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YES if your kitchen faucets have the right type of adaptors
This doesn't have one with the exception of a filter in the washer half. What they call a dryer is really only a spin cycle. You still have to line dry your clothes.
No, this product didn’t meet my expectations. The water drains from the bottom and would’ve caused water damage to my basement. Putting the washer/dryer in my shower wasn’t an option.
It is a washer and a spin dryer, not a conventional dryer that uses airflow and needs an exhaust.
No venting required, it is spin dry and as for water hook up, aproximately 5/8" i.d. hose may fit snug on the water inlet nipple. Two water inlets, one for washer tub and one for spin tub. For drain, it is gravity drain, the drain needs to be lower than the machine.
The product doesn't come with hoses per se. It has a plastic hose that hangs on its side that is use to drain it. And one small plastic, read cheap, hose used to fill it. The smaller one isn't good for much and I still fill mine with a bucket. There are no hoses that would be called washer/dryer hookups in the US.
Washing is not as noisy as the spin. Spin has a low frequency rumble boise that is loud and fills every room near it. In my apt. I used different isolation pads on its base, around it, nothing worked to quiet it down significantly, spin cycle is especialy loud when the load is not optimum balanced.