Electrolux's Editors' Choice award-winning EFLS627UTT should be on your short list if you're looking for a front-load washer.
The Kenmore Elite 31633 is the best top-load washer we've encountered to date and it's on sale at Sears for just $915 -- a steal if you need a large-capacity model.
Avoid the Kenmore 22352 if you're looking for advanced tech, but this straightforward top-loader does just fine where it matters most -- performance.
The GE GTW485ASJWS is fine if you're looking for an affordable top-load washer -- just keep in mind that its agitator isn't forgiving when it comes to wear and tear.
GE's GTW680BSJWS does the trick, but other washers perform better -- and offer more features -- for the same price.
This week at IFA, Haier will introduce a double washing machine that allows consumers to wash two separate loads of laundry simultaneously.
LG's WT1801HVA will add style to your laundry room, but won't necessarily clean better than your current washer.
The GE GTW685BSLWS washer performs well and looks good doing it -- all for just $699.
If you think you'd make regular use of the dual washers, the FlexWash is a solid bet.
Electrolux's EFLS527UTT is well worth considering if you want a top-notch front-load washer with great curb appeal.
The Electrolux EFLW417SIW is an excellent, top-performing washing machine that's easy to recommend.
The Samsung WF45M5500AZ is a top-performing washer sold at a reasonable price.
The Whirlpool WFW92HEFU is a middle-of-the-road washer made more interesting by its tumble feature and soap reservoir. Ultimately, though, the value isn't there.
The Electrolux EFLW427UIW is a strong contender if you're in the market for a simple front-load washer with great performance.
GE's GTW750CSLWS washer is a good choice *if* you think you'll take advantage of its self-dispensing soap reservoir, faucet and Wi-Fi smarts.
Test out the Kenmore 29133's display panel before you buy this otherwise recommendable top-load washer.
Bosch claims that its new Series 8 washing machine can kill up to 99.99 percent of germs and bacteria.
Whirlpool's seems to have a winner in its smart appliance app.