Samsung Washing Machine

Smart Features from Samsung Washing Machine

samsung washing machine

If you are looking for Samsung washing machine units that provide smart features, you might take a look at the Samsung WV9900. You can also find the matching dryer and it would be the DV9900 unit. The washing machine is priced under USD 1,900 and you will find it interesting because this unit is like two washers combined into one machine. The dryer also comes with the same price that will cost you a big amount of money when purchasing it at the same time.

The good thing about this machine is that it comes with front loader and a top loader options. The design makes it looks so modern, versatile, and gorgeous. On the other hand, the unit is easy to use and operate. You will know how to operate the machine in no time. However, the price is really expensive. Of course, we believe that good things come with costs and it is also applied for this washing machine.

Still, you need to consider buying this washing machine if you would be regularly using the dual washers. It allows you to wash the laundry faster and cleaner while you can control this Samsung washing machine through the Smart Home app from Samsung by using both Android and iPhone.

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