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- DescriptionA medium sized compaction, the Haier HLP21N is a portable washing machine suited to your little urban apartment. Heavy-duty casters of this Haier portable washing machine let you move it speedily to the sink faucet. Dump the sauced t-shirts and the muddy jeans into the 1-cubic foot stainless steel tub of this Haier washing machine that can hold up to 6-3/5 pounds of laundry. This Haier portable washing machine has electronic controls with LED indicators to select wash settings. Between heavy, normal and quick wash cycles of this Haier washing machine, you make a choice of the one required for your soiled clothes. The Haier HLP21N signals when the cycle is complete.
- Washer TypeWasher
- Washing MethodActivator
- Tub MaterialStainless Steel
- Weight Capacity43 lb
- Preset Wash Cycles3 Wash Presets
- Capacity1 cu ft
- Spin Speed740 rpm
- Annual Energy Consumption214 kWhrs
- Washer SizeCompact
- Water Levels3 Levels,Automatic
- Washer FeaturesGas Dryer,Load Sensor
- Extra SettingsExtra Rinse,Extra Rinsing,Super Quick
- Control Panel FeaturesElectronic Touch,End-of-Cycle Signal,Time Remaining Indicator
- Depth17.25 in.
- Height29.9 in.
- Width17.59 in.
Most relevant reviews
- hhdasi7Jul 23, 2017by
Perfect; just what I needed and imagined it would be.
Perfect; just what I needed and imagined it would be; you can wash anything in this washer. My only suggestion is to have multi adaptors and cords ranging very small for bathroom faucets to normal size kitchen faucets.
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: New
- taildragontamerNov 11, 2016by
Great little washer
We have used this in both the apartment and the camper for a family of three. Lots of loads have been run through it. Enough so we wore the belt out so I would recommend keeping a spare or two on hand i you use yours every day like us. It still worked but the agitation and spin become degraded when the belt is worn. Probably because we tended to overload it. Also broke one of the plastic wheels from moving it around so much and being a little rough. Going to see if I can find some bigger wheels at Home depot like another reviewer did. Don't let those comments discourage you as I would buy another one knowing now how good they are. We have used it like it was a full size machine and combined it with a 110 volt apartment dryer. Between the two they have paid for themselves in savings and convenience from not using pay machines. Read full review
Verified purchase: No
- sirius6h43-669mMay 04, 2016by
Most amazing little machine I've ever bought
This thing is heaven sent for people in a small apartment who don't want to deal with the ever more useless HE machines in the 'communal laundry areas' of their buildings. It stores in a closet. I lift it into our shower stall and connect via the shower head pipe having converted to 'quick connect' for this machine, fixed shower head or shower hose. Quick trip to Home Depot and you can get large rubber wheels with locks off the shelf which make it quieter and more easy to move (take your stock wheel along to match thread). The programs are terrific. I love having a top loader again and given the different programs and water levels I can do laundry more often meaning I need less clothes as you can literally wash every few days instead of every few weeks. So in the end, less clothes, less laundry sitting around waiting to be done, so it also saves space! Haier could probably relocate the drain hose so that it comes out of the top (where it needs to be - don't cut the zip tie if you are using it in the shower stall and the drain is obviously on the floor - it will keep draining the water if you make that mistake as I did) It would be nice if there were 'clip points' for the hose when being stored (I just shove it into the washer). Same goes for electric cable. Bigger recess for hand lifts would also be nice. Since I am draining into my shower drain, I also had to buy a hose extension which I cut as I only needed another 12". Some sort of adapter to lock the hose into a drain would be useful too but overall, this machine has just been a joy. Perhaps an optional extra could be an agitator for the wash drum. The liquid vortex method works but it tends to tie shirt sleeves into knots. Laundry bags help mitigate this. Hidden feature: when the water level has reached the level you set in the program and you want to add more, just hold the 'level' button and it continues adding (you can also 'pause' and set a new level) This machine is the perfect size, exactly the 'programs' you need and truly a delight to use. Read full review
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: New
- a_webgirlJul 05, 2016by
Great compact washer
I absolutely love this washing machine! It fits great in my small apartment and is easy to maneuver since it rolls on caster wheels. It's loaded with great features including several cycle options, water level option and it runs so quiet I can barely hear it. Not to mention it gets my clothes much cleaner than the full size washers in the laundry room of my apartment complex. This is a great little washing machine and well worth the money.
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: New
- doctorswan106Feb 25, 2016by
Great little machine
I live alone in a small apartment and this washer is perfect for me. Setup was very easy, as my sink needed no special tools, just unscrew the aerator and then fasten the adaptor. I have no covering on my drain, so the hose fits snugly in there and creates a sharp enough curve that no water goes back into the machine when draining. I was a little worried because the part that was described in the instructions that you need if you're draining this into a sink (its a curved brace that you insert the hose into) doesn't come with the machine, instead they provide a curved piece of tubing meant to fast to the end of the hose. This could potentially be a problem for anyone who doesn't have an easy way to secure the drain hose and give it a sharp enough bend so that water doesn't drain back into the machine. Now that the bad stuff is out of the way, on to the good. This machine rocks! I was so sick of going to the laundromats in my town (a college town) as they were generally dirty, not staffed regularly, and most didn't even have hot water (machines had hot water options, but it was always cold). It was also a nuisance because I would let my laundry pile up as to only have to make bi-weekly trips. Now as soon as I have a few articles of clothing that I can wash to gather, I roll this over to my sink and hook it up (less than a minute) and I'm washing. You have to be conscious of how much you are putting in the washer, because it’s very prone to over-loading. If you use the medium water level setting, you can wash 2 pairs of jeans at once, or 2 large towels, or 3-4 shirts, or a couple good-sized handfuls of socks/undies at once. Any more than that (again this is the medium water level setting) and your clothes won't clean properly, or you throw the machine off balance. I have done a few loads on the high water level setting, but this was only when I was washing a few delicate garments, and I wanted to make sure they had as much room as possible as to not get tangled and stretched. Even when I put more clothing in it than I really should be, the noise the washer makes when its slightly off balance is not that loud. From two rooms away in my small apt, I barely hear it. I put my washer on the casters also, so the balance is likely off. To compensate for this I just chose to only do medium sized loads. This washer says that it is only rated for cold water, so you are free to use warm or hot water if you wish. I've done it once, but quickly switched to cold when I noticed how much condensation was building up on the inside of the machine. This worried me because of the components on the inside of the washer don't seem very protected. If you want to wash your clothes in hot water, I would suggest letting it fill with the lid open then soak for a bit to minimize the humidity in the machine. I couldn't really find many reviews/forums where people were talking about using hot water with the model, but I always err on the side of caution with expensive appliances. As for variety of controls, this machine is pretty standard. I often just use the normal wash setting, and for heavier garments I run it through an extra spin cycle. I haven't had to deal with customer service or anything like that yet, as I've only had the machine for a few weeks, but this little washer was a breeze to set up, and its saving me time, stress, and money compared to the laundromat. I think I get to double dip too, because my landlord pays the water bills at my apt, so I don't have to pay for increased water usage. This machine doesn't use a lot of water, but it's something to consider if you live in a region where water prices are much higher. My only qualm is that I have to hang my clothes up to dry, so they never have that “straight out of the dryer” feel and smell to them. It is a trade-off I’m willing to make to live a greener lifestyle. Hope you enjoy should you decide to purchase this machine! Read full review
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: Pre-owned
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