Best Washing Machines for 2015
It’s 2015 and if you’re still using a wash basket and basin, it may be time for an upgrade. But what if I told you that if your washing machine isn’t yet deciding for itself how much detergent to use, then you may need to upgrade your washing machine. No longer do we need to use our best judgement and end out wasting buckets of money. Here are some washing machines for you to consider in 2015:
The Samsung Ecobubble WW9000
Expert Reviews classifies this model as “the most technologically advanced washing machine that we have ever reviewed.” Why? For starters there’s no pesky detergent drawer. Instead you fill the internal dispensers with detergent and fabric softener and the machine takes care of the rest. It dispenses the right amount based on the load.
Also in true smart home fashion, the machine can be activated using your smart phone. Alongside control, the app also informs you on how much longer the load will take so you don’t need to continuously check.
If you’re after something a lot more affordable but still has some clever features, try this Beko model. With a 9kg drum, you can’t quite fit an elephant in there (or a dirty child) but you can put some pretty heavy duvets in.
Expert Reviews also comments, Wash performance was generally excellent, with clean and even stain removal across all of our samples at 40C and 30C. In fact, we’d go as far as to say that the Beko WMB91242LC has the wash performance to equal machines that cost twice as much.
Samsung Ecobubble WF1124XAC
Not another Samsung Ecobubble you may be thinking. But there’s a very good reason why Samsung makes the list twice – their washing machines are high quality. This model has an A+++- rating although it’s even better than this suggests.Using the 15C Ecobubble wash, we worked our running costs of just 15p per load, which is incredible.
Information, washed and hung to dry from Expert Reviews.