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Sorry for the long post but I hope someone can help/advise!

We need a slim depth washer dryer for our new place, needs to be slimmer than 57cm and actually be able to dry as we will be unable dry stuff outside etc. We don't have enough space for a separate tumble dryer so his is our only option really! Also don't want to spend a lot, probably £600 is our limit and even that's steep for us!

We've been looking at Beko however should we stay away due to their rep? The model I'm looking at (WDR85P14N1W) is rated pretty highly by both Which and reviewers alike however I'm concerned about reliability???

Also looking at Zanussi and John Lewis 1614, Belling and maybe even LG?

Hope someone can shed some light as I really don't want to pick a terrible one and regret it later!

Thanks in advance!

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Hello. Are all the models you mention the right size? Washer dryers are usually really cramped for space inside so unlikely to be less than normal 60 cm depth. I personally don't think there's as much a difference in build quality between most washing machines these days. The John Lewis one may have a 3 year guarantee if they still give extended guarantees on their own brand.


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I'm not sure about the Beko as some state it's 54cm deep but others says 59cm. I was more wondering about the general reliability regarding Beko.

 

The John Lewis, Zanussi and Belling definitely fit though and the JL does give a 3 year guarantee as well.

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Beko are one of the cheapest washing machines so they aren't likely to be excellent although I'm not aware of any particularly bad reputation regarding washing machine reliability. The best place to check for current thinking is Which? I have just updated my article on the subject which might be of interest - Which is the best washing machine?


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