If you are considering buying AEG washing machines, you are not alone, as AEG-Electrolux is a well-respected brand name when it comes to domestic appliances.
AEG washer is now owned by the Electrolux Group of Sweden, who merged the two brands when it took over the AEG name.
The most important questions that a user might have when it comes to choosing will be:
AEG has freestanding front load models, washer dryers as well as built-in AEG integrated washing machine suitable for building into your kitchen or utility room units. Most of theline is in the standard white colour although there are models such as the AEG L74850M which is stainless steel.
Features & Unique Selling Points
Some of the features of the AEG washing machines UK range include:
When it comes to AEG appliances, all receive "A" Energy Ratings or higher. Some of the newer models are as efficient as A-30%, such as the AEG L84950A3 and L74950A3, which compares very well to other competing brands.
The guarantee period is 12 months parts and labour for all AEG washer dryer and integrated front loading models. Although fairly standard across the washing machine manufacturers, it is not as generous as Bosch (two years if you register online) or Miele (up to ten years with extended guarantee).
AEG washing machines start at just over £300 and more advanced models go over the £700 mark so they are not the cheapest on the market, however many of the reviews indicate a good quality to price ratio.
We found too few reviews on current models to be able to recommend the best AEG laundry appliances.
However, generally, the reviews indicated that AEG washing machine is well made, with a large range of programmes and users especially like the fact that they are very quiet.
AEG Electrolux Lavamat 41 in Action
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