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Equator EW 824 & ED 850 Stackable set of Compact Super Washer & Compact Short Dryer

Item# 02601559000P | Model# EW 824 & ED 850 | Added on July 25, 2017 |
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Equator EW 824 & ED 850 Stackable set of Compact Super Washer & Compact Short Dryer
$1,407.99
$1,599.99
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Isn’t it time for laundry to feel less like a chore? We agree, and that’s why we created the EW 824 Washer. This ultra-slim washer is a favorite for families living in apartments, condos, tiny homes or other places where space is limited. But don’t let its size fool you: This compact machine is packed with time-saving features, from its built-in diagnostics to its 12 programmable functions like self-cleaning and soak function. The EW 824’s LED display turns off after 5 minutes to save energy, and an automatic water level ensures that you always use the right amount of water, no matter your load size. To make your laundry experience even easier, we’ve designed adjustable leveling legs that always keep your machine straight and at the height most comfortable for you. The ED 850 dryer maximizes your laundry efficiency, without compromising drying speed or design. At just 59 x 23.5 x 21 inches (HxWxD) when stacked , this compact machine is built to fit into the smallest spaces, whether it’s a condo, apartment or non-traditional laundry area. Dry your clothes to perfection with auto dry/timed dry options that leave garments ready-to- wear and wrinkle-free, and feel the difference of the ED 850’s high-speed, fast-drying turbo fan. And if you’re doing laundry in a non-traditional space, there’s even more to love. This convertible dryer changes from venting to condensing mode in a few simple steps, and can be paired with an innovative venting bucket to create a vented system—even ... read more
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