Jazuz, shut up the lot of yez. Your giving us geeks a bad name ;-D
On Thu, 2002-02-14 at 01:32, Michael Armbrecht wrote:
> On Monday 11 February 2002 18:05, Joe Desbonnet had no problem writing:
> > I know this is a little (ok .. lightyears) off topic, but might make some
> > interesting discussion.
> > I've spec'ed lots of interesting things in the past, from servers to laser
> > parts, but I'm having great difficulty with two home appliances: Fidges and
> > Washing machines.
> > The only feature that seems to differenciate washing machines is their
> > price and the coolness of their consoles. I've found one with a really
> > flashy console (electroluminescent display with lots of buttons:
> > http://www.galway.net/tmp/washingmachine.jpg ) But what else should I look
> > out for? Auto-iron does not seem to feature on any of the models I've
> > looked at :(
>> The _ONLY_ interesting feature in washing machines is the amount of revs
> they are doing when spinning fast. 5800 should be a criterium here. Remeber:
> The faster it spins, the dryer your clothes are when they come out... :-)
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