If you’ve never heard about the company named Midea, don’t worry, me neither. The reason I started to be interested in some more information was that I found they make a really quality washer dryer combo. At least this is what all the user comments I found say about this actual model: Midea MFL70 D1211S.
After a little bit more searching I found that it is actually a re-branded version of EdgeStar CWD1510W combo and the only real change is the logo on the front panel. They even share the high satisfaction level of their customers. So here comes a review that covers both of them at the same time. However, in the Image section you can find images for both models. The difference between the two models is:
- EdgeStar products have a great U.S. based support.
- The EdgeStar is available in the silver version.
|Dimensions (WxHxD):||23 7/16” x 33 7/16” x 23 1/2″|
|Capacity (cu.ft.):||DOE 2.0 (Wash: 13 lb, Dry: 8 lb)|
|Drying System:||Ventless Condensing|
|Number of Wash Programs:||12|
|Number of Dry Programs:||3|
|Spin Speed (Max):||1200 RPM|
|Warranty:||1 year parts & labor; in-home service|
|Wash Programs:||Cotton/Normal, Bulky/Large, Sport, Delicate, Hand Wash/Wool, Baby Wear, Speed Wash, Sanitary (Self-Clean), Rinse&Spin, Spin, Refresh|
|Dry Programs:||Auto Dry Sensor – (FastDry drying technology), Rinse & Spin|
|Wash/Rinse Temps:||Cold, Warm, Hot|
|Options:||Extra rinse, Adjustable spin time (9 min. max) – From 400 RPM all the way to 1200 RPM, Self-clean setting, Adjustable leveling feet|
|Tray Dispenser:||3 slots: Pre‐wash detergent , Main detergent and bleach, fabric softener|
|Materials:||Drum: stainless-steel, Tub: high-quality polyurethane to keep noise and heat radiation to an absolute minimum, Cabinet: Painted steel, Control Panel: Plastic, Top Plate: scuff-resistant textured workspace, Door Rim: Chrome|
|Ratings Electrical Requirements:||Standard voltage electricity (UL Listed /120V, 60Hz, 10Amps) – uses the standard 115-120 volt, 15-20 amp wiring.|
(Quick overview of the main features and properties)
|The video for the brand by EdgeStar, but the only difference from the Midea model is the logo you can see on the front panel.|
(Nice explanation and tutorial on how to easily set up and program the unit for your current load)
Pros and Cons:
|Negatives common to all combos:||
|Features:||9/10||Wash & Dry Programs:||9/10|
|Quality of Wash:||10/10||Quality of Dry:||10/10|
|Total Score: 90 %
|Here you can find and compare user comments and prices from different online stores. Just a small advice – if you find a lot of positive reviews and some negative ones, it usually means that the complaining people don’t use the machine properly, or received some defective piece. I also added a price for a silver style design – EdgeStar CWD1510S.|
|Model and Online Store||Price||Link|
|NEW version EdgeStar CWD1550W – white (Amazon)||w/ FREE SHIPPING now only: $899||Purchase|
|NEW version EdgeStar CWD1550S – silver (Amazon)||w/ FREE SHIPPING now only: $949||Purchase|
Conclusion: As I already mentioned, these models are practically the same thing and the remake by the Midea company is just a business matter. However based on the advantages of the EdgeStar model I mentioned at the beginning, I would go with this one. BTW. if you ever hear about a combo called Dometic, RCA 2.0 RWD200 or SOLOROCK 24″ SRWD732, know that they’re just another rebranded version. The SOLOROCK rebrand or the LG washers are a good choice for people living in Canada as some of the other washers I review on my site are not available there.
IMPORTANT NOTICE: Please note that there is a new version – EdgeStar CWD1550W.
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