I bought this machine together with its matching electrical dryer. I have had it for two weeks. They both look so great, and they have a lot of functions. The washer operates very quitely even at full spin. It takes such a big load, I washed 37 T-shirts and 30 briefs plus a few other items in one load, and there was room for more. One of the nice features is that you can choose how many times you want to rinse.
Wash performance doesn't suffer with speedier cycles
Overall, the LG WM3470HVA's wash performance was only slightly above average, with some underperforming cycles dragging down the LG's cumulative scores. However, the 39 minute Cottons/Normal cycle managed to get clothes very clean, very fast. That alone is reason enough to put this washer on your shopping list.
Convenient and cost effective
This washer costs $34.91 to run over the course of a year, which is fairly average. We are neither impressed nor particularly upset over this number, but users can lower it by using the Whites cycle sparingly, which adds an extra rinse to wash out bleach, thereby increasing the annual cost.
Plenty of customizable goodies
Get those Olympic logo socks over here, Usain Bolt, because the Samsung WF457ARGSGR/AA has one of the fastest Normal cycles we've seen, and the overall performance in terms of stain removal is satisfactory across the board. This MSRP $1,799 washer ($1,530 on sale), while certainly not the top contender, does a solid job nonetheless. We only wish that it was less expensive to run, more competitive in terms of clothes handling, and a bit better with water retention.
Awesome washer....Love it!!!
I've had this washer since early December 2011 when it first became available in the United States. It has all the features I need: narrow width, low height, controls in the front, not in the back (for a shorter reach), hot and cold water standard washer hook-ups, stainless steel tub, a bi-fold lid (because I have it right under my stacked clothes dryer and have limited vertical clearance) and most importantly an agitator.
Low Cost to Run
The LG WM2250CW is a mid tier washing machine. After all the test results came in, we didn't feel impressed or disappointed. The washing performance was less than average given the price point. When it first came out, had an MSRP of $799, but we were able see units available for as low as $717. However, the WM2250CW makes up for this shortfall by being slightly ahead of the pack in efficiency.
Money well spent
When we decided to upgrade our washer I scoured the internet looking at review after review for all different brands and types. Immediately I realized that front loaders were out. Why should you have to perform extra cleaning to your washer so it doesn't smell like mildew? So after cutting the field in half, I wanted large capacity, energy and water efficiency and last but most important cleaning effectiveness. So why did I pick this particular model?
A consistently top-rated model for me, the LG WT5070CW is this year's version of a washer I have continually followed and given top honors to. It is a top-loading model, but is just as energy efficient (3-5 gallons per load) as any front-loader. It closes the efficiency gap while still offering the class and convenience of a top-loader. 4.7 cu. ft. of space makes it one of the largest on the market, and 12 customizable wash cycles give you every available option.
Well-received and excellent operating machine
Samsung runs a competing model to the LG WM2250CW. They both contain simple operation and affordable price points. They have both also expanded that line, adding a couple more features and charging a touch more for those features. This Samsung is part of the next step up, containing a few more wash cycles, and a stainless steel rim that adds a touch of class to a somewhat basic model. With a 3.7 cu. ft. capacity, 9 cycles, and VRT technology, this is only a slight step up from the #1 model.
Good cleaning performance
The Samsung WF330ANW/XAA front-loading washer gets good ratings from both professionals and users for its cleaning performance, quietness and low vibration. This 3.7-cubic-foot washer is Energy Star-rated and features nine wash cycles (including a high-temperature sanitize cycle), and four spin speeds.
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.
Probably be Whirlpool's biggest seller of higher end washers
This machine isn't as efficient as some other washers in its price range. It sits on the high side with its $38.98 yearly operating cost. This number is derived from the Whirlpool Duet WFW94HEA's high water and electricity usage Anyone buying this washer will have to consider the long term costs. This is especially true if your water costs are above the national average.
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