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INDESIT WASHER-DRYER 6 + 5 KG 1200 Spin B LED [Energy Class B]
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- BBA Rating
- 6kg Wash Load
- 5kg Dry Load
- 16 Wash Programmes
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|Item Dimensions||53.5 x 59.5 x 85 cm||10 x 10 x 10 cm||53.5 x 59.5 x 85 cm||59.5 x 53.4 x 85 cm||60.5 x 59.5 x 85 cm||59.5 x 54 x 85 cm|
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This Indesit Washer Dryer Comes in a Stylish Silver Finish Ideal for All Manner of Kitchens. Its Also Highly Practical, Featuring 6KG of Washing and 5kg of Drying Capacity, Ideal for a Standard Sized Family. A Unique Feature of This Machine is its 45 Minute Quick Wash and Dry Cycle Which will Wash and Dry a Small Load in 45 Minutes. 15 Other Programs Provide Washing Presets for Sports Clothing, Jeans and Wool. The Dryer Features Sensor Drying, Which Prevents Over Drying and Shrinking of your Clothing. Height: 850mm, Width: 595mm, Depth: 535mm.
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Needed the space so got this washer/dryer. Unfortunately I was very disappointed as it creases the clothes terribly.
I have not used all the wash settings but needed to first find out how it dried. The person who designed this dryer doesn't seem to understand how clothes dry well with minimal creasing.
On the dry cycle it spins the clothes fast so they are squashed flat against the drum, then they drop to the bottom and lie there for a few minutes, then a slower spin cycle and then repeats. As the clothes do not spend much time suspended in the air they come out very creased - anyone who knows the optimal process for minimal ironing, knows that you need moisture plus the clothing tumbled and suspended in the air as much as possible. I have tried the iron and hanger dry settings, which leave the clothing moist, steaming - but creased. Clothes shouldn't be that creased when moist, so its totally down to the process above.
The hanger dry setting leaves clothing mostly dry but still very creased - the worst possible scenario for someone who hates ironing. Extra fabric conditioner doesn't help at all.
On the plus side is does clean exceptionally well and it is very easy to use (the manual is only a few pages); it has a function for shoes/trainers and you can program it to delay start time so you can have your clothes ready when you get home from work. Unfortunately clothes are very creased so you have a load of ironing to look forward to also!
Bottom line is: if you don't mind ironing or have the time to do it, this is a good washing machine - if you hate ironing, don't buy it.
It has a dial you use to select a wash type. When you select a wash the dial does not rotate unlike my previous washing machine to give you an idea of how long there is left to go for your washing to finnish. You are only given 4 leds lights to show the different wash stage but have NO idea how far it is in any.
When drying you choose the dial to dry and a dial for the time. The minimum time is 40mins. This is to long if your clothes are not soaking wet. YOU HAVE NO IDEA HOW FAR IT IS THROUGH THE DRYING CYCLE as there is only 1 light that says its Drying. On my old machine I had a rotating dial like the wash dial that rotated while going through the operation so you knew time left. THIS IS VERY ANNOYING.
In the manual there is no way to stop a drying cycle if you pressed it by accident or want to take out early. I found out that you can stop it pressing pause button and turning off button.
As far as washing it does not vibrate much and does its job washing clothes. But being locked into drying for min 40 minutes and over hour in washing cycle and not knowing when its going to end is a nightmare. Advise you choose a machine that tells you these things and dont buy this.
I never dry my clothes 100% in a dryer. Bad for them I think and I don't like to use more electric than I need. I just give them 20 min or so and then finish naturally. Although jeans and towels do get fried properly if weather is bad.
Settings are a doddle. I'm sure you can get better machines, but I think this is a wonderfully simple, cheap and reliable one!
When it dies I'll probably get another!
I'm very glad I got the extended warranty. However once the extended warranty expired, I didn't get that. Now I wish I had.
So far, I've got them to replace the:
- circuit board
- motor (yes, twice)
and some other stuff I can't remember.
Yesterday it blew a fuse, and smelled really bad. So I'm presuming another motor - which will cost close to £200 to get repaired.
If you're foolish enough to buy it, get the extra extended warranty.
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