Rated 4.4 out of 5Â by 120
Rated 5 out of 5Â by jenn great washer for tight spaces
we have a closet for our washer/dryer so most of the front loaders would not fit. despite being smaller, this washer still has great capacity and most of the features i wanted - no steam though. the dryer does have a 'wrinkle' and 'crease' care setting at least. the washer is easy to use, quiet and works well - even got out some old stains that the previous washer couldn't.
October 15, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5Â by Elsie Just what I needed.
I became tired of fixing my old Asko 12 004 that was 18 years old but lightly used. I needed to find a unit that would fit underneath the countertop in our small laundry room and this fit the bill. It is slightly larger than the Asko both in outer dimensions as well as in tub size/capacity. Very pleased with the energy efficiency ratings, though it does not qualify for our local power company rebate due to slightly high water consumption for its size. It's much quieter than my old machine which was a pleasant surprise. I do notice that the configuration of the gasket allows for water collection and may be a source of mold growth. I also found that occasionally small items will fall into the groove and plug the drainage hole. Plan to check regularly and keep the door open when not in use to get around this. Likewise, the soap drawer stays wet(especially in the rear fabric softener compartment). You'll have to take it out to drain pooled water if you want it to stay dry. Machine does not allow you to select variable temperatures â maximum temp on hot is stated to be 152Â° F. Overall very pleased. Too early to know about reliability.
February 11, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5Â by NoMoreLaundromat Small but Good
I got this because it was just about the only front loading washer I could find that was smaller than 27 inches and would fit down the stairs to my basement. I was a little concerned about the capacity but I am able to do a full load of queen sheets without a problem.
It has a lot of buttons if you want options, but they don't make it over complicated if you don't use them. I normally just press the power button, turn the dial to cotton or permanant press and then press start.
The one down side is that the door cannot be reversed. The way my laundry is set up the washer has to be on the right and so it makes it a little more difficult to move clothes between the washer and dryer when the open door is in the way. I was also dissapointed that they didn't make a matching gas dryer.
October 17, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5Â by mklajade Great Power in a small space!
We use cloth diapers. Need I say more? Only a few days after we came home from the hospital our old washer bit the dust. After researching the limited variety of washers that would fit in our small space (condo in boston) we were frustrated that the smaller washers were more costly than even the huge heavy duty washers, thinking it wouldn't be as good. We were so wrong! This washer has the power of the huge super-hero washers in 1/2 the space! My son is almost 9 months old now and I've never even had to bleach his diapers to get the stains out. The babywear cycle is so powerful my friends are amazed by how white these diapers after they come out :)
June 6, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5Â by kitsap2 Very Solid Build
We recently purchased the, LG WM1355HW, to replace a failing washer of similar size that was not quite five years old. Though we haven't had the LG WM1335HW for more than a month, we are so happy with its performance and build quality, that it trumps the old front loader by a wide margin.
The LG model is very easy to use, does not jump around like the other machine we had. Comes with a myriad of options for different types of fabric, or loads (bulky, gentle..), and water temperature choices for the wash/rinse cycle.
Home Depot made this purchase a no-brainer with free delivery, set-up, and free haul-away.
The one knock for features is no liquid bleach dispenser. The owners manual talks a bit about liquid bleach, but it is somewhat ambiguous about it, and even a call to, LG Customer Support, was not encouraging about where to add the bleach. So, we just don't use liquid bleach for now, and will probably just resort to powdered non-chlorine bleach. The manual states that you can use "like" types of detergent/bleach in the main compartment, but that liquid will immediately drain/fall into the washer drum. That doesn't bode well if chlorine bleach comes into to contact with clothes sitting in the drum before the wash cycle starts.
But, overall, we are very satisfied with this purchase!
April 3, 2014