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  • Bush WMNSN612W

    Energy Class A++, Capacity 6 kg, Front Loading, Width 60 cm, White
    £119.99 (+ £6.95 P&P)
  • Indesit BWSD71252

    Energy Class A++, Capacity 7 kg, Freestanding, Front Loading, Width 60 cm, White, Quick Wa... more
    £199.99 (+ £6.95 P&P)
  • Bosch WAN28201GB

    Energy Class A+++, Capacity 8 kg, Freestanding, Front Loading, Width 59.8 cm, White, Child... more
    £379.99 (+ £6.95 P&P)
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  • 4 star rating

    Bosch WVG30461GB

    4 star rating
    Energy Class A, Capacity 8 kg, Front Loading, Width 60 cm, White, Combined Washing and Dry... more
    £578.99 (+ £6.95 P&P)
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    Bosch WAN24100GB

    4.5 star rating
    Energy Class A+++, Capacity 7 kg, Front Loading, Width 59.8 cm, White
    £329 Free Delivery
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  • Hotpoint WMXTF742P 7KG 1400 Washing Machine - Ins/Del/Rec

    This 7kg machine has a selection of fast cycles to refresh an outfit in 9 minutes or do a ... more
    £294.99 (+ £1.00 P&P)
  • Zanussi ZWF91283W

    Energy Class A+++, Capacity 9 kg, Front Loading, Width 60 cm, White
    £299.99 Free Delivery
  • Hotpoint WMXTF842G 8KG 1200 Spin Washing Machine - Exp Del

    This item includes our Express Delivery service. Usually delivered within 2 working days. ... more
    £289.99 (+ £1.00 P&P)
  • Bush WMNSX814W

    Energy Class A+++, Capacity 8 kg, Front Loading, Width 59.5 cm, White
    £149.99 Free Delivery
  • 4 star rating

    Bosch WAT28660GB

    4 star rating
    Energy Class A+++, Capacity 8 kg, Front Loading, Width 59.8 cm, White
    £599.99 (+ £6.95 P&P)
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    Bosch WIW28300GB

    5 star rating
    Energy Class A+++, Capacity 8 kg, Integrated, Front Loading, Width 59.6 cm, White, Child S... more
    £673.91 Free Delivery
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    Samsung WW80J6410CW/EU

    4.5 star rating
    Energy Class A+++, Capacity 8 kg, Front Loading, Width 60 cm, White
    £499 Free Delivery
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    Hotpoint BHWM1292

    4.5 star rating
    Energy Class A++, Capacity 7 kg, Integrated, Front Loading, Width 59.5 cm, White
    £298 Free Delivery
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  • ZWF91483WH

    With the capabilities of handling impressive amounts of laundry, the 9kg limit will allow ... more
    £399 Free Delivery
  • Bosch WAW28750GB 9KG 1400 Spin Washing Machine -Del/Ins/Rec

    ActiveOxygen: Hygienically clean results for sensitive clothes at low washing temperatures... more
    £698.99 (+ £1.00 P&P)
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    Zanussi ZWF71463W

    5 star rating
    Energy Class A+++, Capacity 7 kg, Front Loading, Width 60 cm, White
    £335 Free Delivery
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    Bosch WAB24161GB

    5 star rating
    Energy Class A+++, Capacity 6 kg, Freestanding, Front Loading, Width 60 cm, White, Quick W... more
    £289.99 Free Delivery
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    Bosch WIW28500GB

    4.5 star rating
    Energy Class A+++, Capacity 8 kg, Integrated, Front Loading, Width 57.4 cm, White, Aquasto... more
    £707.99 Free Delivery
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  • Hotpoint WMJLD943P Freestanding Washing Machine, 9kg Load, A++ Energy Rating, 1400rpm Spin, White

    Take your washing to the next level with the Hotpoint WMJLF842P Freestanding Washing Machi... more
    £379 Free Delivery
  • Candy GVS149DC3 9KG 1400 Spin Washing Machine - Black

    Download new cycles from the smart touch app. Real time - delay set the time to finish thr... more
    £249.99 (+ £1.00 P&P)
  • Bosch WAN28280GB

    Energy Class A+++, Capacity 8 kg
    £549.99 Free Delivery
  • 4.5 star rating

    Samsung WW90J6410CX

    4.5 star rating
    Energy Class A+++, Capacity 9 kg, Front Loading, Width 60 cm, Grey
    £499 Free Delivery
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    Samsung WW90J6410CW

    4.5 star rating
    Energy Class A+++, Capacity 9 kg, Front Loading, Width 60 cm, White
    £449 Free Delivery
  • Siemens iQ700 WMH6Y790GB Freestanding Washing Machine with Home Connect, 9kg Load, A+++ Energy Rating, 1600rpm Spin, White

    Enjoy a new standard of laundry convenience with the Siemens iQ700 WMH6Y790GB Freestanding... more
    £1119 Free Delivery
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    Bosch WAN28100GB

    4 star rating
    Energy Class A+++, Capacity 7 kg, Front Loading, Width 59.8 cm, White
    £369.99 (+ £6.95 P&P)
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    Indesit BWD71453

    5 star rating
    Energy Class A+++, Capacity 7 kg, Freestanding, Front Loading, Width 59.5 cm, White, Child... more
    £215 Free Delivery
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  • AEG 8000 Series L8FEC866R Free Standing Washing Machine in White

    AEG 8000 Series L8FEC866R Free Standing Washing Machine in White
    £779 Free Delivery
  • Bosch WAN280080GB

    Energy Class A+++, Capacity 7 kg, Front Loading, Width 59.8 cm, White
    £479.99 Free Delivery
  • Samsung WW80K6610QW 8Kg 1600 Spin Washing Machine - White

    Add to the wash during the wash Open the innovative AddWash™ door to qui... more
    £680.99 (+ £1.00 P&P)
  • Daewoo DWDFV2421 Free Standing Washing Machine in White

    Daewoo DWDFV2421 Free Standing Washing Machine in White
    £219 Free Delivery
  • Russell Hobbs RH1250RTGSW 7KG 1200 Washing Machine - Grey

    This 7kg Washing Machine from Russell Hobbs with its modern graphite finish is both stylis... more
    £414.99 (+ £1.00 P&P)
  • Bosch WAT28660GB 8KG 1400 Spin Wachine Machine - White

    I-DOS: Fully automatic precision dosing of liquid detergents for perfect wash results with... more
    £599.99 (+ £1.00 P&P)
  • Bosch WAP28378GB

    Technology Experience the ActiveWater technology, saving on water and costs drastically th... more
    £399 Free Delivery
  • Siemens WM14W750GB iQ500 Freestanding Washing Machine, 9kg Load, A+++ Energy Rating, 1400rpm Spin, White

    Add versatility and consistency to your laundry with the Freestanding WM14W750GB washing m... more
    £849 Free Delivery
  • WDUD 9640G Washer Dryer - Graphite

    The Hotpoint Ultima WDUD9640G freestanding washer dryer is a perfect fit for the modern fa... more
    £459 Free Delivery
  • FH495BDN8

    1400rpm DD Washing Machine 12kg Load Class A+++ Black
    £898.99 Free Delivery
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  • WPRO ASG310 Universal Tumble Dryer Vent Tube - 3 m

    The 3 m WPRO ASG310 Universal Tumble Dryer Vent Tube has a universal connection so it's su... more
    £5.99 Free Delivery
  • Miele WDB020 Freestanding Eco Washing Machine, 7kg Load, A+++ Energy Rating, 1400rpm Spin, White

    Part of the W1 Classic range, the Miele WDB020 Freestanding Eco Washing Machine is economi... more
    £649 Free Delivery
  • Beko WTG620M1W 6KG 1200 Spin Washing Machine - White.

    This compact 6kg capacity, 41.5cm depth model would suit a small apartment dwelling. This ... more
    £244.99 (+ £1.00 P&P)
  • John Lewis JLWM1407 Freestanding Washing Machine, 7kg Load, 1400rpm Spin, A+++ Energy Rating, White

    Thoughtfully designed for you, the John Lewis JLWM1407 Freestanding Washing Machine boasts... more
    £379 Free Delivery

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A buyers' guide to washing machines

So you’re looking to invest in a brand new washing machine; you’ve begun to look online for your perfect make and model and narrow down your options. But with the huge variety available, all with fandangled features and special selling points, you’re feeling a little, well, lost.

If this sounds like you, fear not – if you don't know a Bosch from a Miele, or a Hotpoint from an Indesit, we’re here to guide you through the comparison process. 

Once you start getting a better idea of which factors will influence your choice – from style to programs to special features – you’ll be ready to compare our great deals.

Types of washing machine

Front loader/front-loading: Front loading washing machine styles will have a door on the front of the machine that opens outwards towards you. This is the most common style and is readily available online. If floor space is important to you, the front loading machine should be your go-to as you can stack a tumble dryer above to save space in your kitchen.

 

Top loader: Top loading models are far less common than they used to be, but can be great if you have back or knee problems as they don’t require you to stoop or kneel down to access the door. Top loaders are far less economical than front loaders as the drum has to be totally filled with water whereas a front loader only requires a third of the drum to be filled.

Integrated machine: Integrated models are fully covered by a door or covering which blends in with the rest of your appliances or kitchen units. When the door is close the machine will be completely hidden.

Semi-integrated machine: Semi-integrated machines are front loaders that blend in with the rest of your appliances or kitchen units with a door or cover covering the majority of the machine (controls are the only things still showing)

Washer dryer: This type of washing machine is ideal if you’re low on space and don’t have room for separate washer and dryer. They’re also ideal if you only do small washes and don’t want to invest in a full-size washing machine.

A washer dryer has all the functions of a washer but can take longer to dry clothes thanks to the restriction on load size and its smaller drum – you’ll often need to split a load in half to adequately dry it.

Washing machine features

Spin speed: Of course, the optimum spin speed is a high one; it’s more economical and will produce dryer clothes. This is an advantage particularly if you use a tumble dryer as the clothes will need less drying time after washing. The only downside to a high spin speed is that it’s often noisier and costs more, so consider your budget when you’re comparing spin speeds.

Most machines have a minimum of 2 spin speeds: 1000-1800 rpm (for cottons) or 400-800 rpm (for synthetics and delicates). A machine will usually select a spin speed based on the wash program you’ve selected but some will have a variable feature that you can select yourself.

Drum capacity: Drum capacity is an important feature to look out for, especially if you live in a busy household with lots of washing to do! Large drum sizes – up to 9kg – are brilliant for bulky items, such as curtains and towels, or family-sized loads.

Steam clean: A steam clean setting is perfect for those amongst us who hate picking up the iron after washing a load; this setting ensures fewer wrinkles or creases and a deeper clean for your clothes.

Size: It may sound obvious, but be sure to measure the space your new washing machine will need to fit into. You can find slim fit models for almost any space, so if you're designing a new kitchen space you may want to look at slim models first.

Washing machine temperature guide

30 degrees: Currently the recommended temperature for energy efficient washing, using your washing machine at 30 degrees rather than 40 will save you money and help lower emissions from power stations. For optimum results use detergents that are designed to be used on lower temperature settings.

40 degrees: The most common wash temperature, this is suitable for most everyday items: cotton, linen, viscose, acrylics, acetate and wool blends.

50 degrees: The next setting up, this is suitable for polyester/cotton mixes, nylon, cotton and viscose. Most find a 40 degree wash adequate but if you have any clothes that are particularly stained or dirty, you may want to set your washing machine to 50.

60 degrees: A 60 degree wash is suited to heavier items such as towels and bed linen, or heavily soiled items such as baby clothes.

90 degrees: This is the hottest setting on conventional washing machines and is suitable for white cottons and linens.

Washing machine programmes

With such a huge selection of programs and features on modern day washing machines it’s easy to get confused about what they all do and just stick to one. However, this may mean that you’re not getting the optimum results from your washing machine. Here’s our lowdown on the most common settings you’ll find on both high-end and cheap washing machines:

In general terms, a wash can be split into four broad categories:

  • Cottons, which need a vigorous cycle
  • Synthetics, which should be washed on a gentler setting
  • Delicates, which are similar to synthetics but need a gentler wash
  • Woollens, which need lots of water and little friction

Quick wash: This handy setting is perfect if you’re in a rush. The wash usually lasts from 50-70 minutes and is best for clothes that aren’t too dirty. Some quick washes can take only 30 minutes but in this case you’d have to reduce your load size to around 1kg-3kg

Delicates/woollens: This is the setting best suited to silk or wool-blend clothing which often bobble on a normal setting. Wash any items labelled ‘pure new wool’, ‘washable’, ‘pre-shrunk’ or ‘non-matting’ on the woollen cycle. All other wool items should be cleaned on the handwash setting.

Handwash program: Use the handwash program for delicates such as angora, silk and cashmere to prevent damage or shrinkage.

Economy wash: An economy wash is brilliant if you only want to wash a few items and don’t want to put on a full load. It also saves money by using less water and electricity.

Quiet mode/silent: Looking for a silent wash to chug away while you sleep? There are some amazingly good quiet modes out there on the latest machines.

Energy efficiency

Washing machines have an EU-rated energy efficiency rating from A-G, A being the most economical and G being the least. 

Some retailers also have top of the range washing machines: A+, A++ and A+++, that are even more efficient than A-rated models.

  • A+ models achieve up to 10% reduction in energy consumption compared with A models.
  • A++ models can reduce this by up to 20%.
  • A+++ models can save you up to 30% compared with A models. 

Manufacturers grade their own products and Trading Standards monitor standardized tests across the industry. Sometimes the more expensive the model, the higher graded it will be in terms of energy efficiency and the more energy-saving features there’ll be, such as timed delays and temperature settings or technology to adjust settings during the spin cycle. 

This isn’t to say that a cheap washing machine won’t be energy efficient; many cheaper machines will feature a pressure switch to gauge the size of the load and vary the amount of water needed, or they’ll have a half load setting for smaller and shorter loads.

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