We've got first at CES at January and now it's finally here in the CNET studios, the LG TwinWash Washing Machine System.
So that's actually a bit of a misnomer because these are two separate units.
You can stick basically any front loading washing Machine up here on the top.
Any LG model that has been manufactured since 2009, and the SideKick model goes underneath.
So, the beauty of this system according to LG at least, is that you can kind of mix and match your laundry loads while running them simultaneously.
So if you want whites and delicates in the bottom drawer And colors in the top, you can do that.
So this top unit here is expected to retail for $1500.
The bottom one will cost a whopping $780.
So combined, that makes for a pretty pricey laundry solution.
But both of these products are expected to hit retail on December 20th.
So stay tuned for our full review on that.
But for now we just wanted to bring you a quick first look of this neat LG Twin Wash system.
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I'm Megan Wollerton for CNET.
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