Rated 4 out of 5 by SturmRuger Good for the price
So far, the washer has done well. However, we thought this was a non-HE washer, but it is a HE washer. We have been able to adjust the amount of soap to use non-HE, but were disappointed that it still required the HE. We were also looking for the simplest washer out there. I would rather not have to replace computers, motherboards and chips on a wash. This washer is very simple, with no unnecessary flashing lights or LED screens. The washer does a great job of cleaning clothes.
Wash cycle is a little loud, but it never gets out of balance. I like the fact that it is made in the US.
If you are looking for a non-HE, I would recommend Speed Queen. Hopefully this one lasts a long time and hopefully the manufactures will no make everything HE.
The nice feature is the deep water rinse. We use this all the time. We have a well and septic, so water conservation is not high on our list. Plus water is renewable.
September 9, 2016
Rated 1 out of 5 by FLYING V POOR DESIGN THAT DOES NOT CLEAN CLOTHES
BOUGHT THIS MACHINE 5 DAYS AGO AND IT IS GOING BACK TOMORROW. THE SO CALLED HEAVY DUTY AGITATOR MOVES CLOTHES SO SLOW I COULD DO BETTER WITH A 5 GALLON BUCKET AND A WOODEN STICK. IT TAKES OVER 45 MINUTES TO COMPLETE A CYLE SET ON CASUAL LIGHT. IF YOU WANT YOUR CLOTHES TO GET RINSED, YOU HAD BETTER REMEMBER TO PUSH THE DEEP RINSE BUTTON. IF YOU DON'T, THE TUB DOES NOT FILL BACK UP FOR THE RINSE CYCLE, IT JUST SPRAYS WATER OVER THE CLOTHES IN THE FINAL SPIN. WHATEVER YOU DO, DO NOT OPEN THE LID AFTER IT HAS STARTED TO AGITATE. IF LID IS OPENED MACHINE STOPS, BLINKS LIGHTS, CLICKS AND BUZZES, AND IF YOU ARE LUCKY IT MIGHT START TO WASH AGAIN. THE SPIN CYLE RUNS AT A REALLY HIGH RPM, WHICH IS A GOOD THING. STRANGELY ENOUGH, AFTER DOING ALL THIS SPINNING TO REMOVE THE WATER IT SPRAYS A BLAST OF WATER ON THE CLOTHES WHEN IT SHUTS DOWN. STUPID DESIGN, LOUSY MACHINE.
September 16, 2016
Rated 3 out of 5 by leej97 first load, not clean!
bought this washer and was surprised how unnecessarily advanced they have tried to make washing machines. This unit wants you to put the detergent into the wash bin first with NO water. Then they want you to pile dry clothes into the bin and then start it. after the first load, we immediately noticed that dark clothes had stains on them after the wash. We used the 2 tide pods that were included with the washer and either it was them not dissolved or the washer is throwing grease into the load. Either way, It makes alot of weird noises and takes forever to finish. If it is also going to stain clothes, I will be returning it promptly.
September 15, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Doc57 Size and easy of operation
When we went looking for a new washing size was very important to accomplish our wash with limited numbers of loads. We also wanted an eases at operating, etc. some models required you to not be able to add softener during the wash process and not at the beginning.
September 23, 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by linwash Good Job!
We bought this washer about six months ago and are very satisfied with it. The price was great and it does a great job. I always use the additional "deep rinse cycle" to get an extra rinse after using fabric softener. There was a little adjustment from my older simpler machine but we're happy with our choice.
September 21, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by LaundryExpert GE - GTW330ASKWW - Excellent Basic Standard Washer
I was looking for a standard top load washer and found it with GE - GTW330ASKWW. Very pleased with the performance - quiet, great size and easy to operate.
September 22, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by beader G E top load washing machine
This washer had the features we most desired including stainless steel tub. It washes with low water usage and gets clothes clean even when cold water wash us used. The spin cycle is great with clothes nearly dry when finished. It is also quieter than our previous washer.
September 20, 2016
Rated 3 out of 5 by JoanieK44 Long Cycles and Little Ability to Control
I guess I'm used to my ancient washer where I could change cycles (e.g., from wash to rinse) at a whim to control the washing process. The regular selections (e.g., delicates) seem to go on forever (an hour?), so I mostly use the speed wash selection.
September 19, 2016