- 8kg max load and A+++ rated
- 1,400rpm spin and 15 programmes
- Approx. £31 a year running cost
Good wash results, frugal electricity and water consumption with full loads, and sharp styling rarely come together on a washing machine at the Hisense WFH8014
’s budget-busting price. The sub £300 machine uses sensor technology to determine the size of your load and adjusts water, energy and time for the most energy-efficient wash. What’s more, the big porthole door is right up there with current styling trends
Day to day, the WFH8014 is a breeze to use – a feature busy families with big washing loads will appreciate. It performed incredibly well on our stain strip tests, and even comes with a rather old-school 95oC wash cycle, designed as an antibacterial wash for sterilising clothes and linens.
The real boon with this machine is its running cost. As long as you feed it a hefty load, it’ll bring big savings on electricity and water. Run lots of half loads, however, and even the machine’s Eco mode won’t save you. This is a washing machine for some serious heavy duty family use.At the time of the review the Hisense WFH8014 was available for £259