The Maytag Neptune Series includes washing machine models of various sizes and features. Choose from the compact units ideal for smaller laundry areas, or go for the super-capacity units that combine large wash baskets and energy-efficient technology. Compare features and capacity to choose the Maytag Neptune Series washer that's right for you.
Super Size Capacity Plus
The Maytag Neptune Super Size Capacity Plus has a wash-tub capacity of 3.81 cubic feet. Features include an 1,100-rpm spin speed and five separate temperature settings. The Super Size Capacity Plus is Energy-Star-certified for efficiency and employs a time-release showering dispenser for easier cleaning. This largest-capacity Neptune washer stands 38 inches tall, is 27 inches wide, and has a depth of 30-3/4 inches.
The Maytag Neptune Series top-loader allows you to wash loads up to 3.5 cubic feet. The washer has a LED touch pad control system that allows you to choose from 11 custom wash cycles. Efficiency features include the Intellifill Water Level Control and an 850-rpm spin cycle. The Maytag Neptune 3.5-cubic-foot capacity unit is Energy Star certified.
The Maytag Neptune front-loading washer has a capacity of 3.34 cubic feet and comes in bisque and white. A front-loading washer means that there's no agitator -- laundry is tumble-washed -- which protects the fabrics of your laundry. Features include a tub light, spill-catching edges and a stainless-steel wash basket. The washer is 42-1/2 inches high, 27 inches wide and 29 inches deep.
The Neptune Compact front-loading washer has a capacity of 2.4 cubic feet. The unit features a 1,200-rpm spin cycle and 22 wash cycles. Choose among the cycles using the electronic front panel controls. The QuietSeries 300 sound package makes the washer quiet and able to be used on an upper floor or in an apartment.
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