Bring on the Bulky Stuff
This Kenmore washer’s 4.8 cu. ft. capacity can handle the tough stuff, even that comforter, so you can get laundry done right at home. No more trips to the laundromat to use the jumbo washers.
Triple Action Impeller Revs Up Cleaning Power
Kenmore’s Triple Action Impeller uses a 3-part wash motion to make easy work out of tough laundry. Wash basket motion, 9 powerful spray jets and a burst of concentrated detergent ensure a better overall clean for your laundry using less water.
No More Handwashing
The StainBoost option takes the hard work out of tough stains with an extended wash time and gentle care, no pre-treatment required.
Optimized Cleaning Power for Any Sized Load
The Deep Fill feature adapts water levels to optimize washing for large, bulky loads in a single cycle, no more re-washing or wasting water.
ENERGY STAR Certified
This washer is ENERGY STAR certified so you can rest easy knowing you're wasting less resources...
This Kenmore washer does the job; it is all about matching the proper cycle, water level, and detergent< less is more. It washes a full set of denim jeans,(7) flawlessly. It has all the features that we needed, pre-soak, extra fill, delay start, large capacity; plus we do not have to sanitize the drum as often.This machine replaced a Bosch 5400 4.4 cu ft washer. The Bosch was a phenomenal machine, major quirk was that it needs very little detergent, too much and it gunks up the tub and causes odors in drum and clothes. I would have bought another front loader, if I had the space, front loader door swings out into our tight laundry room. The major benefits from top-loader to front-loader are : we don't have to bend over to access the clothes, less sanitizing cycles, less KWH than the Bosch 10%-20%, 1200 RPM vs 850 RPM, can wash a king-size comforter, clothes are still spun dry, and more gentle washing. Major negative points is 1.35 more water 18-20 gal vs 14 gal for the Bosch-the quietest machine ever (under 50 db Kenmore at 50 db or slightly higher, still quiet). All around The Kenmore Series 600 fits our needs; use the proper cycle and water fill, not sure just add more water. I always had great experiences with the Kenmore brand and (Whirlpool).
In 42 years I have owed only Kenmore appliances - it may first house and both times we have upgraded - washing machine, dryer, refrigerator, stove, range, dishwasher, microwave - everything! Have never had a major problem with any of the appliances or Sear's service / repairs until today. Should have returned the machine originally. Does not wash good! It does not put out enough water to clean the clothes & I have never been happy with it. Even with the deep fill option the clothes are never covered in water while washing. Have had to rewash soiled clothes on many occasions. I would rather have cleaner clothes than conserve a little water. This week is quit working all together. No problem called Sears repair - the few times I have needed them in 42 years they have always been reasonable. My machine is only 2 years old and they want more to replace the electronic control of the machine - $689 - than what I paid for it originally or what the machine could be purchased for today. WHY & HOW would a part cost more than the entire washing machine?? I do not overuse the machine - small to med size loads 2 to 3 times a week. Both of my other Kenmore washing machines lasted around 20 years each & through 2 sons. I am very disappointed that this one is now trash in a little over 2 years!!
Broke after 3 loads- taking weeks to get a different brand delivered for replacement.
Horrible experience with Sears! I purchased the washing machine online On a Friday and it said it would have it Monday (ours broke- family of 7 we needed one ASAP). The order confirmation said we would have it Monday. Then I get a message on Sunday saying it won���t be here for over a month. Sears couldn���t help me find another that I could have sooner so I canceled. The sears guy actually told me on the phone with a laugh...no one has any in stock. Want to bet? Home Depot had washers in stock and I had it delivered that same weak. Sears sucks!!!
The Kenmore 600 Series He washer makes laundry a miserable chore. It has let oil stains on our clothes since we bought it new
from Sears in 2016. It doesn't fill enough with water to clean and twice we had repairmen come out and tell us it is just a bad washer, period!!!