|Brand Name||Speed Queen|
|Item Weight||180 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||28 x 25.6 x 42.8 inches|
|Item model number||TR3000WN|
|Included Components||washing machine|
|Manufacturer Warranty||Free 10yr Warranty on Major Components|
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Speed Queen TR3000WN 26 Inch Top Load Washer with 3.2 cu. ft. Capacity, Stainless Steel Wash Tub, in White
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The awn432sp113tw04 top load washer offers 3.3 cu. Ft. Capacity for a comfortable load. The full tub wash & rinse feature fills the entire tub with water, and together the 210 degree agitation, provide maximum clean results. The durability of the product is ensured due to the commercial-grade steel cabinet and stainless steel tub.
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I went to a few appliance stores, selected a model, found the store selling it for the best price and went there. The one with the least amount of terrible reviews under $700 was the goal. The salesguy approached me and wrote down my order. He said he would be GLAD to sell me the new machine I had selected, but he just wanted to *show* me the Speed Queen. I stood there like the clueless recent-new-homeowner-guy-in-his-mid-30s that I am. "Huh? A what?!?"
At first, I was skeptical. Speed Queen. Reminded me of laundromats. I'd never seen a Speed Queen in anybody's home before. Everybody buys Amana, LG, Samsung, Maytag. Speed Queen sounded like an off-brand with an inflated price. Did this guy get a sick kickback if he sold me this trash? But, then it all made sense. Being in a laundromat gave it a weird connotation, but honestly -- those machines are in absolutely CONSTANT use and this company is able to create a machine that can deal with it, and furthermore, make it their specialty since residential sales are clearly not their strength. They RELY on commercial sales.
He asked me to consider it. Read the reviews on them. Try to find a source that doubted their ability. I could not find one. I could not find a single place on the international interwebs that said they were a "bad buy". Yeah, there is nothing HE about them. It sucks up electricity and water at the same rate as my 1991 Maytag. But, you know what? Those clothes came out clean -- no questions asked. Most of the reviews on the newest designs the big guys were making were negative. That they didn't use enough water to remove dirt and stains. That their electronic components were unreliable and often rendered the machine useless when they failed prematurely.
Here's the Speed Queen smiling dopily in the corner. It uses gallon after gallon of water, you'd think wastefully. Like your grandma's old power-sucking washing machine. You think I'm going to say it's "Not Your Grandma's Washing Machine". You're wrong. It *IS* your grandma's washing machine!!! And it's effing amazing. Not a single LED light bulb on it's display. Not a single touch-sensitive sensor to change water temperature. Nope. This here is a series of chintzy-looking dials on a stationery backplate. No bells. No whistles. No displays.
This washing machine is here to tell you that you don't *NEED* that crazy stuff. Moreso, it's going to prove it to you. It's going to cost you *more* than an entry level HE machine, which is enough to scare most people off. It looks like something you could buy on Craigslist for $50, why should you spend [enter list price here] on it? Here's why.
My friends and coworkers still whine about their HE machines giving out, breaking down, requiring replacement every 5 years. Fighting for repair within warranty 6 months into ownership. They still have coffee stains on their shirts. Pizza grease on their pants. Their white socks look like they ditched shoes for a day and wandered a swamp.
*My* clothes are clean. CLEAN, I tell you. I've only had this machine for 6 months, but I know I won't be replacing it in 5 years. Because Speed Queen has a 10-effin-year warranty on most components! I know, I know... "most" components. You'd be right. My appliance dealer, though, gave me *in writing* that everything is covered for 10 years... except the transmission. That's only covered for 15... what?!? Loads? No, you animal -- years. FIFTEEN YEARS for that part. Did I mention it's made in Wisconsin?!? Yeah, this washing machine smells like America's heartland... because that's where it came from. It's blown in fresh from dairy farms where all the best cheese in 'Murica is made (but a special shout-out to all those European cheeses, too -- you make the world go 'round!).
I'm giving this Speed Queen a FIVE STAR review because it's unafraid to be unoriginal. It has ONE JOB, cleaning your clothes, your sheets, your curtains, your small areas rugs like it's 1990... and it actually freaking does it right the first time. I am converted. Consider me in.
Edit- they have now changed the picture to the 2018 model. The 2018 has a black faceplate, the 2017 has white.
Edit- Review from consumer reports in - not favorable. May want to google that.
I concur with the reviews for the 2017 and before. I LOVE mine.
The 2018 has been drastically changed internally. Early reports is that it does not clean as well and those more mechanically inclined have grave misgivings about the durability of the 2018 construction. Do yourselves a favor before you buy and go to youtube and search for speed queen 2018 and you'll find videos of the actual operation (which you can compare with the operation of prior models by searching for them) and there is one side by side wash comparison with actual dirty laundry. Then you can make an informed decision. Don't rely on the speed queen good reputation as this is not the old standard speed queen anymore. It may be perfectly ok, it may be a disaster....only time and customers weighing in will tell the true story.
5/24/17 update - I thought I would share some additional info. that you might be interested in. I usually use the Heavy Duty/Perm Press cycle. There are three timer positions within that cycle which effect how long the wash agitation lasts...Heavy, Normal, Light. On Heavy the wash agitation is around 15 minutes. On Normal the agitation is around 9 minutes. On Light the agitation is around 6 minutes. I typically use Warm water and about a three quarters filled tub. Using that as a reference the complete cycle time (start to finish) on Heavy is around 37 minutes, Normal is around 31 minutes, Light is around 28 minutes....your times may vary depending on your water pressure and height of tub fill.