Matsui MWM145W Reviews
Product Type: Matsui washing machines
Description:Model ID MWM145W /
Newest Review: ... options you get with a more expensive machine. Its pretty basic in appearance, just white with dials and an on button, no ... more
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Customer Matsui MWM145W Reviews (4)
by amy - written on 24/06/11
my landlord bought this for our flat and it is a complete waste of space its broken down at least 6 times in the past year. it always stops half way through the cycle and will not drain. it has been the same problem everytime. as soon as engineer comes out to fix it the same thing happens again after a few washes. when it does work the washing comes out still very wet. i would recommend spending that little extra money and buying a decent brand machine. stay away from anything thing matsui!
by - written on 21/01/11 (Very useful, 125 readings)
I didn't actually buy my Matsui MWM145W washing machine, it was already installed when I moved into my new flat. A quick google tells me that it currently sells for about £200 so not too expensive and probably good for people on a budget. This washing machine is pretty basic, there are options for pretty much everything you'll need to with it but none of the more sophisticated options you get with a more expensive machine. Its pretty basic in appearance, just white with dials and an on button, no digital displays or touch screens or anything like that! The drum is quite small, so while this machine is fine for me as a single person who does ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/12/10 (Somewhat useful, 47 readings)
I'm usually quite a positive person but when this machine broke down for 3 weeks whilst various engineers replaced parts ranging from the motor to the circuit board I wasn't a happy chappy. Luckily the machine was still in warranty so curry's paid for all the work however I had a huge pile of dirty washing and a mounting laundrette bill. Saying this when the machine has been working the results are great. There are many different cycles to choose from (including quick wash modes) and the machine puts up with several washes a week with usually no difficulty. The controls are very simple to use too. One problem with the simple controls though is that there is no ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/08/10, updated on 20/02/11 (Very useful, 99 readings)
I bought this washing machine from Curry's roughly 4 years ago. My old washing machine had broken down. My son was in cloth nappies and I needed something quick. This was cheap and available for immediate delivery, that was it settled. The basics: Average energy consumption rating: A (On a scale of A-G , A is best) Water consumption: 43 litres Maximum load capacity: 5kg Cold water feed The machine is a basic white, front loading machine with rotary dial control. It has the basic settings for cotton, synthetic, delicate and wool with various temperature settings for each. It also has an economy wash within the cotton setting, ... Read the complete review
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None so far, I can find no problems at all.
sensible programme layout, timer delay.
none so far
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large drum, quick cycle and very quiet
Can sometimes leave washing wet on a quick cycle
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some setting take a long time to wash
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