fact you've had 6 calls outs in under 5 years makes me believe that Samsung washer dryers are unreliable and to be avoided!
Had the older model and have I needed that 5 year warranty. Had about 6 call outs. Although the process is easy and Samsung CS is actually pretty good, it appears any washer dryer runs into heating element issues from what the engineers say. Always the same part too.
A different (smaller) Hoover model is reviewed by Which The top rated ones on which are all expensive ... think Miele, AEG, LG, Siemens, etc. Top be fair they haven't tested a larger capacity Hoover, only a 4.5kg drying capacity model which was middle of the pack. The truth about washer dryers is that that can all 'wash' lots with big capacities like 7kg, 8kg, 9kg etc for the 'wash load', but most only have a 'drying capacity' of 5kg or 6kg. Some even as low as 4kg. With our old hotpoint machine we would do a wash then have to take half out in order for it to actually dry stuff.... but with this is should be good to do a big wash and let it dry.
This is a very good price but the big question is, is this a Which best buy?!! We have a 10+ year old Hoover washer dryer that was a Which best buy. Don't think we paid more than this but it is only 6 + 4Kg and 1400 spin. The dryer packed up a couple of years back but we bought a dehumidifier which has been excellent and a lot cheaper to run and doesn't shrink clothes. Had one repair that cost about £50 around 5 years ago. It's done us well. This seems like a bargain Hot!!
Most washer dryers are rated as being able to dry 5kg or 6kg, the washer dryers that are rated at 7kg (or more) cost £550+ which is why this is a good deal I don't know who makes Hoover appliances, but the point is the price! its super cheap for 7kg drying capacity :)
Made by vestel....Another brand trashed...
Ive had zero issues with the machine and weve probably done around 5+ loads each week on it for quite a few months now. One thing to note (and something im happy i read the reviews for) is that the machine is a little bit larger then your average machine, the depth is the main concern for some. I was building a custom kitchen and made sure to add a few inches to the place where my washer was going and it sits almost flush with the counter, most installs i've seen of this in an existing space the washer will stick out an inch or two. I think you need to set it to dry manually after the wash ends as I dont see a wash and dry cycle unfortunately. £905 is a great price for it, I wouldnt hesitate at that price.
Thanks a lot for the reply. I'm really inclined to get the WD12J8400GW. Ita available for £905 now. Has the machine got any known problems I should be aware of? If you want to wash and dry a load of clothes at one go, can you set it all up and come back after a few hours to get the dry cloths? Or do you need to wait for washing to finish and then add drying settings, to dry the clothes? Thank you again
Not that I've noticed, and I don't think s...... though honestly I've never tried.
Does it have a 8kg wash and dry setting where you can wash and dry 8kg all in one go? Thanks
Price has now gone up