Yeah I know $1899 is a lot to spend on a single appliance, but this Samsung FlexWash washing machine right here might just be worth it.
Here is why.
Number one, the FlexWash isn't really one washer, it is Is two.
It has a main 5 cubic foot front load compartment, and a small 1 cubic foot top load compartment.
Wash clothes in the upper and lower unit simultaneously, or separately.
Number two, this thing is gorgeous and easy to use Despite its potentially confusing double display panel, and multitude of settings, this black, stainless steel wrapped washer has responsive touch screen design that's easy to navigate.
Number three, it cleans really well.
While its stain removal power Wasn't the absolute best we've ever encountered.
The Flex Wash held its own alongside other high end washers.
In addition to its key benefits, you can also start, stop, and view the status of Flex Wash cycles from Samsung's Smart Home app.
If you don't think you'll use the dual washers on a regular basis, don't waste your money.
But if you're always against a mountain of dirty laundry, the Flex Wash will definitely come in handy.
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