Beko washing machines are usually affordable and sell in very high numbers in the UK. The Turkish brand also produces Blomberg-branded washing machines.
The table below shows everything you need to know to decide whether you should buy a Beko washing machine. There's a round-up of how Beko washing machines score in our reviews and you can find out how reliable they are.
We've also highlighted the pros and cons of owning a Beko washing machine as we see them, based on our lab testing and owners' surveys, including some key details about the most recent Beko models we've tested.
All the information you'll find here has been independently researched – we buy the Beko washing machines we test ourselves and we run our own surveys to find out what owners really think of their machines.
The average test score is based on results for all models we've tested that are still currently available. The customer score and estimated average lifespan are based on a Which? member survey conducted in September 2020 of 331 Beko owners. The customer score is based on customer satisfaction and whether members would recommend the brand to a friend. Table last updated in December 2020.
Beko is one of the more affordable brands when it comes to washing machines. You won't pay too much for most models – they typically cost between £200 and £300, with Which? members telling us they paid £266 for their last Beko. This puts Beko on a par price-wise with brands such as Hotpoint and Indesit.
If you want to see how Beko compares with other major washing machine manufacturers, check out our . You'll be able to compare how reliable and popular different brands are as well as view our expert verdicts on each of the brands covered.
We've analysed the most common faults typed into Google for Beko washing machines. If their Beko washing machine is not working properly, the problems that owners search for include:
Beko is a popular brand in the UK, with machines selling in huge numbers. You'll find models with special programs, including quick washes, wool and hand-wash programs, and variable spin speeds - but you won't find cutting-edge tech, such as smart washing machines capable of being controlled from your smartphone.
There's a range of drum capacities to choose from, depending on your laundry needs, with the largest Beko machines able to handle a whopping 12kg of laundry. But a 7kg drum is the capacity often recommended for medium-sized households. In this, you could wash about 22 shirts in one go, although a more realistic load might include two pairs of adult jeans, three pairs of children's jeans, four shirts, two bath towels, three small towels, three tea towels and two pillowcases.
You'll be able to find Beko washing machines in white, black or silver, which is handy for those concerned with matching their appliances to their kitchen or laundry room.