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Post# 522662   6/5/2011 at 14:08 (4,559 days old) by l86810 (Southend, UK)        

Just seen these new pictures on the Indesit Imagebank website...

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Post# 522663 , Reply# 1   6/5/2011 at 14:12 (4,559 days old) by l86810 (Southend, UK)        

Heres the next one...

Post# 522664 , Reply# 2   6/5/2011 at 14:22 (4,559 days old) by l86810 (Southend, UK)        

Last one...

Post# 522670 , Reply# 3   6/5/2011 at 14:48 (4,559 days old) by chestermikeuk (Rainhill *Home of the RailwayTrials* Merseyside,UK)        
New Aqualtis Range - 11kg

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Oh - are you a retailer then...Lol......All new products for Hotpoint`s 100th Anniversary Year...!!!!!

Post# 522679 , Reply# 4   6/5/2011 at 15:14 (4,559 days old) by chestermikeuk (Rainhill *Home of the RailwayTrials* Merseyside,UK)        
Hotpoint & Stainless

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"Hello Hotpoint - Ave Looked In The Wesher an me Clothes Arnt There"

Post# 522681 , Reply# 5   6/5/2011 at 15:20 (4,559 days old) by chestermikeuk (Rainhill *Home of the RailwayTrials* Merseyside,UK)        
Dryers

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Very Different

Post# 522694 , Reply# 6   6/5/2011 at 16:20 (4,558 days old) by dave886 (united kingdom)        

i love the new designs especially the aqualtis but i bet the wash programmed are still the same as the preview model except these ones have a new look, no/yea?

Post# 522791 , Reply# 7   6/6/2011 at 00:02 (4,558 days old) by Maytagbear (N.E. Ohio)        
I know that UK and US Hotpoint are different companies----

Is UK Hotpoint only laundry? US Hotpoint includes cooking, refrigeration, and dishwashers.


Lawrence/Maytagbear


Post# 522809 , Reply# 8   6/6/2011 at 03:27 (4,558 days old) by dj-gabriele ()        

Smart looking machines!

I'd sure check them out if I were to buy a new washer...

And yes, European Hotpoint has a complete line of appliances, ranging from washing machines to ovens to refrigerators and wine cellars and coffee machines.

Here's the link to the UK website.


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Post# 522814 , Reply# 9   6/6/2011 at 04:43 (4,558 days old) by chestermikeuk (Rainhill *Home of the RailwayTrials* Merseyside,UK)        
"Is UK Hotpoint only laundry?"

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Most certainly not!!! - The Complete Household Lineup, Freestanding and the latest in Built-in Integrated.....Check out The Media Room.... I love the "OpenSpace" ovens



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Post# 522843 , Reply# 10   6/6/2011 at 09:05 (4,558 days old) by newwave1 (Lincoln, United Kingdom)        

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Well i'm glad i'm so indecisive and haven't bought a machine already!! Which one to buy!!!!!

Darren


Post# 522847 , Reply# 11   6/6/2011 at 09:54 (4,558 days old) by ultimafan ()        
very smart looking machines!

I was wondering what Hotpoint were going to do to redesign their machines after having the 'Aristonesque' door look for over a decade. Love that stainless steel ultima, looks much nicer in a kitchen compared to aluminium.

Post# 522913 , Reply# 12   6/6/2011 at 15:35 (4,557 days old) by optima (Cumbria England)        

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Quite like the look of the washers apart from not doing away with them awful cold eco wash programmes. But they have made a terrible mistake of doing away with the glass doors on the vented dryers & putting horrible all plastic ones on.

Post# 522921 , Reply# 13   6/6/2011 at 16:16 (4,557 days old) by Maytagbear (N.E. Ohio)        
Thank you,

 

Mike, for that interesting and useful link.

 

 

Lawrence/Maytagbear


Post# 522925 , Reply# 14   6/6/2011 at 16:36 (4,557 days old) by FL1012 ()        
Looks good....

The Aqualtis doesn't look dramatically different, only the lower models stand out as being new, mainly because of the different door. However the dryer looks much better than the current design.

Lets hope they've put as much thought into what's underneath this time.


Liam


Post# 522958 , Reply# 15   6/6/2011 at 19:19 (4,557 days old) by ariston4life ((Dublin) Ireland)        

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their nice..but il always be a sucker for an Ariston style door :) and im sorry but id rather see the Ariston name on them or at leaset Hotpoint-Ariston.

Post# 523276 , Reply# 16   6/8/2011 at 06:44 (4,556 days old) by ariston4life ((Dublin) Ireland)        

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does anyone else think the programm dial on the top two machines looks similar to the Liberator machines program dial?

Post# 523368 , Reply# 17   6/8/2011 at 14:18 (4,556 days old) by matchboxpaul (U.K)        
'does anyone else think the programm dial on the top two

You arent the first person to mention that!

A group of us saw the thread, whilst at a small wash-in in Bristol (Dyson CR01, Philips Slimstar AWB117, Hotpoint 18580 amongst others) - cant remember who mentioned it, but the dial likeness to the old 17 and 18 series machines was flagged up.

A tribute to an old design by accident, or intentional?

Paul


Post# 523393 , Reply# 18   6/8/2011 at 16:08 (4,555 days old) by supermaticjames (Donegal, Ireland)        
Noticed it...

Paul, and I bet it's probably accidental.

Indesit want nothing to do with Hotpoint except their good name and reputation IMO.

I have noticed a little thing about the design of the WM5* machines in that the dispenser is shaped a little like the 18**/* machines don;t you think?

P.S. I've also sent you an email RE my machine.

James.


Post# 523403 , Reply# 19   6/8/2011 at 16:59 (4,555 days old) by ariston4life ((Dublin) Ireland)        

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i think it may be a homage to the liberators IMO.

Post# 523522 , Reply# 20   6/9/2011 at 10:30 (4,555 days old) by ultimafan ()        
...

I don't think it's. If they were trying to pay homeage to previous models, they would have made a black/white or brown/almond model.

The WMAL621 seems to have hit the shops now, for the sum of 250, though it's not on the Hotpoint site yet, surely they should have done a brochure now. Here is the link, I think the new Aqualtis is on it too, but they are marketed as stock coming soon.



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Post# 523529 , Reply# 21   6/9/2011 at 11:19 (4,555 days old) by supermaticjames (Donegal, Ireland)        
Exactly...

If they were to tribute the classics they would have purplen or brown trim, chrome doors and even a square door model in tribute to the 1600.

James.


Post# 523543 , Reply# 22   6/9/2011 at 12:52 (4,555 days old) by aquarius8000 ()        
Erm...

The pics dont work and I cannot find them on the links. Sorry there folks.

Post# 523559 , Reply# 23   6/9/2011 at 13:58 (4,555 days old) by optima (Cumbria England)        

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Our first models are due in at the end of june starting with Ultima's. Carn't wait to examine them.

Post# 524673 , Reply# 24   6/15/2011 at 14:53 (4,549 days old) by robbie5 (Birmingham Edgbaston)        
New design...

This new generation of Hotpoints look very smart. I really like the simple streamline design, but I don't like the door handle as it looks like an after thought! Hehe

Rob



Post# 524926 , Reply# 25   6/16/2011 at 15:46 (4,547 days old) by matchboxpaul (U.K)        

Hi Rob.

Hope all is well with you and totally agree with your sentiments with the New non-Aqualtis range.

The facias look considerably smarter than the current models, but that door handle doesnt half look clumsy. A shame.

The condenser dryers look..........erm.........unusual too.

Paul


Post# 525112 , Reply# 26   6/17/2011 at 13:59 (4,547 days old) by aquarius8000 ()        
Well,

What a ugly looking family except the aqualtis. NB do note the door is different. real shane as I liked the old one best.

Post# 525799 , Reply# 27   6/20/2011 at 11:29 (4,544 days old) by glenfieldmathk1 (Glenfield-Leicester-UK)        

Hope the Vented dryers are going to have glass doors.
I think the plastic one looks cheap, and will break easier.

Plus Hotpoints History-almost every single vented dryer that's came out has had a glass door, so I hope these have no exceptions.


Post# 525817 , Reply# 28   6/20/2011 at 13:00 (4,544 days old) by aquarius1984 (Planet earth)        
Every single dryer?

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Not at all,

The dryers Hotpoint made from the Liberators to the 17 series ALL had plastic doors. Millions of them!


Post# 526037 , Reply# 29   6/21/2011 at 13:20 (4,543 days old) by ultimafan ()        
I think everyone needs to calm down

as we've only seen the condensor dryer models, which, apart from the Aqualtis, doesn't have glass fronts. We've yet to see the vented dryer models, which are the TVAM70CP and TVAL73CG, those could still possibly have glass doors.

Post# 526057 , Reply# 30   6/21/2011 at 14:36 (4,543 days old) by optima (Cumbria England)        

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All the new hotpoint vented dryers will have glass free plastic doors. I just hope they don't do the same with the indesit vented dryers. Knowing indesit company they probably will do. Is it me or do they look bloody awful. Not a good match if your putting them next to each other in the kitchen.

Post# 526408 , Reply# 31   6/23/2011 at 07:30 (4,541 days old) by ariston4life ((Dublin) Ireland)        

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i would love this...if i had my own place :(

Post# 526421 , Reply# 32   6/23/2011 at 08:48 (4,541 days old) by dave886 (united kingdom)        

i want a upgrade!! i like this one better i wish i waited longer lol i wonder how many literes the drum is gonna be hmm

Post# 526474 , Reply# 33   6/23/2011 at 12:22 (4,541 days old) by glenfieldmathk1 (Glenfield-Leicester-UK)        
Aqualtis

They will probably keep there 62l drum, or they might put the Extendia 90l drum inside, or they might create a new drum volume, I am told that like Miele, Bosch, LG, Hoover, Samsung drums. These Aqualtis have a special drum (Called the 'Fibretech' drum).
Wonder what that's like, or will it just be the holes are smaller?
Link to that site is below!

In terms of the dryers-(optima), No one knows whether they have glass in or not, as they haven't got any information about them yet. It would be a shame if they don't, though from pictures I seen at a festival in London in May, they do look like some dryers have glass doors. (Just hope there Vented ones, not just Indesit Prime dryers).


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Post# 526475 , Reply# 34   6/23/2011 at 12:24 (4,541 days old) by glenfieldmathk1 (Glenfield-Leicester-UK)        
Wait might have read it wrong

Sorry, I may be wrong, the Fibretech might actually be a new tub (maybe it is metal instead of Plastic)

Post# 527232 , Reply# 35   6/27/2011 at 14:37 (4,537 days old) by dave886 (united kingdom)        

no way 90literes is going to fit in the cabinet i think its proberly gonna be 70 to 78liter drum

Post# 527307 , Reply# 36   6/28/2011 at 07:04 (4,536 days old) by washerlover24 ()        

we have the new ultima and this one is soo much better but i want the aqraius :)

Post# 530371 , Reply# 37   7/13/2011 at 09:36 (4,521 days old) by ultimafan ()        
stop the presses!!!!

Hotpoint have released their Ultima condenser dryer, it's on the Very website. It has a glass door, check it out, they have most of the main models, but no vented yet. =

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Post# 530418 , Reply# 38   7/13/2011 at 12:32 (4,521 days old) by matchboxpaul (U.K)        

Looks like the Ultima's get the glass door, whilst the standard condensers get the weird non-glass door.

The latter dont look too pretty, in my opinion, but I like this top end dryer.

I keep checking the website daily, in the hope that they update the bloomin brochures. grrrrrrrrr.

Thanks for the link, ultimafan.
Always intersting when a new range is released.

Paul


Post# 530750 , Reply# 39   7/15/2011 at 01:10 (4,519 days old) by glenfieldmathk1 (Glenfield-Leicester-UK)        

Nice Glass door dryer.
I hope the Vented's do get glass door.
I have noticed the dryers have cuddly toys cycle. I suspecting this is going to be a drying basket-like Indesits shoes cycle. Do you think I am correct?

Thanks for the links and everything:)


Post# 530757 , Reply# 40   7/15/2011 at 03:24 (4,519 days old) by optima (Cumbria England)        
Shoe cycle

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Indesit dryer shoes cycle about as usless as the shoe cycle in there washers. Have also noticed that white knight have started putting a free flimsy looking shoe rack in there dryers. I just dont like the idea. What a waste of energy to put just a pair of shoes in to dry them. Its just as easy to put them on top of the radiator to dry.

Post# 530776 , Reply# 41   7/15/2011 at 07:48 (4,519 days old) by glenfieldmathk1 (Glenfield-Leicester-UK)        

The dryer dries them much faster than the radiator actually, and not all people have radiators you can put things on. My grandma has radiators that are electric and cannot be covered.
Plus they are a good idea these racks, as you can also use them to dry delicate items, you wouldn't normally put in a dryer.


Post# 530784 , Reply# 42   7/15/2011 at 08:53 (4,519 days old) by dyson2drums (United Kingdom)        

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Hey everyone

Just found out, the new Hotpoint 11kg Aqualtis has a drum capacity of 71 litres, 9 litres bigger than the previous Aqualtis drum which was also used in the latest Ultima models (being 62 litres)

:)


Post# 530799 , Reply# 43   7/15/2011 at 10:40 (4,519 days old) by optima (Cumbria England)        

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Sorry what i should of said was water filled radiators run off a central heating system not a electric storage,oil filled,convector or panel heater. I will check the drying times of the Indesit shoes cycle tomorrow at work. It will be interesting to see how long it lasts for & at what temperature "hi or low" it dries them at.

Post# 530932 , Reply# 44   7/16/2011 at 08:52 (4,518 days old) by ultimafan ()        
this is fast becoming a Hotpoint unveiling thread...

I've now seen another new model, this time on the Comet website, a larger 10kg Hotpoint Ultima, which is Polar with a silver door. I was hoping that it had Steam washing, but zooming into the picture I found something interesting, it seems that it haa some sort of 'Auto Clean' programme, is it for the clothes or for maintenance of the machine?

@at everyone discussing the Hotpoint drying system for shoes and wools: I think the machine will have a drying basket, as the door is round but flat at the bottom. Personally I wouldn't tumble dry shoes, as I think the plastics on them wouldn't be able to withstand the hot temperatures of the dryer (a lower temperature would take ages I think) so I'd stick to drying them outside. However I do like the idea of a wools basket as Hotpoint have really been pushing their wool drying, so a basket is the icing on the cake for them, though I've always wondered if wool had to be marketed as dryer safe or not.



Post# 530933 , Reply# 45   7/16/2011 at 08:54 (4,518 days old) by ultimafan ()        
...

whoops, forgot link and pic of the 10kg...

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Post# 530944 , Reply# 46   7/16/2011 at 11:13 (4,518 days old) by dj-gabriele ()        

This last machine sure looks good :) well styled for sure!

Post# 533587 , Reply# 47   7/29/2011 at 07:27 (4,505 days old) by glenfieldmathk1 (Glenfield-Leicester-UK)        

The Cleaning action option on this machine, isn't a maintenance cycle, its simply is like indesit primes Smart Button (or a Soil level selector like on previous Ultimas with blue display WT960), It extends or shortens the wash, and adjusts the wash action depending on selected cleaning action.

In Italy, the 11KG Aqualtis manuals are available and they state 71l drums, I am suspecting this Ultima will have a 71l drum also. Looks smart!


Post# 533620 , Reply# 48   7/29/2011 at 12:46 (4,505 days old) by solsburian (SE Northumberland)        

I've seen the new Aqualits and Ultima machines the other day at Currys. The Ultima seems pretty sturdy, and the door handle is quite substantial. The detergent draw did seem a bit on the flimsy side though.

The new Aqualits has new curvy paddles with a rectangular base and has "Titanium" embossed on the back.


Post# 533904 , Reply# 49   7/31/2011 at 04:58 (4,503 days old) by HotpointFan (United Kingdom)        
there amazing

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i have seen them at currys at birstall. they are so lovely. The bosch will be replaced with one of them.

Post# 535309 , Reply# 50   8/6/2011 at 08:28 (4,497 days old) by newwave1 (Lincoln, United Kingdom)        
AT LAST

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Hotpoint have FINALLY added the new machines to the website! Still no brochure and old models there for the crossover!

Someone PLEASE buy me the 11kg aqualtis and I will marry you! lol It has a dedicated steam generator that uses steam in the wash like lg at last!

Darren


Post# 535389 , Reply# 51   8/6/2011 at 17:30 (4,496 days old) by glenfieldmathk1 (Glenfield-Leicester-UK)        

The previous Aqualtis machines also had steam Hygiene, during the wash.

Post# 535466 , Reply# 52   8/7/2011 at 07:02 (4,496 days old) by dyson2drums (United Kingdom)        

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I've been looking at the new range and the manuals, so it's only the aqualtis with the new drum and paddles, 71l capacity. The ultimas are the same size as last year, being 62l and the aquarius+ and aquarius are the same too, being 52l.

Dedicated steam generator, now that's interesting! I've been looking at cycle times in the new aqualtis, they seem pretty long on comparison to my LG, cottons 40oc, 3 hours and 20mins! On the whole, they look much nicer than before and i'm quite impressed with them :)


Post# 535490 , Reply# 53   8/7/2011 at 09:42 (4,496 days old) by glenfieldmathk1 (Glenfield-Leicester-UK)        
New Vented dryers

I love the look of those new Hotpoint Aquarius+ Vented Tumble dryers with 8KG, it says EcoTech as well-wondering why as it is still C Energy, however it could be the new load capacity or they have adjusted drying times or something!
It does have a glass door BTW, yet further up this thread I am told they wont have a glass door!




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Post# 535510 , Reply# 54   8/7/2011 at 12:38 (4,496 days old) by HotpointFan (United Kingdom)        
Have been to Currys again!

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I couldn't resist when I went to Curry's and saw the new machines. No Aqualtis though. No dryers either and the integrated model hasn't changed yet. My gran said that when her Bosch died she would replace it with one of these machines! There were the older models with sign's on top saying LAST ONE! I thoroughly enjoyed my visit and I saw that they have some new Beko's as well! I wouldn't really buy a Beko after the fridge - freezer fiasco, though my mum's friend has a Beko Washing Machine and my dad's friend a Beko Tumble Dryer. The new Beko on the link is not out yet, but the other new ones looked very similar. I also saw the Curry's Essential's washing machine which has an Ariston-style drum and Siemens door.

Jacob


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Post# 535546 , Reply# 55   8/7/2011 at 15:12 (4,496 days old) by newwave1 (Lincoln, United Kingdom)        
New fat paddles!

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The new massage lifters as there callin em! Cool!

Post# 535547 , Reply# 56   8/7/2011 at 15:13 (4,496 days old) by newwave1 (Lincoln, United Kingdom)        

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Titanium print on the back of the drum

Post# 535551 , Reply# 57   8/7/2011 at 16:07 (4,495 days old) by glenfieldmathk1 (Glenfield-Leicester-UK)        
I think the massage lifters may not work well

I absolutely love the design of the wave paddles or (Massage as they call them), but I am wondering how well will they lift the load, especially small loads, as they don't look very high. If a small load is being washed, it wont lift the clothes, almost like the Candy ones.

The Titanium drum also looks good, and the print is nice, and it is great to know it is stronger, but Why is it that the Paddles are plastic? They say it is stronger, but plastic is cheap, and wont last as long as metal paddles.

The Aqualtis Dryer Drum & Paddles looks amazing though, I especially love how they still using the UK built drums too(I can tell from the back, even from that picture!)
Just wished the programmes on the dryers, were the same on the washers, I mean they have the cuddly toys, lingerie shirts & jeans on dryers, yet don't on the washers?

Wished they had the brochures-& Dryer Manuals ready, Though I suspect the washer-dryers and the remaining washers & Dryers and pre-haps dishwashers fridges aren't launching until September, so they wont launch brochures until there ready!

:)


Post# 535553 , Reply# 58   8/7/2011 at 16:12 (4,495 days old) by glenfieldmathk1 (Glenfield-Leicester-UK)        
@hotpointfan

Sorry but from the website, The Currys essential washing machine looks like it has a Zannussi door, and Candy drum to me.
Plus does the beko not have a glass see through door? Talk about money saving?


Post# 535555 , Reply# 59   8/7/2011 at 16:29 (4,495 days old) by aegokocarat (United Kingdom)        
@glenfieldmathk1

the pic was taken durning a spin cycle (or it was photoshopped :))
i persionally think that the titainium print on the drum is a little pointless.....


Post# 535638 , Reply# 60   8/8/2011 at 02:03 (4,495 days old) by HotpointFan (United Kingdom)        
aegokocarat

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It reminds me of when Dyson was written on the back of the Contrarotator.

Jacob


Post# 536386 , Reply# 61   8/11/2011 at 12:01 (4,492 days old) by aquarius8000 ()        

I have seen them at comet(well the ultima) and the draw stayes the same but the door opening is much wider for bulky items.

Post# 536597 , Reply# 62   8/12/2011 at 15:20 (4,491 days old) by newwave1 (Lincoln, United Kingdom)        
I WANT IT

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Finally some pic on ebay have surfaced of these beauty's in the flesh!

Post# 536600 , Reply# 63   8/12/2011 at 15:21 (4,491 days old) by newwave1 (Lincoln, United Kingdom)        

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Titanium drum and "massage paddles" quite funky

Post# 536601 , Reply# 64   8/12/2011 at 15:22 (4,491 days old) by newwave1 (Lincoln, United Kingdom)        

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Control panel! I love that dial!

Post# 536721 , Reply# 65   8/13/2011 at 07:51 (4,490 days old) by aquarius8000 ()        
Cool

Their nice- the aqualtis anyway! Titanium is written/engraved at the back of the drum. 700 quid (around) is the aqualtis new from comet.

Post# 537058 , Reply# 66   8/15/2011 at 04:01 (4,488 days old) by aquarius8000 ()        

Found this on the hotpoint website!

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Post# 537059 , Reply# 67   8/15/2011 at 04:17 (4,488 days old) by HotpointFan (United Kingdom)        
Have you seen the ProAction washers?

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In the new Argos catalog, the Haus's have disappeared and have been replaced by ProAction, a brand that I thought made camping equipment.

Jacob


Post# 537066 , Reply# 68   8/15/2011 at 05:28 (4,488 days old) by aegokocarat (United Kingdom)        

cheap rebadges, thy are essentially thoes very baisic bush washers tarted up with lights screens and a rebadge :)
also i dont like argos so i have stopped gettting thyer catalouges.


Post# 537069 , Reply# 69   8/15/2011 at 06:22 (4,488 days old) by glenfieldmathk1 (Glenfield-Leicester-UK)        

Haus still exists.

Just because Argos isn't selling it any more, doesn't mean they no longer exist.
Argos doesn't sell many machines at all, your best to go to a proper appliance retailer like Comet, Euronics or go and shop on-line.


Post# 537163 , Reply# 70   8/15/2011 at 13:26 (4,488 days old) by AquaCycle (West Yorkshire, UK)        

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^Actually, Comet and Currys et al. have never sold Haus machines - they're all rebadged Haier machines branded especially for Argos.

Post# 537164 , Reply# 71   8/15/2011 at 13:49 (4,488 days old) by glenfieldmathk1 (Glenfield-Leicester-UK)        

I didn't mean Comet sell Haus, I meant if you think the Argos Catalogue has the best choice of appliances in, then think again.
If you search Haus you will probably find something On line.


Post# 537212 , Reply# 72   8/15/2011 at 16:53 (4,487 days old) by optima (Cumbria England)        
Hotpoint

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We are finally getting our very first 2 models in tomorrow at long last. 1 Aquarius 1200 & 1 Aquarius+ 1400. Now all i have to do is get used to the awful model numbers that Indesit have put on them. Pics & my detailed report on them coming soon.

Post# 537278 , Reply# 73   8/16/2011 at 06:17 (4,487 days old) by aquarius8000 ()        

Thanks Craig

Post# 537362 , Reply# 74   8/16/2011 at 13:02 (4,487 days old) by dave886 (united kingdom)        

i love these aqualtis washers, if i had designed these washers i would of added a doorlight, large power jet spray like they have on whirlpool dreamspace washers & auto dose function for liquid and powder detergent this would be an ultimate washer

Post# 537642 , Reply# 75   8/17/2011 at 17:55 (4,485 days old) by ariston4life ((Dublin) Ireland)        

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the currys essential drum is a reincarnation of the old Hotpoint drum before Indesit takeover.... the beko is a computer generated image as they havnt an offical photo of the machine for the website yet.... i love the new hotpoint styling but i will miss the Ariston Door.

Post# 537663 , Reply# 76   8/17/2011 at 19:15 (4,485 days old) by optima (Cumbria England)        

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Dave,

The top spec aqualtis had drum illumination a few years back. To me a total waste of time, as for power jet Indesit company have never done this, well i think not in any of there machines. But this feature was good to watch in Electrolux Zanussi & Candy-Hoover & Beko machines but pointless to me in wash performance.


Post# 537844 , Reply# 77   8/18/2011 at 11:57 (4,485 days old) by glenfieldmathk1 (Glenfield-Leicester-UK)        

Powerjets reduce rinse performance, and don't really assist on cleaning, all they do is create suds and help faster soaking.



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