Basecamp by Mr. Heater Single Tub Washing Machine (White/Blue)
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- Top loading single tub with 4.40 pounds wash capacity. Quiet operation. Self draining
- Wash cycle with timer
- 120V AC operation or can be used with a DC to AC power inverter
- Bottom mounted agitator. Agitator wash action with timer control
- Strong ABS plastic housing.
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|Item Dimensions||13.77 x 12.99 x 18.89 inches|
|Legal Disclaimer||No returns or exchanges. Items are listed as used.|
|Shipping Weight||14.55 pounds|
Top Customer Reviews
|Length: 9:14 Mins|
I live in an apartment building and going to the laundromat is really a big issue for me. Yes I must confess. I'm one of those people that let the laundry pile up. I dread doing laundry so much that I sometimes let it pile up for up to 6 weeks [shh.. pls don't tell anyone ;) ] First of all, I have to drag the laundry down a flight of 3 stairs and then back up when the laundry is done. And then drive down a couple of blocks to the laundromat. The one very close to me charges $4.00 for a load for the small machines which I think is ridiculous!! Where I go to charge $2.50 for a load. The big machines are $3.75 and $4.50. Sometimes it's raining or snowing or it just rained and/ or snowed ugh.. you get the picture. Then at the laundromat, I have to deal with rude people, some machines will probably not be working so I have to wait for a machine to become available and then wait for the clothes to wash and then the dryer plus the added inconvenience of washing my clothes in public (when did it become acceptable to wash our dirty linen in public lol.. just saying)
With the base camp, I can do my laundry in the comfort of my home, while doing other house chores or just relaxing on a nice saturday afternoon. I don't have space for a regular washer. Even if I did, the cost of a washer and a dryer is very discouraging. This product saves on water, soap and money too.Read more ›
Clothing Tests ( To give you an idea of what it can handle ):
All tests done with leading liquid laundry detergent and/or bleach
In some instances for thick cotton clothing, filled the tub up to 3/4
Thermal Sweaters ( no more than two at a time )
Hooded Sweaters ( One at a time, water makes them real heavy, didnt want to stress the agitator )
Blue Jeans ( 1 to 2 jeans simultaneously, depending on size )
Dress Shirts ( 5 simultaneously )
Dress Socks ( 15 pairs )
White socks ( 10 pairs )
Boxers ( 15 )
Underwear ( 10 )
Track Pants ( three at a time )
As far as detergent goes, I find it best to fill the tub with water halfway first, then pour the detergent, softener and / or bleach, set the timer to max to evenly mix the soap/bleach, then toss in the clothing one at a time. Invest in a small plastic bucket to fill the tub as the rinse tube is too narrow and takes too long to fill the tub.Read more ›
Only thing I don't like is the flimsy hose it comes with to attach to the sink... invest a couple of dollars at the hardware store and buy another one.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
When you dread the trip to the laundromat and the high cost of that plus the wear and tear on your clothes of overheated dryers, you may need one of these. Read morePublished 20 days ago by Virginia Allain
Lasted 15 months before the motor died suddenly one day. Averaged out to seven bucks a month for the convenience of doing laundry at home as needed. Read morePublished 24 days ago by Julia
First, if it is not rotating, it may be overloaded (clothes too heavy). Try taking some out.
Mine stopped rotating, at all, after about 4 good months. Read more
Sounds good in concept, and if you use it rarely and treat it with kid gloves it will work for rare RV trips. You need to be aware of what it IS and what it IS NOT. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Jason R Gray
have had it for two years and use it often. The lid is a little flimsy be careful, watch out not to get water on the timer assy it is right on the top and cold get wetPublished 8 months ago by Ralph S.
I have used this unit for almost a year now and I can say that I have had no problems with it I use it all the time unless I have large stuff then I go to the laundry mat but I can... Read morePublished 9 months ago by denise bohling
Has saved me so much money by not having to go to the laundromat. I dislike having to wring out water from the clothes, but I dislike going to the laundromat even more. Read morePublished 10 months ago by JADE H.
Does what it needs to do, although it unable to do a large load, which should be totally obvious. This is great for washing baby items which are constantly dirty or stained 24/7.Published 10 months ago by Greg Deerfield
First the timer broke and now it does not work at all. This is only an expensive plastic bucket with a lid and a drain hose.Published 12 months ago by Sandy