You can trust this Samsung washer with your clothes
This $999 Samsung [UNKNOWN] Washing machine has a 4.5 cubic for capacity, ten cleaning cycles and a companion app designed to help you troubleshoot Performance problems.
Unfortunately, Samsung's Smart Washer App is seriously outdated and glitchy and I'd suggest calling customer service if you've got questions, rather than dealing with the app.
I really like this washer's blue finish, but you can also get it in silver for the same price, or in white for a 100 bucks less.
The display's combination of buttons and touch controls makes the layout look a little disorganized, but it's still mostly easy to find what you're looking for.
Best of all, this washer is excellent at removing stains.
It earned the second best performance score out of all of the front load washers we've tested.
At just under a thousand bucks, this midrange Samsung washing machine is pretty affordable.
Offers competitive features for its price, and cleans clothes better than most models available today.
Definitely consider it if you're searching for a front-load washer with solid specs and top notch performance.
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