We've all been in the type of pinch where you just need to wear a certain pair of pants that haven't yet been washed. Kenmore's Accela Wash technology ensures that clothes are clean in no time — 29 minutes, to be exact. Plus, its forgiving add-garment option allows you to throw in a left-out item (like that one dropped sock that always manages to get away), even long after the cycle starts.
If you haven't heard of Speed Queen before, you're not alone. It's made in the U.S., but isn't available at any big-box, electronic, or home improvement stores, so you can pretty much only find it online. But like most of the brand's washers, this tough top-loader is made from mostly metal parts, so you can rely on its durability. In fact, Amazon reviewers claim that this model has survived many moons without issues.
Finding a reliable washing machine is tough enough, but adding budgetary restrictions to the mix can make your search extra sudsy. This one is free of frills, but super durable with a stainless steel wash basket that can handle everything from dress shirts to denim, and even bulky comforters. Plus, a range of 12 wash cycles and five wash temperatures allow you to have total control of all your loads.
Whether in search of a washer that will accommodate smaller loads, or one that will accommodate a smaller space, this compact machine can fit any purpose. It doesn't require plumbing, so it's perfect for apartments that lack laundry facilities. And as an added bonus, it has a built-in spin-dryer compartment, so you can tell your roommate to stop laying his underwear out to dry in the living room.
Ever wish your laundry could just do itself? This super smart washing machine allows you to start, control, and monitor your laundry using a smartphone, tablet, and even Alexa, so you can do it all straight from the couch. And while this super machine basically takes all of the dirty work off your hands, as far as folding goes, that's all you.