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Koblenz LCK 50 Compact Portable Washing Machine

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  • Compact washer with space saving design
  • Handles 6.6 pounds of laundry
  • 15 minute automatic timer
  • Reversible action impeller
  • Portable and lightweight
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Product Information

Technical Details
Brand NameKoblenz
Model InfoLCK-50
Item Weight25.6 pounds
Product Dimensions17 x 34 x 19 inches
Item model numberLCK-50
Part Number 00-3049-4
Form Factor top_loading
Access Location top_load
Voltage120 volts
  
Additional Information
ASINB0007MEW14
Best Sellers Rank #1,415 in Appliances (See top 100)
Shipping Weight30 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingCurrently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
Date First AvailableFebruary 27, 2005
  
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Product Description

The Koblenz space saving design of the LCK-50 compact washing machine allows it to be stored almost anywhere in the home. Weighing only 25.5 pounds, it is easy to move from one place to another. Features a rustproof polypropylene cabinet for longer life and a wide washtub opening for easy loading and unloading. Washer controls are easy to use with a water level indicator and 15 minute automatic timer. Includes a hose for the gravity drain feature. Machine agitates (does not spin) This great space saver can handle up to 6.6 pounds of laundry.

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Customer Reviews

Washes clothes very well.
DonK
The hose rests upright against the back, on a hook, during use, and you lift it off the hoke and lay it down to drain, against the ground.
K916
A washer should have washing, rinsing and spinning cycle but it does not.
Kwan Wong Cheung

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245 of 248 people found the following review helpful By K916 on June 18, 2005
Pros:

This unit, which uses an impeller rather than a central agitator, holds more clothes than you'd guess. It's difficult to gauge its size because there is no frame of reference in the photo, so I surprised it was large enough to hold a decent sized load of clothes, or, in one load, a king sized set of sheets. Also, the unit is monkey-simple to use.

Cons:

Boy, where to start. The unit is simply more trouble than it's worth. By the time you adapt your washing routine to accommodate its shortcomings, you've rendered the convenience, inconvenient. Just a few of the limitations:

1. It has a very short drain hose, less than 3 feet. Since there is no spin cycle, the unit relies on gravity to empty. This means you must lay the drain hose down to drain. The hose rests upright against the back, on a hook, during use, and you lift it off the hoke and lay it down to drain, against the ground. Consequently, forget about draining this into the bathtub or a sink, as it is neither long enough, nor will provide the necessity gravity, to drain up and over the side of a tub or sink. To get around this, I picked up the unit and literally placed it in my tub, and filled it with water and washed clothes in it while it sat IN the tub enclosure, so that I could lay the very short drain hose down in the tub's drain when I was finished. Which led to limitation no. 2.

2. It has a very short electrical cord. This cord is very short, so, because I had to set the unit in my tub enclosure to wash, it wasn't long enough to also reach the electrical outlet only 6 feet away. A grounded 3 print extension cord was required.

3. The cavity / wash tub of this unit is surprisingly large, so it holds more clothes than you think.
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65 of 70 people found the following review helpful By therealdeal on November 14, 2010
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This washer does exactly what it says...it washes your clothes..you have to put clothes in, fill up with desired amount of water, use about 1/4 amount of usual detergent or you will pay for it later :)..set timer plug in and wash...it is a little noisy about the same noise as a regular washer and it fit right inside my tub..I have a small bathroom so the plug did reach the nearest socket...If you have pretty nice size bathroom you will need an extension of some sorts to reach the outlet. after the clothes are done washing you let the drain hose down in the tub and let the water drain out by gravity...for the rinse cycle you put the drain hose back up behind the washer and repeat the process of adding the water and just add your softner if you use it...You can rinse a second time if you like to make sure all the detergent and softner is out. After draining the final time clothes are just as soaked as if you hand washed them..A spin dryer is a necessity not an option trust me...I have the small one and it was a life saver..This is a good machine if you don't mind putting in some work to fill it up...it does get the clothes really clean but please do yourself a favor and use as little detergent and softner as possible..To make clothes softer and cleaner I add alittle baking soda and white vinegar and alittle softner to the wash cycle before putting the clothes in..then I add alittle more white vinegar to the rinse cycle...1/2 cup for medium load and alittle more for larger loads...you can add just a touch of fabric softner if concerned about the smell. This helps alot to minimize the crunchy feel of clothes if you choose to dry outdoors or in...I would set aside a day to do laundry especially if you have let clothes pile up...Read more ›
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Thomas Jefferson on April 25, 2005
I love mine. Got it for a better price though. How much work is it to turn on the hose to fill it? Let the water drain etc.?
It doesn't spin but I hang my clothes in the sun so it doesn't matter. It beats the wash board I used all last summer.
This is the ticket if you camp a lot or are a full time RV'er like me.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Cindy Lee on June 24, 2010
This is a great washing machine. If you want an automatic washer with wash, rinse and spin cycles, then this is not the machine for you.

The washer is small but it can hold up to a medium load of laundry including linens. I place the machine in the bathtub, make sure that the drainage hose is in the up position, then I load the laundry and use several small buckets of water to fill it. After adding the detergent I close the lid and set the timer for up to 15 minutes. When the machine stops I release the drainage hose. Then I repeat the steps above for the rinse(s). The clothes come out dripping wet, so I suggest using a spin dryer, like the Centrifugal Portable Spin Dryer, to remove the water.

The machine is light-weight and virtually quiet but very powerful. It moves the laundry around vigorously.
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16 of 19 people found the following review helpful By DonK on July 9, 2012
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This machine is awesome. I am very pleased with the way it washes clothes and other items. I was very surprised with the extreme washing action that takes place when the machine is operating. Washes clothes very well. Even though it does not have a rinse cycle, I figured out a way to rinse (probably other owners have too) by letting the water drain while running more water into the machine at the same time with the timer set to around 2 minutes. Amway, very happy with mine. Thanks
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