I have to be honest: this is a commercial-grade washer. While I understand it’s no small investment, it’s still something I think about when I’m washing my windows every morning.
It’s also a commercial-grade washer with a coin operated cycle. I’ve been using these for years, and they work great.
The coin operated cycle is very similar to what we use in our washer, but I think it can be a bit more accurate. I also wonder how many people are aware of this commercial-grade coin operated cycle? I know a lot of people are aware of the coin operated cycle in our washer, but I’m not sure many of them are aware of the coin operated cycle in their machine.
It’s worth noting that the coin operated cycle is NOT a new addition to the Maytag range. They’ve had it for a few years now, and it’s a very popular part of the machine’s operation. The Maytag washer is still a relatively new model, and there’s no reason to think that the coin-operated cycle would be any different than the standard one.
It would have come as no surprise to anyone that the coin operated cycle wasnt actually new, but the fact that this is the first time theyve actually put it into a commercial product is a little bit of a surprise. The coin-operated cycle can be found in a number of washer models, but the one in the Maytag washer is probably the first commercial coin operated cycle washer that you will ever own.
I recently bought a Maytag washer for my wife to use in the laundry room. I didnt expect it to be this new at all, but I did expect it to be more durable and efficient. And it is.
The coin operated washer is, of course, a little more expensive than the normal model, but it does have the exact same cycle. It works by taking a coin and turning it over and over, and then washing the load one time only. That way, the coin is not wasted and gets reused for the next load. It can also be used the same way to add a “magic” level to the cycle, which is achieved by turning the coin over and over again.
That’s probably the main complaint I have about this new model. It is also the only coin used on the at all, which is a real disappointment.
The coin is made of titanium, so it is obviously not the most resilient thing in the world, but it would be a shame to waste it on something so obviously crappy.
So that one last little thing about the coin being titanium and mine being plastic is a real disappointment in the wash cycle. I mean, its not like I’m going to spend one dollar on a machine that can only be used once.