LG Washing Machine CES 2015
LG Electronic's David VanderWall introduces the LG front loading washing machine with the new Twin Load System allowing the consumer to do two separate washing loads at the same time, at the LG press conference at 2015 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Nevada on Jan. 5, 2015. Robyn Beck—AFP/Getty Images

There's a Crazy Futuristic Washing Machine Taking CES by Storm

Jan 06, 2015

LG has a simple idea for revolutionizing your laundry experience—letting you wash two loads at once.

The electronics company revealed Monday at the Consumer Electronics Show its brand-new TWIN Wash System for its front loading washing machines, according to an LG press release. The system is an add-on, pull-out washer beneath your main machine, and it's ideal for washing your delicates that require a different wash cycle than your normal clothes.

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Caption from LIFE. Disposable plastic umbrella to be sold by stores to customers stranded in sudden showers by the inventor Harry Heavner.Ralph Morse—The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty Images
Gadget Invention Show, 1958
Gadget Invention Show, 1958
Gadget Invention Show, 1958
Gadget Invention Show, 1958
Gadget Invention Show, 1958
Gadget Invention Show, 1958
Gadget Invention Show, 1958
Gadget Invention Show, 1958
Caption from LIFE. Disposable plastic umbrella to be sold by stores to customers stranded in sudden showers by the inventor Harry Heavner.
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The washing machine also comes with TurboWash 2.0, LG's high-speed washing process that uses differently pressured nozzles to quickly rinse your clothes—and once they're clean, the TurboSteam function allows for faster drying times, up to 50% speedier than previous LG machines.

The machine's also connected to Wi-Fi, so you can operate it remotely and receive notifications when your clothes are ready. Naturally.

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