Whirlpool WFW9250WL Washer 4.0 cu ft
This front-loading washer has most of the features of the high-end models offered by Whirlpool, with a lower price and only a slightly smaller capacity.
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Key features This machine has twelve automatic cycles, including heavy duty, delicates, hand wash, normal, and whitest whites.
| Quick Specs |
Style: front loading, silver, LED display, internal water heater
Cleaning: 1200 rpm, 4.4 cu ft, 4 temperature
Cycles: 12 (eco heavy, eco white, whitest, bulky, silk, small, delicate, extra rinse)
Features: 10 hour delay start, add a garment, control lockout, tumblefresh option
he Eco Heavy Duty cycle uses 26% less energy than the regular heavy duty cycle, while still producing the same clean clothes.
There is also an Eco Whitest Whites cycle, which uses 21% less energy than the regular whitest whites cycle. However, the performance of the Eco cycle is the same when compared to the regular cycle.
Care Control temperature management prevents water from reaching temperatures that can cause bleeding or damage to garments, while still maintaining the temperature necessary for efficient cleaning.
An automatic dispenser system for detergent, bleach, and fabric softener ensures that the right amount of each is added at the appropriate time.
The TumbleFresh option allows you to unload your laundry at any time convenient to you, as your clothes are kept fresh and clean smelling after a cycle. This option also minimizes wrinkles.
he Add-a-Garment feature allows you to add any forgotten clothes to a load, even though the wash cycle has already started.
You can delay the start of a cycle for up to ten hours, allowing the machine to begin washing whenever it is most convenient and cost-effective for you.
Smooth Spin Technology and the Quiet Wash Noise Reduction System minimize vibration and noise, making laundry a more pleasant and less disruptive experience.
The Clean Washer cycle with Affresh allows easy, convenient, and thorough cleaning of the inside of your washing machine.
This washing machine is Energy Star and CEE Tier III qualified. This cuts down on energy consumption and costs, which helps you save money and helps the environment as well.
This washing machine is a clear winner when it comes to matching efficiency and performance.
Aside from its Energy Star and CEE Tier III qualifications, the Eco Heavy Duty and Eco Whitest Whites cycles drastically reduce energy consumption, without sacrificing the cleanliness of your laundry.
Many time-saving options, as well as features that allow for more flexibility when it comes to starting and unloading your laundry, are advantageous for consumer convenience as well.
The usual price range of US$750-900 is also very affordable, especially considering the washing machine?s capacity and the many features it has in common with more expensive models.
However, there may be some consumers who need a washing machine with a larger capacity, as well as one that is tougher on heavily soiled and stained garments. A more heavy-duty washer may be required.
Still, this model may be more than adequate for the laundry needs of many households.
Efficiency: as previously mentioned, this is one of the models that really reduces energy consumption and cost. Many Whirlpool models already have this advantage, thanks to features that regulate water, temperature, and energy consumption. However, this model goes further with its Eco Heavy Duty and Eco Whitest Whites cycle options
Performance: very clean clothes, even with the quick wash cycle, are guaranteed
Expensive compared to other models
Some features don't work properly in certain instances