Excellent stain removal performance on our comforter load
The Maytag MHW6000XG is aggressive in its stain-busting removing stains from our bulky load better than any other washer in our test and aggressive when it comes to watching delicates too. In fact, the washer was as harsh on its light cycle as it was on our heavier load during its normal cycle, so beware if your delicates are particularly fragile.
The Maytag Maxima MHW6000XW is one of the most efficient washing machines covered in our sources. It meets not only the Energy Star standards for energy and water use but also the far stricter requirements for Tier III certification from the Consortium for Energy Efficiency (CEE). This 4.3-cubic-foot washer consistently scores well in professional tests for efficiency and low noise and vibration.
Just what I was looking for!
Will this machine be reliable? Will it last sixteen years like my old Maytag? Only time will tell. However, I can tell you that it appears to be well built. It may not be flashy to look at, but it doesn't contain electronic touch-pad controls, a computer, or an LCD display to go bad just outside of the warranty period. In the event that something does go wrong, I don't think it's going to cost a fortune to have it fixed.
Good looking machine, doesn't wash clothing
We used this machine for 6 months, the problem is that it doesn't provide enough water to clean the clothing. Many white items we washed such as polo shirts, table cloths etc, came out with brown stains on them as there wasn't enough water to clean them. We put the cleaner tablet into the machine and even had a Maytag person check it out but it didn't help. We returned the machine and got one that has enough water to clean the clothing.
Excellent user interface requires little thought
Like a reality TV show's production value and plot, the Maytag Bravos XL MVWB750YW's performance ranges from average to disappointing. It's large interior means that it's a fine washing machine if you need to get a lot of clothes done at once, but most consumers would prefer a machine that does a better job removing stains and conserving resources.
Good mid-priced point
The Maytag MVWB750YW is a excellent mid-range blend of the higher-end Bravos series and the lower-end Centennial series. It offers most of the same features and energy-saving settings, while still coming in around $800 - a good mid-priced point for H.E. appliances. 4.6 cu. ft of space combine with 11 wash cycles and 3 different energy-saving settings to provide a very well-rated Energy Star model.
So far we have been delighted
we love this washer so far. We have had no problem and clothes are coming out cleaner than ever.
I recommend you actually read the manual so you understand how to operate it properly. I see a lot of negative reviews different places on the internet because it appears these people aren't using it properly. Just 10 minutes with the manual and make sure you use the right cycles as explained in the manual.
All good except for goofy detergent loading drawer
We use this washer at an outpatient physical therapy clinic, so it gets alot of use. I can't say we've had any issues with it washing our laundry and it's held up for some time now with frequent daily use. However, I decided to write a review to let potential buyers know of an odd design flaw in this machine.
Pretty compact and it dries quickly
Though it's attached to a washer, the $1200 Maytag MET3800XW Dryer has good enough drying performance that it can compete against standalone washers.
It lacks any customizable features or drying cycle options, and its high-up placement means some users may find it hard to lift wet laundry, but its small footprint makes it ideal for homes that are short on space and its overall solid performance makes it a real bargain-buy competitor too.
Unreliable electronic JUNK and horrible service
After having an ancient Maytag work-horse finally die after more than 30 years of loyal trouble-free service, I assumed that a new eco-friendly Maytag would be fantastic. How wrong I was! This is the worst washing machine I have ever experienced. It is a piece of junk! I can't imagine that Maytag is not ashamed to put its name on a machine that is so bad.
Noise reduction technology
Maytag MVWC400XW is an excellent model to serve the needs of those looking for a top-loading washer that still carries the feel of models gone by. For the most part, customers looking for a top-loader feel compelled towards them either because of space, or simply because they have grown up with and enjoyed the style their whole lives. For the latter, they will find the Maytag MVWC400XW an updated version of the classic, while still maintaining an old-fashioned feel.
Regular settings use much less water
I'm happy to see modern microprocessor technology applied to the very old problem of washing clothes. The Maytag MVWC400XW does a good job of washing, and at the same time, costs very little money to run.
I suspect that the poor product reviews are due to people not selecting the right cycle type or not pre-washing stains by hand. I'm satisfied with my purchase of the Maytag MVWC400XW.
Typical 21st Century Junk
've owned my Maytag Bravos 600x washer and dryer for four months now. I read instructions closely since this is the first time I've used a fancy HE washing machine. We chose a top loader because of all the bad reviews on front loaders. Oh how I long for my old time traditional agitator-style machine! I'm not impressed with this washer. There is no way I'm saving energy on my laundry because I have re-wash my exercise clothes because they still smell after one wash.
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