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    Quote Originally Posted by HarvestMoon View Post
    I have a bosch front loader. It cost about $600. It has a 4 and a half star water rating and a 4 star energy rating. I'm pretty sure its 6kgs.
    Yes I'm pretty sure we have the same. Very happy and Bosch is a great brand.

    I can't be bothered walking to the laundry to confirm (all of 5 metres away).

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    I have a 4.5kg and with 5 in the family
    Way too small.
    Good to read the other posts, getting some ideas what I should buy lol

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    The only reason I went with a frontloader is because it has a higher spin cycle. Toploaders dont usually go over 900rpm so drying time is longer. My machine does 1300rpm and the washing dries much quicker. On rainy days it means less use of the dryer = less electricity usage.
    I got an LG because it was a very quiet machine and I had a newborn who's room is opposite the bathroom/laundry.
    It doesn't even vibrate as it doesn't use the old pully and belt system anymore. Nowadays its all magnetic.

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