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We are building a house ( so I have a while to decide ) . When we move in I would like to buy a new washing machine. Our one is on its way out but I'm hoping it last long enough so I don't have to replace before we move. What's the best washing you reckon you have had or have ?


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1 year ago
Miele front load $3,500
Lasted me so far 10 years

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1 year ago
won't even be worth $50 now

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1 year ago
And your point is ?

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1 year ago
Still going mate
Most machines last 5 to 7 years

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1 year ago
^ Not true. Unless you read it on the internet then it must be true

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1 year ago
We'll be getting the LG twin wash washing machine. Its only just been released and will be ALOT of money but I want something that's going to last a very long time. This machine is supposed to have a fantastic warranty so that'll help the sale

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1 year ago
They're about $5,000. For that price, you'd want it to fold and put the washing away afterwards 😘

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1 year ago
lol

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1 year ago
Front loaders you can put under a bench or have the option of stacking washer and dryer . I prefer fronts but I've also never had a top loader so I don't have an expert opinion. Just been better and more convenient for us. We got a new LG one 6 months ago no issues and only like $700 new for a 7kg and it looks stylish also if that's a factor

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1 year ago
Cheap and nasty
Front load Bosch made in Germany $1200

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1 year ago
It's not all about what something costs but okay 🤷

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1 year ago
That’s a good price for Bosch made in Germany mate

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1 year ago
My expensive Bosch dishwasher only last 5 years. I stupidly bought another and it died at 5 years also. Meanwhile my friends have Westinghouse, fisher and paykel, lg, and theirs have lasted ten years!

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1 year ago
^was it made in Germany or china? Theres 2 quality levels. We have the basic german one its been great for years

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1 year ago
I prefer front loader have high end bosch 9kg one for family of 5. Its gentle on clothes but effective.

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1 year ago
I prefer top loaders...I am quite tall and have a dodgy back so the front loader was a bit troublesome for me. Either way I think size matters. I have a 10kg washing machine, it is so good to be able to fit blankets and large doona's in with ease!

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1 year ago
9.5kg Simpson top loader.
Going strong after 10+ years.
Kicks every front loading arse off the face off the planet.

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1 year ago
Electolux front loader

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1 year ago
Do you have a preference for top loader or front loader?

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1 year ago
I have no preference, hubby feels it should be a front loader.

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1 year ago
Front loader all the way

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1 year ago
Over 30+ years I’ve had both- prefer front loader. I think they wash clothes better, use less water and you can usually buy a frame thing so you can mount your dryer on top. Overall saving precious floor space in the laundry.