Samsung’s New Four-In-One Washer + Dryer

If you don’t like doing laundry, Samsung would like to help you enjoy it. The company has recently introduced us to its new washer-dryer combo to get through the laundry day a little quicker. With the regular main front-loading compartments for washing and drying, there is a FlexWash + FlexDry laundry system, which are smaller compartments on top, for washing small loads and drying your delicates at the same time.

Samsung Flexwash

The primary work of the FlexWash side is the front-loader, which can deal with most of the dirty work with a capacity of five cubic feet (142 liters). On the top of it houses a new section that can hold an extra cubic foot (28 liters) for smaller loads like socks and under garments. The two compartments are completely detached so they can work side-by-side with changed settings.

Samsung claims that with its built-in proprietary systems, it can halve your wash times by 30 minutes per cycle. Lather up the detergent with water and air to deliver your garments a complete clean look and minimise the vibration and the resulting noise.

Unlike its old additional compartments like a built-in sink up top for spot-scrubbing, FlexWash sounds like an improved and automatic version of the same. LG too has a Twin Wash system which is an additional optional drawer-like compartment below its existing washer. But integrating its hoses and drainage to the set requires work. On the other hand, FlexWash looks like everything is built into one unit and needs only one water line to fill both the compartments.

Also, present is a smaller compartment for drying items too delicate for the unkind heat of a usual dryer. So instead of hanging your fancy garbs around the house you can lay them in the delicate rack with a mild flow of warm air which will vary from room temperature up to 95 degrees Fahrenheit (35 degrees Celsius). The machine is IoT enabled, which means it could be connected to the Samsung Smart Home app and controlled from an Android and or an iOS device, letting you monitor the progress and run loads from the comfort of other places other than your laundry room.

Although, Samsung has called back about 2.8 million washing machines because of some issues related to the top of the machine popping off. FlexWash is a top loading supplementary washer which the buyers could potentially consider. Samsung’s four-in-one set looks all ready to solve most of your laundry issues except for the fact that you will need a bigger place if you live in a smaller apartment.

That’s all the information we have for now. We will update you as soon as we get our hands on it.

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by techtalks @TechTalks February 10, 2017 7:57 AM UTC

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