"GE's impressive washer will take yours to the cleaners"
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CNET First Look
CNET First Look
GE's impressive washer will take yours to the cleaners
GE $1400 GSWR 4805 is a really machine.
It has quite a few features, it has a nice [UNKNOWN] and it has really Excellent performance.
The one thing I really don't like about this machine, though, is that it's kind of hard to use.
The display is difficult to read, and the interface just isn't that intuitive.
While this machine does have some advanced features, like bulky bedding, sanitize, and allergens, it doesn't have nearly as many as the LG Twin Wash.
That one has its own app for Android and iOS devices and it actually has compatibility with a second washer that you can put underneath.
But, as I'm sure most of you would agree, performance is at the top of the list when it comes to doing laundry and this machine really did excel at that.
In terms of overall performance, it really did excel over the LG wash model.
This one did a great job removing stains, although it was a little tougher on the clothes.
One thing I do like about this GE washer, is that it has a huge 4.8 cubic foot capacity.
That means you could fit a king size comforter, or any other bulky bedding with ease.
While this wasn't the most well rounded model we tested, it did a great job at performance and I still recommend it overall.
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