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Whirlpool's WTW7500GC top-load washer in gray costs $999 (the white model costs $899).

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The digital display in the center lets you know how much time is left in a cycle.

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It has a 4.8-cubic-foot capacity. 

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Press the water droplet button in the back of the washer to turn on its built-in faucet to hand wash or stain treat your clothes. Press the button again to turn it off.

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It has five cleaning cycles.

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I love the look of the WTW7500GC's minimal display panel.

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Use the see-through lid to check in on your wash cycle.

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The panel is designed like a phone touchscreen. Instead of tactile buttons, everything is integrated into the display. 

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