Hotpoint WMBF742P Washing Machine Aquarius 7kg Polar White
Unique innovations of Hotpoint WMBF742P Washing Machine are combined with energy efficiency to deliver outstanding performance that also save you time and money. The Polar White finished Hotpoint WMBF742P Washing Machine has a choice of 16 different programmes. The shirts programme is designed to wash shirts with care and ensures that creasing is reduced to make ironing easier. Apart from this, the Hotpoint WMBF742P Washing Machine also has Bed and Bath, Lingerie and Silk programmes. The Bed and Bath programme has been specially designed to wash bulky loads of bedding and towels efficiently in just under two hours, with great cleaning performance. Boasting an A++ energy efficiency rating, a 7kg loading capacity, 1400 rpm spin speed and B spin performance, the feature packed Hotpoint WMBF742P Washing Machine has cutting-edge design that meets advanced technologies.
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540 (Excludes knobs, door and pipework)
First for stain removal. New anti-stain technology removes stubborn every day stains. At the touch of a button it cleverly manages water, agitation and temperature to ensure the hardest of stains are lifted, whilst always protecting fabrics. At first, the 40°C phase removes enzymatic stains, and the next phase keeps water temperature at a constantly controlled 43°C. This is the special Anti Stain Treatment phase, which removes 20 of the most stubborn everyday stains.
Requires 5mm clearance on either side of appliance
10 years parts and 1 years labour, subject to registration within 28 days of delivery with Hotpoint.
Like most modern washing machines, this one is cold fill only. Some older washers also have a hot water intake, but in reality, little hot water ever gets into these machines on most washes. This is because hot water cools rapidly in household water pipes, and by the time it starts to run hot the washing machine has almost finished filling. This is particularly true nowadays because modern washing machines use a lot less water than they used to.