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GE GFWH2400LWW Front Loading Washing Machine Review

GE's GFWH2400LWW is a feature-packed washer found on sale for around $750. Still, cheaper washers do the basics just as well.

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Introduction

GE's GFWH2400LWW is a high-end front loading washer with lots of custom cycles and a feature that claims to reduce vibration during spin cycles. The washer did well in our tests, with especially impressive results on stain removal analysis, but we can't ignore where it stands in GE's lineup. For about $300 less, you can buy the GE-GFWN1100LWW which, though less full-featured, had some of the best performance of any washer that's come through our labs.

The more expensive model might be worth it if you're placing a washer on a second floor and need to keep vibration to a minimum, or if you like lots of cycles that can be easily customized. Otherwise, the GFWH2400LWW's toughest competitor comes from the same factory.

Comparable Products

Before you buy the GE GFWH2400LWW, take a look at these other washing machines.

Sections

  1. Introduction
  2. Design
  3. Efficiency
  4. Washing Speed & Performance
  5. Washing Features
  6. Wash Controls & Use
  7. GE GFWN1100LWW Comparison
  8. Whirlpool WFW94HEXW Comparison
  9. Frigidaire Affinity FAFS4272LA Comparison
  10. Conclusion

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