Beko WX943440W review
|Review: March 2016|
In a nutshell: The Beko WX943440W is a mid-range washing machine with a large 9kg load capacity - big enough to wash a king size duvet. It's a solidly built machine, and ought to be reliable, although the door feels a little flimsy. The Pro-Smart inverter motor comes with a 10-year warranty, and makes the machine reasonably quiet, with a very high A+++ efficiency rating. The controls are simple to use and the electronic display shows useful information about the wash.
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Beko WX943440W features include:
- Capacity: 9 kg
- Maximum spin speed: 1400 rpm
- Energy efficiency class: A+++
- Spin class: B
- Digital display
- Large porthole door
- 16 main programmes
- Fast wash for full load - 9kg in 28 minutes
- Xpress Super Short Programme - 2kg in 14 minutes
- Duvet programme
- Anti-allergy programme
- Pre-wash, Extra rinse, Rinse hold, No spin functions
- Time delay (0 - 24 hours)
- Child safety lock
- Drum volume: 64 litres
- Noise level (washing): 53dB
- Noise level (spinning): 78dB
- Dimensions (H X W X D): 85 x 60 x 60 cm
- Can be built-under
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Average rating from 2 reviews:
Reviewed by Louise
on 1st Oct 2018
I've had machine for about 18 months and now drum not going round...so as there are no brushes on this machine it is like motor has gone...so not happy as expect machine to last longer than this...
Reviewed by Tony
on 27th Apr 2018
Its quiet, it has easy to understand controls, it has a decent size drum ....but, the door....oh the awful door. Whose idea was it to fit a chrome and black door on a white machine which also sticks out 4cm from the front face of the machine?
Its looks like (and probably is) a cheap way to use the same door on multiple machines. What's more: the drum aperture is way smaller than the door is. Is that to fool you?
The inverter motor’s great though.
Only two stars due to the awful door.