Fisher and Paykel WA42T26GW1
Fisher and Paykel WA42T26GW1
Top 63%144 points
Top 63%
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Fisher and Paykel WA42T26GW1 review: 19 facts and highlights

1. has top energy efficiency rating

The appliance is either Energy Star Certified, or has an EU energy efficiency rating of A++ or A+++. This means it consumes around 20-30% less energy than is required by the minimum local standards for energy efficiency.
Fisher and Paykel WA42T26GW1
75% have it

2. maximum spin speed

A faster spin speed means you can get things cleaner with a lower temperature of water. Using a fast spin also extracts water, meaning that the clothes come out nearly dry. Generally, anything over 1000 rpm is very good.
1000rpm
Asko W6884ECO: 1800rpm

3. Has a load sensor

Machines with a load sensor can weigh the load and adjust settings accordingly. This means you don't have to feel as guilty about doing a smaller load as the machine will use less water.
Fisher and Paykel WA42T26GW1
35% have it

4. number of cycle programs

With a wider range of programs to choose from you can be more specific and choose the best, most economic program for your needs.
6
Gorenje W9865E: 31

5. annual power consumption

The more power per year a device consumes, the less energy efficient it is, making it more costly over time.
151kWh
Kenmore 41573: 87kWh

6. thickness

647.7mm
Hoover OPH 716DF: 60mm

7. height

1.02m
Samsung WF70F5E5P4W: 800mm

8. Is stackable

Stackable machines are ideal if you have limited space as you could stack a tumble dryer on top of a washing machine.
Fisher and Paykel WA42T26GW1
11% have it

9. has a dot matrix display

Dot matrix displays can show important text or graphics using a matrix of lights or mechanical indicators like the display on a calculator.
Fisher and Paykel WA42T26GW1
87% have it

10. drum volume

With a bigger drum you can fit in larger items such as duvets, or do a big load at once.
84.94l
Kenmore 31522: 1330.8l

11. Has a transparent door

With a transparent door you can look inside the machine and see what laundry is inside.
Fisher and Paykel WA42T26GW1
87% have it

12. front loading machine

Front loading machines are good as you can use the space above and sometimes stack a dryer on top. In general front loading machines use less energy, using less water by only partly filling the drum and obtaining higher spin speeds which clean without requiring as much heat.
Fisher and Paykel WA42T26GW1
85% have it

13. maximum delay start

This is the maximum amount of time you can set the machine to begin in the future.
9hrs
IFB AW7201RB: 48hrs

14. has delay start option

With a delay start option you can schedule the machine to begin at a later time. You can also set the machine to wash at night if your electricity is cheaper outside of peak times.
Fisher and Paykel WA42T26GW1
79% have it

15. top loading machine

Top loading machines are good because you can load and unload without bending down. In general they have less problems with mold accumulating and on average a wash takes less time. In general they are cheaper to buy and are a good space saving option.
Fisher and Paykel WA42T26GW1
15% have it

16. has a reversible door

A reversible door is useful if the machine is in a corner, so you can make it open more conveniently. It also means the door is easy to remove and can be replaced if needed.
Fisher and Paykel WA42T26GW1
0% have it

17. Has a honeycomb drum

The slightly sculptured surface structure of the honeycomb drum creates a thin film of water or air which gently cushions and protects your laundry.
Fisher and Paykel WA42T26GW1
10% have it

18. width

647.7mm
Whirlpool AWE 8840: 400mm

19. has an end of cycle signal

The machine will let you know when it is finished with an alarm or even by playing a tune.
Fisher and Paykel WA42T26GW1
49% have it

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