A lot of washing machines nowadays are trying to dazzle us with built in sinks and secondary hidden washers in the pedestal below.
But what I love most about this 1399 Samsung washer is how simple it is.
It doesn't have a clunky display, instead you get this eight inch LCD screen that controls Literally everything except for the power button and the start, pause button.
It's incredibly simply to use.
It looks nice.
It is high end and it does toss a lot.
But it's really worth it when you think about the simplicity of the use and its performance.
And it's related Samsung Smart Washer app for Android and Iphones.
Is actually pretty great, you can start a wash cycle, either from in your local wi-fi network, or remotely.
But one thing I don't love is that the set up is a little bit complicated.
But once you get that up and running, it's actually pretty straight forward.
So if you're in the market for a high end model that's also simple to use, this Samsung washer is definitely worth a look.
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