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Presenting Samsung WF90F5E3U4W ecobubble Washing Machine that gets more out of your laundry detergent, all thanks to ecobubble™ technology. Inside is a unique bubble generator that dissolves detergent thoroughly and injects it with air to produce rich, soapy foam.
Even at cooler temperatures, this foam penetrates fabrics faster, cleaning as effectively as a warm standard cycle. The result? A gentle clean that saves energy. As well as an outstanding A+++ energy rating, the WF90F5E3U4W washing machine is also equipped with a host of useful features. A Digital Inverter Motor uses magnets rather than brushes to drive the drum - meaning quieter, long-lasting performance.
Samsung's Diamond Drum design means that the holes inside the drums are 75% smaller than those in a standard drum, helping to prevent fabrics from getting damaged. The WF90F5E3U4W also offers a range of programmes, including a 15 minute quick wash for when time is tight, and a special "Stain Away" programme designed specifically to help combat a wide selection of the toughest stains. All of this is backed up by Samsung's free 5-year full parts and labour warranty (available by redemption), giving you peace of mind that your new washing machine will be giving you outstanding performance for many years to come.
Key Features: Ecobubble™ technology improves wash performance in cool water, reducing energy Consumption and therefore saving you money 5 year parts and labour warranty for complete peace of mind A Digital Inverter Motor uses magnets rather than brushes to drive the drum - meaning quieter, long-lasting performance Diamond Drum design helps to look after your fabrics 15min quick wash 19 hour delay end timer Variable spin and speed Smart Check - diagnose issues using your smartphone StainAway programme