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Post# 222124   7/12/2007 at 05:44 (4,274 days old) by hooverzodiac12 (Melbourne, Australia)        

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im forcing my mum to get a front loader of her own and she likes the EWF1495 electrolux 8kg front loader with 1400 rpm is there any pros and cons that you guy know of?

it would help alot i dont want her to get another top loader:@

josh xoxo


Post# 222189 , Reply# 1   7/12/2007 at 15:58 (4,273 days old) by platinum6 ()        

Well, if your mum likes a certain machine, she should go and get it. After all, you can't go far wrong with an Electrolux. It's a reliable brand with a great reputation for innovative products. In the UK, it's sold as a Zanussi.

This looks like the top model with all the features you can think of. It's large 8KG capacity will mean that you can wash more in 1 load and it also cuts down on the amount of washing done each week so that's a really good feature to have while it's 1400RPM spin is good for getting loads dry in less time. The machine itself is easy to use with it's informative digital display which shows plenty of info on the wash and it also shows you the time remaining on the programme too but on this, it tells you the time when the programme will finish which makes it a handy feature.

I can't find many drawbacks to this, it's a really good machine and it's energy efficient too!

Yes, go for it, your mum will be pleased with this!





Post# 222197 , Reply# 2   7/12/2007 at 17:56 (4,273 days old) by arrrooohhh (Sydney Australia)        
Good Choice!

This machine is a very nice machine with an enourmous tub too!

It scored very well in Choice magazines recent tests if that helps. It used a small amount of water but still did well in their new rinsing tests. Must be the jetsystem.

Dont forget to look around in shops though, I have seen some places have a much better price than others, and you still get the $150 cashback from Sydney water.


Post# 222198 , Reply# 3   7/12/2007 at 17:58 (4,273 days old) by arrrooohhh (Sydney Australia)        
Good Choice!

This machine is a very nice machine with an enourmous tub too!

It scored very well in Choice magazines recent tests if that helps. It used a small amount of water but still did well in their new rinsing tests. Must be the jetsystem.

Dont forget to look around in shops though, I have seen some places have a much better price than others, and you still get the $150 cashback from Sydney water.


Post# 222440 , Reply# 4   7/13/2007 at 19:36 (4,272 days old) by hooverzodiac12 (Melbourne, Australia)        

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cool thanks guys:)

she read this and she bout the washer today lol

hopefully ill work out how to put vids on.lol

xoxo





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