Kenmore 3.6 cu. ft. Top-Load Washer w/ Deep Wash Cycle - White ENERGY STAR®Item# 02622102000 | Model# 22102
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Kenmore 3.6 cu. ft. Top-Load Washer - Convenient and Efficient
This efficient Kenmore 3.6 cu. ft. top-load washer 2210 features an exclusive Triple Action agitator that provides motion in three directions. While the base moves back and forth, the post moves up and down and clockwise. This provides more cleaning action to ensure your laundry is washed perfectly. With an impressive 12 cycles, including Bulky, Delicates and Deep Wash, this machine allows you to choose the best cycle for each specific load. A second rinse option ensures any leftover residue is removed, and the 700 RPM spin cycle helps extract water from clothes. Get cleaner clothes using less water and less energy with this Kenmore top-load washer.
- Combining wash basket motion, impeller rotation and a burst of concentrated detergent, the Triple Action® impeller deep cleans fabrics while using less water.
- A small footprint makes this washer an easy fit for apartments, basements and starter homes, while powerful performance delivers the same clean you’d expect from larger machines.
- Multiple wash cycles give your hardy work clothes, delicate linens, and stained fabrics the treatment they need to look their best.
- Rapid spin speeds squeeze excess water from clothes, linens and more for faster, easier transfer to your dryer and shorter dry times.
Added on October 06, 2013
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Most Helpful Reviews
My old washer broke on a saturday morning. I went online found this wahser on sale and was able to pick it up in store within 1 hr. No one wants to have an old appliance break but after seeing how clean my clothes are. I'm glad it did and I bought this Kenmore!
I had an HE machine a few years ago. I made my husband return it within a week. My clothes never seemed clean. I started doing some research and learned why. Let me start off with one thing: I cloth diaper. Only since I started cloth diapering did I learn that if you use too much soap it stays in your clothes and will attract more dirt (or filth or stink, as in diapers) making your clothes seem dingier, smellier, and not as clean. If you look inside of the cap in your detergent you'll see that they no longer require you to use a half-to-full capful. You use literally a tablespoon to a quarter cup based on your load size. The washer doesn't fill based on your idea of how much is in the washer. It fills based on how much your machine is weighing in there. Less water means less soap. Stop using so much soap and your clothes will be clean. As far as not being able to open the lid once it locks, well this isn't rocket science. You don't need to read an instruction manual to see how to do it. You just need to pay attention. The "Start" button also says "Unlock". Tap it. It may take up to 30 seconds (if you just started the washer it only takes a second to unlock. If you're on the spin cycle it takes longer to unlock), but it does unlock for you to add more, check the load, etc. I think ultimately people decide to dislike new technology based on it being new and find reasons to dislike it. If you learn how to use the machine correctly it works wonderfully.
Oklahoma City, OK
This washer is the worst I've had in my 70+ years on this earth. If I could rate it "no stars", I would. It does NOT get clothes clean. I bought the washer and matching dryer. The dryer is fine. The washer is extremely LOUD! It make noises from beyond the universe. It is disruptive and you sure can't talk near it when it's running. Watching TV and talking on the phone is out of the question while doing laundry. If I could take it back, I would. Additionally, I've wasted money on buying insurance on the "bucket of ****".
Very economical and old fashioned. My washing machine of 15 years just died and I replaced it with this one. It is very similar. The wash basin is a good size. My long time repair man said this would be a good choice and easy to fix for the long term. It is a bit noisier than my last one, but not too bad. I am willing to live with the noise for the great price. I did not want a high tech expensive one. I am hoping to get another 15 years of use.
I would really recommend this product. You cannot beat the price for this great quality. Plus it saves lots of energy which is a must. It is very affordable with all you need.
I just bought this pair last Friday. I paid only $699.00 for the pair. I assume they are closing them out. So far both machines have performed up to my expectations. I don't care if the washer takes a little more time because of the sensor. If it cleans the clothes and keeps my wife happy then I'm happy. It is easy to run and the clothes are fairly free of water after spinning. It seems to me that you could find more for your money than these machines offer. So far I would give them a ten.
I read every review before I bought this washer. Admit that it was a bit sceptable of this washer, because of all the negative feedback. But for the price I took a chance. It's actually a nice washer for the price. It's definitely a new age washer. Very efficient with the water. Does make a little noise during certain points of the cycle, but the directions tells you this. Noise is not to the extent of what these other reviews are saying. Cleans your clothes very well! Maybe some people can't wash clothes or read directions! So if your on a budget and you need a washer, this is a nice buy.
I had this in particular machine in my basket to buy online , then read the reviews and took it out. I am scared of the complexity of the energy efficient machines. Fearfully, I went to Sears and the sales Lady talked me into it. If I were King, saving energy in the washing machine department would be back seat to good old reliability. I have an apartment building with 4 family's sharing a 1978 maytag and that is a real machine. Those Iron horse machines are long gone. If a consumer goes in not expecting too much, this machine might make you happy. Know that you cannot be in a hurry. the 10 minute loads I use to do are over. Now it is more like an hour and ten minutes. These reviews read from quiet to noisy. My machine is not quiet. What maybe makes it seem extra loud is all the happenings. It measures the load, clicks, clacks, adds a few cups of water, clicks, starts, stops, like lots of things, I had to learn to ignore it. The most important factor in the purchase is...does my wife like it. Pretty much she is okay with this Kenmore. That is #1 to me. The tub is HUGE. My wife is still able to load it uneven and it will be crashing against the dryer ( rugs ).... outside of that, she says "it is okay" , just takes long. So I waited a month to do the review. To see if it works okay.. put in soap first, then load, dont listen to all the quirky noises and walk away and forget about it. Chances are the clothes will be cleaner coming out then when they went in. So, I am saving some water. shoot, I do not care if I save two gallons a load. I spray on my lawn in a day what this machine saves me in a year. Would I buy a 1978 Maytag if I could ? Yes. Would I buy this Kenmore because this is not 1978. Yes. I did. Would I recommend this machine to a friend, No, because I would not recommend any machine to a friend. Too risky, some like it, some do not. Hope this helps you with your decision.