Hoover DXOA69L Washing Machine, 9kg, 1600rpm, A+++ Energy Rating, White

£269.99

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Product specifications

Auto Dose
NO
Automatic Load Adjustment
YES
Average annual energy cost
£21.80
Brand
Hoover
Child lock
NO
Country of Origin
China
Delay Start
Yes - up to 24 hours
Delicate Wash
YES
Digital display
YES
Dimensions
H85 x W60 x D52cm
Energy Consumption Per Standard Cycle
49L
Energy Consumption- Washing and Spinning
1.21kWh
Energy Rating
A+++
Estimated Annual Energy Consumption
218kWh
Estimated Annual Water Consumption- Washing and Spinning
10600 litres
Hand wash
YES
Load Capacity
9kg
Manufacturer Part Number (MPN)
8016361957077
Maximum Spin Speed
1600rpm
Model name / number
DXOA69LW3
Noise Level- Spin Cycle
82dB
Noise Level- Wash Cycle
61dB
Number of Programs/Settings
16
Overflow protection
YES
Program Sequence Indicator
YES
Quick wash
YES
Quiet Mark
NO
Slim depth
YES
Spin performance
A
Time remaining indicator
YES
Type
Freestanding
Variable temperature control
YES
Wash performance
A
Water Consumption Per Standard Cycle
49L
Water supply (fill type)
Cold fill
Weight
68kg
Wool Programme
YES

Brand information

Hoover

Birth of Hoover and of the first vacuum cleaner in history

A box, a fan, a silk pillowcase and a broomstick - this is how the first vacuum cleaner in history was born. The idea that transformed these simple elements into one of the most revolutionary technologies of the past century belongs to James Spangler, a night watchman in New Berlin, Ohio, who suffered from asthma and was tired of breathing the dust raised by the upright in the shop he worked in. James patented the invention and dreamt of bringing it into every house in America. He needed someone who believed in his project and with the skills and the resources to execute it.

He decided to send this first, rudimentary vacuum cleaner to his cousin, Susan Hoover - a move that made his fortune. Susan tried using it for a few days at home and became an enthusiastic supporter. She showed it to her husband, William Hoover, the owner of a small business that produced leather items and sold them in his shop in New Berlin. Years among customers had allowed him to become well acquainted with the market. As a far-sighted entrepreneur he immediately sensed the enormous potential of this futuristic “stick”. He bought the patent and started production, establishing the company with the name - The Hoover Company. It was 1908.

At first the small production plant manufactured six vacuum cleaners a day for the local market but, thanks to a free trial offer, requests multiplied by the day, until industrial scale production was needed to satisfy the ever increasing demand. In a very short time, the word “hoover” became part of the English language and synonymous with “cleaning with a vacuum cleaner”. It is still used today.

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