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I live in a shared house and this is the washer that is available to use. So far we have had no problems with it and I have always been impressed with how clean my washing is....am sure that is a little to do with the products I use too though :-) The washer has a variety of settings including: *cotton 40-95 degrees *synthetics 30-60 degrees *delicates 30 degrees *quickwash *wool 40 degrees *handwash 30-40 degrees *spin/ gentle spin *rinse and spin I think these settings are fairly general for washers but the positive for this machine is that they are easy to use as. I tend to use the 40 degrees cotton setting for most of my washes, unless I am doing a white wash and then I tend to use a higher temperature, and have been pleased with the wash results. I find that the time taken for a wash is dependent on how big the load is (the max it takes is 5kg)...this can be a bit frustrating when I am in a rush to leave and think it'll take 1hr 40 (as the previous wash) and turns out taking nearer 2 hrs! It has 1400rpm spin speed, I have found this to be good as it really removes the water from your washing and thus reducing drying time which is a bonus :-) The only downside is that the machine can be pretty loud and so trying to do the washing over night seems to disturb my sleeping housemates :-( Having a very quick look on the internet- this washer retails at around the £295 mark.
This Whirlpool AWOD4605 1400rpm spin speed washing machine offers a large 5kg load along with an A+ Rated energy and A Rated wash performance / It also features a multitude of programmes to suit your wash requirements, including automatic half load for smaller loads, 30 minute quick wash when time is of the essence and a wool programme so there''s no need to wash by hand / Short name: Whirlpool AWOD4605