Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 104
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by zanybird Great machine!
I had been checking out this LG all-in-one for several months and finally purchased it and am so glad I did. It's not only a great space saver, it's quiet and sharp looking. I haven't had any problems with the drying times or the cloths not feeling dry enough, if they don't feel dry when you first get them out, just give them a shake or put them on for a longer cycle.
June 6, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by BigTony A Great Buy if you don't mind doing a lot of small loads
I was uneasy about the size of this machine and whether it could handle california king bed sheets. My fears were partly laid to rest, but the fix was easy. As a washer, this is a dream come true. I find my clothes much cleaner than the top loader I had before with much less water used. The dryer also works well but the capacity is very limited. My 1000TC cal king sheets come out of the washer looking great but if I use the machine to dry them, they wrinkle because they're too big. I just line dry them. If you stick to small loads, and remove them promptly, this unit is wonderful. With the space I saved by buying the combo unit, I was able to put in a small pantry.
March 21, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by doogs Very happy so far
We bought this LG to replace a no-name Italian ventless washer/dryer combo that sorta-worked for the last 10 years. The dryer function died about 3 years ago. Finally the drum started leaking and we had to replace it. WOW. This thing is amazing. And the dryer actually works. We've been using a ventless all-in-one for a long time, so we're used to doing many small loads rather than a few large ones. The LG has lots of useful options, a clear manual, an intuitive interface. And it seems to wash and dry just fine. It does vibrate during spin cycles, but so did our last one. Since the drier on the last one died three years ago I don't really remember how bad the vibration was. The LG is tolerable and the neighbors haven't complained. It's a lot of $, but if it lasts us 10 years it'll be well worth it. Yay.
April 21, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Billy123 LG 2.3 cf combo washer dryer
I purchased this machine on sale at Home Depot for $1227 and I bought the 5 year warranty. I have a vent for a dryer, but decided on this machine because I don't need to take clothes out of the machine after the wash cycle to dry them. This machine washes very well and dries very well also. If I don't want to use the dryer feature, I can use the wash only cycle and use ultra-high spin and the clothes come out slightly damp. The wash only cycle only takes about 1-1.5 hours and the wash/dry combo cycle ranges from 2.5 hours to 4.5 hours. The machine dries very well also, just like my old gas tumble dryer. The dryer does not have a lint vent, so I am not sure how I can remove the lint after every drying session, but so far this machine is excellent! Home Depot purchase and delivery was excellent!
February 25, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by CRAZYCOOK11 Simple to use, energy and space saver.
Waited a long time for this, it is a valuable asset to my busy household. Not only does it take up less room ,it is both energy and water saving and quiet operation. My laundry takes less time due to energy and water savings combined with the easy to follow display panel, with the numerous easy to use features. My favorites are speed wash and timed dry functions. LIFE REALLY IS GOOD!
November 4, 2013
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by KEM Wrinkles
I have a lot of LG products(TV, microwave, washer, dryer). They usually have a good dependable product, but my wife is very disappointed with this product. All of the clothes come our wrinkled, and she does use fabric softener. If I could trade it in I would get the stackable washer/dryer for the apartment that we're going to move into. The LG washer and dryer that we had, she loved. She is not pleased with the length of time that it take to do a load of clothes. When doing a large load (a set of king size sheets and pillow cases) the washing and drying spin cycle is very noisy from the vibration..
April 5, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Charlie AWESOME PRODUCT
This compact, durable, and efficient machine fits well in my small laundry closet, where I opted to have one machine versus two or even the bulky and awkward "stacking" combo machines. The machine is pricey but provides a good investment when considering the energy expense of running it year round. I echo other reviewers' recommendation to read the manual carefully to take most advantage of the nice features. This kind of dryer seems to take a bit longer than the vented kind to finish drying laundry. LG provides helpful customer support on their website. Overall excellent product.
April 3, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by anara Great product for my needs
i have done a lot of online research on washer/dryer for small apartment with no hookups. LG combo was the answer. Since washer needs separate cold and hot water lines i had to hire plumber to install its hooked up to under kitchen sink and I have full use of sink while in operation. Here I want to mention, that in my old building apartment when plumber did trial cycle, the whole apartment was shaking when machine was in spin mode, I purchased vibration pads and its much better. Do note, the machine itself is very quiet and hardly moves when spinning. It calculates the cycle time after you selected your options and put load in. you can delay the start of cycle. Dryer pros: its vent less, so once machine is plugged in, you are done with set up. I have read complaints about laundry being damp or wet after drying is done, but if you follow instructions (do a half load if you want to include drying, so that laundry can freely tumble), dries great. There is brief damp feeling when you first take laundry out of machine, but dissipate within seconds. Drying starts immediately after washing, so once you set your desired wash/dry cycle you don’t need to do anything but take laundry out once done. Originally I thought the preprogrammed cycles include drying , they don’t. you choose your wash cycle option(s) and then Dry cycle. I so far chose “More” for dry cycle, then tried “normal” and both great results with the appropriate amount of laundry. I believe the machine calculates the dry time once it weighs the load. So “normal” setting will be appropriate dry time for the load. After the wash/dry is done, the machine will go in CD (cool down) mode, and still turn from time to time to fluff up the clothes for some time. Dryer cons: it does take longer to dry than conventional dryer. Dry time is depending on the load. half full load with shirts and tees-hirts wash/dry 2-3 hrs. Laundry lacks the nice detergent smell, its very distant at best. Not sure if this is appliance fault. You cannot add drying time. You cannot select only dry. Pants regular slacks or jeans are very wrinkly. Washer pros: washes great, much better than Laundromat. White laundry is white again! If i only wash and not dry, laundry smells great. Washer cons: cant find any so far. Overall I am very happy with it, cant stop bragging.
June 11, 2013