When you're in the market for a new washing machine, you wanna know that the model you're getting is a good value, and, unfortunately, that just wasn't the case with this $1,100 front load LG washer.
There are some things I like about it, it was pretty easy to use.
I didn't love the cluttered display, that made it a little difficult to see things from a distance.
I do like the aesthetics generally.
It looks nice and a little bit more premium than its eleven hundred bucks with the gray stainless finish.
But at the end of the day it just Wasn't a good performer.
Compared to all of the other front load models we've reviewed so far this on actually got one of the worst scores.
One thing it did get right, though, is features.
So I wish the performance had been better, but it actually has some pretty cool features for its price.
it has a related app that lets you troubleshoot the appliance to see if they are any issues with it without having to call customer service and it has a really fast Cleaning time.
Both the normal and other settings are a little bit faster than average.
And there's even a 15 minute speed wash that I used on my clothes that works pretty well.
Unfortunately I can't recommend this machine overall for its poor performance, so I would definitely look for other front load washers first.
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