Totally random no! Today I’ll be sharing with you my washing machine shopping experience and comparison. So.. My mom has been bugging me to buy her a new washing machine ever since ours (that lasted for 15 years) finally gave up and broke down. At first, she was passive-aggressive making parinigs like “Okay, dahil wala na tayong washing machine, kanya kanya ng laba!) which scared the hell out of me because I don’t really do any household chores. They didn’t train me while I was growing up. My siblings otherwise know how to do
their own laundry, dishes, and tidying up.
Okay, back to washing machines. I did my thorough research on google and ended up with 2 choices. We don’t need anything fancy or anything with buttons so I searched for the best most affordable washing machine that I can spot. It all boiled down to 2 brands. Fujidenzo and Sharp. Our old washing machine was the GIGA Wash from Sharp. Fujidenzo, is the local-counterpart of Whirlpool. Whirlpool is THE BEST makers of washing machine. But Fujidenzo is still not Whirlpool.
We did a test-drive (as seen in the video below) and lo-behold. Sharp functions better.
- 6 kg. Twin tub washer
- Eco-soakwash cycle
- Powerful star-fin pulsator with scrubbers
- Air dry
- Durable see – through cover
- Dual inlet hose
- Lint filter
- Rust proof plastic body w/ rat proof base
Sharp 8.5kg Twin Tub Washing Machine
15 mins. Washing time
All plastic cabinet
Rat Proof plastic base
Dent and Rust Free
Wash and Spin timer
Bearing Holder drive system
Wash Capacity 7.5 kg.
Spin Capacity 5.5 kg.
Power Source 230V 60Hz
AC Cord 2 flat pin
Unit Dimension 820x495x990 (mm)
Unit Weight 23 Kg.
WINNER – SHARP
Mom’s satisfied. We’re relieved. 😛