This is my personal review of the Whirlpool Suet Washer and Dryer. If you want all the specs, I recommend you click the links below that provides more details.
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Last year we received a great present from my mother, the Whirlpool Duet Front Load Washer and Dryer. I highly recommend both of them. We also have the pedestals which really help with storage, which is great if you have a small laundry room. Ours looks just like this one, but our Whirlpool Washer is white. We had a Kenmore top loader for years but the dryer wouldn’t dry anymore. With our expanding family, we decided to get the largest washer that we could get. We have two children, but if we decided to have a third later, I believe the washer is large enough for all of our clothing. I really wanted a front loader after reading all the reviews between top loader and front loader washer machines.
Online, you will find people with negative and positive reviews. I can only speak from my experience. The Whirlpool Duet Front Load Washer and Dryer has been great for us. Like I mentioned above, the size has been great. It holds so much more clothing than the top loader we owned. We own the 4.3 cu. ft capacity washer. I have had no issues with the washer machine. Coming from someone who has never owned a front loader or a washing/dryer machine with a digital interface, I have to say I was over the top ecstatic the few few weeks. I still am honestly. The digital interface tells me how much longer my clothing has to wash or dry. There are several more options that my previous laundry machines did not have.
Check out my picture below.
This picture is the inside of the drawer of the pedestal that sits below the washer.