Released October, 2010
The Pros:Uses very little water for even larger loads. Gentle with clothing, doesn't cause much wear or pull at the stitching. Mechanisms force water and soap through clothes effectively, gets clothes clean even on the shortest cycles.
The Cons:Lacks any extreme high-temperature or sanitize options. Leaves clothes dirty. Not reliable.
In the WTW4950XW top-loading washer, Whirlpool has aimed to deliver a washer that tailors its performance to the load, featuring an increased capacity, load-size sensors, the H2Low wash system, EcoBoost, and a bevy of wash cycle options.
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The stainless steel wash basket offers 4.3 cubic feet of space, and adjusts water usage to capacity usage, saving water through the H2Low wash system. The EcoBoost option offers a quick and easy way to save energy--simply press the button, and energy is saved through spin speed and water temperature adjustments. The wash options include 12 automatic cycles, a Heavy Duty cycle, a Bulky Items cycle targeting duvets and comforters, a Normal cycle, Delicate cycle and Quick Wash cycle, as well as 4 choices of water level and temperature, respectively. The WTW4950XW model is EnergyStar qualified and includes a 1 Year Limited Warranty.
- Stainless steel, top-loading wash basket with 4.3 cu. ft. capacity
- H2Low wash system with load sensors adjusts water usage for load size
- EcoBoost option conserves energy
- 12 automatic cycles
- Other cycles include Heavy Duty, Bulky Items, Normal, Delicate, Quick Wash, Casual, Soak, etc.
- 4 Water level options
- 4 Water temperature options
- Extra Rinse option
- Quiet Spin technology
- EnergyStar qualified
- Dimensions: 43" (H) x 27 1/4" (W) x 26 5/16" (D)
User Reviews (45)
uses very little water for even larger loads
gentle with clothing, doesn't cause much wear or pull at the stitching
mechanisms force water and soap through clothes effectively, gets clothes clean even on the shortest cycles
runs quietly, can only really hear it during the spin cycle, which can still be easily talked over
easy to balance, not requiring extremely precise levelling
load sensors consistently use the correct amount of water from load to load
Uses less water than agitator style
Spin cycle is very efficient and get more water out than agitator style.
lacks any extreme high-temperature or sanitize options
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