But I can assure you that manufacturers are "persuaded" to provide products that meet certain price points or AN Retailer wont stock the brand.
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adamhornsby wrote:Hello everyone, another post from someone related to the trade, since I am an apprentice for an award winning kitchen designer in Yorkshire, I think this is relevant.
We only deal with Neff and Miele appliances, of course we can order the other cheap 's**t' as my boss puts it.
Time after time I've heard and read of people buying cheap appliances and can't see the point in it, since the humble washing machine especially has such a large job to do and is in constant use, it does get some wear and tear, and the cheaper they are they'll fail quicker.
So why does £1000 for a washing machine sound daft? Everyone I've asked says its a daft amount, they'd rather have low end Beko or Indesit tat.
Of course you pay your money and you get what you get, but out of all the brands, Miele is the most trustworthy, theres nothing doubtful about it since they are designed and built to last, if it were a car it'd be a Rools Royce I reckon.
Besides, I can see why there's such people as kitchen designers, because that kitchen in the money saving link looks appaling!
I definitely could do a better job than that with me eyes closed!
adamhornsby wrote:there was spelling and grammer mistakes all over the place,
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