Maytag 4.3 cu. ft. High Efficiency Top-Load Washer MVWX655DW
Bravos Series 28 Inch Top Load Washer with 4.3 cu. ft. Capacity, 11 Wash Cycles, 660 RPM, Stainless Steel Drum, Cold Wash Cycle in White
Quick Specs: Width: 27.5" Height: 42" Depth: 27"
Free delivery in San Diego while buying any appliance at $ 400
San Diego County Delivery 2-4 business days
LA Delivery 3-5 business days
Free shipping from San Diego to Los Angeles
5-year and 3-year plans available.
All the appliances in Clearance are Non-Returnable
Available on most appliances when you purchase required parts
We'll haul away your old appliance for $20
From Maytag's Bravos series, with a capacity of 4.3 cubic feet, this large-capacity washer can handle anything. The Power Wash system can dispense water and soap optimally to remove difficult stains with thorough saturation and triple spray action. Weighty wash loads of towels or large bed covers will be cleaned well with the Deep Water wash cycle. The Smooth Glide drawer offers a convenient way to add your detergents and softeners optimally and without hassle.
Best Cleaning in Its Class Driven by the Power Wash System
The Best Cleaning in its class is driven by the Power Wash system and features the extra cleaning action of the Power Wash cycle to handle stubborn stains
Optimal dispensers automatically release detergent and fabric softener at the right time for better cleaning performance
When it comes to keeping your duds looking dapper, you can count on the Power
Wash system to help tackle the toughest jobs
Power Wash Cycle
The Power Wash cycle is specially designed to serve up all kinds of clean for all kinds of clothes. It helps remove difficult stains and delivers the Best Cleaning in its class
The active Power Impeller keeps clothes thoroughly saturated with a triple action spray, and adds more movement for deep cleaning
Maytag Commercial Technology
Bravos X washers bring long-lasting, commercial-grade components into your home
Smooth Glide Drawer
The industry-exclusive Smooth Glide drawer with steel rod construction means you can load up the optimal dispensers without a hassle
Extra-Large Capacity to Clean Your Largest Loads
This 4.3 cu. ft. capacity washer is designed to tackle your largest loads
Deep Water Wash Cycle
When you've got a bulky bunch to wash, like a fluffy comforter, Deep Water Wash raises the water level to make your laundry day a breeze
Stainless Steel Wash Basket
The wash basket is constructed of sturdy stainless steel that's built for the long haul and stays looking great
The large window on Bravos washers gives a dynamic view of a whole lot of impressive washing
Cold Wash Cycle
This washer help power out tough stains using cold water and extra cleaning action
This washer meets the minimum Department of Energy requirements, so it helps you save money on your utility bills
- WASHER TYPE
- Top Load
- CLEARANCE APPLIANCES
No fancy gizmos washer
"Had recently moved to Tennessee area and needed a washer/dryer for our new home. This is the 3rd exact model washer we've purchased. We have this model in our former home and also in our vacation home. When our daughter and husband needed a new washer, they looked at ours and bought the same model. They have been happy with their purchase. In other words, to purchase 4 of the same washers says a lot of confidence in Maytag. The only thing we wished the washer had was a delay start but that's ok, we are very happy with our purchase and will pass the word about this washer on to others.
Want clean? Sensitive skin? Skip this one.
"I hate this washer. The balance on it is so touchy that you have to load clothes one piece at a time (for heavy items like jeans or towels) or small handful at a time (for smaller items) being careful to ensure the load is perfectly balanced. If you don't, it will attempt to crash through the walls before it stops and tries, unsuccessfully, to balance the load again. Because of this problem, I've stood at the washer watching the rinse and spin cycle trying to figure out which area is off balance. (Most of the time, I have to empty the machine completely and put half of the soaking wet clothes back in to spin and do the rest in a second load. While watching the rinse cycle, I noticed that the water pours into the machine from one spot (it doesn't turn while filling) and it only adds enough water to reach about 2-3 inches below the top of the clothes. As it agitates, the clothes on top are never pulled under the water, thus never getting rinsed out. The only reason the top clothes are wet is the capillary action of the fabric Despite using a double rinse cycle for every load, my detergent-sensitive teen has been battling eczema for the first time in 16 years due to the detergent not getting fully rinsed out."