Many people like using top-load washers due to the ergonomic benefit that they offers, but for many, it is the low water consumption of front-load washers that matters.
How about getting the benefit of both in a single washing machine? Sounds crazy?
But Samsung and LG, the two pioneers in the home appliances domain have done it in real. They have developed a similar technology with a different name in their washing machine that will give the flavor of both top loaders and front loaders in a single washing machine.
LG calls it Twin Wash and Samsung calls it Flex Wash but both are technology the same with some minor differences. Let’s learn about the differences between LG Twin Wash Vs Samsung Flex Wash Washer here in this article.
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What Is LG Twin Wash
LG Twin Wash is LG’s answer to washing two different types of loads at once in a single washing machine. It is two washing machines integrated into a single washing machine.
The main washing machine will sit at the top and will bear the daily gigantic load of clothes whereas the tiny washing machine ( Also called SideKick) will be right below the main washing machine.
Both are integrated into one unit, you will never notice that there are basically two different types of washing is going on.
Both has their own wash cycle, own water line, own dispenser line and other stuffs. They don’t share anything except the fact that they are integrated into one unit.
What Is Samsung Flex Wash
Technically, both Twin Wash and Flex Wash technology are the same but in the case of Samsung Flex Wash, the secondary unit is placed on top of the main unit.
Both technologies serve the same purpose of providing the benefits of top load and front load washers in a single machine although the machine configuration is a little different.
LG Twin Wash Vs Samsung Flex Wash Washer | What’s The Difference
Technically, no difference. The only difference is in the configuration. In LG Twin Wash washer, the secondary unit is placed at the bottom of the main unit whereas in the Samsung Flex wash, the secondary unit is placed at the top of the main unit.
In the Samsung Flex wash, you will have a lid to access the secondary unit, whereas in the LG twin wash, you will have to access the secondary unit like a drawer. The main unit door configuration is same for both LG Twin Wash and Samsung Flex Wash.
Personally, I like Samsung Flex Wash as you can open the lid without bending down. In the case of LG twin wash, you will need to bend down to access the secondary unit which is an ergonomic issue for many.