The 110v washer dryer combo is not stackable. This means that the machine is manufactured as a single unit that can perform the functions of both a washer and a drier.
A washer dryer combo usually has a low voltage, around 110 volts in comparison to the 220 volts in stackable machines. It is advantageous because it occupies a smaller area. The main difference between a washer dryer combo and a stackable one is that a combo is a single unit, but a stackable is a separate dryer and washer stacked on top of one another.
Washer dryer combos are best suited for small families because they take much longer to dry the clothes due to the lower voltage. Most of these combos also don’t have an outlet vent, so this can be a good way to ascertain that it’s not stackable. These combos are usually environmental friendly and use up less water and power when operating than standard units.
A stackable is more efficient because it separately performs the functions of a washer and drier, taking less time. They also save space because they are placed on top of one another. However, these stackable machines are more expensive compared to individual washer and dryer units.