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Subject: Black Appliances
Category: Family and Home > Home
Asked by: slugmeister-ga
List Price: $6.00
Posted: 26 Sep 2006 07:45 PDT
Expires: 26 Oct 2006 07:45 PDT
Question ID: 768534
Where can I buy a black washer (clothes washer) in the UK?  What is
the model number of this washer?  Who mannufactures it?  I want to buy
a black washer to match my black fridge.  I cannot find a black washer
anywehere.  I have found a few black washers in the USA, but I live in
the UK and need a washer for this market.
Answer  
Subject: Re: Black Appliances
Answered By: umiat-ga on 26 Sep 2006 13:56 PDT
Rated:5 out of 5 stars
 
Hello, slugmeister-ga! 


 I hope these models work for you!


LG WM1437BFD Direct Drive Washing Machine In Black
====================================================
http://www.callde.co.uk/lg_wm1437bfd.asp

Direct Drive Washing Machine 

1400 Rpm 

8Kg Capacity 

Dual Spray System 

Alpha generator - sterilisation 

Energy rating A++ 

Load Sensor System 

Steam refresh 

9 programmes 

13 Special Options 

Door Lock Indication 

Error Message Indication 

Error Message Indication/Alarm 

Running Time indicator 

Start/Pause Indication 

Time Delay (hour) 

Black 

H x W x D (mm): 842 x 600  x 600

939.98 including VAT and Free Delivery


* I went through the order process on this item and it showed it as available.




Siemens Black Washing Machine
===============================
http://www.ogormans.co.uk/siemens_washing_machines.htm

Model. WXL127AGB 1200 rpm variable spin 

 (A) Wash Performance 
 (A+) Energy rating 
 (C) Spin performance 
 Large 13lb  (6kg) Load  
 15 Programmes incl. hand wash, short wash 
 Double Glazed large Chrome Door
Time Delay and Time Remaining Indicator 
 Dynamic motion control sensor 
 Water consumption 53 litres 
 Size H 852 W 600 D 590 mm 
 Finished In Graphite 

Mail Order Price 639
FREE UK DELIVERY
FREE 5 Year Guarantee 

* I could not proceed with an order since I would have had to provide
my credit card, so it may show up as unavailable when you actually
proceed to checkout.


==


Also see:


SIEMENS WXL127A - 1200 SPIN SPEED GRAPHITE WASHING MACHINE
http://www.kitchenscience.co.uk/home_laundry/washing_machines/free_standing_washing_machines/siemens_wxl127a.html


SIEMENS WXL127A
http://www.comet.co.uk/comet/html/cache/49_275476.html?cm_ven=Pricerunner&cm_cat=Feed&cm_pla=Washing_Machines&cm_ite=275476_SIEMENS_WXL127A


==


Sincerely,

umiat


Search Strategy

UK black washing machine
slugmeister-ga rated this answer:5 out of 5 stars and gave an additional tip of: $1.00
Sorry for the delay.  Excellent research.

Comments  
Subject: Re: Black Appliances
From: triumfdoogooder-ga on 26 Sep 2006 15:49 PDT
 
Match fridge and washers?  Do they put fridge in laundry rooms in UK?
Subject: Re: Black Appliances
From: slugmeister-ga on 26 Sep 2006 17:54 PDT
 
here in england (london at least) the washing machine is in the
kitchen.  the spot where my non-existant dishwasher should be is where
the washing machine is placed.

i'm american and i find this to be all to strange.  don't even get me
started on "american fridge's" vs british ones.
Subject: Re: Black Appliances
From: tardis-ga on 27 Sep 2006 11:03 PDT
 
Actually I am totally intrigued by this...what about the American
fridges vs. British ones. What are the British ones like?? (I am
American and just curious)
Subject: Re: Black Appliances
From: probonopublico-ga on 29 Sep 2006 11:10 PDT
 
Hi Angela

I have to ask:

Do you really want another BLACK appliance?

Black is decidedly passe: the colours in vogue are stainless steel,
silver or white.

I urge you to buy a silver model. Otherwise when your fridge goes pop
you will then feel obliged to buy another black model and that might
be difficult.

NOTE FOR ALL AMERICANS:

British fridges are like American ones.

See for yourself by checking them out on Amazon.co.uk

Bryan
Subject: Re: Black Appliances
From: kemlo-ga on 29 Sep 2006 14:53 PDT
 
Dear Slugg

Here in England not everybody has a refrierator or even wants one and
as for a dishwasher they either married one or procreate to provide
several.


Kemlo
Subject: American Fridges vs UK fridges
From: slugmeister-ga on 01 Oct 2006 01:49 PDT
 
What is called "An American Fridge" over here in the UK is typically a
double door fridge.  The doors being side by side.  These fridges
often have ice makers and water disposal.  These fridges are bigger
than the British ones here.  I purchased an "American fridge" from
Currys.  When it came time to deliver it I was told that Curry's don't
deliver American fridges above the ground floor.  So then I had to
hire a moving company to move my fridge up 2 flights of steps.  In the
end it turned out that the fridge was too large to fit up the stair
well.  Apparently it's a "health & safety" issue with Currys about
delivering these fridges.  I was told that they are too heavy. 
Americans get tehse fridges deliverd everyday.  I suspect some
laziness on the part of Currys
Subject: Black is the new black
From: slugmeister-ga on 01 Oct 2006 01:55 PDT
 
> Black is decidedly passe: the colours in vogue are stainless steel,
> silver or white.

This is where you're wrong.  Stainless steel is on its way out. 
Everyone and their mother are getting stainless steel appliances. 
Sure, if you want to be boring like everyone else then white or
stainless steel is the way to go.  Within 5 years your place will look
dated.

> I urge you to buy a silver model. Otherwise when your fridge goes pop
> you will then feel obliged to buy another black model and that might
> be difficult.

By the time I need my fridge replaced I'm going to sell my flat and
move back to America.
Subject: Re: Black Appliances
From: probonopublico-ga on 01 Oct 2006 02:50 PDT
 
Aw, Angela ...

Please don't leave the UK ...

We like having you here!

Bryan
Subject: Re: Black Appliances
From: umiat-ga on 10 Oct 2006 07:14 PDT
 
Thank you very much!

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