Siemens WM14Q478GB Freestanding Washing Machine, 8kg Load, A+++ Energy Rating, 1400rpm Spin, White

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With Siemens' WM14Q478GB A+++ energy efficient washing machine you'll always be able to find the right setting for your clothes. From sportswear through to delicates and silk, there's a setting for most fabrics. You can even select the rapid 15 minute wash if you're in a rush. Rapid 15 If you're in a rush you can select the ‘rapid 15' option and your clothes will be clean and fresh in just 15 minutes! Reload The reload feature is perfect for those times when you've misplaced a sock on the way to the washing machine or someone has just brought down that extra shirt for washing. speedPerfect By selecting speedPerfect along with your chosen wash setting, the wash time will be reduced automatically by up to 60%. You'll save time and still have amazingly clean and fresh laundry. Special Programmes: Sportswear Rapid 15 minute quick wash Textile guard re-proofing programme Aquatronic wash system Reload facility Multiple water protection   Features: ecoPerfect - reduces your energy use by up to 30% speedPerfect Wash time (6kg at 60°C) - 240min Delicate wash Less ironing option Digital display Flood protection Hand wash Quick wash Sequence indicator Time remaining indicator Time delay - up to 24 hours Variable temperature control Wool programme   Available to view in our shops. This product is available to view in most of our shops. Please call your local branch to find out if it's currently on display. Click here to find your closest John Lewis.

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