One of the appliances that makes our daily lives easier is the washing machine. As a result, a lot of attention should be paid while choosing it, especially because you will most likely live with it for many years.

It is critical to know your exact needs before making a selection when purchasing a washing machine. For that reason, we've compiled a list of 5 things to think about before purchasing a washing machine.

  1. Keep an eye on the load capacity. 

If you have a large family, you'll need a washing machine that can manage a larger load, but if you're single or have a small family, a small load washing machine will do, which will save you money.

  1. Pay special attention to the washing machine's settings.

Many fully automatic washing machines include multiple programs for different sorts of laundry, such as delicate, laundry, jeans, and wool washing, among others. Choose a washing machine based on the features that are most important to your lifestyle and your comfort. And while we’re on the topic of comfort, if the washing machine noise is your biggest pet peeve, there are models that make almost no noise, such as Vestel’s quietest model - WB812G - which’s loudness is only 39DB.

  1. Keep a close eye on the model's rotation cycles.

It's vital to have a spin cycle with indicated types of rotations, depending on the sort of fabric and apparel you wish to wash. A washing machine should have a lot of options of cycles. if. you want to wash delicate clothes it should be done on 300-500 rotation a minute, and heavier clothes should be washed with an option of 1000 spins a minutes. Knowing this will make it easier for you to know which is the right model for your needs. For example if you always wash heavy, strong material things W1014 TDS would be a great model for you, which has 1400 rpm and can handle any type of clothes thoroughly. 

  1. Keep in mind that an energy-efficient washing machine is preferable.

How effective is your washing machine in terms of energy and water conservation? A cost-effective washing machine saves money in the long term. Pay attention to the rating; washing machines range from A +++ (most efficient) to D (least efficient). A washing machine with A +++ rating is the most environmentally friendly. A great example of this is the WB914L - the most efficient model with pyroject technology. 

  1. Check to see if the washing machine has a dryer.

If you have a busy lifestyle and don't have time to dry your clothes, the washing machine's built-in dryer may be a viable alternative. You will save both time and energy by doing so. For example you can do this with Vestel’s D 914 GDS - washing machine slash dryer.

We hope those advices will make your life easier by helping you make the right decision.

Article Author Vestel Georgia, 2021-06-28