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Giantex Portable Mini Compact Twin Tub Washing Machine 17.6lbs Washer Spain Spinner Portable Washing Machine, Blue+ White

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【Easy to Operate】: This is our portable mini compact twin tub washing machine which is easy for you to operate. Saving so much time that you don’t have to go to a laundry mat or wash things by hand in the tub.
【17.6LBS Large Capacity】: Washing tube: place clothing in the wash tub section, rated washing capacity: 11 lbs. Run the rinse cycle for the desired minutes, Rated spinner dryer capacity: 6.6 lbs (half of the washing capacity, you may spin twice).
【Semi-Automatic Relieve You from Hand Washing】: This washing machine washer timer for 15 min and the spin timer to 5 minutes per load, you could choice the suitable time when washing. Much more freedom and options as opposed to standard washing machines that have preprogrammed settings.
【300W Wash Power &110W Spin Power】: Ideal for small loads and delicate. Light weight and easily moveable. Also the wash motor is powerful. 300w washing power & 110w spinner power will help you powerful use the item.
【Compact Twin Tub Washing Design 】: Convenient For Home Use. Have a filter net on the side of the washing barrel, which can easily filter when washing, and you could easily pull it off when cleaning the tube. Have a cover plate when you use the spin tube, can easily put above the cloths and avoid the high speed throw away. Easy assemble is required with all hardware packed in the package.

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Efficiency: 300. Item Dimensions LxWxH: 24.8 x 15 x 28.5 inches. Item Weight: 28 Pounds. Max Spin Speed: 1350 RPM. Human Interface Input: Buttons. Standard Cycles: 4000. Capacity: 17.6 Pounds. Color: White & Blue. Access Location: Top Load. Brand: Giantex. Date First Available: January 14, 2016. Best Sellers Rank: #35 in Appliances. Customer Reviews: 4.3 out of 5 stars 10,602 ratings 4.3 out of 5 stars. ASIN: B01ALBMIEI. Batteries Required?: ‎No. Batteries Included?: ‎No. Voltage: ‎120 Volts. Access Location: ‎Top Load. Standard Cycles: ‎4000. Color: ‎White & Blue. Part Number: ‎EP21684. Max Spin Speed: ‎1350 RPM. Capacity: ‎17.6 Pounds. Efficiency: ‎300. Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: ‎No. Item model number: ‎washing machine. Product Dimensions: ‎24.8 x 15 x 28.5 inches. Item Weight: ‎28 pounds. Model Info: ‎Washing machine. Brand Name: ‎Giantex.

Specification: Giantex Portable Mini Compact Twin Tub Washing Machine 17.6lbs Washer Spain Spinner Portable Washing Machine, Blue+ White

Weight 28 lbs
Dimensions 24.8 × 15 × 28.5 in

18 reviews for Giantex Portable Mini Compact Twin Tub Washing Machine 17.6lbs Washer Spain Spinner Portable Washing Machine, Blue+ White

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  1. Alfonsina

    This little machine is amazing. I did several loads by pouring in the water using a bucket. My brilliant sister came up with a solution using a dollar store turkey baster! Just cut off the narrow tip, insert it into the hose. Cut an X shape into the top and push it into your faucet. You need to watch the water pressure but this soulution is easy, cheap and doesn’t require plumbing skills.Read more

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  2. Michael

    Update: I have had this for a couple weeks now and figured out some “hacks” and tips. I place this in my tub and found no issue with that. I use our bathroom sponge to balance the machine and ease vibrations. I also went to my hardware store and bought a showerhead diverter, a 30-in 1/2″ faucet supply hose, and a brass “barbed” adaptor. *Ensure these all connect in the store before purchase!* Sadly, 8 forgot the hose that came with the package, but I zip-tied it a couple times to get a decent seal. I always leave a little slack so any stray leaks don’t get on the machine. Makes life easier just turning on the shower and filling/rinsing the machine this way. Cost of this was $30 but worth it! I am a 6’5″ guy and I threw my back out filling the machine over and over. Plus, you can do a rinse and spin to get the suds out. With this machine, you must always think “less is more” and if it looks like enough, it’s already too much. A decent load, to measure, is whatever can fit in the spin basket plus a one extra, light thing. When the wash cycle is going, you want to see a vortex… a whirlpool effect. If your clothes are floating and spinning at the top struggling to be washed, you’ve overloaded. Pull out items one by one until you get that whirlpool. You can spin and wash at the same time. The spinner drains regardless of the middle knob is set to drain, and if you overfill the wash tub it will drain whatever overflows. Plan this accordingly. Noise is compareble to an AC unit, and there are vibrations depending on where you place it and how level it is. I use a sponge balance and absorb some vibrations. Not fancy, but works. I reuse my hot water, topping off the wash tub each time. The water may look gross but it’s fine as there’s soap already in it. Dry cleaners reuse their chemical wash hundreds of times over and your clothes come out fine, plus you’ll rinse it all. My whites come out whiter than the commercial washers too, so you’re saving money and resources. I’m still very happy! *** Where do I start? Well, I have spent a good portion of the few weeks looking at portable washing solutions as my apartment does not have a washer set-up, and I got tired of using the public washers in my apartment community. All the coins needed, going back and forth, waiting for machines to open, ensuring I had enough quarters at the time, and the entire day had to be devoted to laundry more often than not. So, I shopped around, reading reviews and watching videos of different machines. This one stuck out as it’s reasonably affordable and does a great job, according to reviews. I live in the Bay Area and this ships for Los Angeles, so I got it within a couple days (excluding a holiday and weekend). The box was in good shape and unclipped the ties. A whiff of “new plastic” and staring in awe, there it was, just as in the pictures. Unboxing was easy, unclip the ties and lift the top part off. A brand-new washer! I grabbed the instruction manual and flipped through it. As other have joked on here, it’s in Engrish with such gems as “choke the dial” and “put staff not under.” I tossed it aside because it’s useless, most reviews give you the rundown. Here’s mine, if you need it: Step 1: Place a splash of soap, no more than a heaping tablespoon’s worth or the soap will take forever to rinse out. You don’t need to measure, but just guess and be cautious. Step 2: Place clothing in machine, one item at a time. Sort your items keeping towels in one load, basics in another, denim in another, and so on. Fill the machine just over half full with basics. Towels and denim should be washed in smaller loads as they’re heavier fabrics. Step 3: Ensure middle dial is set to “Normal” or “Soft” and fill with water. The “inlet hose” is useless out of the box as you need an adaptor that the manufacturer assumed you had. One end has a rubber gasket and the other end does not. The gasket end is the part that would go to an adaptor, the gasket-less end goes to the machine. Why? Because if you hook the gasket to the machine, it’s harder than heck to get it off without nearly destroying the hose. During the inaugural load, I did not have an adaptor, so I filled the wash basin with a bucket. Fill just slightly over half-full, any more will splash out during the agitation cycle. Step 4: Check to see of the machine is plugged in. I forgot to do this and sat there confused. Turn the “Wash” dial to 15 minutes and the machine will hum to life. Let the machine do its thing and come back when it is done. It doesn’t make any alarm when it’s done, just so you know. Step 5: You may come back to, what I would describe as a burning smell. I was alarmed at first but nothing was wrong, it’s “new motor smell.” Turn the middle dial to drain and the water will come pouring out of the drain hose. There is no pump, so try to have the machine elevated or set in your bathtub. Step 6: Open the spinner basin and place a few items in, ensuring that it evenly loaded (about half of the wash load). Place the plastic insert in the bin on top of the laundry, close the lids. Is the middle dial still set to drain? Good. Leave it. Turn the “Spin” dial to 5. If you have the “inlet hose” hooked to an adaptor, this is where you can do a spin and rinse. If not, you can spin the suds out and wash again in clean water real fast, then repeat the spin. The machine will vibrate during the spin, and if it vibrates to a point where you think it is too much, stop the spin cycle and rearrange your items. Everything comes out damp, not wet. Like others have said: “About 90% dry.” When putting away the machine, tilt it slightly toward the direction of the drainage hose to get the rest of the water out. I set the machine aside with the lids open as to prevent a musty smell in the future. I will say this: Don’t overwhelm the machine. Do a couple washes and allow the machine to cool and rest for a couple hours, say, while your laundry is drying on a rack. If you overexert the machine, it will break. EEK! It’s more for daily loads (every day or every other day) than for a single day of wash (“laundry day”). It’s a great compact machine that gets your laundry as clean as most large washing machines. It takes a bit more effort on your part to tend to each load, but it’s easier than running up and down flights of stairs, digging in the sofa for coins, and fighting over the next machine. I plan on finding a cart to place this on so I can store it easier, and find an adaptor that will fit the inlet hose. I will update this as time goes on. It’s a really simple machine, gets the clothes clean, and I am saving some money from the get go compared to the few bucks it takes each wash in the laundromat.Read more

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  3. Luther

    After a few months of hand washing, I was ready to quit! This is my review and demonstration of the Costway Twin Tub Washing Machine, sold through Giantex, available on Amazon. It’s a wonderful little machine that’s incredibly spacious and relatively quiet. It gets out even the toughest stains (my daughter loved yogurt and mac and cheese!) for 100 bucks. I was NOT endorsed for this video and I did NOT receive this item for free or at a discount. I reviewed it because I wanted to and I love spreading the word about good products that work and make women’s lives easier! :-)Read more

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  4. Amazongirl 20

    We went from living on a third-floor apartment with laundry in the basement and across the building to a small duplex with free laundry. Unfortunately for us, the machines look like they are from the 1970s and have rust on all the lint wires, etc. So we ended up getting this machine for some smaller loads. To be honest, I don’t know how long it will last, but when it works, it works great! Our first load was a disaster, the directions are awful and we actually appear to have put more water in than needed because water was leaking out the top sides of the bin. We contacted customer service who wanted us to mail it back! Right, because anyone is really going to pay a crap load of money out of their own pocket to return something this size! No way. We decided to give it another try or two. The second time I put less water in and thank goodness the leaking stopped. It’s a fine balance with this machine, finding the right amount of clothing/water to put in. It does work better than I imagined it would, and we’ve been able to do good size loads. If it lasts, it will be well worth the 100.00 we paid. If it mucks up in the next few weeks then we’re better off at the laundry mat… This is a manual drain machine so it isn’t easy. You may be dumping buckets of water down the tub drain like I am but for us it’s worth it knowing we are washing our clothing in a machine that isn’t 50 years old and only has our stuff in it! Okay, since the directions are awful, I’ll give you a quick rundown of what they say to do here: 1) Make sure spin dial is on soft or normal 2) put in detergent 3) Fill tub with water 4) add clothes 5) Close lid and turn time dial on for however long you want to wash them for 6) When load is done, turn dial to drain and drain water out of washer 7) Place clothing in spin dry machine and spin dry them for however long you’d like 8) Turn dial back to soft/normal 9) Fill tub in washer again with water (NO detergent) 10) Place clothing from spin dryer back in washing tub w/fresh water 11) Close lid and turn dial on for however long you want to rinse-wash your clothes 12) When done, drain 13) Place clothing in spin dryer and spin dry This is how I do it: 1) Make sure spin dial is on soft or normal 2) put in detergent 3) Fill tub with water 4) add clothes 5) Close lid and turn time dial on for however long you want to wash them for 6) When load is done, turn dial to drain and drain water out of washer 7) Fill tub in washer again with water (NO detergent, but keep your wet clothing in) 8) Close lid and turn dial on for however long you want to rinse-wash your clothes 9) When done, drain 12) Place clothing in spin dryer and spin dryRead more

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  5. Alyson

    This little washer spin dryer is absolutely amazing! I live in a high rise and do not want to use the laundry room downstairs anymore because I don’t use chemicals, I like true earth products. What I didn’t know is this little machine cleans my clothes way better plus it’s so convenient to just pop it in the tub and do a couple loads when I want. I was spending over $5 a load downstairs so my investment will pay back fast. I made a great decision!Read more

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  6. J

    1 fill wash tub 1/2 way with clothes add tablespoon of laundry soap and about 2L of water. Start wash selecting soft or normal for clothes type. 2 drain excess water add 1L of water run washer for 6 minutes to rinse out soap(repeat if you like) 3 take half of washed and rinsed load put into spin side run 5 minutes with drain open, clothes will be damp(spin again to dry further). 4 repeat step 3 for second half of load.Read more

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  7. Josephine

    This little machine works very well, the motor seems strong and the spin cycle is amazing! It’s like spinning your clothes in a Ferrari! I used to have a two in one system where you wash and spin in the same place, the spin cycle was weak. When I spun my clothes in this unit I thought “this is amazing!” I 100% recommended this product.Read more

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  8. Linda

    I love this item. I can’t do stairs and my laundry is in my basement. This helps me be more independent. The spinner almost dries everything but I do hang my items to completely dry them. Wonderful for small spaces.Read more

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  9. Renee B.

    the power on this is amazing…it cleans better then a bigger washer. I would purchase thing over and over if I have to! Highly recommended

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  10. Alfonsina

    This little machine is amazing. I did several loads by pouring in the water using a bucket. My brilliant sister came up with a solution using a dollar store turkey baster! Just cut off the narrow tip, insert it into the hose. Cut an X shape into the top and push it into your faucet. You need to watch the water pressure but this soulution is easy, cheap and doesn’t require plumbing skills.Read more

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  11. Michael

    Update: I have had this for a couple weeks now and figured out some “hacks” and tips. I place this in my tub and found no issue with that. I use our bathroom sponge to balance the machine and ease vibrations. I also went to my hardware store and bought a showerhead diverter, a 30-in 1/2″ faucet supply hose, and a brass “barbed” adaptor. *Ensure these all connect in the store before purchase!* Sadly, 8 forgot the hose that came with the package, but I zip-tied it a couple times to get a decent seal. I always leave a little slack so any stray leaks don’t get on the machine. Makes life easier just turning on the shower and filling/rinsing the machine this way. Cost of this was $30 but worth it! I am a 6’5″ guy and I threw my back out filling the machine over and over. Plus, you can do a rinse and spin to get the suds out. With this machine, you must always think “less is more” and if it looks like enough, it’s already too much. A decent load, to measure, is whatever can fit in the spin basket plus a one extra, light thing. When the wash cycle is going, you want to see a vortex… a whirlpool effect. If your clothes are floating and spinning at the top struggling to be washed, you’ve overloaded. Pull out items one by one until you get that whirlpool. You can spin and wash at the same time. The spinner drains regardless of the middle knob is set to drain, and if you overfill the wash tub it will drain whatever overflows. Plan this accordingly. Noise is compareble to an AC unit, and there are vibrations depending on where you place it and how level it is. I use a sponge balance and absorb some vibrations. Not fancy, but works. I reuse my hot water, topping off the wash tub each time. The water may look gross but it’s fine as there’s soap already in it. Dry cleaners reuse their chemical wash hundreds of times over and your clothes come out fine, plus you’ll rinse it all. My whites come out whiter than the commercial washers too, so you’re saving money and resources. I’m still very happy! *** Where do I start? Well, I have spent a good portion of the few weeks looking at portable washing solutions as my apartment does not have a washer set-up, and I got tired of using the public washers in my apartment community. All the coins needed, going back and forth, waiting for machines to open, ensuring I had enough quarters at the time, and the entire day had to be devoted to laundry more often than not. So, I shopped around, reading reviews and watching videos of different machines. This one stuck out as it’s reasonably affordable and does a great job, according to reviews. I live in the Bay Area and this ships for Los Angeles, so I got it within a couple days (excluding a holiday and weekend). The box was in good shape and unclipped the ties. A whiff of “new plastic” and staring in awe, there it was, just as in the pictures. Unboxing was easy, unclip the ties and lift the top part off. A brand-new washer! I grabbed the instruction manual and flipped through it. As other have joked on here, it’s in Engrish with such gems as “choke the dial” and “put staff not under.” I tossed it aside because it’s useless, most reviews give you the rundown. Here’s mine, if you need it: Step 1: Place a splash of soap, no more than a heaping tablespoon’s worth or the soap will take forever to rinse out. You don’t need to measure, but just guess and be cautious. Step 2: Place clothing in machine, one item at a time. Sort your items keeping towels in one load, basics in another, denim in another, and so on. Fill the machine just over half full with basics. Towels and denim should be washed in smaller loads as they’re heavier fabrics. Step 3: Ensure middle dial is set to “Normal” or “Soft” and fill with water. The “inlet hose” is useless out of the box as you need an adaptor that the manufacturer assumed you had. One end has a rubber gasket and the other end does not. The gasket end is the part that would go to an adaptor, the gasket-less end goes to the machine. Why? Because if you hook the gasket to the machine, it’s harder than heck to get it off without nearly destroying the hose. During the inaugural load, I did not have an adaptor, so I filled the wash basin with a bucket. Fill just slightly over half-full, any more will splash out during the agitation cycle. Step 4: Check to see of the machine is plugged in. I forgot to do this and sat there confused. Turn the “Wash” dial to 15 minutes and the machine will hum to life. Let the machine do its thing and come back when it is done. It doesn’t make any alarm when it’s done, just so you know. Step 5: You may come back to, what I would describe as a burning smell. I was alarmed at first but nothing was wrong, it’s “new motor smell.” Turn the middle dial to drain and the water will come pouring out of the drain hose. There is no pump, so try to have the machine elevated or set in your bathtub. Step 6: Open the spinner basin and place a few items in, ensuring that it evenly loaded (about half of the wash load). Place the plastic insert in the bin on top of the laundry, close the lids. Is the middle dial still set to drain? Good. Leave it. Turn the “Spin” dial to 5. If you have the “inlet hose” hooked to an adaptor, this is where you can do a spin and rinse. If not, you can spin the suds out and wash again in clean water real fast, then repeat the spin. The machine will vibrate during the spin, and if it vibrates to a point where you think it is too much, stop the spin cycle and rearrange your items. Everything comes out damp, not wet. Like others have said: “About 90% dry.” When putting away the machine, tilt it slightly toward the direction of the drainage hose to get the rest of the water out. I set the machine aside with the lids open as to prevent a musty smell in the future. I will say this: Don’t overwhelm the machine. Do a couple washes and allow the machine to cool and rest for a couple hours, say, while your laundry is drying on a rack. If you overexert the machine, it will break. EEK! It’s more for daily loads (every day or every other day) than for a single day of wash (“laundry day”). It’s a great compact machine that gets your laundry as clean as most large washing machines. It takes a bit more effort on your part to tend to each load, but it’s easier than running up and down flights of stairs, digging in the sofa for coins, and fighting over the next machine. I plan on finding a cart to place this on so I can store it easier, and find an adaptor that will fit the inlet hose. I will update this as time goes on. It’s a really simple machine, gets the clothes clean, and I am saving some money from the get go compared to the few bucks it takes each wash in the laundromat.Read more

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  12. Luther

    After a few months of hand washing, I was ready to quit! This is my review and demonstration of the Costway Twin Tub Washing Machine, sold through Giantex, available on Amazon. It’s a wonderful little machine that’s incredibly spacious and relatively quiet. It gets out even the toughest stains (my daughter loved yogurt and mac and cheese!) for 100 bucks. I was NOT endorsed for this video and I did NOT receive this item for free or at a discount. I reviewed it because I wanted to and I love spreading the word about good products that work and make women’s lives easier! :-)Read more

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  13. Amazongirl 20

    We went from living on a third-floor apartment with laundry in the basement and across the building to a small duplex with free laundry. Unfortunately for us, the machines look like they are from the 1970s and have rust on all the lint wires, etc. So we ended up getting this machine for some smaller loads. To be honest, I don’t know how long it will last, but when it works, it works great! Our first load was a disaster, the directions are awful and we actually appear to have put more water in than needed because water was leaking out the top sides of the bin. We contacted customer service who wanted us to mail it back! Right, because anyone is really going to pay a crap load of money out of their own pocket to return something this size! No way. We decided to give it another try or two. The second time I put less water in and thank goodness the leaking stopped. It’s a fine balance with this machine, finding the right amount of clothing/water to put in. It does work better than I imagined it would, and we’ve been able to do good size loads. If it lasts, it will be well worth the 100.00 we paid. If it mucks up in the next few weeks then we’re better off at the laundry mat… This is a manual drain machine so it isn’t easy. You may be dumping buckets of water down the tub drain like I am but for us it’s worth it knowing we are washing our clothing in a machine that isn’t 50 years old and only has our stuff in it! Okay, since the directions are awful, I’ll give you a quick rundown of what they say to do here: 1) Make sure spin dial is on soft or normal 2) put in detergent 3) Fill tub with water 4) add clothes 5) Close lid and turn time dial on for however long you want to wash them for 6) When load is done, turn dial to drain and drain water out of washer 7) Place clothing in spin dry machine and spin dry them for however long you’d like 8) Turn dial back to soft/normal 9) Fill tub in washer again with water (NO detergent) 10) Place clothing from spin dryer back in washing tub w/fresh water 11) Close lid and turn dial on for however long you want to rinse-wash your clothes 12) When done, drain 13) Place clothing in spin dryer and spin dry This is how I do it: 1) Make sure spin dial is on soft or normal 2) put in detergent 3) Fill tub with water 4) add clothes 5) Close lid and turn time dial on for however long you want to wash them for 6) When load is done, turn dial to drain and drain water out of washer 7) Fill tub in washer again with water (NO detergent, but keep your wet clothing in) 8) Close lid and turn dial on for however long you want to rinse-wash your clothes 9) When done, drain 12) Place clothing in spin dryer and spin dryRead more

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  14. Alyson

    This little washer spin dryer is absolutely amazing! I live in a high rise and do not want to use the laundry room downstairs anymore because I don’t use chemicals, I like true earth products. What I didn’t know is this little machine cleans my clothes way better plus it’s so convenient to just pop it in the tub and do a couple loads when I want. I was spending over $5 a load downstairs so my investment will pay back fast. I made a great decision!Read more

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  15. J

    1 fill wash tub 1/2 way with clothes add tablespoon of laundry soap and about 2L of water. Start wash selecting soft or normal for clothes type. 2 drain excess water add 1L of water run washer for 6 minutes to rinse out soap(repeat if you like) 3 take half of washed and rinsed load put into spin side run 5 minutes with drain open, clothes will be damp(spin again to dry further). 4 repeat step 3 for second half of load.Read more

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  16. Josephine

    This little machine works very well, the motor seems strong and the spin cycle is amazing! It’s like spinning your clothes in a Ferrari! I used to have a two in one system where you wash and spin in the same place, the spin cycle was weak. When I spun my clothes in this unit I thought “this is amazing!” I 100% recommended this product.Read more

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  17. Linda

    I love this item. I can’t do stairs and my laundry is in my basement. This helps me be more independent. The spinner almost dries everything but I do hang my items to completely dry them. Wonderful for small spaces.Read more

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  18. Renee B.

    the power on this is amazing…it cleans better then a bigger washer. I would purchase thing over and over if I have to! Highly recommended

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