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    • We are looking for a new stove with self cleaning oven feature. Costco has one for 899 but this is the same price at most other appliance stores and some even at 849. It is supposed to be boxing week special but no transparency on regular price. Is there even any advantage to buy at Costco?
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    • Yes, always.
      most of the time, NOT ALWAYS. some products are priced identical online and in store.
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    • are there any comments on the actual costco deals in this thread? or all just which company sucks the most at making dishwashers?
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    • I do know you should never get a fridge with water or ice in the door.
      Just to clarify in general yes more complexity increases the odds of issues but more to the point that if it does have an ice machine make sure it is located in the freezer compartment and not the refrigerator area. Poorly engineered/insulated icemakers located in the warmer refrigerator area are at high risk of malfunctioning and icing completely over.
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    • How about a brand like Fisher & Paykel?
      Made by General Electric, so should be ok.
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    • I would agree that LG washers and dryers are supposedly very good, but:

      Appliance repair guy just posted this on Reddit: REddit
      Frigidaire is generally cheaper, but their appliances are louder than other brands. Electrolux is their fancy version of Frigidaire, so that’s not a bad choice if you aren’t bothered by the price.

      LG and Samsung are almost the EXACT same on the inside. But the parts aren’t technically interchangeable anyways, and LG has waaaaaay better consumer protections (if you buy an Lg don’t bother with extended warranty, or calling a local company to fix it. Just call LG and they’ll fix your appliance for a flat rate that’s listed on their appliance website, and it WILL be cheaper than a local company)

      However LG fridges are the most likely to fail of any brand. And Samsung fridges are the only ones on market that can break in such a way I tell people I may not be able to fix it, since the problem is related to how it’s built, and not a faulty part on the fridge.

      Whirlpool, Maytag, armana,kitchenaid, jennair are all the exact same company. If you’re buying expensive don’t bother with jennair since it’s just a more expensive kitchenaid. But all their cheaper brands are fairly good. But try and avoid touch screens if you can. Whirlpool sucks at making touch screens.

      Otherwise they’re all fairly similar. Most brands are designed with a failure rate of 5% within the first year. So whatever you buy has a high chance of making it outside of warranty. But will most likely have some issue within 4-7 years, regardless of brand.

      So generally I recommend the best deal you can get before everything else quality wise.

      I could literally go on for hours on this topic haha.

      Oh, and never spend big money on a microwave, they all have the same, cheap internals, regardless of how much you spend on it. And they’re almost always not worth fixing outside of warranty because of the prices of those parts.
      If the guy is in the US it might be different than Canada. Not sure LG service is good in Canada, But I can be wrong.
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    • All I can say is I have 5 LG appliances and they've been rock solid for going on six to ten years. I am a bit of a pedant with reading the installation manuals and installing correctly. The installer for the dishwasher tried to put a loop on the drain when the manual specifically says don't. Fridge guy tried to turn on the unit immediately, and the manual says to wait 24 hours. Etc etc.

      I do know you should never get a fridge with water or ice in the door.
      Sure you have to install things correctly but it doesn't matter when cheap parts are used. In 2020 the pump on my 11 month old dishwasher broke and the repair guy said it was the second one that week on the same model that he had to replace. Bought a new fridge from Costco this April. Waited the correct amount of time to plug it in and the first one froze food even on the warmest setting and the compressor started making a loud noise after 2 days. They sent me another one and the deli drawer was warped and wouldn't slide and the freezer fan made a rattling noise.
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    • How about a brand like Fisher & Paykel?
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    • I take back what I said about LG washers having a good reputation, they're hit and miss too. Just read the following comment on Engadget :

      The parts that are going to break on a new appliance are the same ones that are going to break whether or not it has any additional “smart” functionality.

      We just bought, and ultimately returned a brand new LG Washer from Best Buy. They had to take it back - twice - because the pump was not powerful enough to actually drain the liquid from the unit. Apparently all the new units use weaker pumps now compared to even relatively recent however “old” washers.


      Engadget
      I'm tired of all the junk that most manufacturers are making these days. They use cheaper and cheaper materials and parts every year and it's at the point where the item can't even do what it's supposed to do or if it does it doesn't last and stops working years before it should. It would be so much better for them to use better materials and parts to make a reliable product and increase the price rather than keeping the price lower and using crap parts to lower the cost. I'd gladly pay a bit more for an item that works and lasts like it should.
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    • Just going to throw my personal appliance history in, probably not that relevant since companies change over time.

      I own a front loading Maytag washing machine for about 2 years now after I threw out my 8 yr old Samsung washing machine when the drum bearing seized. So far it's good, I'm careful to wipe out the rubber seal after each use since it's known to get mouldy.

      I own a GE top freezer basic refrigerator for 18 years now, no issues

      I own a Whirlpool electric smooth top stove for 18 years now, no issues.

      I own a Samsung dryer for 10 years now, so far no issues. ( Friends don't let friends buy Samsung, maybe this is an exception ? )

      I own a Kitchenaid stainless steel dishwasher for 17 years now, no issues, but barely use it.
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    • Miele is supposed to be really good but is outrageously expensive. Bosch is known for their excellent dishwashers, but I'm not sure about refrigerators and washing machines since that seems to be the appliances that everyone is having problems with. At least Bosch stands behind their products as someone posted earlier,.
      Miele is hit and miss depending where you buy them. For example they have a line specifically for home depot that has the same model numbers as anywhere else but are built much cheaper and not to the same standards.
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    • What about the "premium" brands like Miele and Brosch?
      Miele is supposed to be really good but is outrageously expensive. Bosch is known for their excellent dishwashers, but I'm not sure about refrigerators and washing machines since that seems to be the appliances that everyone is having problems with. At least Bosch stands behind their products as someone posted earlier,.
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    • .
      If ultimately everything is nothing, then I can decide what everything means. This very moment is my joie de vivre.
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    • I would agree that LG washers and dryers are supposedly very good, but:

      Appliance repair guy just posted this on Reddit: REddit
      Frigidaire is generally cheaper, but their appliances are louder than other brands. Electrolux is their fancy version of Frigidaire, so that’s not a bad choice if you aren’t bothered by the price.

      LG and Samsung are almost the EXACT same on the inside. But the parts aren’t technically interchangeable anyways, and LG has waaaaaay better consumer protections (if you buy an Lg don’t bother with extended warranty, or calling a local company to fix it. Just call LG and they’ll fix your appliance for a flat rate that’s listed on their appliance website, and it WILL be cheaper than a local company)

      However LG fridges are the most likely to fail of any brand. And Samsung fridges are the only ones on market that can break in such a way I tell people I may not be able to fix it, since the problem is related to how it’s built, and not a faulty part on the fridge.

      Whirlpool, Maytag, armana,kitchenaid, jennair are all the exact same company. If you’re buying expensive don’t bother with jennair since it’s just a more expensive kitchenaid. But all their cheaper brands are fairly good. But try and avoid touch screens if you can. Whirlpool sucks at making touch screens.

      Otherwise they’re all fairly similar. Most brands are designed with a failure rate of 5% within the first year. So whatever you buy has a high chance of making it outside of warranty. But will most likely have some issue within 4-7 years, regardless of brand.

      So generally I recommend the best deal you can get before everything else quality wise.

      I could literally go on for hours on this topic haha.

      Oh, and never spend big money on a microwave, they all have the same, cheap internals, regardless of how much you spend on it. And they’re almost always not worth fixing outside of warranty because of the prices of those parts.
      What about the "premium" brands like Miele and Brosch?
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    • I take back what I said about LG washers having a good reputation, they're hit and miss too. Just read the following comment on Engadget :
      All I can say is I have 5 LG appliances and they've been rock solid for going on six to ten years. I am a bit of a pedant with reading the installation manuals and installing correctly. The installer for the dishwasher tried to put a loop on the drain when the manual specifically says don't. Fridge guy tried to turn on the unit immediately, and the manual says to wait 24 hours. Etc etc.

      I do know you should never get a fridge with water or ice in the door.
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    • I have an LG, it's been solid as a rock.
      I take back what I said about LG washers having a good reputation, they're hit and miss too. Just read the following comment on Engadget :

      The parts that are going to break on a new appliance are the same ones that are going to break whether or not it has any additional “smart” functionality.

      We just bought, and ultimately returned a brand new LG Washer from Best Buy. They had to take it back - twice - because the pump was not powerful enough to actually drain the liquid from the unit. Apparently all the new units use weaker pumps now compared to even relatively recent however “old” washers.


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    • Anyone Gillette razors are on sale inside warehouse?
      Obviously. They can't sell them outside, it's too damn cold !
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    • I have an LG, it's been solid as a rock.
      What do you think gravel is made out of ?

















      Hint: LG appliances...😂
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    • Yes, always.
      Usually, but not always. For example, some TVs were listed for the same price online as they were in-store and another TV was listed for $3 less in-store compared to online.
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    • Anyone seen any deals on 85 inch TVs
      I see that costcos tv price for 85 inch are similar to bestbuy
      Wondering if anything better
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    • Prices in store are usually always cheaper but prices online include delivery. In some cases I've seen it only being $5 more online for a shirt but that's just because of delivery.

      It's really up to you what you value more. I don't mind pushing through crowds (if you take covid out of the equation), but sometimes it's just better to make a few clicks and forget about it until someone throws a box at your door, rings the door bell and is already driving away before you open it.
      The added shipping cost on costco.ca is usually very reasonable if you buy one item, but the unfortunate part is that there is no combined shipping. Using your example, if you buy one shirt, you pay $5 extra for shipping but if you buy five shirts, you pay $25 extra for shipping.
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    • Hey quick question for Costco shoppers,

      Are prices in store typically cheaper than what you see on the website?
      Yes, always.
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    • Anyone Gillette razors are on sale inside warehouse?
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    • I have an LG, it's been solid as a rock.
      I would agree that LG washers and dryers are supposedly very good, but:

      Appliance repair guy just posted this on Reddit: REddit
      Frigidaire is generally cheaper, but their appliances are louder than other brands. Electrolux is their fancy version of Frigidaire, so that’s not a bad choice if you aren’t bothered by the price.

      LG and Samsung are almost the EXACT same on the inside. But the parts aren’t technically interchangeable anyways, and LG has waaaaaay better consumer protections (if you buy an Lg don’t bother with extended warranty, or calling a local company to fix it. Just call LG and they’ll fix your appliance for a flat rate that’s listed on their appliance website, and it WILL be cheaper than a local company)

      However LG fridges are the most likely to fail of any brand. And Samsung fridges are the only ones on market that can break in such a way I tell people I may not be able to fix it, since the problem is related to how it’s built, and not a faulty part on the fridge.

      Whirlpool, Maytag, armana,kitchenaid, jennair are all the exact same company. If you’re buying expensive don’t bother with jennair since it’s just a more expensive kitchenaid. But all their cheaper brands are fairly good. But try and avoid touch screens if you can. Whirlpool sucks at making touch screens.

      Otherwise they’re all fairly similar. Most brands are designed with a failure rate of 5% within the first year. So whatever you buy has a high chance of making it outside of warranty. But will most likely have some issue within 4-7 years, regardless of brand.

      So generally I recommend the best deal you can get before everything else quality wise.

      I could literally go on for hours on this topic haha.

      Oh, and never spend big money on a microwave, they all have the same, cheap internals, regardless of how much you spend on it. And they’re almost always not worth fixing outside of warranty because of the prices of those parts.
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    • LG sucks. They always break. No idea how this brand is still alive.
      I have an LG, it's been solid as a rock.
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    • Anyone own a gourmia air fryer toaster oven? Is it good? loud?
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    • Gosh darn it on a pogo stick the LG C2 pricing is so good. UGHHH
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    • So out of curiosity what appliance brand is not crap taking in mind that all brands have lemons? IMHO whatever appliance you have that works is the one that you will recommend. Also IMHO if I could afford a Restaurant grade appliance I would more likely lean towards buying that over a consumer model.
      My appliance decision includes a few steps to determine what would be the best candidate for me, but nothing guarantees you won't get a lemon, not even buying expensive restaurant grade equipment. First I determine design and size required. Then from those I determine price point limits. Third I look at number and type of issues experienced by customers, customer service response and decide on what would be the most acceptable risk. That's it.
      Keep an open mind on all brands and go through the steps, you might find that spending more doesn't necessarily mean no problems.
      My kitchen appliances (gas stove, microwave/fan combo, and fridge) are Whirlpool and while I've experienced minor issues, they were all remedied at no cost to me by the company.
      The deciding factor in that purchase was the design requirements (30" french door with ice maker and door water dispenser) and price being much cheaper than other offerings while including a 5 yr ext warranty. My washer/dryer are Electrolux, and so far (6+years) no issues. I'm not a brand groupie, just a savvy shopper who does his homework before buying.
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    • I had a friend with a LG dishwasher that leaked all over his kitchen and they wouldn't pay anything for the cleanup. Having said that, I think their washing machines/dryers might be ok, whereas ALL Samsung appliances are crap besides their dryers ( I've had their dryer for a long time )
      Bosch/Thermador. Pay the premium. Had an automatic coffee maker leak water all over my kitchen. Slow leak but behind the wall before it was noticeable that significant damage was being done. Over 8k in damages. It was out of warranty and their insurance covered all expenses to restore my kitchen to its original state. Didn't even know it was possible until the company pointed it out to me.
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    • Any recommendations for electric range?
      I'm also in the market for an electric range
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    • Hey quick question for Costco shoppers,

      Are prices in store typically cheaper than what you see on the website?
      If the item is available in-store, it’s generally cheaper compared to online price.
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    • How areHisense fridges?? Anybody owns one??

      Or is it worth the extra money to get a Maytag? Or whirlpool??
      bought the hisense fridge from costco 3 years ago and havn't had a problem. it's just the standard 31in with freezer on bottom.

      if you buy during their bundle deals or purchase events (buy $xxxx get $xxx off) buying the higher brand stuff is probably not much more tho.
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    • I see...I misunderstood your comment.
      You need to realize that no matter how good the average brand reliability, there's always lemons...just as there's the odd long lasting outlier from a brand that builds mostly junk. Saying all appliances are crap is not accurate at all IMHO.
      So out of curiosity what appliance brand is not crap taking in mind that all brands have lemons? IMHO whatever appliance you have that works is the one that you will recommend. Also IMHO if I could afford a Restaurant grade appliance I would more likely lean towards buying that over a consumer model.
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    • Do not buy kitchenaid fridge …. Mine broke down after 4 years ….
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    • But I've noticed when I compare the same product on No Frills website and then on Costco's website I've noticed the price difference per unit (e.g per. kg) isn't much.
      Costco groceries when you break it down on a per unit/weight cost ends up close enough to Walmart, No Frills and Food Basics that across a household shopping list it's pretty much even. The value in the Costco membership is more about access to or quality of products (and no hassle returns) that you can't get elsewhere.
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    • I have an idea 55 LG tv from 10 years ago. Still working good. I am waiting for it to die so that I can justify buying a 70 inch to wifey.
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    • Only good appliances are 30+ years ago and some very high end ones like Bosch and Miele etc.
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    • Bosch dishwashers are highly rated. NYT Wirecutter did a big review recently. Perkopolis prices for Bosch are very good.

      It is a crap shoot at times. I've got a Samsung dryer, made in Mexico, that seems OK. My folks have a stacking LG washer / dryer that is 6 years old and they love it.

      We used to joke about a fridge life being about 11 years back in early 2000's when one died on me. So sad that this has gotten worse, not better.
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    • Perkopolis members can get a sale on Bosch appliances, not sure if their refrigerators are any good. Their dishwashers are supposed to be good.
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