top-loader

top-loader

or

top-loading washing machine

n
a washing machine with a horizontal door in its top rather than a vertical one in its front
Translations

top-loader

[ˌtɒpˈləʊdəʳ] N (= washing machine) → lavadora f de carga superior
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LG's latest top-loader washing machine also comes with its own unique features.
Moreover, LG's top-loader washer boasts improved efficiency; with the TurboWashao option on, it can cut cycle lengths to approximately 39 minutes,
The company has extended the frame styles made from carbon fibre and TR90 to also include the styles 'Female,' 'Nitinol' and 'Top-Loader.'
'Top-Loader' is made from beta titanium and is said by Hoya to be the most innovative of the new styles, as the mount sits across the temple rather than the sides of the lenses.
With the new combination robot top-loader and feed placer, Demaurex can provide a very cost effective solution to meet a variety of customer requirements.
Do you recommend that I buy a new, energy-efficient front-loading machine, or stick with a top-loader?
ASKO machines, from Sweden, claim to be the most eco-friendly on the market, using only 11 gallons per load compared to a top-loader's 40 to 60.
Americans have used top-loaders since the days of the hand-cranked wringer machines - but that's changing.
Moreover, LG's top-loader washer boasts improved efficiency; with the TurboWashao option on, it can cut cycle lengths to approximately 39 minutes, while reducing energy consumption by up to 27 percent and water consumption by 14 percent when compared with conventional LG washing machines.
"We designed these new top-loaders with the consumers' needs in mind, making sure they provided greater hygiene and a bigger capacity," said LG Electronics Gulf FZE president D Y Kim.
If you're in the market for a new washing machine, consider front-loaders, which use 30 percent less water and energy and half the detergent of standard top-loaders. Foreign manufacturers, such as AEG, Miele and Asko, lead in the production of sleek, compact, water- and energy-efficient front-loaders, but with price tags starting at $1,200.