One-Size-Fits-All Washing is a Thing of the Past Smart Motion® blends up to 6 different wash motions, providing customized care and cleaning.
Smart Technology Makes Life Easier At home or on the go, the Kenmore Smart app lets you monitor the laundry from your smartphone, and Kenmore Smart Skill works with Amazon Alexa.
Handles Extra Large Loads 4.5 cu. ft. capacity cleans an entire queen-size bed set in one load!*
Handles Big, Bulky Loads Spacious capacity washes everything from XL loads and bulky comforters to a mountain of towels.
Get Your Whitest Whites Whitest Whites manages bleach dispensing and water temperatures to keep whites looking their best.
Just as Clean with Cold Water Cold Clean® cycle uses 55% less energy than Normal cycle, saving energy and money**.
A Real Time Saver When you don't have time to wait, Express Wash cleans a small load in less than 30 minutes.
Keeps Loads Fresh Till They're Ready for the Dryer Stay Fresh® is great for families on the go, allowing you to transfer clothes on your own schedule.
A Fresh Smelling Washer...
A new model in Sears washers, does have an EXPRESS WASH which is nice. But we still do delicates by hand, and there is NO "spin only" cycle like most other mfg offer.
This washer is garbage. Avoid it at all costs. Bought it in Feb, broke in September, and Whirlpool Still hasn't fixed it. Multiple service calls, all for the same issue. Over a month waiting for parts. Whirlpool refuses to have a supervisor call you. Refuses to replace the defective washer. VERY VERY POOR CUSTOMER SERVICE FROM WHIRLPOOL.
This front loading high efficiency washing machine is a great buy! We have had ours for about one month and it cleans clothes well and relatively quietly. The machine lets you know how long it will take before the cycle is finished. It also allows you to stop the machine and add an article of clothes if needed. This machine has the energy star rating and costs only $12 per year to run. It uses energy efficiently. We are happy with this purchase! I haven't used the wifi function as I cannot think of a reason to do so.
I've noticed that the softener reservoir does not completely drain after most cycles. I don't even use softener. I call Sears and was told that if I wash frequent large loads that it can clog. I said, I have an Airbnb bedroom here, so I wash sheets, every load is large. Then she says, ohhhhh you use this for a bed and breakfast business? Clearly an attempt to void my warranty. No, it's an airbnb bedroom and I wash sheets our sheets as well, it is not a bed and breakfast business. Then she goes on to say, welllll if they send a tech and this is normal, they will charge me for the visit. I said, apparently this is a design flaw if it clogs when you wash large loads in a washer advertised to wash large loads, so it would be considered normal and even if they replace it, I'd have the same issue. She says, I'm sorry you feel this way. Unbelievable. Then I asked about the dryer cutting off early when I tried to add additional dry time. Of course, she goes.... oh, so you're not cleaning the filter between each load, is that right? I said, no I didn't say that, I was trying to add additional time to an existing load. Beware what you say, it's obvious she was fishing for reasons to void the policy, I assume per her protocol.