Best Features: Performance, easy to use, Quality, cleaning ability
"Saves space. Cleans better than my previous front loading machine. My favorite thing is not having to move laundry from washer to dryer. The delivery guy asked why we only bought a washer since the box said 'washer' on it. We convinced him this appliance did both. I'm not sure he believed us. I'm here to tell you, some things are true whether you believe them or not! This machine is amazing. It does produce quite a bit of heat. We're going to install an exhaust fan to shed some of the heat in the laundry closet."
Best Features: Performance, Style/Design, easy to use, Features/Settings, Quality, efficiency, economical
"This unit is perfect for apartments and limited space areas. I have a faucet adaption set and the washer is on a dolly so I can roll it up the kitchen sink and wash and dry on a 120 voltage outlet. It efficient, and is gentle on clothes. Because of the drying system and front loading feature, colors stay more intact; no more fading. When I'm done, I unhook it from the faucet, unplug the unit and roll it away for the next time I use it. Average load takes approximately 2 to 2 1/2 hours. It does take a little longer because it dries using 120v not 220v. But then again, that cuts on electricity costs."
"Wife and I live in an old house in Hawaii. Don't have the room or the 220 power for a standard washer and dryer. This combo works on 110 power, fits our size requirements and works with our lifestyle. We normally put in medium sized loads several times a week. The set it and forget it routine is great. We have done a Queen size comforter. That about maxes the capacity and does require additional dry time. We are very happy with this product."
"The washer/dryer combo is a great idea. I purchased this over a washer/dryer set. My first run through led me to contact customer support because I was not aware that high efficiency units use 70% less water than traditional washers and the clothes (a few items) took 4 hours to come out fully dry.
PROS: I really like the idea of using 70% less water and the clothes do come out as clean or maybe even cleaner than a traditional washer unit. My energy costs went down since I started using this unit. The larger drum is an added bonus and easily holds a set of sheets, several pair of jeans, or even 2 to 3 large towel sets. In addition, I no longer have to wash most of my hand washables by hand; this unit is very fabric friendly thanks to its many fabric settings; including delicates.
Now the CONS: there is only one "CON" I can find with this unit: the "Dryer" - this function of the unit should not be called a "dryer" - it does not dry clothing like traditional dryers; it does not function like a traditional dryer; therefore, I think the title "Dryer" should not have been used to describe this function of this machine and describing this function as a "Dryer" is misleading. The unit leaves lint throughout the bin and only a small amount of lint makes it to the trap; thus you must clean the bin of lint in addition to the so-called lint trap. The dryer uses water and I was told by customer service it operates like a "humidifier" - this explains why it takes ForEveR to dry the clothes (up to 4/5 hours). I suppose the "humidifier" is designed to prevent the clothes from burning as the bin gets extremely hot during the drying cycle. I have read reviews that the "drying" mechanism burns out in as little as a year and I can see why as the unit gets a funny smell after about 3 hours into the drying cycle. My remedy: I stopped using the "dryer" function as a dryer. I simply set the unit to dry on the 30-60 minute setting knowing the clothes will not be fully dry when the cycle is complete. I, then, hang the clothes on a clothes line or hangers to finish drying. The upside here is line-dried clothes smell wonderful and the clothes are nearly dry when they come out of the unit so they dry very quickly on the clothes line. Also, because the clothes are still dampened slightly out of the bin, they are virtually wrinkle free when fully dry. I will eventually purchase a real "Dryer" to go with my "Washer/Dryer" Combo unit and probably end up using this machine as a sole and separate washing machine."
This combination washer / dryer is perfect if you don't have an external venting source, which conventional dryers require, and it runs on standard voltage electricity. Although it is a space-efficient laundry solution, ideal for locations where a separate washer and dryer wouldn't fit, the full-size tub (3.6 cu ft) means you won't be compromising on washing capacity.
Disclaimer: Dry times will take longer than conventional vented dryer.
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