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Koblenz LCK50 Compact Portable Washing Machine, 00-3049-4
Koblenz LCK50 Compact Portable Washing Machine, 00-3049-4
List Price: $239.00
Our Price: $199.00

Koblenz LCK-50 Top Fill Commerical Washer, Washing Machine LCK50 Mop Heads, Microfiber Pads, Up to 6Lb Load, Gravity Drain, No Rinse/Spin Cycles, 25lb.
The Koblenz LCK 50 compact and portable washing machine is perfect for people with limited space, low laundry requirements or for singles that move around a lot.
The price point of the Koblenz LCK 50 portable washing machine makes this machine a great choice for anyone on a budget and is sick of wasting money at the laundry mat!
The LCK-50 Portable Washer is a compact washer that is very convenient and lightweight. It is only 25.5 pounds and can be stored in small places. You can move it from place to place easily and it can even fit in your car.
There is no installation needed when you use the LCK-50. You can wash up to six pounds of microfibers, bonnets, rags or mops in about five minutes. The cabinet is rustproof polypropylene and it has a wide wash tub so it is easy to load.
This is a very “niche market” machine, and it is a high quality for what it is, but it’s a gravity drain, and has a specific use, consumers can use it as long as they understand what it is they are buying, they cannot compare it to their standard washing machine. It is marketed as an auxiliary machine only, lightweight, portable, no hookups required, light loads such as mops, towels, microfiber pads and washcloths.
Take advantage of being able to wash on site with the Koblenz LCK-50. It has an automatic shut-off timer and a reversible action impeller for perfect washing every time. For a completely portable and compact washer, try the Koblenz LCK-50 portable washer today!
Please note: Does not rinse or spin
US Warranty: 1 year limited warranty on defects in materials and workmanship.
Non-US Warranty: 30 days parts and labor