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Bosch Or Samsung Vrt Plus For Wooden Floor

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Hello, there.

The kitchen in the house we have moved into has a wood laminate floor, unfixed, on top of floorboards. I therefore need a washing machine that is low on vibration. Does anyone know whether the Bosch machines (I'm thinking of no more than 1200 spin) with anti-vibration and noise-reducing features would be a good choice, or a Samsung VRT Plus model?

Many Thanks.

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I would always favour Bosch over Samsung for various reasons. The lowest vibration is likely to come with Miele but at a lot more cost. However Miele will be very heavy too because it's solid.


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Hi, there. Thank you very much for the advice, that's really helpful. I expect there may still be some vibration with the Bosch as with most machines because of the flooring we have but I think I would be more comfortable with a Bosch if I can't stretch to a Miele. I've been reading up on anti-vibration pads as well just in case.

Many thanks again.

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