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Samsung vs. LG Convection Gas Ranges (Reviews/Ratings/Prices)

by Todd Rourke

LG and Samsung are the fastest growing appliance companies in the US. Both companies have been on the forefront of technology and innovation for the last 10 years.

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Topics: Gas Cooking, Samsung, LG Electronics

Samsung Family Hub vs. LG InstaView Refrigerators (Reviews / Ratings)

by Brittany Jatkola

You probably remember when refrigerators were purchased just to keep your food cold. Over the last few years, that has changed with Samsung and LG being the main drivers of technology in residential appliances. It makes sense because both are first technology companies.

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Topics: Refrigerators, Samsung, LG Electronics

LG vs. Samsung Dishwashers (Reviews/Ratings/Prices)

by Mason Nguyen

If you have not bought a dishwasher in the last 5 years, LG and Samsung will be new considerations. Both brands are based in Korea and are very innovative products. Oddly enough, the reason to choose either has very little to do with washing dishes.

In this article, we will look at both companies, their products and then compare at the end so you can decide which dishwasher would be right for you.

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Topics: Dishwashers, Samsung, LG Electronics

Speed Queen vs. LG Front Load Washers (Reviews/ratings/Prices)

by Tam Nguyen

LG versus Speed Queen is a comparison between how products are now made and how they were once made.

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Topics: Front Load Washers, LG Electronics, Speed Queen

Samsung vs. LG Front Control Gas Ranges (Reviews/Ratings/Prices)

by Jessica Petrino

Samsung and LG are two South Korean companies that dominate the household electronics industry. Both companies manufacture household appliances as well and are probably best known for their large capacity laundry and refrigeration.

Both brands tend to lead the way in the affordable luxury market when it comes to incorporating technological innovation. Let’s take a look at what each brand has to offer.

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Topics: Ranges, Samsung, LG Electronics

The Best Compact Laundry for 2016 (Reviews/Ratings/Prices)

by Paul Groux

Compact Laundry is a great alternative here in the city, or anywhere there’s a tight space.

Typically these units are 24 inches wide by about 24 inches deep, so they could fit in a kitchen cabinet.

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Topics: Miele, Blomberg, Bosch, Compact Laundry, LG Electronics

Frigidaire Pro vs. LG Front Control Gas Ranges (Reviews/ratings/Prices)

by Stan Pendrak

I love front control ranges. Let me explain why.

There are basically two types of slide-in ranges. First, is a traditional slide-in, which is installed on top of the countertop, shows no seams (has an overlap) and most importantly is very easy to clean.

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Topics: Frigidaire, LG Electronics, Front Control Ranges

New Electrolux vs. LG Laundry (Reviews/Ratings/Prices)

by Todd Rourke

Electrolux and LG have been manufacturing front load laundry in the U.S. market for about 15 years. However, they both have debuted new products and have approached laundry from two very different perspectives.

Electrolux has improved their washer by adding a third pump and a brand new control interface. LG has a bold new concept called the Sidekick or a second washer in the pedestal.

LG Laundry with Sidekick 

Which one is right for you? We will look at both companies, the products, and then compare.

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Topics: Electrolux, Laundry, LG Electronics

The New LG Sidekick Pedestal Washer (Reviews/Ratings/Prices)

by Amy Ross

If you like the modern styling, LG was the first to design it. Every other brand has copied it.

Now LG has designed a pedestal washer to fit under their washer. Now you can have two washers for washing different fabrics at the same time. (You've seen the TV commercials with the clothes fighting each other).

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Topics: New Products, Laundry, LG Electronics

Samsung vs. LG 4 Door French Door Refrigerators (Review/Ratings/Prices)

by John Ramsay V

There was a time 20 years ago when side by side refrigerators were considered the premium refrigerator. Then about 10 years ago, French doors became popular because it offered more refrigeration space and a newer, cooler look. The French door refrigerator is now the standard for the higher end refrigerator.

Or was. Now you can buy 4 and 5 door refrigerators with a dizzying array of options like sparkling water, convertible drawers and new finishes.

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Topics: Refrigerators, Samsung, LG Electronics

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