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    Product Height
    41 13/16 inches
    Product Width
    27 1/4 inches
    Product Depth
    27 7/8 inches
    Height With Door Open
    57 1/4 inches
    4.7 cubic feet
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Whirlpool - 4.7 Cu. Ft. Top Load Washer with Pretreat Station - Chrome Shadow

Your price for this item is $699.99
The regular price is $944.99
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Rating 4.3 out of 5 stars with 624 reviews

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  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Big little washer!

    Love this washer! Huge interior compared to the compact exterior. LOVE LOVE LOVE the pretreating station inside the unit! My laundry closet (not room) is tight with no stationary tub to soak or pre-wash clothes. The tap and brush inside the washer is what sold it for me and I have not been disappointed! I use it to wash out the liquid detergent cup too. I especially like how the washer pre-balances the load, dilutes and evenly distributes the detergent! It spins and senses the amount of water needed for each load & the controls are easy to use. It's interior is huge, shiny and clean! The entire top is clear and opens WIDE. So easy to load and empty. However, one small gripe? It does run a bit loud when it's running especially when It's filling on smaller loads. All in all I'm very happy with this washer!

    Posted by DCDiva

  • Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    Simple but Good

    This washing machine works great. I replaced my 15 year old Whirlpool washing machine with this one and you can tell the difference. It is huge. I can fit a lot of clothes in a single wash and they come out looking great. The setup is very simple. Take the time to go through each cycle and make sure you set it up correctly. I noticed that we forgot to turn on fabric softener for colors and after a load, the fabric softener was still in the tray. It was a simple press of a button. I also bought the matching dryer and it works great as well.

    Posted by DJGMONEY

  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Great washer

    My wife and I recently decided to upgrade our washer and dryer. We purchased this washer and the dryer as well. We both love this washer. Its an upgrade from what we had so there is a good amount of diffrrent washing options but I dont believe its overwhelming. It feels like the correct amount of choices. You just select your washing choices then it will sense your garments then add the appropriate amount of water. It does a good job and our clothes feel and smell very clean. I have seen some negative reviews about the water depth and it being loud. First I dont think its any louder than any other washer. I could hear my old one a little bit and I can hear this one a little too. But its not that load at all. Its in our basement and it dosent bother me at all. Second, I have had no issues with the washer not filling up with enough water. Some reviews said when they would wash a large load that the water would not cover the items. I have washed large sheets and comforters and the washer fills all the way up. There is a couple of options as well you can select that add water. Just refer to your manual if you feel like it needs more water. All in all were both pleased with this washer and we would recommend it to anyone.

    Posted by Matt