See what real mums said when we sent them a brand new Fisher & Paykel WashSmart™ Front Loader Washing Machine.  They fell in love with the ‘Add a Garment’ feature, the incredible energy rating, the quietness and the speed and the fact that it uses a tiny amount of water for each load. Read the written reviews and see the ratings on the Fisher & Paykel WashSmart™ Front Loader review page.

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  • Yes an amazing opportunity for some lucky people!



  • just purchased an electolux in the june sales – it is heaven1!!



  • sorry, but I will never ever say anything good about F&P – I had two good machines, then my third and a front end loader is absolutely appalling. It is really the after sales service – or lack of it that did it for me. Hope your story is better…



  • Always had wonderful experiences with Fisher and Paykel



  • Very lucky ladies that got the chance to actually got to trial one of these in their own homes. I think that they would be awesome & very energy efficient.



  • I like the big door on it.



  • What a wonderful opportunity the mammas who trialed this had!



  • l really love reading these it s so greet



  • This is a great video ! I think front loaders are ok and I know they do not use much water but most of them have such loooooong cycles it makes me wonder how they save power. My daughter has an LG and she said it takes ages. I must read the reviews on this machine.



  • looks great



  • I’m in the market for a new washer but never used a front loader before. Everyones who posted a review gave it a pretty good rating, if it’s a reasonable price i think i might buy this. Thanks ladies



  • Good to know, thanks for sharing.



  • I know somebody who had never used a front loader before and decided to add something. No need to explain what happened. Unfortunately the early models didn’t have anything you could sit them on. Yes, it can be a strain on your back especially when lifting out wet washing. A clothes dryer you can sit on a sturdy cupboard if you are renting and don’t want to anchor it to the wall. A relative of mine did that years ago and it never moved at all. I don’t know whether or not it’s still the same one, but he still has one on the same cupboard which is showing no signs of damage.



  • People who are concerned re getting clothes in and out of front loading machines, most brands sell a plinth which the machine sits on to make it higher, I have a bad back and have no problem, only thing I find is that I need to spin the bowl just to make sure there are no socks left in it, love my front loader.



  • Interesting…I’ve always wondered about adding to a front loader…my only question is….is it difficult for the aged or not so flexible to get the garments out ,?


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