An exceptional washing machine for less than $1,000
This $899 front loading electrolux washer is excellent.
It scored high on stain removal without being too tough on cloths.
It's up to date interphase is well designed and easy to use and it's 4.3 cubic for capacity is large enough to hold a full load of laundry.
I particularly like its digital display.
The circular design is unique, and centrally located, so you can easily see how much time is left on a cycle.
And the instrument panel's dark finish, gives it a more premium look.
Even though it costs less than a thousand bucks, everything on this washer is accessible through integrated touch screen style controls.
You won't get the tactile feel of buttons, but its settings are responsive.
Just hover your finger over the option [UNKNOWN] You want, and gently press down to switch among its seven cleaning cycles, as well as to adjust the temperature, soil level, and spin speed.
Inside the drawer, you'll find compartments for pre-wash, liquid bleach, and fabric softener, in addition to the standard liquid and pattern detergent.
A delay start option lets you schedule a wash for a future clean.
Anywhere from 30 minutes to 12 hours.
While you won't find an app or any other advanced features here this stackable front load Electrolux offers all fo the basics you want.
I highly recommend it if you're looking for a reasonably priced washer with outstanding cleaning performance.
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