Samsung Ecobubble WW9000 review (WW10H9600EW )
Samsung WW9000 phone control
One of the most exciting things about the WW9000 is that it's the first washing machine we've seen that can be controlled by your smartphone. To get this feature to work you first of all have to connect the washing machine to your home wireless network. It will connect to any 2.4GHz network and supports all of the common security protocols. Joining a network is fairly straightforward using the control panel, which will list all networks within range, before getting you to enter your password.
Once you've got your washing machine online (a Wi-Fi icon appears on the screen to let you know it's all working), you can remote control it via the Samsung Smart Home app, which is available for Android phones and, later in the year, iPhone smartphones, running iOS 7 (we recommend iOS 7.1). If you're on the same network as your washing machine, you can simply just remote control it. The app lets you set the wash type, start and pause the machine and view how much time is left on a wash. It's this latter feature that's particularly useful, as you don't have to get up to find out how long's left before your washing is finished.
If you want to control your washing machine from outside of your home, you have to register your washing machine to your free Samsung account, which you'll be prompted to create if you don't have one. Outside of the home, you can do all of the same things that you can from inside. This is pretty clever, as it means that you can just throw your clothes into the machine before, say, you head out to work, without worrying about detergent. Then, when you're about to leave you can turn your machine on, so you that you arrive to freshly-clean clothes that haven't been sat in the machine for ages; it's a better system than using a delay timer, where you still have to guess roughtly when you'll be home. To see the app in action, you can view the Samsung video below.
Samsung WW9000 capacity
As well as being one of the most technically advanced washing machines we've seen, it ranks top for capacity, with a massive 10kg drum. This means that there's plenty of room, not matter how big a load of washing you want to do. This kind of capacity can also be useful if you want to wash larger items, such as duvets and blankets. As always, this kind of machine tends to work out best if you try and use it to full capacity, so anyone doing more regular, but smaller loads, may want to look for a slightly smaller machine.
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