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I purchased a new dishwasher online. It was a very smooth transaction. It was easy to understand the products, easy to complete the online purchase along with purchasing installation, the product arrived a couple days later, and the installation was quick and done well.
I purchased this dryer two months ago and have been completely pleased with its performance. It dries clothes fast and is much quieter than my previous dryer. I love it and hope it lasts for many many years.
This is a much better quality appliance than you would think being at the entry level of dishwashers
Surprisingly economy & quiet, very simple and budget, from a day one works without any problem, meanwhile its appearance is pretty conservative if not to say primitive without any modern features or else.
It is the best three door fridge I have ever owned - dual freezer doors, no huge doors to open, easy access to produce, a lot of storage areas, equal freezer space to fridge space, perfect size for one or two people.
Dishes come out so clean. Not real noisy for a dishwasher
This is a much nicer dryer than I'd thought it would be. The inside is much larger than my old one and it dries faster. Good unit. Who needs the big, expensive ones with the glass doors anyway? Honestly, I think the fancier ones are overrated.
Hi, I have a condo in Coconut Creek which I have rented.My Tenant called to say my dryer died and it was very easy to go to Best Buy buy the dryer have it delivered to my condo and installed and haul away my old one.My tenant called and said everything works fine
My range is very old, 27 years, to be exact. I feel it has been a very good stove, the only replacement part I have ever needed is a heating element. That was about 2 years ago, and it was about $100. The stove is an older model, in white, it is a gas stove. It is the original stove put in our home. It does the job and I stand by the Hotpoint label.
This is a decent dishwasher for the price. Won’t clean that well though if you don’t rince them before.
Not too noisy, easy install, gets my dishes clean. Minor issue is drying the dishes, I have it slightly open but the airflow isn't that great so I generally have to set the dishes out on the counter to finish drying.
It is very energy efficient and I like the freezer compartment because I can fit a large pizza in it compared to my old side by side Hotpoint where I could not store large items as the aforementioned, and also the old one was not as energy efficient. But I wish the storage bins on my Hotpoint refrigerator were clear plastic or glass to better view the contents.
We have a side by side refrigerator/freezer and it has been with us about 4 years. It was a little taller than the old one and we had to trim the cabinets. I don't know why manufacturers cannot make an icemaker that is reliable though. Ours works but not as good as it should. Filters for the water system are not cheap to buy either. All in all it has been a good brand.
Temperature tends to get much colder than actual setting, eggs have frozen but that's the only con. I adjust the temperature to warmer and the fridge still keeps everything nice and cold.
Works wonderfully. Awesome price! Purchased even though it had some bad reviews, and washer did none of the things the bad reviews posted.
I own a 30" freestanding white range purchased 14 years ago. Still works as new. I prefer white appliances as they are easiest to clean and maintain appearance best. My only issue is that the broil function is not continuous. My understanding is that this is now customary for safety reasons, however, in the past my stoves had continuous broil and there were no problems associated with this. Stove bakes well and maintains consistent oven temp.
This microwave have all the features that would possibly want. The controls are very easy to use. The lighted controls are easy on the eyes and respond to a very light touch. I really like the reheat option and the defrost option. The manual is easy to comprehend but as I get older I would like the manuals to have the printing just a tad larger. Other than that, the setup, functions and controls are very easy to understand. The best mico-wave I have ever used.
The Hotpoint microwave is very simple to use. I like this microwave and it works great for me. It comes in various colors. I like the minute buttons that are pre-programmed. It's easy to read, use and function. I would like these functions on my next microwave. If I were to replace this I would look into another Hotpoint. Never had any problems with it in 12 yrs and I would recommend this brand to anyone looking for a microwave.
I love my oven range. I absolutely love cooking for my family and friends with it. I don't have any complaints. It's easy to use and even easier to clean up. It is fashion appropriate for my kitchen and I am able to get all my cooking done at the same time. I preheat oven or pans and then cook accordingly. My daughter has even been learning how to cook on the stove. It's very nice and great for everything. But if I could do anything I would incorporate an awesome skillet on top or maybe a double oven.
Love the range and the look of it... The design is wonderful and I enjoy the way it's built. It's easy to clean and works well in my kitchen. It holds its own by itself. It took me a little over an hour to install the range... I love the easy install. Just a simple hookup. But I would improve the cost and the colors of the range. I want to see more of today's colors. The colors need to be brighter and today's fashion. And I would love to see shades and tones that are unique. Work on the colors and I know it will sell more of them. But I would recommend this to everyone who need one.. Great job you guys. Keep it up. I would buy another one.
I love my Hotpoint range! I like that my range is made by a reliable brand name...Hotpoint. It's extremely easy to operate and that it's very easy to clean. It has a self-cleaning oven. It also cooks to perfection. I like the style and the color as well. When I was shopping for my Hotpoint, Lowe's had a display range that I fell in love with and was able to get the exact one. They had a display that matched my kitchen perfectly and they were able to accommodate me with the same color.
I like that I can heat or thaw anything in my microwave. Using it was very simple and I love that I didn't need any help to use it and love the way it has easy to use instructions and love the color. I love all the features mine has and it works great. And my family loves it also.
The microwave is an attractive unit that came at a good price with an excellent warranty. The unit is energy saving and features a rotating tray and LED display. I like the fact that it cooks evenly and quickly. Setup and use of the microwave is extremely simple and you can be cooking in minutes. The product exceeded my expectations at an excellent price and is very useful for kids and seniors looking for a quick meal. It works as advertised. The only improvement that I can think of is to make the unit a bit smaller. This takes up quite a bit of overall counter space in a small kitchen.
I like that my microwave has one button push for convenience and it is a powerful microwave. This is a brand I would recommend to anyone. I am satisfied with it just how it is. It is just the right size and fits nicely on my countertop. It was very easy to set up and is simple to use. I enjoy my microwave. It more than meets my needs and expectations, and I am very happy with it. It cooks food very quickly.
Great dryer for the money 6.2 capacity 4. Basic. Simple settings Can't be the price for our first set. Clean looking line in the design
I've had it for about a week. It does a good job of washing and leaves the clothes ready for the dryer. I find it makes a loud swooshing sound when in washing mode. I previous washer that died after eight years was a Whirlpool.. I loved it and it made very little noise. We bought the extra warranty just in case. I hope I get used to the annoying noise.
As appliances get more complex, I find that they tend to also get more problematic. Since the cost of a repairman can easily run close to the cost of a new basic appliance, I find it more economical to do without the bells, whistles, and buzzers and buy a reasonably priced washer or dryer that gets good ratings and meets my needs. I purchased this Hotpoint washer at a local big box store and since the controls are quite basic, four load levels and the usual three combinations of water/rinse temperatures, there was no need to read the instruction booklet and I just proceeded to finish the laundry left over when my last basic machine died after six years. It has a nice size capacity as well as the expected bleach dispenser and a power rinse cycle for use with fabric softener. One thing that did surprise and please me was how quiet this machine runs. It does a nice job with getting clothes clean, with cycles for whites, permanent press, colors and light or heavy time choices for each of those.
I heard so many bad things about this dryer after I had bought it that I was scared. So the first thing I did was put a big load of wet towels and other clothes in it and set it for 50 minutes. Fifty minutes later all the clothes were dried perfectly and I noticed that the machine was really quiet. So for $379.00 I feel I got my money`s worth. A cheaply made dryer that does the job just as it should like any other dryer as far as I can tell. I feel even better because Hotpoint is made by GE and is just low end line of General Electric so it should hold up.
I normally don't spend time doing reviews but the washing machine thing became a very sore topic around our house. We used Consumer Reports to guide us (normally they have been good to us in the past) and purchased an expensive, highly recommended, water and energy efficient machine. Within a few months all our towels and cotton clothing were smelling like mold. We tried cleaning with clorox, vinegar, and a number of other tricks. It got so bad, we gave the machine away after a year. We replaced with another fancy, recommended, high efficiency machine. After another year of suffering with the same problem we also got rid of that machine. We went online and saw that many other people were having the same problem, and there are now class action suits against the manufacturers of those machines. Which brings us to this inexpensive, ugly little white box of a washing machine. It is so simple to use, it makes me laugh--it's like the machine my mom used when I was a kid. It won't sing a nifty tune when the clothes are done, and it doesn't have any USB ports or a cappucino maker. But our clothes finally smell clean and fresh. It has worked great for us for the past three months, and we do several loads a day. Saving water and electricity is great, but you know what's even better? Clothes that don't stink the second you put them on! Buyer beware on those fancy chrome machines.
I just used this washer and I absolutely found a gem. The old washer (9 years old) was flooding my floor. So I started some research. I had a list of what I was looking for: 3.5cuft or larger (this is 3.7), top loader, full agitator, must not require HE detergent (irritates my skin), manual water level setting (no automatic sensing), no limit set on hot temperature (must use 115-120F water), must have second rinse, no "cycles" overload, no automatic load balancing (uses too much water and TIME0, must allow for soaking (no auto drain if lid left open over 10 minutes), no lid lock (can add more stuff on the fly). So this Hotpoint came right to the front of the line — hit every requirement. Reaction after hours of joyful use: the machine is orders of magnitude quieter, the spin cycle is really high speed and extracts much more water than the replaced washer and the wash is quick with very clean clothes thanks to the two speed agitator. Some pleasant surprises: during the rinse fill cycle, the agitator pulses to move the clothes around as fresh water enters, spin drying starts slowly and in three steps get to the max (quietly, too). No delicate cycle, but the permanent-press cycle uses gentle cycling (pulses and slower spin speed). Every washer setting worked exactly as expected: hot water, full tub, soak, two rinses. No whistles, no PhD degree for operation settings. Just set a three dials and wait for the clean clothes. Full disclosure: I do not work for Hotpoint or GE. I design computers and did not want one for a washer (ok, there are internal electronic controls, but I think you know what I mean).