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Post# 283434   6/5/2008 at 07:02 (3,759 days old) by zanussi_lover (Nottingham, UK)        

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I have been browsing Youtube and discovered some amazing videos, Found a vintage privelig 44 basic machine, which is rebranded Zanussi FL811/Bendix Autowasher 800 which my Auntie had in White, the only difference was that hers had temperatures on the outside of the dial instead of letters and a dot which acted as a pointer to point to the various programmes around the dial.

Here is the vid, reminds me of the 1990s when my Aunties Bendix machine was running on a 60 degree wash with Daz Automatic and Comfort Blue

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Post# 283435 , Reply# 1   6/5/2008 at 07:05 (3,759 days old) by zanussi_lover (Nottingham, UK)        
Priveleg Multispa

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Also I love the Priveleg Multispar 1000 machine which is a rebranded Zanussi Jetsystem/Arthur Martin Machine

I love how it does a spin wash during the wash cycle, I used my friends integrated Fagor washer dryer, and it does the same wash spin phase as the Privileg.

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Post# 283436 , Reply# 2   6/5/2008 at 07:09 (3,759 days old) by zanussi_lover (Nottingham, UK)        
Miele Sensor Electronic

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I've never seen an electronic Miele washer and dryer with old fashioned pointers before, I thought these were interesting as they remind me of Commercial Ipso/Primus washers

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Post# 283486 , Reply# 3   6/5/2008 at 16:44 (3,759 days old) by foraloysius (Leeuwarden, the Netherlands)        

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I love that Privileg Multispar! I was actually present when that movie was made. My voice is in the video.

Post# 284328 , Reply# 4   6/10/2008 at 17:47 (3,754 days old) by platinum6 ()        

Great vids as usual. The Miele Sensor Electronic is an engineering masterpiece. The touch sensitive buttons are 20+ years ahead of BSH using it on their machines. I enjoy seeing it in action and if I found a similar UK model, I'd have it lol.

It's essentially the mid-80's version of my machine which is still absolutely superb!

Post# 284627 , Reply# 5   6/12/2008 at 06:21 (3,752 days old) by mielelover ()        

Hi There =)
That machine belongs to me, the Privileg 44...

Its a nice machine, but in my opinion there are better ones ;)

Here you can find some pics:

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