LG Twin Wash system

If you thought the new Samsung ActiveWash was pretty cool just wait…there’s more. LG has also debuted a washer at the International CES 2105 show with a new washer category of their own.

LG’s revolutionary TWIN Wash System enables two separate loads to be washed simultaneously with a space-efficient mini washer located in the pedestal. The new washer is compatible with any front-loading LG washing machine, including older models.

LG Twin Wash System | KitchAnn Style

This means you to can wash lights and darks at the same time, or simply pop a smaller delicate load into the mini washer to save water and energy.

LG Twin Wash System | KitchAnn Style

Despite its small size, the mini washer uses the same “Slim Inverter Direct Drive” motor as bigger machines, so it delivers the same cleaning power, according to LG.

In addition to speed and efficiency, LG wants to stay at the cutting edge of connected tech with its washers and dryers as well. The new washer comes with NFC and WiFi connectivity, allowing users to upload special washing cycles, monitor those cycles, and receive alerts when the load is finished.

Although not confirmed, look for the TWIN Wash System in May 2015, the mini washer (WD100C, WD200C) will retail for $499.

To learn more about other new laundry products from LG shown at CES 2015, visit their press room. Here.

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2 Replies to “LG Twin Wash system”

  1. I think LG makes our life easy. Now because LG I love to wash cloths I know it’s funny but yeah its true. I really like this twin technology. I bought this machine three months ago. Style and color of this twin machine is beautiful. My twin machine’s color is metallic.

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