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Difference between two Samsung washing machine models?

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Hi all,

Looking to pick the brains of some experts here.

I'm looking at two models of Samsung washing machines:

https://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/household-appliances/laundry/washing-machines/samsung-quickdrive-addwash-ww10m86dqoo-smart-10-kg-1600-spin-washing-machine-graphite-10171026-pdt.html

https://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/household-appliances/laundry/washing-machines/samsung-quickdrive-addwash-ww90m645opx-smart-9-kg-1400-spin-washing-machine-graphite-10171028-pdt.html

Now I'm surprised at the huge difference in price between them - is there something I'm missing?

It appears the higher model has 1kg extra space and 200 rpms faster spin, but can't really see how this equates to £520 difference in price??

I assume I'm missing some feature or capability, so would welcome thoughts!

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Hello. It's unlikely that there is any substantial difference in quality between these two washing machines. It's quite possible that they have exactly the same parts other than a larger drum, and a faster spin speed, subtle differences in looks and other "extra features". It's all explained nicely in my article here Is a more expensive washing machine a better one?


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