Fagor Washer/Dryer Combo

By / Food / September 10th, 2013 / 1

The Fagor FAS3612X features 16 wash cycles and a ventless condensation dryer. Although a combination unit may not be for everyone, it can be the ideal solution to your laundry needs if any of the below situations apply:

You live in a small space

The obvious advantage – only one machine is required to both wash and dry. The dimensions of the unit (33.5″ H x 23.25″ W x 23.25″ D) allow it to fit easily in smaller laundry spaces or nicely under the countertop in a kitchen. The sleek Fagor design is available in both white and silver, complementing most modern décor aesthetics. The advanced balancing system also runs relatively quietly (similar to a dishwasher), perfect for both you and your neighbours!

Your apartment/condo does not have venting capacity

If your apartment or condo unit was not originally designed to accommodate laundry, chances are you will not have the appropriate venting capacity for a stand-alone clothes dryer. The Fagor combo unit features a ventless condensation dryer. It does, however, require a 220 volt plug (a standard 110 outlet can be changed out easily by a licensed electrician) and a water source.

You live alone or with one other person

If you have a large family or do many loads of laundry, this will probably not work for you. For a single person or a couple, the 13lb washing and 9lb drying capacity is satisfactory. The only downfall – the drying capacity is slightly less than the washing capacity.

You want to save on energy costs and/or reduce your ecological footprint

The smaller capacity and front load design reduces water consumption significantly. If you regularly hang your clothes to dry and only require the occasional use of a dryer (in colder weather, for example), the combo unit is ideal.


Other features include a 180 degree door opening, stainless steel drum, electronic LCD screen, anti-overflow safety, progress indicator and a 24 hour start delay.  Retailing at approximately $1400 CAD, the Fagor 3612X is not an inexpensive laundry choice but for many, it may well be worth the weekly trip to the laundry mat.


Shannon is an urban soul living (and loving) a small-town, country life. Short term goals include always keeping her wine glass, and outlook on life, half-full. Long term goal…taking her three boys on a 6 month south Pacific adventure. We’ll keep you updated.

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