Kenmore's 25132 washing machine is a stellar budget stain remover, but take care with delicate items.
Look no further than Kenmore's 26132 for a solid stain remover that isn't bogged down by features.
Whirlpool's Smart All-in-One Care Washer and Dryer Combo tackles washing and drying in a single unit.
Kenmore's 27132 doesn't distinguish itself in any significant way. Consider other top-loaders before you buy this 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 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 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.
Don't waste your money -- you can find better washers for roughly the same price.
Like the original washer, the Samsung AddWash Combo's door has a hatch so you can throw in forgotten items like a stray sock. But this version can dry your clothes, too.
The new AE Electrolux 9000 Series washer gets tough on water hardness to go easy on your garments.
The LG WM3575CV will work in a pinch, but I'd look elsewhere for something more well rounded.
Test out the Kenmore 29133's display panel before you buy this otherwise recommendable top-load washer.
Kenmore's 41072 performs well and can hold a lot more laundry than your standard front-load washer, making it a huge asset for larger families.
GE's GFWS1700HWW is a well-rounded washer and a reasonable upgrade over the most basic of models, but it doesn't excel in any category.
Get the Samsung WF457ARGSWR for its uncomplicated LCD display and solid stain-removal power.
Looking to improve your laundry routine? Whirlpool's new large capacity washer aims to make cleaning clothes much less of a chore.
Dryers? Who needs 'em? Startup Marathon plans to put an end to separate laundry appliances.
The Whirlpool Swash might have unique appeal for habitual re-wearers of designer denim and fancy sweaters, but it's more economical for everyone else to wash, dry and iron their clothes, with the occasional trip to the dry-cleaners.