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Hi Andy, with our samsung washing machine In the marketing blurb it says that the Samsung ecobubble washing machine mixes water / air plus detergent to help lift stains and dissolve them (something like maybe that vanish oxyclean stuff I suppose does in that way) but i am a bit skeptical (as normal LOL) - I wonder if thats true about the air?, and without me taking apart the machine and looking at the ecobubble generator what do you reckon? I mean if you just had a bowl of water and just mixed the liquid detergent with your fingers, no air involved its going to all mix up regardless isnt it and bubble up ? even my washing machine does not represent this gr…
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How does the autodose feature work on the new Samsung ecobubble washing machines? ... I'm glad you asked! - I will try explaining it as best I can, I am not an expert in any way whatsoever , just a Samsung washing machine buyer. I will try to keep it non technical as well so maybe some terminology I may get wrong so please forgive me. So the machine we bought was the Samsung ecobubble series 5 front loading washing machine with Autodose and Wi-Fi connected feature in February 2022 from a well known UK electrical store. our model number is 90T534DAW . The 90 denotes that its 9Kg maximum load, T denotes it is a 2020 washing machine model. The '3' in the '534' d…
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Hi Andy (and also anyone on here who has samsung washing machine or owned one) I am looking at the SAMSUNG Series 5+ Auto Dose WW90T534DAW/S1 - I do like the idea of the auto dose and that it will measure out the doses according to how dirty the clothes are. But for many years I have always had Hotpoint washing machines and they have lasted me for years so dare I change, thats the thing! Any idea how effective auto dose washing machines perform, and what are their reliability like and how reliable on the whole are Samsung washing machines in general ? Also the machine is apparently 9Kg drum ... but my present Hotpoint 8kg looks like the drum is bigger in…
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a few years back in Currys I saw a beautiful (can I describe a washing machine as beautiful?) samsung Eco Bubble washing machine model number WW10H9600EW at a whopping €1,979.99 (a steal lol) here were the features among many: 10kg load, Colour Touch-screen tablet like control panel on the front fascia Built in Wi-Fi - told you when your washing had finished by texting your mobile and could start washing whilst out using mobile phone Auto dosing - just fill up the liquid detergent and fabric softener and it calculated how much to use on each was automatically Drum light 1600rpm, A+++ , 15min quick wash I mean this washing machine was the dogs ****** i…
My friend is buying a SAMSUNG J1253GW/XEU washing machine. Any comments Mr. Washerhelp? I am not keen and tried to persuade him to go the extra mile and get the Miele Premier 520. Again, typical early 20s person. "I'm not paying that for a washing machine!". However, he spent nearly the price of a Premier 520 on a Sony Play Station 3! .......... Priorities??? I said to him "here is a man sat in front of me wearing a £54 Quiksilver hooded top, £60 Oakley Jeans and owns a whole host of other quality clothes. So you buy quality clothes and wash them up in a tin can. Why not buy a BMW and run it on paraffin?" I await the day the Samsung machine requires a service call!
I recently wrote a Whitegoodshelp article asking - Are Samsung Ecobubble washing machines any good? The reviews from Which? were mixed. Samsung and other (essentially) brown goods manufacturers have so far chosen to compete with innovation and features, just like they do with phones and TVs, but is that the best way for white goods?