Kenmore's speedy washer doesn't have the right moves
If you're familiar with Kenmore, then you know it's a brand exclusive to Sears that relies on design templates from other manufactures to build it's appliances.
That means that this $1000 Kenmore washer is actually designed after After LGWM 3575CB, a machine we recently reviewed that fell short in several areas.
Unfortunately, Kenmore's model was roughly the same.
The right side of it's display was kind of cluttered, the Kenmore connect troubleshooting feature was Even more confusing than LG's app enabled version.
And it didn't remove stains all that well.
Not great news for an appliance made expressly for that purpose.
I did like that it had a 15 minute express wash option.
But ultimately, it had fewer cleaning cycles than its LG Counterpart making it a little light in the features department, it performs slightly better than the LG washer that inspired it but I still wouldn't recommend it over most of the other mid-priced front loaders we tested today.
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