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 41582 is a reasonably good washing machine, but it definitely didn't blow us away.
Don't waste your money -- you can find better washers for roughly the same price.
The LG WM3575CV will work in a pinch, but I'd look elsewhere for something more well rounded.
You'll love the AddWash's impressive performance, large capacity and luxury black stainless finish -- just pretend that extraneous hatch door isn't there.
The Whirlpool WFW87HEDW is a well-rounded washer that doesn't quite match the cleaning power of Electrolux's similarly priced EFLS617S.
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.
If you can get past its complicated controls, the GE GFWS2600FWW is a fine front-load washing machine.
Get the Samsung WF457ARGSWR for its uncomplicated LCD display and solid stain-removal power.
Get the Electrolux EFLS617S for its reasonable price and top-notch performance.
Designed for smaller apartments, the 24-inch appliance does away with the need for a separate washer and dryer.
LG's new Signature washing machine can accommodate a second Sidekick washer, but the main unit can also dry your clothes.
Samsung's AddWash machine is supposed to make it easier than ever to add forgotten clothes to your washer midcycle.
The Electrolux Compact Washer and Dryer Pair is small, boasts a steam cleaning mode and doesn't need outside air.
Whirlpool's seems to have a winner in its smart appliance app.
Just how smart is this fancy smart washer? Read our First Take and find out.