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Leaning towards Elctrolux

Posted by bigdaddybondo (My Page) on
Sat, Nov 19, 11 at 19:05

We are in the market for a new W and D... after reading many of the recomendations Electrolux looks like it may be the fit for us.. I was wondering if the wave touch was only available with steam.. and what do I need steam for.. LOL. too simple I guess I use one setting for everything... I really like the space it provides, and if the steam wasnt worth it, whats up with the IQ touch, I know id be giving up some of the capacity, but is it still worth it? currently we have a maytag Neptune set, wich still work fine, probably not as efficient as they once were considering they are about 10+ yurs old, also in my last house i had Bosch 500 which I really liked, but they lacked the capacity Im hoping for... any suggestions or comments would be appreciated.. thanks

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RE: Leaning towards Elctrolux

If you go on the Electrolux site, you can pull up the owners manual for each of these machines and read about the different features. Steam is for removing heavily stained clothes. The wave touch has more features, plus a add water feature in the panel too.

RE: Leaning towards Elctrolux

@bigdaddybondo: There is a huge thread about elux washer dryer maybe few pages back now... but i posted a matrix about differences between all the models. Also lots of other good info about elux washer dryers.

RE: Leaning towards Elctrolux link

here is the link

Here is a link that might be useful: elux thread

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