The Ideal Wash System
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This is a fabulous compact washer. Spent a great deal of time and energy researching online and visiting local appliance stores. This had a very high rating, near the top of the list in consumer reviews and several other sites. The washer is fast, quiet, easy to use, & the clothes come out with very little moisture with the high spin speeds allowing the dryer to get them totally dry quicker. What a difference from my washer that I replaced after 15 years. They have come a long way and are worth the upgrade.
Wash performance is great. But the machine must be partially disassembled to dry out parts that can mold, example the detergent/softener tray remains dripping wet unless taken out, drained and left out to dry. Also gasket holds water unless toweled out
This is the 2nd unit we have of this washer. We love the operation ease and the small footprint for use in a small space. The only downside is this unit arrived with interior damage in the control module that could only have happened in the assembly process. We are still waiting for the correct part to come to repair it.
Love this washing machine . Uses less water , less detergent , it’s so quiet I forget it’s on, clothes come out cleaner then any top loader I have ever owned , spin cycle is great . Clothes come out almost dry. Saves me money with electrical cost when I put wash in dryer . Dryer time cut in half .
Perfect for an apartment or condo. Lots of programmable modes and is easy to use.
I have only had it for 3 months but I like the small size
After several months' use, I've found this to be a very effective washer, except for one very annoying detail: the "wool cycle" allows only for the use of warm water. Cold and eco-cold are not options. I can't imagine what software engineer thought this was a good idea, since wool fibers shrink in warm water. I'm left to wash my sweaters in bags in the delicate cycle. Boo!