Needed a new dishwasher as our 2.5 year old HotPoint has died, again, for the fourth time....... So, not Hotpoint then, but who? Figured I'd give Miele a try, my sisters one is 13 years old …
I too would like to see where there are supposedly better deals than this one. I have searched and could not find a better price
Cheaper than the outlet ones! People just don't seem to get the cost of ownership over the lifetime is low as they simply don't go wrong.
Similar with Bosch washing machine and tumble tumble. Seems just as well to buy the least expensive item at John Lewis (minimum 2 year warranty) and see if it lasts just as long if not longer the luck of the draw. And/Or buy the £100 5 year extra warranty on top - probably still cheaper and longer warranty than Bosch. My Bosch dishwasher broke down after 4 years but managed to pick an exact same model replacement second hand on eBay for £25! Will do till the next kitchen remodel
I have Bosch dishwasher broken just into year 2, then a repair in year 3 both times I managed only pay for part. But due to Covid there was only a very small handful of dishwasher on sale when it breaks again I will not be getting a Bosch dishwasher very poor quality for price paid so far.
reputation for built to last, more attention put in during design, manufacture and assembly backed up with a decent guarantee. my parents bought a Miele washing machine and dryer in the late 90s I cant remember the exact year. the washing machine lasted at least 20 years in a very hard water area and only had one fault which was the small rubber hose that connects the soap tray to the drum leaked after around 17/18 years. when it did eventually fail we think it was the circuit board and we could have got it fixed, but decided not to because the max capacity was only 5kg which was typical for back then and also the quick wash took about 40-45 minutes, so we got a modern machine that had a 9kg load capacity and a 15min quick wash. the Miele dryer machine is still working perfectly and has never had a fault ever and even though it is so old it is fully automatic sensor operated just tell it what fabric it is drying and it gets on with it.
77" 4K OLED Screen a9 Gen4 AI Processor 4K Dolby Vision IQ & Dolby Atmos® Freeview Play, Digital & Analogue Broadcasting Works with Google Assistant & Amazon Alexa
Should have gone for the 83" (cheeky)
Last laugh will be on her when she takes half of your new TV! (lol)
4k60hz is already a thing :)
They have put the price up and it's £2429 now.
Yep. I'm still running on my 2008 Yaris I brought in 2011 for £5k. I barely spend anything on cars, but have friend who throw 6k a year at them in car finance interest alone. A TV is certainly a luxury.
Submitted the price match online yesterday and got email confirmation this morning that RS will honour it (y)
Out of stock and shows as discontinued now.
It was Price BEAT by RS, and the guarantee is longer, thus making it a better deal, facilitated by this one. As far as I can see Marks Electrical is reviewed well, but the company they use to provide extended warranty is not, but then you're using Very as a benchmark as if they provide stellar service, and I can tell you from experience they don't. Not to mention you need to be accepted for a credit account to even have a chance at the deal you're banging on about. Even with a questionable company handling warranty, it's a smaller price to pay than a Very alternative.
I said the deal was hot if it was price matched by a reputable company. This is exactly what you have done. Well done. The very deal isn't for new customers only. You got that wrong. I'm afraid I can't endorse a deal when the people who are banging on about it aren't touching it with a barge pole. It's not fair on others. So to be clear you think this is a great deal but price matched at richer sounds which is what I recommended.
I think mark cares it gets there safely never had a problem with them ... maybe currys shud be more careful with delivery :/
Had this delivered three times last year by Currys. Each time it came, it was slightly damaged on the front panels. In the end, I got a refund and got a HiSense one. Had no issues with it and the build quality seems better than this Haier one.
Link to claim £250 cashback below... https://rewardsfromhaier.com/cashback2022/coming-soon