Washers: the best deals
Are you looking for the best washing machine deals? Here you are right! In the list below you’ll find all the washing machine deals currently running. Regardless of the type, brand, size and much more – if you’re looking for a new washing machine at a bargain price, you’ve come to the right place. With this wide range of products to choose from, there is always a new washing machine that meets your needs.
Washing machine deals: what to look for?
A washing machine lasts about 10 years, and then it’s time for a new one. The big advantage of a washing machine offer is of course that you save money. The danger with such offers is that you are tempted to make a choice too quickly. As a result, you may end up with a washing machine that does not quite meet your requirements – not enough fill weight, not the right wash programs or not enough revolutions per minute. For this reason, below you’ll find a list of things to look out for when buying a washing machine.
- Fill weight: the fill weight of a washing machine indicates how many pounds of laundry you can put in the drum, also called the capacity. Most washing machines have a fill weight between 6 kg and 11 kg. A 6kg – 7kg fill weight is suitable for a small household, with one or two people. A small family with one or two children would be better off looking at washing machines with a fill weight of 8 kg. Do you have a family with 3 children or more? Then it’s best to orient yourself to a washing machine with 9 kg or more. What you will most often encounter is an 8 kg or 9 kg fill weight.
- Energy Class:The energy class was formerly known as energy label. This indicates how much energy your washing machine consumes. A thrifty washing machine has energy class A, for washing machines this can go up to energy class E. A washing machine that consumes little water and energy is somewhat more expensive to buy, but often cheaper to use. As well as being good for the environment, they also help to keep your bills down.
- Sound level:The sound level of your washing machine indicates how much noise it makes during spinning – which can be an important issue if your washing machine is near a bedroom. The noise level is expressed in four levels: extra quiet (71 dB or quieter), quiet (72 – 73 dB), normal (74 – 77 dB) and loud (78 dB or louder). Most washing machines have a noise level of 75 dB.
- Washing programs: not all washing machines have the same washing programs. Before buying a new washing machine, it is a good idea to identify which wash programs you use now and which you think you will use in the future for washing your clothes. These include gentle, hand wash, cotton, short, refresh, synthetic and wool. Many washing machines give you more options, such as special programs for allergies, faster washing, jeans, baby clothes, sportswear and shirts.
- RPM: the RPM tells you how many rounds the drum of your washing machine makes in per minute (spin). The more revolutions it makes, the drier your laundry will come out of the drum. The RPM is usually between 1200 and 1600 revolutions per minute, also called rpm (revolutions per minute). Most washing machines make 1400 rpm.
- Front loading or top loading:this says something about where the door of your washing machine is located. Front-loading washing machines are eminently the most commonly seen. For many, a front load is preferred because it allows you to put stuff on top of the washer, such as a dryer. With a top loading washer, the door is on top of the washer, which can be very handy if you can’t bend down very well. Top loading washing machines also tend to have a smaller fill weight.