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The 5 Best Selling Washing Machines in the US - May 2021

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Updated 02 March 2021
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5 best selling washing machines May 2021

What Are the Best Selling Washing Machines in March 2021?

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LG WT5270CW AEG L9FEC966R Magic Chef MCSTCW16S4 Bosch Serie 8 WAW285H2UC Samsung WF50K7500AVA2
LG WT5270CW AEG L9FEC966R Magic Chef MCSTCW16S4 Bosch Serie 8 WAW285H2UC Samsung WF50K7500AVA2
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8kg
CAPACITY
1,100 RPM
MAXIMUM SPIN
SPEED
53dB
NOISE LEVEL
9kg
CAPACITY
1,600 RPM
MAXIMUM SPIN
SPEED
47dB
NOISE LEVEL
45kg
CAPACITY
1,400 RPM
MAXIMUM SPIN
SPEED
9kg
CAPACITY
1,400 RPM
MAXIMUM SPIN
SPEED
48dB
NOISE LEVEL
8kg
CAPACITY
1,300 RPM
MAXIMUM SPIN
SPEED
53dB
NOISE LEVEL
85
Brand Rating
Excellent Brand
81
Features
Fully-Featured
76
Value for Money
Very Good
77
Kagoo Score
Very Good
91
Reviews
2 Reviews + 1 Award
80
Features
Fully-Featured
63
Value for Money
Good
95
Running Costs
$410 Over 10 Years
77
Kagoo Score
Very Good
96
Reviews
83 Reviews
85
Features
Fully-Featured
81
Popularity
Quite Popular
85
Value for Money
Very Good
98
Running Costs
$220 Over 10 Years
87
Kagoo Score
Excellent
93
Brand Rating
Excellent Brand
81
Features
Fully-Featured
67
Value for Money
Good
82
Running Costs
$580 Over 10 Years
78
Kagoo Score
Very Good
90
Reviews
822 Reviews + 2 Awards
83
Features
Fully-Featured
78
Popularity
Quite Popular
76
Value for Money
Very Good
98
Running Costs
$230 Over 10 Years
83
Kagoo Score
Excellent
A fully featured and good value for money 8kg capacity washing machine, good for small families. It has a child lock, an adjustable temperature and a noise level of 53dB and features adjustable spin speed. A quiet and maximum spin speed 9kg capacity washing machine, good for small families. The cheapest large washing machine around, with a very good spec and fantastic user reviews. Multiple reviews mentioned that it's a good size and very quiet, and easy to carry around. A very economical to run and phenomenally quiet 9kg capacity washing machine, with a very good spec. Customers report that this washing machine has excellent features and it's very quiet, and easy to use. It's an award winning and sensationally economical to run 8kg capacity washing machine, very good for small families. It has a child lock and a load balancing system and features self-cleaning and adjustable spin speed.
3 Reasons For
Bigger Drum Volume
Child Lock
Better Brand
8 Reasons For
Quieter Noise Level
Load Balancing System
Foam Control System
Spin-Drying Class Rating of Better
Delayed Start Timer
Child Lock
19 Months Newer
Expert Reviews Are Vastly Better
8 Reasons For
Bigger Drum Capacity
Delayed Start Timer
Better Kagoo Score
Cheaper by $560
More Shops Are Selling It
61% Cheaper to Run Over Five Years
More Reasonably Priced
Has a Better Acceptable Noise Level
3 Reasons For
25 Washing Programs
Silent Washing Program
Night Washing Program
8 Reasons For
Load Balancing System
Child Lock
Self-Cleaning
More Shops Are Selling It
Two More Awards
User Reviews Are Slightly Better
Better in Terms of Size
More Nicely Designed
9 Reasons Against
Significantly Smaller Drum Capacity
11% Louder Noise Level
Vastly Slower Maximum Spin Speed
Does Not Have a Load Balancing System
Only Eight Washing Programs
Worse Kagoo Score
$560 More Expensive
Fewer Sellers
Over Two Years Older
8 Reasons Against
Vastly Smaller Drum Capacity
Smaller Drum Volume
Worse Kagoo Score
$908 More Expensive
Less Retailers
More Expensive to Run Over Five Years by 81%
Fewer Awards
Worse Brand
6 Reasons Against
Slower Maximum Spin Speed
19 Less Washing Programs
93.45L Smaller Drum Volume
Older by Over One Year
User Review Rating is a Bit Worse
Worse Brand
9 Reasons Against
Vastly Smaller Drum Capacity
1dB Louder Noise Level
Slower Maximum Spin Speed
Spin-Drying Class Rating of Worse
Worse Kagoo Score
Not Currently Available
Over Two Years Older
More Expensive to Run Over Five Years by 159%
Worse Brand
10 Reasons Against
37kg Smaller Drum Capacity
11% Louder Noise Level
Vastly Slower Maximum Spin Speed
Worse Kagoo Score
$735 More Expensive
Over Four Years Older
2% Higher Running Costs Over Five Years
Significantly Lower Expert Review Score
Appreciably Lower Overall Review Score
Worse Brand
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LG WT5270CW
8kg
CAPACITY
1,100 RPM
MAXIMUM SPIN
SPEED
53dB
NOISE LEVEL

The LG WT5270CW has a Kagoo Score of 77. However with a price tag of $899.99 this washing machine is a bit expensive. For further details check out our full review of the LG WT5270CW or read our article on whether you should buy a LG washing machine.

Features We Love:
Quieter than average noise level (53dB)
Child lock
Energy Star certified
Huge drum volume (139L)

A fully featured and good value for money 8kg capacity washing machine, good for small families. It has a child lock, an adjustable temperature and a noise level of 53dB and features adjustable spin speed.

81
Features
Fully-Featured
76
Value for Money
Very Good
77
Kagoo Score
Very Good

3 Reasons For for Choosing the LG WT5270CW

Bigger Drum Volume

The LG WT5270CW is a 138.75L drum volume washing machine. That's 69.75L bigger than the AEG L9FEC966R (69L) and 93.45L bigger than the Magic Chef MCSTCW16S4 (45.3L). More ...

The drum volume denotes the capacity of the washing machine, measures in litres.

A larger drum volume means it has a bigger capacity, meaning more clothes can be washed at once.

Child Lock

The LG WT5270CW has a child lock (as do the AEG L9FEC966R and the Samsung WF50K7500AVA2), whereas the Bosch Serie 8 WAW285H2UC and the Magic Chef MCSTCW16S4 do not have this feature. More ...

A child lock is a special system to stop children from accidentally opening the machine when you're not looking, leading to them hurting themselves or the machine.

A child lock makes the washing machine far safer to use around small children, and reduces the chance of accident.

Better Brand

LG washing machines have an average rating of 95%, but AEG only has an average rating of 66.3%, Bosch only has an average rating of 75.4%, Magic Chef only has an average rating of 76.2% and Samsung only has an average rating of 82.8%.

9 Reasons Against for Choosing the LG WT5270CW

Significantly Smaller Drum Capacity

The LG WT5270CW is an 8kg capacity washing machine (as does the Samsung WF50K7500AVA2), whereas the AEG L9FEC966R and the Bosch Serie 8 WAW285H2UC are both 9kg capacity washing machines (1kg bigger) and the Magic Chef MCSTCW16S4 is a 45kg capacity washing machine (37kg bigger). More ...

The drum capacity refers to the amount of clothes that the washing machine drum can hold, measured in kilograms.

A bigger drum capacity means that the washing machine can hold more clothes at once.

11% Louder Noise Level

The LG WT5270CW has a noise level of 53dB (as does the Samsung WF50K7500AVA2), however the AEG L9FEC966R is a 47dB noise level washing machine (6dB quieter) and the Bosch Serie 8 WAW285H2UC is a 48dB noise level washing machine (5dB quieter). More ...

How much noise the washing machine makes when it's in use, measures in decibels (dB).

Less noise makes for a nicer atmosphere while your wash is running, and means the machine is less likely to disturb and annoy people.

Vastly Slower Maximum Spin Speed

The LG WT5270CW has a maximum spin speed of 1 RPM, however the AEG L9FEC966R is a 1,600 RPM maximum spin speed washing machine (500 RPM faster), the Bosch Serie 8 WAW285H2UC and the Magic Chef MCSTCW16S4 are both 1,400 RPM maximum spin speed washing machines (300 RPM faster) and the Samsung WF50K7500AVA2 is a 1,300 RPM maximum spin speed washing machine (200 RPM faster). More ...

The maximum spin speed in the quickest that the washing machine can spin, measured in revolutions per minute (RPM).

A faster spin speed means the clothes will have water spun out of them faster and more efficiently - making the overall wash time shorter.

Does Not Have a Load Balancing System

The LG WT5270CW does not have a load balancing system, but the AEG L9FEC966R, the Bosch Serie 8 WAW285H2UC, the Magic Chef MCSTCW16S4 and the Samsung WF50K7500AVA2 have this feature. More ...

A load balancing system on your washing machine helps to spread the clothes evenly around the drum, rather than have them all bunch in a single place.

Having a balanced load in your washing machine helps the drum rotate smoother, and means the drum vibrates less, reducing the amount of noise from the machine.

Only Eight Washing Programs

The LG WT5270CW is a eight washing program washing machine, whereas the Bosch Serie 8 WAW285H2UC only has 25 washing programs. More ...

We do not know the number of washing programs on the AEG L9FEC966R or the Samsung WF50K7500AVA2. It is possible that they do not have any washing programs.

The number of different washing programs that the washing machine can perform.

More washing programs make the machine more versatile, and mean it can handle lots of different types of clothing.

Worse Kagoo Score

The LG WT5270CW has only received a Kagoo Score of 77, whereas the Bosch Serie 8 WAW285H2UC scored 78, the Magic Chef MCSTCW16S4 scored 87 and the Samsung WF50K7500AVA2 scored 83.

$560 More Expensive

The LG WT5270CW is more expensive than the Magic Chef MCSTCW16S4 by $560.

Fewer Sellers

Only 1 retailer sell the LG WT5270CW, but 2 stores sell the Magic Chef MCSTCW16S4 and 2 stores sell the Samsung WF50K7500AVA2. More ...

The smaller the number of stores that stock this washing machine, the lower the competition amongst stores to keep prices low.
Over Two Years Older

The LG WT5270CW is older than the AEG L9FEC966R by two years and older than the Magic Chef MCSTCW16S4 by nine months.

The cheapest price that we could find for the WT5270CW in the US is $899.99 but in total we found only 1 price for it.

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AEG L9FEC966R

$1,248.02
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AEG L9FEC966R

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AEG L9FEC966R
9kg
CAPACITY
1,600 RPM
MAXIMUM SPIN
SPEED
47dB
NOISE LEVEL
76kWh
ANNUAL ENERGY
$406
OVER 10 YEARS
A+++

The AEG L9FEC966R has a Kagoo Score of 77. However with a price tag of $1,248.02 this washing machine is a bit expensive. For further details check out our full review of the AEG L9FEC966R or read our article on whether you should buy a AEG washing machine.

Features We Love:
Big drum capacity (9kg)
Fast maximum spin speed (1,600 RPM)
Quieter than average noise level (47dB)
Child lock
Load balancing system

A quiet and maximum spin speed 9kg capacity washing machine, good for small families.

91
Reviews
2 Reviews + 1 Award
80
Features
Fully-Featured
63
Value for Money
Good
95
Running Costs
$410 Over 10 Years
77
Kagoo Score
Very Good

Multiple reviews mentioned that AEG L9FEC966R has outstanding expert reviews with an average expert rating of 100%.

Which? Best Buy

8 Reasons For for Choosing the AEG L9FEC966R

Quieter Noise Level

The AEG L9FEC966R has a noise level of 47dB, but the Bosch Serie 8 WAW285H2UC is a 48dB noise level washing machine (1dB louder) and the LG WT5270CW and the Samsung WF50K7500AVA2 are both 53dB noise level washing machines (6dB louder). More ...

How much noise the washing machine makes when it's in use, measures in decibels (dB).

Less noise makes for a nicer atmosphere while your wash is running, and means the machine is less likely to disturb and annoy people.

Load Balancing System

The AEG L9FEC966R has a load balancing system, and so does the Samsung WF50K7500AVA2, but the Bosch Serie 8 WAW285H2UC, the LG WT5270CW and the Magic Chef MCSTCW16S4 do not. More ...

A load balancing system on your washing machine helps to spread the clothes evenly around the drum, rather than have them all bunch in a single place.

Having a balanced load in your washing machine helps the drum rotate smoother, and means the drum vibrates less, reducing the amount of noise from the machine.

Foam Control System

The AEG L9FEC966R has a foam control system, whereas the Bosch Serie 8 WAW285H2UC, the LG WT5270CW, the Magic Chef MCSTCW16S4 and the Samsung WF50K7500AVA2 do not. More ...

A foam control system is a special function that reduces the amount of foam being produced by the washing machine.

Too much foam can seriously reduce the effectiveness of your wash, since the foam doesn't allow the friction necessary for serious deep cleaning. Therefore a foam control system can help keep the effectiveness of your washing machine high.

Spin-Drying Class Rating of Better

The AEG L9FEC966R has an spin-drying class of A, whereas the Bosch Serie 8 WAW285H2UC only has an spin-drying class of B. We do not know what type of spin-drying class the LG WT5270CW, the Magic Chef MCSTCW16S4 and the Samsung WF50K7500AVA2 have. More ...

The spin-drying efficiency class according to the EU energy label. The classes range from A (most efficient) to G (least efficient).

Delayed Start Timer

The AEG L9FEC966R has a delayed start timer, and so does the Magic Chef MCSTCW16S4, whereas the Bosch Serie 8 WAW285H2UC, the LG WT5270CW and the Samsung WF50K7500AVA2 do not. More ...

A delayed start timer allows you to set a washing load to run after a certain time period (i.e 1 hour, 3 hours, etc) has passed.

A delayed start timer on your washing machine can help schedule the washing around your lifestyle. For instance, you can set the washing so that it will run while you're at work, and be just finished by the time you get home.

Child Lock

The AEG L9FEC966R has a child lock (as do the LG WT5270CW and the Samsung WF50K7500AVA2), however the Bosch Serie 8 WAW285H2UC and the Magic Chef MCSTCW16S4 do not have this feature. More ...

A child lock is a special system to stop children from accidentally opening the machine when you're not looking, leading to them hurting themselves or the machine.

A child lock makes the washing machine far safer to use around small children, and reduces the chance of accident.

19 Months Newer

The AEG L9FEC966R was released three years later than the Bosch Serie 8 WAW285H2UC, released two years later than the LG WT5270CW, released 19 months later than the Magic Chef MCSTCW16S4 and released four years later than the Samsung WF50K7500AVA2

Expert Reviews Are Vastly Better

Based on 2 expert reviews, the average review score of the AEG L9FEC966R is 100%, however the average rating of the Samsung WF50K7500AVA2 is 63% (based on 5 reviews).

8 Reasons Against for Choosing the AEG L9FEC966R

Vastly Smaller Drum Capacity

The AEG L9FEC966R has a drum capacity of 9kg (as does the Bosch Serie 8 WAW285H2UC), however the LG WT5270CW and the Samsung WF50K7500AVA2 are both 8kg capacity washing machines (1kg smaller) and the Magic Chef MCSTCW16S4 is a 45kg capacity washing machine (36kg bigger). More ...

The drum capacity refers to the amount of clothes that the washing machine drum can hold, measured in kilograms.

A bigger drum capacity means that the washing machine can hold more clothes at once.

Smaller Drum Volume

The AEG L9FEC966R is a 69L drum volume washing machine. That's 69.75L smaller than the LG WT5270CW (138.75L) and 23.7L bigger than the Magic Chef MCSTCW16S4 (45.3L). More ...

The drum volume denotes the capacity of the washing machine, measures in litres.

A larger drum volume means it has a bigger capacity, meaning more clothes can be washed at once.

Worse Kagoo Score

The AEG L9FEC966R has only received a Kagoo Score of 77, however the Bosch Serie 8 WAW285H2UC scored 78, the Magic Chef MCSTCW16S4 scored 87 and the Samsung WF50K7500AVA2 scored 83.

$908 More Expensive

The AEG L9FEC966R is more expensive than the LG WT5270CW by $348, more expensive than the Magic Chef MCSTCW16S4 by $908 and more expensive than the Samsung WF50K7500AVA2 by $173.

Less Retailers

Only 1 shop sell the AEG L9FEC966R, whereas 2 stores sell the Magic Chef MCSTCW16S4 and 2 stores sell the Samsung WF50K7500AVA2. More ...

Smaller numbers of stores reduces the price competition amongst retailers for this washing machine and also reduces the chances of the product remaining in stock.
More Expensive to Run Over Five Years by 81%

The running costs over five years of the AEG L9FEC966R are $406 which is $181 more than the Magic Chef MCSTCW16S4 and $177 more than the Samsung WF50K7500AVA2. Show assumptions.

Fewer Awards

Whilst the AEG L9FEC966R has received 1 award, the Samsung WF50K7500AVA2 has received 2 awards.

Worse Brand

AEG washing machines have an average rating of only 66.3%, whereas Bosch has an average rating of 75.4%, LG has an average rating of 95%, Magic Chef has an average rating of 76.2% and Samsung has an average rating of 82.8%.

The cheapest price that we could find for the L9FEC966R in the US is $1,248.02 but in total we found only 1 price for it.

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Magic Chef MCSTCW16S4

$340.23
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Magic Chef MCSTCW16S4

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Magic Chef MCSTCW16S4
45kg
CAPACITY
1,400 RPM
MAXIMUM SPIN
SPEED
103kWh
ANNUAL ENERGY
CONSUMPTION
$225
OVER 10 YEARS

The Magic Chef MCSTCW16S4 has a Kagoo Score of 87. With a price tag of $340.23 this washing machine is good value for money. For further details check out our full review of the Magic Chef MCSTCW16S4.

Features We Love:
Huge drum capacity (45kg)
Delayed start timer

The cheapest large washing machine around, with a very good spec and fantastic user reviews. Multiple reviews mentioned that it's a good size and very quiet, and easy to carry around.

96
Reviews
83 Reviews
85
Features
Fully-Featured
81
Popularity
Quite Popular
85
Value for Money
Very Good
98
Running Costs
$220 Over 10 Years
87
Kagoo Score
Excellent

Our review analysis indicates that Magic Chef MCSTCW16S4 has very good user reviews with an average user rating of 87%, based on 83 reviews.

8 Reasons For for Choosing the Magic Chef MCSTCW16S4

Bigger Drum Capacity

The Magic Chef MCSTCW16S4 has a drum capacity of 45kg. That's 36kg bigger than the AEG L9FEC966R and the Bosch Serie 8 WAW285H2UC (9kg) and 37kg bigger than the LG WT5270CW and the Samsung WF50K7500AVA2 (8kg). More ...

The drum capacity refers to the amount of clothes that the washing machine drum can hold, measured in kilograms.

A bigger drum capacity means that the washing machine can hold more clothes at once.

Delayed Start Timer

The Magic Chef MCSTCW16S4 has a delayed start timer (as does the AEG L9FEC966R), whereas the Bosch Serie 8 WAW285H2UC, the LG WT5270CW and the Samsung WF50K7500AVA2 do not have this feature. More ...

A delayed start timer allows you to set a washing load to run after a certain time period (i.e 1 hour, 3 hours, etc) has passed.

A delayed start timer on your washing machine can help schedule the washing around your lifestyle. For instance, you can set the washing so that it will run while you're at work, and be just finished by the time you get home.

Better Kagoo Score

The Magic Chef MCSTCW16S4 has received a Kagoo Score of 87, however the AEG L9FEC966R scored only 77, the Bosch Serie 8 WAW285H2UC scored 78, the LG WT5270CW scored only 77 and the Samsung WF50K7500AVA2 scored 83.

Cheaper by $560

The Magic Chef MCSTCW16S4 costs $907.79 less than the AEG L9FEC966R, costs $559.76 less than the LG WT5270CW and costs $734.76 less than the Samsung WF50K7500AVA2.

More Shops Are Selling It

A greater number of shops increases the chances of the product remaining in stock and also increases the price competition amongst retailers for this washing machine.

61% Cheaper to Run Over Five Years

Over five years the Magic Chef MCSTCW16S4 is $181 cheaper to run than the AEG L9FEC966R, $358 cheaper to run than the Bosch Serie 8 WAW285H2UC and $4 cheaper to run than the Samsung WF50K7500AVA2. More ...

More Reasonably Priced

Our analysis of the Magic Chef MCSTCW16S4 reviews indicates that more reviewers thought the Magic Chef MCSTCW16S4 was more reasonably priced.

Has a Better Acceptable Noise Level

Our analysis of the Magic Chef MCSTCW16S4 reviews indicates that more reviewers thought the Magic Chef MCSTCW16S4 has a better acceptable noise level. Over 10 people thought that it was very quiet.

6 Reasons Against for Choosing the Magic Chef MCSTCW16S4

Slower Maximum Spin Speed

The Magic Chef MCSTCW16S4 is a 1 RPM maximum spin speed washing machine, and so does the Bosch Serie 8 WAW285H2UC. That's 200 RPM slower than the AEG L9FEC966R (1,600 RPM), 300 RPM faster than the LG WT5270CW (1,100 RPM) and 100 RPM faster than the Samsung WF50K7500AVA2 (1,300 RPM). More ...

The maximum spin speed in the quickest that the washing machine can spin, measured in revolutions per minute (RPM).

A faster spin speed means the clothes will have water spun out of them faster and more efficiently - making the overall wash time shorter.

19 Less Washing Programs

The Magic Chef MCSTCW16S4 has six washing programs, however the Bosch Serie 8 WAW285H2UC only has 25 washing programs and the LG WT5270CW only has eight washing programs. More ...

We do not know the number of washing programs on the AEG L9FEC966R or the Samsung WF50K7500AVA2. It is possible that they do not have any washing programs.

The number of different washing programs that the washing machine can perform.

More washing programs make the machine more versatile, and mean it can handle lots of different types of clothing.

93.45L Smaller Drum Volume

The Magic Chef MCSTCW16S4 has a drum volume of 45.3L, but the AEG L9FEC966R is a 69L drum volume washing machine (23.7L bigger) and the LG WT5270CW is a 138.75L drum volume washing machine (93.45L bigger). More ...

The drum volume denotes the capacity of the washing machine, measures in litres.

A larger drum volume means it has a bigger capacity, meaning more clothes can be washed at once.

Older by Over One Year

The Magic Chef MCSTCW16S4 is 19 months older than the AEG L9FEC966R.

User Review Rating is a Bit Worse

The Magic Chef MCSTCW16S4's average user score is 89%, however the Samsung WF50K7500AVA2's is 90% (based on 817 reviews).

Worse Brand

Magic Chef washing machines have an average rating of only 76.2%, whereas LG has an average rating of 95% and Samsung has an average rating of 82.8%.

The cheapest price that we could find for the MCSTCW16S4 in the US is $340.23 but in total we found only 2 prices for it.

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Bosch Serie 8 WAW285H2UC

Bosch Serie 8 WAW285H2UC

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Bosch Serie 8 WAW285H2UC
9kg
CAPACITY
1,400 RPM
MAXIMUM SPIN
SPEED
48dB
NOISE LEVEL
152kWh
ANNUAL ENERGY
CONSUMPTION
$583
OVER 10 YEARS
A+++

The Bosch Serie 8 WAW285H2UC has a Kagoo Score of 78. With a price tag of $0.00 this washing machine is good value for money. For further details check out our full review of the Bosch Serie 8 WAW285H2UC or read our article on whether you should buy a Bosch washing machine.

Features We Love:
Big drum capacity (9kg)
Quieter than average noise level (48dB)
Silent washing program
Night washing program
AquaStop function

A very economical to run and phenomenally quiet 9kg capacity washing machine, with a very good spec.

81
Features
Fully-Featured
67
Value for Money
Good
82
Running Costs
$580 Over 10 Years
78
Kagoo Score
Very Good

3 Reasons For for Choosing the Bosch Serie 8 WAW285H2UC

25 Washing Programs

The Bosch Serie 8 WAW285H2UC has 25 washing programs, however the LG WT5270CW only has eight washing programs and the Magic Chef MCSTCW16S4 only has six washing programs. More ...

We do not know the number of washing programs on the AEG L9FEC966R or the Samsung WF50K7500AVA2. It is possible that they do not have any washing programs.

The number of different washing programs that the washing machine can perform.

More washing programs make the machine more versatile, and mean it can handle lots of different types of clothing.

Silent Washing Program

The Bosch Serie 8 WAW285H2UC has a silent washing program, but the AEG L9FEC966R, the LG WT5270CW, the Magic Chef MCSTCW16S4 and the Samsung WF50K7500AVA2 do not have this feature. More ...

A silent washing program is significantly quieter than the usual cycle.

Night Washing Program

The Bosch Serie 8 WAW285H2UC has a night washing program, whereas the AEG L9FEC966R, the LG WT5270CW, the Magic Chef MCSTCW16S4 and the Samsung WF50K7500AVA2 do not have this feature. More ...

A night washing program is significantly quieter than the usual cycle, meaning it's better for running at night without disturbing anyone.

9 Reasons Against for Choosing the Bosch Serie 8 WAW285H2UC

Vastly Smaller Drum Capacity

The Bosch Serie 8 WAW285H2UC has a drum capacity of 9kg (as does the AEG L9FEC966R), however the LG WT5270CW and the Samsung WF50K7500AVA2 are both 8kg capacity washing machines (1kg smaller) and the Magic Chef MCSTCW16S4 is a 45kg capacity washing machine (36kg bigger). More ...

The drum capacity refers to the amount of clothes that the washing machine drum can hold, measured in kilograms.

A bigger drum capacity means that the washing machine can hold more clothes at once.

1dB Louder Noise Level

The Bosch Serie 8 WAW285H2UC has a noise level of 48dB, but the AEG L9FEC966R is a 47dB noise level washing machine (1dB quieter) and the LG WT5270CW and the Samsung WF50K7500AVA2 are both 53dB noise level washing machines (5dB louder). More ...

How much noise the washing machine makes when it's in use, measures in decibels (dB).

Less noise makes for a nicer atmosphere while your wash is running, and means the machine is less likely to disturb and annoy people.

Slower Maximum Spin Speed

The Bosch Serie 8 WAW285H2UC has a maximum spin speed of 1 RPM (as does the Magic Chef MCSTCW16S4), but the AEG L9FEC966R is a 1,600 RPM maximum spin speed washing machine (200 RPM faster), the LG WT5270CW is a 1,100 RPM maximum spin speed washing machine (300 RPM slower) and the Samsung WF50K7500AVA2 is a 1,300 RPM maximum spin speed washing machine (100 RPM slower). More ...

The maximum spin speed in the quickest that the washing machine can spin, measured in revolutions per minute (RPM).

A faster spin speed means the clothes will have water spun out of them faster and more efficiently - making the overall wash time shorter.

Spin-Drying Class Rating of Worse

The Bosch Serie 8 WAW285H2UC has an spin-drying class of B, whereas the AEG L9FEC966R has an spin-drying class of A. We do not know what type of spin-drying class the LG WT5270CW, the Magic Chef MCSTCW16S4 and the Samsung WF50K7500AVA2 have. More ...

The spin-drying efficiency class according to the EU energy label. The classes range from A (most efficient) to G (least efficient).

Worse Kagoo Score

The Bosch Serie 8 WAW285H2UC has received a Kagoo Score of 78, however the Magic Chef MCSTCW16S4 scored 87 and the Samsung WF50K7500AVA2 scored 83.

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Over Two Years Older

The Bosch Serie 8 WAW285H2UC is older than the AEG L9FEC966R by three years, older than the LG WT5270CW by seven months and older than the Magic Chef MCSTCW16S4 by 16 months.

More Expensive to Run Over Five Years by 159%

The running costs of the Bosch Serie 8 WAW285H2UC are $583 which is $177 more than the AEG L9FEC966R, $358 more than the Magic Chef MCSTCW16S4 and $354 more than the Samsung WF50K7500AVA2 over five years. Show assumptions.

Worse Brand

Bosch washing machines have an average rating of only 75.4%, whereas LG has an average rating of 95%, Magic Chef has an average rating of 76.2% and Samsung has an average rating of 82.8%.

Samsung WF50K7500AVA2

$1,074.99
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Samsung WF50K7500AVA2

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Samsung WF50K7500AVA2
8kg
CAPACITY
1,300 RPM
MAXIMUM SPIN
SPEED
53dB
NOISE LEVEL
105kWh
ANNUAL ENERGY
CONSUMPTION
$229
OVER 10 YEARS

The Samsung WF50K7500AVA2 has a Kagoo Score of 83. However with a price tag of $1,074.99 this washing machine is a bit expensive. For further details check out our full review of the Samsung WF50K7500AVA2 or read our article on whether you should buy a Samsung washing machine.

Features We Love:
Child lock
Features self-cleaning
Load balancing system

Customers report that this washing machine has excellent features and it's very quiet, and easy to use. It's an award winning and sensationally economical to run 8kg capacity washing machine, very good for small families. It has a child lock and a load balancing system and features self-cleaning and adjustable spin speed.

90
Reviews
822 Reviews + 2 Awards
83
Features
Fully-Featured
78
Popularity
Quite Popular
76
Value for Money
Very Good
98
Running Costs
$230 Over 10 Years
83
Kagoo Score
Excellent

Multiple reviews mentioned that Samsung WF50K7500AVA2 has great user reviews but average expert reviews. 90% of buyers recommended this washing machine to others.

Digitaltrends.com Recommended Product
chipchick.com Pick Award
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8 Reasons For for Choosing the Samsung WF50K7500AVA2

Load Balancing System

The Samsung WF50K7500AVA2 has a load balancing system, and so does the AEG L9FEC966R, however the Bosch Serie 8 WAW285H2UC, the LG WT5270CW and the Magic Chef MCSTCW16S4 do not. More ...

A load balancing system on your washing machine helps to spread the clothes evenly around the drum, rather than have them all bunch in a single place.

Having a balanced load in your washing machine helps the drum rotate smoother, and means the drum vibrates less, reducing the amount of noise from the machine.

Child Lock

The Samsung WF50K7500AVA2 has a child lock (as do the AEG L9FEC966R and the LG WT5270CW), whereas the Bosch Serie 8 WAW285H2UC and the Magic Chef MCSTCW16S4 do not have this feature. More ...

A child lock is a special system to stop children from accidentally opening the machine when you're not looking, leading to them hurting themselves or the machine.

A child lock makes the washing machine far safer to use around small children, and reduces the chance of accident.

Self-Cleaning

The Samsung WF50K7500AVA2 features self-cleaning, however the AEG L9FEC966R, the Bosch Serie 8 WAW285H2UC, the LG WT5270CW and the Magic Chef MCSTCW16S4 do not feature this benefit. More ...

A self-cleaning function on your washing machine is a special cycle that runs once the washing has been removed, flushing out any left over detergent or mold in the drum.

A self-cleaning system can prolong the life of your washing machine, and keep it running at peak efficiency for longer.

More Shops Are Selling It

A greater number of retailers increases the price competition amongst retailers for this washing machine and also increases the chances of the product remaining in stock.

Two More Awards

The Samsung WF50K7500AVA2 has received 2 awards, but the AEG L9FEC966R has received 1 award, the Bosch Serie 8 WAW285H2UC has received no awards, the LG WT5270CW has received no awards and the Magic Chef MCSTCW16S4 has received no awards.

User Reviews Are Slightly Better

Based on 817 reviews, the average user review score of the Samsung WF50K7500AVA2 is 90%, whereas the average rating of the Magic Chef MCSTCW16S4 is 89% (based on 9 reviews).

Better in Terms of Size

Our analysis of the Samsung WF50K7500AVA2 reviews indicates that more reviewers thought the Samsung WF50K7500AVA2 was better in terms of size. More than 20 people thought that it was a good size and four people thought that it was also a big size.

More Nicely Designed

On average reviewers thought the Samsung WF50K7500AVA2 was more nicely designed. More than 30 people thought that it was very good-looking and several people thought that it was also very well designed and was neat.

10 Reasons Against for Choosing the Samsung WF50K7500AVA2

37kg Smaller Drum Capacity

The Samsung WF50K7500AVA2 is an 8kg capacity washing machine (as does the LG WT5270CW), whereas the AEG L9FEC966R and the Bosch Serie 8 WAW285H2UC are both 9kg capacity washing machines (1kg bigger) and the Magic Chef MCSTCW16S4 is a 45kg capacity washing machine (37kg bigger). More ...

The drum capacity refers to the amount of clothes that the washing machine drum can hold, measured in kilograms.

A bigger drum capacity means that the washing machine can hold more clothes at once.

11% Louder Noise Level

The Samsung WF50K7500AVA2 has a noise level of 53dB (as does the LG WT5270CW), however the AEG L9FEC966R is a 47dB noise level washing machine (6dB quieter) and the Bosch Serie 8 WAW285H2UC is a 48dB noise level washing machine (5dB quieter). More ...

How much noise the washing machine makes when it's in use, measures in decibels (dB).

Less noise makes for a nicer atmosphere while your wash is running, and means the machine is less likely to disturb and annoy people.

Vastly Slower Maximum Spin Speed

The Samsung WF50K7500AVA2 has a maximum spin speed of 1 RPM, however the AEG L9FEC966R is a 1,600 RPM maximum spin speed washing machine (300 RPM faster), the Bosch Serie 8 WAW285H2UC and the Magic Chef MCSTCW16S4 are both 1,400 RPM maximum spin speed washing machines (100 RPM faster) and the LG WT5270CW is a 1,100 RPM maximum spin speed washing machine (200 RPM slower). More ...

The maximum spin speed in the quickest that the washing machine can spin, measured in revolutions per minute (RPM).

A faster spin speed means the clothes will have water spun out of them faster and more efficiently - making the overall wash time shorter.

Worse Kagoo Score

The Samsung WF50K7500AVA2 has received a Kagoo Score of 83, whereas the Magic Chef MCSTCW16S4 scored 87.

$735 More Expensive

The Samsung WF50K7500AVA2 is more expensive than the LG WT5270CW by $175 and more expensive than the Magic Chef MCSTCW16S4 by $735.

Over Four Years Older

The Samsung WF50K7500AVA2 is older than the AEG L9FEC966R by four years, older than the Bosch Serie 8 WAW285H2UC by 14 months, older than the LG WT5270CW by 21 months and older than the Magic Chef MCSTCW16S4 by three years.

2% Higher Running Costs Over Five Years

Over five years the Samsung WF50K7500AVA2 costs $229 to run which is $4 more than the Magic Chef MCSTCW16S4. Show assumptions.

Significantly Lower Expert Review Score

The average expert rating of the Samsung WF50K7500AVA2 is only 63%, whereas the average expert rating of the AEG L9FEC966R is 100% (based on 2 reviews).

Appreciably Lower Overall Review Score

The average overall rating of the Samsung WF50K7500AVA2 is only 73%, whereas the average overall rating of the AEG L9FEC966R is 81% (based on 2 reviews) and the Magic Chef MCSTCW16S4 is 87% (based on 9 reviews).

Worse Brand

Samsung washing machines have an average rating of only 82.8%, but LG has an average rating of 95%.

The cheapest price that we could find for the WF50K7500AVA2 in the US is $1,074.99 but in total we found only 2 prices for it.

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