17th January 2023
One of the things you sacrifice when buying a cheap machine is the type of functions you have available.
More expensive washing machines usually come with different wash programs and settings. This can include settings for different clothing types, different temperature controls, easy iron settings, and quick wash and quiet wash settings. More expensive machines will also allow you to save your favourite wash settings. Cheaper washing machines usually come with more basic wash settings.
Although most washing machines do come with a spin setting, a cheaper washing machine may not spin your clothes as effectively. The spin cycle extracts moisture from your clothes and reduces the drying time. Spins are measured in revolutions per minute, with higher revolutions resulting in dryer clothes. Many cheaper machines have lower revolutions per minute spins.
Stain Removal and Pre Wash:
This is a great feature for clothes that are particularly dirty or stained. Families with children or pets and people who work in a messy environment, such as chefs, gardeners, and nursery teachers, may particularly appreciate this feature. Stain removal and pre-wash are not usually available on cheaper machines.
Wash Stage Indicator:
This allows you to see what stage of the cycle your washing machine is on and how much time is left of the cycle. As cheaper washing machines often don’t have a digital screen, you are unlikely to be able to see the progress of the wash.
Delayed Start Option:
This allows you to program your machine to start at a pre-determined time. You can set your machine to complete a wash cycle when you finish work, or for when you wake up in the morning. Cheaper washing machines don’t usually have this feature.
Ebac machines come with all these features and more, whilst still being competitively priced. An Ebac washing machine isn’t going to break the bank but will give you the freedom and flexibility to use your washing machine in a variety of ways.