The Electrolux EFLW427UIW is a strong contender if you're in the market for a simple front-load washer with great performance.
Electrolux's EFLS527UTT is well worth considering if you want a top-notch front-load washer with great curb appeal.
The Speed Queen TR5 is overpriced for what it offers. I urge you to consider other top-load washers.
Due to its low performance score, the Elite 31433 is difficult to recommend.
Electrolux's Editors' Choice award-winning EFLS627UTT should be on your short list if you're looking for a front-load washer.
Speed Queen's TR7 washing machine doesn't clean nearly well enough to recommend it to anyone.
Consider the Whirlpool WTW7500GC washing machine if you really care about design, but its disappointing performance should give you pause.
GE's GTW680BSJWS does the trick, but other washers perform better -- and offer more features -- for the same price.
This front-load washer has a hidden compartment just for detergent pods.
GE's GFW450SSKWW is a solid washer with more options than you'll find on other models in the same price range.
Electrolux's EFLW317TIW is a good washer, but the better-performing Electrolux EFLW417SIW costs just $20 more.
The Electrolux EFLW417SIW is an excellent, top-performing washing machine that's easy to recommend.
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.
The Samsung WF45M5500AZ is a top-performing washer sold at a reasonable price.
You can find much better top-load washing machines around the same price.
The Maytag MVWB765FW can easily get the job done, but its annoying display panel might slow you down.
You can find much better cleaners than Samsung's top-load WA52M7750AW.
The GE GTW685BSLWS washer performs well and looks good doing it -- all for just $699.