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This washing machine has a 6.2 cubic ft drum, which is very large and should make laundry day easier even for very large households that produces lots of dirty laundry. It is one of the largest washing machines available in the market, taking the equivalent of almost two front-loading washer loads in a single cycle. Despite the larger volume, it’s Accela Soak technology ensures cycles don’t take longer than an hour. See More
This machine allows you to change the temperature, soil level, and spin speed. Each can be set to five different levels, adding a lot of flexibility to cycles. It is also possible to add steam treatment, an additional rinse cycle and other options. See More
Measuring 35 x 20 x 20 inches, it’s definitely made for places where space isn't freely available. Weighing 61 pounds, it’s also relatively easy to move around. You can, for example, move it from a storage area to a bathroom or kitchen area when it’s time to do the laundry. The capacity of just 1.5 cubic ft is substantially less than what a full-sized washing machine can take, but is still enough to handle your personal laundry with ease. See More
You can set the washer to the most effective settings available for each laundry type and situation. There are four cycles to choose from, ranging from heavy-duty to washing delicate materials. You can save water by changing the water level according to how filled the washer is. The spinner goes up to 800 rpm, which can effectively take moisture out of the laundry. See More
This washing machine can be installed to an existing water hookup, but if you don't have one available, you can also connect it to almost any bathroom or kitchen faucet, using the included adapter. Once you’ve done with your laundry, it is also easy to detach the connection, for storage. See More