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Beko WTG721M1

38 Reviews

$387.00

7kg
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61dB
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1,200 RPM
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$570
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Jul 2016
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Beko WTG641M1

35 Reviews

$352.00

6kg
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1,400 RPM
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$500
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

QHow much is a kilogram of laundry when measuring capacity?
A1kg of washing equates to approximately a single change of clothes (for example top, jeans, underwear, socks). Therefore an 8kg washing machine will be able to hold clothing approximate to 8 'outfits'
QWhat is the average noise of a washing machine?
AOn average, washing machines make between 50-60db of noise. This means the are fairly quiet - nothing that will disrupt daily life.
QWhat is the benefit of faster spin speed?
AFaster spin speeds mean that the water will be removed from the clothing faster and more efficiently, meaning they are less damp at the end of the cycle.
QWhat is a load balancing system?
AA load balancing system helps to spread the clothes evenly around the drum of the washing machine, rather than have them all bunch in a single place. This helps keep the machine more stable while in the spin cycle.

Washing Machine Buying Guide

Washing machines come in 2 different forms - top loading or front loading. While these two forms largely do the same thing, there are some small advantages and differences between them:

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Top Loading

These washing machines tend to be older, and don’t have quite as much power, but because of this they are quieter and cheaper. Clothes are loaded into a hatch in the top of the machine - because of this they require less bending to load, which may be a boon for elderly people or those with back problems. The top-loading means that it can’t be stacked under other white goods, since you’ll need access to the top of the machine.

Front Loading

These comprise of the majority of washing machines. Clothes are loaded into a hole in the front of the machine. These machines generally are newer and have more power than top loading machines, though are also more expensive. This extra power comes with increased noise and vibration, which may be detrimental depending on where you’re going to be installing the machine. Finally, some brands of front loading machines can be stacked on top of each other, saving valuable space in flats and smaller utility rooms.

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Additionally, some washing machines come as integrated - meaning they are altered to look like a cupboard or part of the work surface. These types of machines generally cost more than a standalone model, but may be worth the expense to gain a more streamlined and design-focussed kitchen.

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Spin Speed, Noise & Vibration

Most modern washing machines will have a spin cycle that can run at the end of the wash, to remove excess water and mean the clothes dry faster. Higher spin speeds mean the clothes dry faster and more efficiently, but there is a tradeoff: higher spin speeds mean more noise and vibration from the machine while it is running.

Noise levels for washing machines are measures in Db - most washing machines fall between 60-70Db, which is generally equivalent to the noise of a vacuum cleaner running.

Vibration is harder to measure, but generally speaking the faster the spin speed, the more the machine will move around when you use it. Newer models have special technology to reduce the amount of vibration given off by the spin cycle - look for these machines if you want quieter washing cycles.

Capacity & Size Of Machine

The capacity of the drum in your washing machine will determine how many clothes you can fit in a single wash. Drum capacity is measured in Kg, with a single Kg being equivalent to a single outfit. Bigger washing machines have bigger capacities, which may be necessary for families - single people and couples may find it far cheaper and more energy efficient to buy a smaller machine.

Programs

Modern washing machines come with a variety of different programs to handle different types of clothing, levels of dirt, etc. Most machines will include programs for white and coloured washing, as well as delicates and quick cycles. More advanced machines may also have more specialist programs, with cycles catering specifically to the safe washing of woollen jumpers, pillows, jeans and even shoes. While not all of these programs may be necessary, more programs is generally a good sign of a higher-end and more capable washing machine.

All washing machines are graded on their energy efficiency. The higher the grade, the less energy will be used per wash, and the cheaper the washing machine will be to run. Look for a machine graded at A++ or above for the best efficiency in daily use.

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Price Range of Beko Washing Machines

Beko washing machines range in price from $354 to $392, and the average price of Beko washing machines is $373 which is the 6th highest average price of all washing machine brands.

How Good Are Beko Washing Machines?

We have analysed 99 expert reviews and 26,711 user reviews for washing machines and used these reviews to calculate an average rating for Beko washing machines of 86%. This makes Beko the 14th best washing machine brand according to customer reviews.

When Are Most New Beko Washing Machines Released?

The most common period for new Beko washing machines to be released in is between June and August. If you want the latest Beko washing machine features you may want to consider waiting until June 2019. It's also worth keeping in mind that the price of the current Beko washing machines tend to drop off when the next models are released. June was the biggest month in 2018 for new Beko washing machines, with seven new Beko washing machines released that month. In October 2017, 16 new Beko washing machines were released making it the biggest month that year for new Beko washing machine releases. In 2016 most new Beko washing machines were released in August, with 32 new Beko washing machines released that month.

How Fast Do Beko Washing Machine Prices Drop After Release?

Most washing machines drop in price by 9% in the first 6 months after release, however Beko washing machines tend to depreciate slower. On average, in the first 6 months after release, Beko washing machines drop in price by 4%. That means that on a typical Beko washing machine costing $908 you could save on average $37 by waiting 6 months before buying.

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