When LG pitched the idea of twin wash washing machine, AKA washer, we thought it was a crazy idea. Like, who needs two washers in one washing machine, right? Well, as it turns out, it was a hit. OK. Maybe not a hit, hit, but it does sell, or at least we thought it sells because, the electronic giant is pushing out a new generation of TWINWash Washer and Dryer – this time packing even more tech. How much innovations, you ask? I am not quite sure, but being a recipient of 2019 CES Innovation Award, it must have some pretty kick-ass innovations, right? Continue reading New LG TWINWash Washer And Dryer Is Smart, Works With Voice Assistant Too
Properties and cars are the obvious products of choice to flaunt one’s wealth, but in recent times, wealthy folks in China are into something else entirely and that something else happens to be, well, washing machines. Believe it or not, luxe washing machine is the latest obsession for the richest. The burgeoning number of richie rich in China are snapping up Panasonic Alpha Series Washing Machine designed by sports car maker Porsche’s design studio, Studio F.A. Porsche. Continue reading Porsche Designed Washing Machine Is China Wealthy’s Latest Obsession
How do you juggle between the many household chores with exercise? Perhaps, cleaning up the house and doing laundry are already considered exercising, but what if, you can literally do both at the same time, like cycling on a stationary bike and doing laundry simultaneously? Impossible? Not according to a team of designers at Dalian Nationalities University. They dreamed up an fitness equipment that basically mashes a front-loading washing machine with an exercise bike, and they are calling it the Bike Washing Machine. Continue reading Bike Washing Machine Concept Sounds Brilliant, But Is It Really Practical?
If having clean attire is what matters even when you are out camping, then we think you may like the idea of Yirego Drumi Off Grid Washer, a super compact portable washing machine that’s essentially human-powered. Standing at 22 inches tall, Drumi looks more like a space-age rice cooker or steamer than a washing machine and is designed to hold up to 5L of water, which should comfortably wash 6 or 7 pieces of clothing. The real draw here is of course, it operates without any form of electricity. It can wash as long as you have water, detergent and have the energy to pump the textured pedal to get the drum to spin. And yes, it has a drum to aid in better washing performance and it even has a detergent tray to hold up to 3 different detergents at a time. Continue reading Here’s a Portable Washing Machine That Operates Without Electricity
When it comes to doing laundry, most of us couldn’t care less about the different types of clothes that get thrown into the washing machine, but for everyone who does, LG Twin Wash System Washing Machine is just the home appliance you may have been dreaming of. As the product name implies, this particular washing machine setup lets you wash two loads of laundry simultaneously; one load in the main washer and the second load, in the mini washer under the main washer. LG proposes that the mini washer to be used for laundry that requires special attention such as delicate items that could benefit from unique wash settings. Continue reading LG Twin Wash System Lets You Wash Two Loads Of Laundry At The Same Time
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these days apartments/houses are getting smaller, especially in city areas. perhaps, this Candy Grand’O space saver washing machine, from the Italy, can help in conserving some of your precious estate in your service area. with just a depth of 40cm (that’s less than 16 inches), it will saves you an average of 10cm of space which could make your service area a little bit roomier. even with it’s slim depth, the Grand’O still manages a 6kg and 7Kg (depending on the model) capacity wash.
there’s a side benefit for a slim depth washing machine, in terms of interior decoration perspective. some people design cabinets around the washing machine and to accommodate the washing machine, the cabinet usually ended with the same depth as the washing machine (averaging 50cm, usually more) i.e. making the already tiny space even smaller. well, you can always choose not to build the cabinets to the machine depth, but that would mean an awkward protruding washing machine that will sticks out like a sore thumb, not to mention the occasional accidental bumps into the protruding machine. now with the slim depth, you can build your cabinet to a slimmer depth – thus saving space overall. home improvement, anyone?
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