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Old 10-19-2012, 07:57 PM   #15
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We have a combo unit that is vented and extreamly quiet so we usally do a load at bed time or first thing in the morning. The key is not to overload it, then a complete wash / dry cycle is about 2 hrs. For just the 2 of us it makes life easy but on a longer trip we do a load once a day.

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Old 10-21-2012, 08:42 AM   #16
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How long does it take? Who knows -- we put a load in when we head out sightseeing in the toad, and when we come back hours later, it's done. Can't do that in a stack! And if they're wrinkled, who cares -- we're retired and traveling.

But seriously, there are tradeoffs, of course. The combo gives you the aforementioned "one stop shopping," which for us is a big advantage, plus the space savings. The stackable gives you the ability to overlap 2 loads (one washing while one drying), if you're there to swap them out, and somewhat more capacity (or so I hear).

Different strokes for different folks ...

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