AEG L7WE7631BI review
Test scoreShow Context
The AEG L7WE7631BI integrated washer-dryer can handle a decent 7kg of washing, but its drying capacity is a little small, at only 4kg. AEG claims that its ProSense Technology automatically adapts cycle times based on load size to reduce water and energy use. Sounds smart, but does it work? We tested both as part of our tough lab trials to find out. See how it fared in our full integrated washer-dryer review.
- Pros and cons
- What is it?
- What's it great at?
- Is there anything I should watch out for?
- Is there anything else I should know?
- Should I buy it?
First reviewed by Which?
Compare retailersPrices updated daily
Prices are ordered from lowest to highest, irrespective of retailer rating or stock, and exclude any potential delivery costs. We are not able to show every possible retailer and cheaper prices may be available. When you click on a retailer link on our site, we may earn affiliate commission. This supports our not-for-profit mission to empower consumers and in no way affects our recommendations. Find out more.
Make smarter choices
- 45%Lowest score
- 60%Average score
- 75%Highest score
Which washer-dryer brand to buy in 2020
Buy a washer-dryer that will last. Discover the top washer-dryer brands for customer satisfaction and reliability. Find out how popular brands score, including Beko, Bosch, Hotpoint, John Lewis, Indesit, Hoover, Miele and Samsung.
How we test washer-dryers
Which? tests washer-dryers to rigorous standards to see which washer-dryers are best at cleaning and drying clothes. Our How we Test guide can tell you how we find the best and worst washer-dryers to help you avoid disappointment
Top five washer-dryers for 2021
Which? best of the best washer-dryer reviews give you the inside track on the top five washer-dryers that are worth spending your money on. We reveal the washer-dryers that will leave your laundry spotless and cupboard-ready.