Amber Banks: Hello. I am considering portable washers and I want to know if you still
love your Magic Chef? Thank you.
homeowner777: The information about the connector is great since the tip of my faucets
are tamper-proof therefore not removable. Thank you
brownsuga298: to matthew88 like I said I wish they would have showed how it worked so
mind your own business and keep your comments to yourself fat pig.
JB Tillman: Hello, you have contributed to the Magic Chef Corp bottom line, your
excellent comprehensive review of this product is AWESOME. I am considering
purchasing the MC 2.1 cu ft washer as I am concerned with the ability to
wash queen size sheets, and the queen duvet cover in the model you are
featuring here. Please let the folks know how your MC washer is treating
you. I do hope you were able to work through that wash/rinse cycle problem
you were experiencing. Thank you for posting this extensive video.
louis vanity: thankyou for posting this video is helping us a lot to connect my brand new
magic chef washer and is nice to see how it works without the manual it
really helped us
mlaneprod: Hello, thanks for posting your video on the Magic Chef 1.6. I am desperate
to get a washer for my NYC apt and these videos help. It's been 4 months
since you got it, so i have some questions: Are you still happy with it?
Why can you not rinse your clothes in it? And how long does the cycle take
altogether? Can i just plug it into my faucet, no plumbing required right?
Rube2zday: AGREED, Well done. Thank you for the info.
smartdudeandrew: go to amazon and type in claber sink adapter.
smartdudeandrew: Ya you would have to fill it up and do a wash, then have it spin out. Then
do another wash cycle with no soap. Then spin out. Then I do another wash
cycle with no soap, then spin out. Then I throw it in the dryer. You could
probably get away with only 2 wash/spin cycles but I do 3.
smartdudeandrew: Thanks Kaitlyn, you will definitely love the magic chef and be happy with
your purchase. Im so happy I got the magic chef over the haier.
monalisabx: I had a portable Sanyo washer for 20 years and it finally broke. So now I'm
trying to find a replacement but the Haier washers seem a bit cheap. Most
important for me is finding one with casters so I can roll it to the sink
and then roll it back into the closet. Does your Magic Chef have casters?
Thanks so much for posting this.
Ladimystyk: Thank you sooooo much. I was hearing you incorrectly. It sounded like you
were saying claver. I need new speakers on my laptop. Now I found it and
have ordered it. You are a lifesaver.
ItsOKtheyKnowMeHere: Thanks! I'm guessing I'd have to babysit/catch the rinse cycle? Or maybe I
could do just the wash cycle and then run another one with no soap, as you
did in the vid. Am seriously considering getting this, and appreciate your
info very much.
Kaitlyn Rouse: Thanks! I've been trying to decide between the portable washers for months
and this review sold me on the magic chef instead of the Haier!!
Mlvarcticcat: I read a lot of reviews in line that say this model leaks. How is it
working for you now that you've been using it for almost a year? Have you
had any trouble getting it repaired? I am thinking about buying this model,
but Iwould want to put casters on it. Can you tell me whether it is
possible to replace the feet with casters?
smartdudeandrew: Hey thanks for the comment GacktandHydesmiles! I mainly made the video
because there were no other reviews of this. Im glad someone liked it! If
anyone else likes the video please comment. Also, please check out the
other 3 videos I posted of this washer.
TheMadSyrupMaker: Does this washer have rollers for moving?
Wael S: You don't show how big it is
smartdudeandrew: Hey Louis, thanks for the comment. That is why I made this video, to help
everyone. I am so happy this video is helping people. I love the comments!
I have had the washer for 2 months now and still love it. The construction
of the unit feels like it costs thousands. Its very very sturdy. The haier
dryer I bought is made of cheap parts and I am assuming the washer would
also be made of cheap plastic/metal. The magic chef is made of quality
construction so id definitely recommend the magic chef.
louis vanity: im so happy i dont have to go to the laundry room anymore your worth gold
SoundProfessional Boston: Does it spin dry the wet clothes automatically after the rinse cycle?
Ducky: Thanks for the video. I bought one today. I hope it will wheel over to the
sink easily. And wash a twin size blanket. That is my main worry. But it is
nice to have your videos to watch before I made my decision on what machine
to buy. Mine ended up with a three year walmart warranty . The total cost
Of everything shipped to my home $297.54. Ordered on Thursday due to arrive
smartdudeandrew: wow someone did a thumbs down on my video? Thats bogus. Im glad 3 other
people did a thumbs up. I did this video to help everyone decide if they
want this washer or not. I tried to make the video as well as I could. I
realize there are crazy people out there so I hope it was just a crazy
person that did the thumbs down. I hope everyone else does thumbs up!!!
private personal concierge: just bought one today because of your video! thanks!
Rube2zday: yuppers I bought the Sanyo it's the bomb :)
Tracy T. B: I was considering the Haier also, but I think the reviews on this was
better and they say the Haier leaks or something. It could be that they
don't have it leveled to the floor. I will be getting this one this
weekend. I do not at my age want to start going to the laundromat-mat. It's
not safe or sanitary. Thanks for the You Tube review. That helps allot.
Isabell Amelie: I have the same one...but with mine when it spins it makes such noise like
if you had rocks inside instead of clothes..but does do the job! I
Jim Sevilla: Great job are you still happy with this washer having had it for some time
smartdudeandrew: You can add water manually to the magic chef and probably the haier too.
All you would have to do is open the lid and pour water in.
ItsOKtheyKnowMeHere: Pronunciation, Haier = Higher As in, "My opinion of the Magic Chef washer
is higher than that of the Haier." ;-) I'm trying to find one that will
allow me to add water manually, not use the intake hose. (I have a faucet
Nana Lala: Love this review. You are nice and easy to listen too. Thank you for
posting this vid of the 1.6. Been looking for a review of this size Magic
Chef. Again great video. : )
Ladimystyk: PLEASE....can you give me a link for the sink adapter you bought. I can't
find it on Amazon. Perhaps I'm not spelling it correct;ly. That was a great
video. Thanks for sharing the info. .
J Silver: Can you do a review where you show all the connections in the back etc. and
how much you can load in the machine. Does it have rollers etc....Just
looking at it run is not so helpful. thank you!
smartdudeandrew: I posted 4 videos in total. Watch them all
smartdudeandrew: ya the laundry room sucks. Having an in unit washer/dryer is a luxury
(atleast to me). My building doesnt even have a laundry room. I could walk
a mile to a laundromat and pay $2.50 for a wash, 2.50 for a dry, and wait
there for hours. Instead, I paid 500 bucks for this and now I can wash/dry
for free at my convenience. Its the best 500 bucks ive ever spent.