Price Guide

We appreciate everyone has different budgets and affordability. Our advice is to always buy the best machine you can – it will save you money in the medium to longer-term.


Spend around £569. Avoid machines under £400, they will not last.


Spend around £579. A cheaper 8kg washing machine may develop problems quickly.


Spend around £649. Larger loads – mean larger forces are exerted on the machine components. Buying a higher quality machine of this size is even more important to ensure durability and reliability.


Spend around £679. Dealing with large loads at 10kg it's imperative to buy a higher quality machine.

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Add garments during wash

Every Ebac machine allows you to pause the program mid-cycle and add any garments to the wash. We don't need special doors to do that.

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Auto Dosing

Whilst auto dosing is useful the dosing drawers frequently get clogged up with detergent and they are prone to overdosing as you cant see how much they are putting into the drum.

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Steam generation to remove wrinkles is a complex technology is can break down. Every time you add more technology to a product there are more things that can go wrong.

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Other tech

Special bubbles, holes in the drum, and filters are all unnecessary complexities that won't improve your washing performance.

Should I buy ‘fancy’ technology?

In our research 87% of families use the same 3 programs every time they use their machine. Many people regret buying technology-based machines as they either never use the technology, or it breaks down a lot.