Which? reveals Don’t Buy washer-dryersDon’t waste your money on terrible washer-dryers

28 September 2012

The latest washer-dryers to be reviewed by Which? reveal two that are a waste of money, one that will save on bills and a monster 11kg capacity model - the biggest we’ve tested.

The washer-dryers we’ve reviewed include a couple of affordable washer-dryers, large washer dryers, an integrated model and six freestanding washer-dryers from John Lewis, AEG, Hotpoint, Indesit, Hoover, Baumatic and Candy.

Our tests have revealed washer-dryers you must avoid, a fantastic model with a surprising setback and one washer-dryer that insists on making a whirring noise whenever it’s on.

Our independent washer-dryer reviews will reveal all the information you need to know before buying; how well it works, how easy it is to use and how much it will add to your bills.

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Washer-dryers behaving badly

A Don’t Buy washer-dryer has a nasty habit of leaving clothes dirty and full of detergent. Their drying cycles are so time consuming, you’ll need to expand your movie collection to deal with the long waits.

You won’t be able to tell in the shops which of the models we’ve tested are a nightmare, so click the links below to go straight to our latest washer dryer reviews before parting with your cash.

Huge 11kg washer-dryer

If you’re doing enough laundry to clothe a small army, you might be interested in the 11kg capacity washer-dryer we’ve just tested.

The biggest we’ve reviewed to date, not only will it wash a vast amount of clothing, it’ll dry up to 7kg – but does it do a good job? Find out if it’s any good by clicking on the link below.

Freestanding washer-dryers

  • Hoover WDYN 9666PG-80
  • (11kg model, white coloured door)
  • (11kg model, grey or 'tungsten' coloured door)
  • Hotpoint WDPG9640P Aquarius+
  • Hotpoint WDUD9640P Ultima

Integrated washer-dryer

  • AEG L61271WDBI

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