Excerpt: I should say the concept of having washer and dryer together is good but practically you never get what you want. Due to the nearly only 50% of capacity compared to a regular dryer, you have to load really very little of clothes if you want to get them really dry when done!
Good function, but with a possible very bad aspect to this technology.
Steven Cohen, Amazon
28 August 2015
Summary: I've been using it for the better part of a day. It's a wonder of electronics. I don't even mind that it takes forever to dry, or for that matter that clothes are slightly damp coming out - that is probably really good for the longevity of the garments.
Summary: i had the issue of clothes being very wet after the dry cycle. I found that it all has to do with the water evacuation hose position. The hose MUST point downward and never turn upwards. The drying system requires all water to be pumped out so it can dry properly.
They don't like email and there is no tracking or communication
Walter Giera, Amazon
18 August 2015
Summary: Very scary experience. Delivery took over a month with difficult contact. They don't like email and there is no tracking or communication. The unit itself is interesting. It washes ok but the learning curve on getting it to dry properly is huge.
Summary: As advertised. If you follow instructions and don't overload the machine it works fine. I wouldn't recommend for a large family because it will take a little longer than conventional appliances. I also believe it will prolong the life of your clothing, items come out a little damp.
Summary: I read many reviews for this item before purchasing. I like not having to worry about needing to run a vent to the outside. Like many other reviews state, it does take a little longer to wash and dry than doing it in two separate machines.