"Fancy washer mixes soap and water first for extra cleaning power"
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Fancy washer mixes soap and water first for extra cleaning power
Hey there folks, I'm Megan Wollerton for CNet here at the Electrolux expert clean lab in Charlotte, North Carolina.
We're taking a sneak peek at some new laundry products that are going to be unveiled all new at [UNKNOWN] 2016.
So what what we're looking at here, is one of three new washing machines that's coming to the line in April.
At first glance it looks kinda basic, like a pretty straightforward front- load washing machine.
But the really interesting part is happening behind Behind the scenes.
Most washing machines have two pumps but this one actually has a third pump.
It's designed to premix the detergent and the water so that it cleans your clothes more evenly every time.
So pricing for these models is gonna start at $799 and up from there depending on the unit you choose.
So we'll plan to get our hands on one of these for a full review soon.
But for now we just wanted to show you a quick sneak peek of what Electrolux has planned.
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