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Washing machine, Bosch or Samsung?

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  • #1
    GoBladeer1
    Level 7  
    Hello, my washing machine broke and I want to buy a new one. I am thinking of buying a Bosch or a Samsung. I browse the forum and wonder why nobody buys Samsung. Is there something wrong with him?

    I am puzzled by 2 models:
    - Samsung WF70F5E0W2W (does it have a detachable drum and replaceable bearings? And how does the EcoBuble system work?)
    - Bosch Serie 4 VarioPerfect WAE24441PL

    I am asking for help, there are so many washing machines to choose from and I do not want to buy some crap.
    fund up to PLN 1,400 - 1,500.
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  • #3
    majster222
    Level 12  
    A few days ago I also faced a dilemma. The choice fell precisely on the Samsung model. From what I read on the web and it was a valid reason for me, they are replaceable drum bearings. As for the dimensions, apparently the depth in this washing machine is given without the back visor.
    But the old Whirlpool was repaired - the purchase of the washing machine has been postponed for the time being.

    On the Alledrogo website, one of the sellers offers Samsung with an extended warranty - a total of 5 years for about PLN 250-270 - i.e. about PLN 7 / month peace.
  • #4
    Svetherus
    Level 28  
    Eco buble is very cool.
    All previous washing machines left delicate white streaks on my pants (regardless of whether it was washed with liquid, gel or powder). There is no problem with ecobubles.
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    Svetherus
    Level 28  
    it's not a mode. the washing machine always washes with ecobubles.
    powder / liquid / whatever you put in - instead of the drum, it first goes to the tank where it is 'foamed' and then goes to the drum (to simplify it).
  • #7
    GoBladeer1
    Level 7  
    The choice fell on Bosch. On Monday, I will call the service to make sure that the drum is dismountable and replaceable bearings.
    In the previous washing machine, I had no problem with the undissolved powder, and somehow the ecobuble does not encourage me. And this shallow drum, normal goiter.


    BOSCH:
    * Is it worth taking an extended warranty?
    * What's the difference between an LED display and an LED display? in the program progress indicator (in the Bosch washing machine comparison I found it, it's definitely the same but I prefer to ask)
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  • #9
    GoBladeer1
    Level 7  
    after browsing the internet and focusing on bosch, I decided on the WAE2449FPL model
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  • #12
    Borutka
    Level 29  
    Somehow, no one thinks about the functionality of the washing machine ... for example, is there a quick cleaning program such as 30 minutes at 30 or 40 degrees. Or if spin alone can be started.
    As for the brand, I recommend LG
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    Borutka
    Level 29  
    BC109B wrote:
    WAE 2049FPL has such a program (super short 15 '). I can assure you that when choosing functionality, I also took into account the possibility of washing lightly soiled clothes. The description of the washing machine's functionality can be found on the manufacturer's website or in the user manual, so it makes no sense to describe it on the forum.

    Well, I guess we are talking about various functions, because this 15 minutes allows for a maximum load of 2 kg ... in a 7 kg washing machine - a little functional option.
    And a wash for lightly soiled clothes is rather 90% of the laundry.
    Unless the washing machine accepts a larger load on this program, appropriately taking in more water and proportionally extending the washing time - here rather the time needed to heat the water.
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  • #16
    wojtek440
    Level 12  
    Contemporary washing machines, apart from the grinds, are of similar quality ... that is, the warranty and then there are problems. I would personally take samsung
  • #17
    julab.and
    Level 11  
    I have a bosch series 4, I will not give a specific model, unfortunately, I do not remember these numbers, but there is also weight automation and the drum overload alarm works great (it was beeping and there was information on the display as I loaded the tip). on the 15-minute program I sometimes wash and 5 kg and there is no rebellion, but I use it for clothes that I wear once and it's extra
  • #18
    GoBladeer1
    Level 7  
    What about WAN series washing machines?
    - Bosch Serie 4 VarioPerfect WAN2416EPL

    Who writes WAE and how does WAN work?
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    goblinus92
    Level 10  
    The drum in the WAN2416EPL can be dismantled.
  • #21
    julaaa
    Level 2  
    Is the WAN series manufactured in Poland and surely it has a detachable washing unit? I am asking because I found different information on the website ... Could someone comment on the engines :D better to choose Bosch with EcoSilence Drive or traditional, brushed? and why? Best regards and I will be very grateful for the information. A pile of laundry is waiting and the washing machine is missing ... ;-)
  • #22
    marcindu35
    Level 12  
    Julaaa, if you can wait a bit for the washing machine, I would suggest reading about the new Candy Smart Touch washing machines:
    http://www.candy.pl/pl/smart-touch#extra_warranty
    Washing machines are to appear in Polish stores any day. Candy gets good reviews, their washing machines have little emergency. The whole series is to have interesting features, namely the connection via nfc technology with the phone. You will be able to program new washing functions and download additional programs.
  • #23
    julaaa
    Level 2  
    for me, the fairy tale with the phone is another element that can potentially be an emergency ;-) And I haven't heard the best opinions about Candy :(
  • #24
    Przemeek1988
    Level 22  
    julaaa wrote:
    Is the WAN series manufactured in Poland and surely it has a detachable washing unit? I am asking because I found different information on the website ... Could someone comment on the engines :D better to choose Bosch with EcoSilence Drive or traditional, brushed? and why? Best regards and I will be very grateful for the information. A pile of laundry is waiting and the washing machine is missing ... ;-)



    The WAN series is produced in Poland, the washing unit is disassembled, but the bearings are integrated with the rear tank - it is also not possible to replace the bearings as in the WAE series, and you must order the original element from the manufacturer.
  • #25
    julaaa
    Level 2  
    from Bosch I got the answer:

    'Thank you for your message. Both the WAN and WAE series have a removable drum, the bearings are not glued. '

    I get lost in it all :|

    Added after 1 [minutes]:

    what is the price of this 'original item'?
  • #26
    Przemeek1988
    Level 22  
    Washing machine, Bosch or Samsung?

    The consultant is right, the washing unit - the tank is demountable, but as I wrote - the bearings are integrated with the rear tub. I do not know if in all WAN series models or only parts - I talked to BSH about this six months ago, maybe something has already changed here.
    The cost of the rear ladle is about PLN 450 in the factory service, apart from it you will not buy it anyway.
    In the photo below you have an example of the WAN series price list, note that the bearing is not included in the spare parts list.
    Washing machine, Bosch or Samsung?



    And now, for example, the WAE series - here in the technical drawings there is a bearing as a spare part:
    Washing machine, Bosch or Samsung?

    Washing machine, Bosch or Samsung?
  • #27
    lottusOpole
    Level 3  
    This is a mode and can be turned off after running additional options. Due to the fact that this mode has positive functions, it does not make sense to turn it off when everything is working properly. Of course, in the event of a breakdown, for example, of the "frother" drive, switching off the device enables further use of the device, without the need to repair the damage. Additional options can be called by pressing (if I remember correctly) temp. And options simultaneously for a few seconds. Best wishes.
  • #28
    swieczek
    Level 2  
    Hi, let me dig up the topic a bit.

    I am wondering about such models of washing machines:
    - Bosch WLK2427EPL or Bosch WLK2427SPL. Do you know how these models differ?
    - Samsung WF60F4EFW2W
    Which of the two will be better?

    If Bosch, then or not to pay a little extra for this model:
    - Bosch WLT24460PL Serie 6 VarioPerfect

    You can say more about these washing machines. Possibly which one do you recommend and why?
    Thanks in advance for the info :)
  • #29
    wojtek440
    Level 12  
    swieczek wrote:
    Hi, let me dig up the topic a bit.

    I am wondering about such models of washing machines:
    - Bosch WLK2427EPL or Bosch WLK2427SPL. Do you know how these models differ?
    - Samsung WF60F4EFW2W
    Which of the two will be better?

    If Bosch, why not pay a little extra for this model:
    - Bosch WLT24460PL Serie 6 VarioPerfect

    You can say more about these washing machines. Possibly which one do you recommend and why?
    Thanks in advance for the info :)
    I recommend candy. I have had one myself for 5 years and it works flawlessly. Model evo 3 1254ls.
    And if of those mentioned by you, I would take a samsung.
  • #30
    slider2002
    Level 15  
    That household appliances are always the same. What brand you will not ask about, some people will write that it is crap, some that it is good equipment and some are to buy Bosch, for example I will never buy Bosch or Siemens, so recently, after the death of a whirlpool washing machine, I bought a Samsung from the WW series. She washes well. The bubbles work, it's quiet and pretty. And it has nothing to do with swabs ......