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January sales deal of the week: save £200 on this washing machine

Get £200 off this Miele washing machine


Looking for a new washing machine in the January sales? We found this Miele washing machine reduced by £200 at Hughes Direct. 

Miele claims the ‘honeycomb’ drum in the W1724 washing machine will clean clothes faster, distribute detergent better and cushion the laundry for gentle cleaning.

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The claims sound impressive, but will it really clean clothes brilliantly while being fast and gentle?

Which? members can find out by seeing how the Miele W1724 washing machine did in our rigorous lab tests.

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How we test washing machines 

You can’t tell in the shop how well a washing machine will clean your clothes, how fast it is or how much energy and water it will use. In our lab we put each washing machine through over 300 tests which look at:

  • How well each washing machine cleans tough stains like olive oil, ink and grease on a range of fabrics, including towels, shirts and sheets
  • Whether it rinses and spins clothes thoroughly to remove detergent, without leaving clothes dripping wet
  • How much energy and water it uses, and therefore how much it will cost you to run
  • How noisy and irritating it is.

Deal of the week

Spotted this Miele W1724 washing machine for less elsewhere? Let us know – email bargains@which.co.uk with the details and we’ll update this page. All prices correct at 10am on Friday 4 January 2013.

Visit the Hughes Direct website to buy this Miele W1724 washing machine.

UPDATE – Hughes Direct now offer this washing machine at a discount of £150, price correct as of 16 January 2013. You can view prices from other retailers by visiting our prices page for the Miele W1724.

Check out our January Sales 2013 guide to find the best deals on the high street.

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