Whirlpool’s $999 WTW7500GC top-load washer has a faucet constructed into its washer drum like GE’s $799 GTW750CSLWS for handy hand washing and stain treating. It additionally has the easiest-to-read show panel I’ve ever seen — every part is so neatly organized that I hope different manufacturers take be aware. Sadly, the WTW7500GC wasn’t nearly as good at eradicating stuff like crimson wine and cocoa as different washers we have examined.
It is a disgrace, as a result of I like a number of issues concerning the Whirlpool WTW7500GC, however this is not the washer for people who take into account efficiency a primary concern (and that will likely be most of you). Should you care extra about design and usefulness, this could possibly be the appropriate mannequin.
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See how the WTW7500GC stacks up towards Maytag’s MVWB765FW, GE’s GTW750CSLWS and Samsung’s WA52M7750AW: