The AEG 6000 vs AEG 7000 washing machine
Most important differences between all AEG series
|AEG 6000||AEG 7000||AEG 8000||AEG 9000|
|SoftWater (color retention)||No||No||No||Yes|
|ÖKOMix (cleaner laundry)||No||No||Yes||Yes|
|ProSteam (less creases)||No||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|ProSense (small load of laundry)||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Energy label||C or D||C||B||A|
|Load capacity||7 - 10kg||8 - 10kg||8 - 9kg||9kg|
AEG 6000: suitable for a small loads
If you buy an AEG washing machine from the 6000 series, the entry level model, the washing machine only has ProSense technology. All AEG washing machines have this. The load sensor weighs the amount of laundry in the drum and adjusts the cycle duration accordingly. This is handy when you have less laundry and don't want to wait until the laundry basket is full. Thanks to ProSense, the program doesn't last longer than necessary and you save energy. Your clothing will also look beautiful for longer.
AEG 7000: suitable for small loads and reduces wrinkles
The AEG washing machine from the 7000 series has both ProSense and ProSteam. That means you get a steaming function if you pay just a little bit more for your washing machine. This function smooths out your clothes with steam and reduces creases by a third. This way, ironing will take less time. You can also use the steaming function to freshen up clothes you only wore 1 day. In addition to ProSteam, the washing machine also has ProSense. This sensor shortens the cycle if you've put in a small load.
AEG 6000: C or D (front-loading) or F (top-loading) energy label
An AEG front-loading washing machine from the 6000 series has a C or D energy label. This'll cost you an average of € 34 on annual energy costs. Do you want a top-loading washing machine? Then you're bringing home a washing machine with an F energy label. Top-loading washing machines are less energy-efficient than front-loading models. They'll cost you up to € 40 on annual energy costs. If you want an energy-efficient model, choose a front-loading washing machine.
AEG 7000: C energy label (front-loading)
The 7000 series only includes front-loading washing machines. These models all have a C energy label. Just like the 6000 series, you pay an average of € 34 on annual energy costs. If you want a front-loading model, it doesn't matter if you choose the 6000 or 7000 series when it comes to energy consumption.
AEG 6000: ranges from 7 to 10kg
A 6000 series washing machine is available from 7 kg of fill weight. With this filling weight you wash the laundry of 1 or 2 people and you do the laundry several times a week. The 6000 series has washing machines up to 10 kilos. This is suitable for a household of 5 people or more. Handy when you have a large family.
AEG 7000: ranges from 8 to 10kg
The 7000 series starts with a load capacity of 8kg. This is suitable for a household of 3 or 4 people. If you live alone or with another person, then an AEG 7000 offers plenty of space for you. This is not a problem, because the ProSense load sensor shortens the cycle for a small load. Just like the 6000 series, the 7000 series has washing machines with a load capacity up to 10kg.
Difference AEG 7000 vs. 8000 washing machine
Do you not only want a steaming function, but also a cleaner washing result? Have a look at the difference between the AEG 7000 and 8000 series. The 8000 model has ÖKOMix technology that distributes the detergent over you clothes evenly.