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Indesit washer-dryers rated

By Liz Ransome-Croker

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Looking for the best washer-dryer combo? If you're considering an Indesit, read on to find out how Indesit washer-dryers score in our tests.

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Indesit washer-dryers uesd to be made by an Italian appliance manufacturer. But the brand has been bought by American appliance giant Whirlpool, which also owns Creda and Hotpoint. 

On this page we reveal whether Indesit washer-dryers are a worth buying or not, using our years of testing know-how. You can find out how well Indesit washer-dryers tend to do in our tests, how many (if any) models have been awarded Best Buys, and whether we think you should buy one. But if you'd rather read reviews of individual models, head to our Indesit washer-dryer reviews

Only logged-in Which? members can view our exclusive ratings and verdicts in the table below. If you're not yet a member, sign up for a £1 Which? trial to get instant access. 

Indesit washer-dryers overview table
Indesit washer-dryers overview table
Number tested in the last three years 7
Number of Best Buys
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Should I buy one?
Table notes Average test score based on results of models tested between August 2009 and December 2016 that are still currently available. Table last updated July 2017.


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How much do Indesit washer-dryers cost?

If you're after a washer-dryer that comes in cheap, Indesit could be the brand for you, as the average cost of an Indesit is around £330. This makes Indesit washer-dryers much cheaper than mid-priced brand Hotpoint – you'd pay around £400 for a Hotpoint washer-dryer. And an Indesit is far cheaper than going for a Samsung washer-dryer – choose a Samsung and you'll be splashing out an average of £850.

Visit our page on the most reliable washer-dryer brands to find out how all these big-players compare.

Choosing the best Indesit washer-dryer

Indesit washer-dryers tend to be quite basic machines with few features – a fact that's reflected in their price, so bear this in mind when you're comparing models and brands. 

Washer-dryers can always wash a larger load than they can dry. The majority of Indesit washer-dryer models are between the 6-9kg wash capacity, but we have tested some that can wash up to 10kg of laundry. Most washer-dryers have a drying capacity of anywhere from 2.5kg to 8kg. We've found that Indesit models' capacity tends to be lower than some of its competitors. 

Most of the Indesit washer-dryer models that we've reviewed tend to have an energy rating label of A. To put this in perspective, washer-dryers are energy rated between A and C, with A deemed to be the most energy-efficient and C the least. 

But our tests have found that you can't always rely on the energy label to be assured you're buying an efficient model. 

Visit our Best Buy washer-dryers to find those models that have scored top in our tests – from all brands.