- 1 Pyle Washing Machine Review
- 2 Pros
- 3 Cons
- 4 Design
- 5 Pyle Portable Washing Machine – Functionality
- 6 Pyle Portable Washing Machine – Run Time & Capacity
- 7 Pyle Washing Machine Manual
- 8 What Customers Say
- 9 The Verdict
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- Washing and drying clothes simultaneously saves a lot of time
- The washer and the spinner operate via independent moto
- It’s rather lightweight and easy to transport
- The instructions can be improved. Some users had a hard time understanding the translation.
You are looking to buy equipment to serve your family’s needs but do not know which washing machine to buy well, but still save electricity? The market today has a multitude of brands that make you wonder and have many difficulties because you do not know which brand to choose? Please choose the Pyle Portable washing machine cheap price, compact design, suitable for the needs of thin, light laundry. Let’s quickly evaluate the Pyle Twin Tub washing machine with Betacamera.
For the complete newbie, this Pyle Portable Washing Machine is semi-automatic. This means the user does all the work switching between wash, rinse, and spin. It is a beautified three motors attached to a couple of timers and a wash and dryer bin.
Body Size 22.2 x 13.9 x 23.6 inches. It’s small enough to put inside a camper or bring to a caravan, or even a hotel room if you really wanted to. Perfect for Apartments, Dorms, College Rooms, RV Camping…
The Pyle Portable Twin Tub washing machine comes outfitted with a twin tub electric washer and comes in appealing white and blue color.
Pyle Portable Washing Machine – Functionality
Feature the twin tub dual-function design can save your precious time by washing and spinning dry loads at the same time. This not only simplifies your work but also reduces the cost for you, as buying two separate units would definitely cost you more.
The Pyle Portable Washing Machine features rotary controls for wash timer, program and drain selector, as well as a spin timer. It has a high-powered 250-watt motor and Wash-Load Capacity-7.7 pounds.
The portable spin dryer features a 120-watt motor and a capacity of 33 lbs The compact dryer is perfect for smaller laundry loads.
The dry spinning part of the machine is half the size of the washer, so unless you’re okay with wringing out larger items, don’t wash them in this. This also means that you’ll have to spin items a little at a time before you can start a new batch.
Pyle Washing Machine Manual:
Pyle Portable Washing Machine – Run Time & Capacity
1300RPM motor with a voltage frequency of 110V/60HZ, allowing you to simply put in your load of clothes and fill with water, then set the timer and start washing. The washer control timer runs for up to 15 minutes while the spin cycle timer runs for up to 5 minutes for each load.
Pyle Twin Tub Washing Machine works pretty well but it’s only about 1/4 to 1/3 the size of a double load machine in the laundromat so you’re going to have to do several loads.
Plus I noticed that it tends to overheat after running few times and won’t work, so you have to basically wait until the motor cools down before you can start washing your clothes again.
My only suggestion when using yours (if you buy one), is the built-in drain pump will get rid of about 99.5% of the waste water. I’d suggest raising your machine slightly off the ground so that the drain hose is completely beneath the machine, then gravity will assist the pump in removing the remaining waste water.
Pyle Washing Machine Manual
This is a very simple machine to use even though instructions are kind of vague. I’ve noticed a lot of reviewers, YouTube “how to’s” always skip a few steps. So the following is how I wash/spin according to the instructions. I’ve also noticed doing it this way reduced the amount of lint leftover on your clothes.
(This machine drains by gravity so make sure it’s higher than where you’re draining out to. I purchased a printer stand to elevate it. Also, I tie a nylon sock at the end on the drain hose to catch more lint as to not clog the plumbing)
1. Fill the washer with hot/warm water (via water inlet/hose/bucket/shower head) and a tablespoon or teaspoon for smaller loads of detergent. Load your laundry and lint catchers (these machines are notoriously bad with lint )
At this point, I turn on the washer and check to see how the washer’s agitating. The washer is supposed to be swishing the clothes. If it doesn’t spin/swish you might need to remove some clothes or add more water.
The maximum water level is “H”. Water level indicator in the washer “L” low, “M” medium, “H” high. I usually set it to 9mins (clothes) or 12mins (bedsheets/towels) and Standard. The Soft setting is for “delicates” basically the impeller spins less and there’s a longer delay between the spin directions.
Please remember, do not overload or overwork the washer!
Spint Out The Soapy Wash Water
2. This is the step a lot of people skip and they go straight to rinsing. Like any washing machine, clothes are always spun after a detergent wash
The problem with just draining and adding water to the rinse is that your clothes are still sopping wet with soapy water and adding more water won’t remove the soap, it’ll just “rinse” the clothes with diluted soap
Okay, so once the wash is completed transfer the clothes into the spinner and spin out the soapy water. I let it spin until water stops coming out of the drain hose, less than a minute. Of course, make sure the spinner is balanced and the cap is pressed down
Once all clothes are spun, drain the washer. I like to drain after and not before is because I don’t want the lint in the water to settle onto the clothes. Once drained, I give the wash tub a quick rinse of any leftover lint. Please remember, do not overload or overwork the spinner!
If your laundry is really dirty, repeat steps 1 and 2. Basically like a pre-wash and wash cycle.
3. As the last of the soapy clothes are spinning, begin filling the wash tub with cold water and fabric softener (just need a teaspoon). Load the spun clothes and start the timer. Since you spun out the soapy water, the rinse cycle could be set to 3-6mins.
4. Once the rinse is completed transfer the rinsed clothes into the spinner and don’t overload/overwork the spinner. Again I’m not draining the washer yet because I don’t want the lint to settle. Spin until there’s no water coming out of the drain hose as over-spinning could stretch out your clothes, this should be 1-2 minutes MAX.
At this point, if you don’t have another load to wash, you can drain the rinse water. If you do have another load you don’t need to drain since the rinse water could be used for the next load. In theory, since the water was used to rinse the soap out of the clean clothes, the water should still be clean…with just a little soap. You would repeat steps 1-4 until your laundry is done.
Washer/Spinner Clean Up
5. Once all your laundry is finished, rinse out the washer and spinner to get rid of any lint/dirt/soap/ buildup, and remember to clean out the lint trap. Lift machine to make sure water is completely drained (gravity drain) Also make sure the drain hose is drained too… my machine came with a hose over 5ft long!! Then wipe down everything and leave lids open to air dry so you don’t get mold and mildew!
What Customers Say
At the time of writing our review, 53% of the reviewers on Amazon have given the Pyle Portable Washing Machine a 5-star rating, while 17% of the reviewers have given it a 1-star rating.
Overall, users are impressed by the convenience and performance it offers. Many were impressed with the easy-to-use price and good on its budget.
Overall, The Pyle Portable washing machine is great. Easy to use, reasonably priced, and a life saver if you have to leave your home to do the wash. This will save you lots of money if you drop off your laundry to be washed every week
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