While it might be tempting to find a place to do your laundry around town, there will be times when you have to throw in a load on the road. Finding the best RV washer and dryer combo can alleviate your stress about the situation and save you a lot of time. With that in mind, we’ll begin by looking at the LG WM3997HWA Washer/Dryer, a top washer dryer combo, and demonstrate several of the best options that you should consider.
LG WM3997HWA Washer/Dryer
The LG Washer/Dryer model that we’ve put here is rather standard stackable, so it will require more power than other models. It’s also going to take up a fair amount of space, but it’s such a useful machine that it’s hard not to list it as the top one.
There are many things to love about this machine, including the “turbo wash” feature that gets your clothes finished quickly and the anti-vibration feature that makes it a quiet machine to operate. The warranty on the system is good for people seeking value, but the price is steep. Only buy this one if you’re looking for some unexpected luxury in your RV.
Della Portable Washing Machine
A more sensible choice for a washing machine and dryer is the Della Portable Washing Machine. Not only will this give you an excellent wash for your clothes, but you’ll also get the benefit of a spin-dry machine. To be clear: this will not dry your clothes all the way. They will be damp when you finish them.
That being said, this is perfect for a low-vibration, low-power setting where you’re not trying to use all the available resources. It will hold 11lbs of clothes and spin dry about half of that. It does come with a drain tube so you can empty the water into your tank as well. This is good for some outfits or delicate clothing more than a heavy-duty washing.
Giantex Mini Compact Portable Twin Tub Washer and Dryer
This is another excellent washer and dryer for people that need to wash clothes or linens, but you have to be warned that they do not dry all the way in the spinner. You will have to hang them out to dry or use a full dryer.
This product will get you most of the way to a clean set of clothes, but you’ll need added drying. It has a washing tub that will take 11lbs of clothes and a spin-dry that can take 6.6lbs at a time. In terms of the power available, it has 110 watts for drying and 300 watts for washing, giving you more than enough to get the job done.
The washer has a nice filter to catch things you inadvertently wash, and the whole thing is made to save time and effort. The price is surprisingly low, too, near the lower end of the spectrum.
Splendide Tvm63xna Rv Vented Dryer and Westland Sales ARWXF129WNA Splendid Compact Washer
The stackable washer and dryer combo can fit into most rigs, but the only downside is that it will take up a fair amount of space, and they have to be bought separately. The dryer is vented, so you have to adjust for that in your RV. Another thing is that the two are very expensive together. Yet, for all that, you get full warranties on two of the best washers and dryers in stock.
The washer will hold 15 pounds of laundry at a time, and it has adjustable temperatures and speeds. The dryer has three cycles available, too. It features 4.0 cubic feet of space in the drum that is made from stainless steel.
These might not be as lightweight or simple to use as the other washers that we’ve listed here, but the benefits are reserved for travelers’ higher class. If you’re able to afford this luxury, then it is very beneficial to have. You can do all of your laundries, washed and fully dried, while you’re still in your RV.
BestAppliance 2.0 Cu. Ft. Washer and Dryer Combo
If you’re looking to get into cutting edge technology with your washer and dryer combo, this is the tool for you. The appliance allows you to wash and dry 5lbs at a time. The washer is standard, front-loading, and easy to install and assemble. Once you are finished with your washing cycle, the combo’s dryer portion steps in to use a condensing process to dry the clothes.
While it might take longer than a standard dryer, you do not have to hang out your clothes to dry once you’re finished. The whole thing is 24 inches wide and 24 inches high to fit it in an RV with ease. There is no need for a vent, it uses a 120v plug, and you can hook it up for permanent use in your water supply. It’s very difficult to beat this system, but it is definitely on the higher end of costs!
When you are getting a washer and dryer for your RV, you have to choose whether you want a full or partial experience. Some people are okay with hanging their clothes out to dry after they’re done washing them, and others want to have it all done at once. The combos that we have shown here will provide both choices and several price points from which to choose!