Samsung Washing Machine Gets Bubbly

Written by Mendelson Tiu     06/10/2010 | 23:19 | Category: CLEANING

Samsung has revealed a front load washing machine that claims to wash clothes with bubbles.

Samsung Washing Machine Gets Bubbly



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The company said that its Bubble Wash washing machines are able to mix detergent and water with air to 'create a powerful bubble cushion.' This means that the washing machine is able to wash delicate items as well as difficult to maintain outdoor clothing.

The Bubble Wash technology is available via the Bubble function on the two variants of the washing machines and is turned on as a default setting. It can be used on all wash cycles and can be manually switched off if not required.

Other features include Samsung's Diamond Drum design, a 20 percent larger door, a 15-minute quick timed wash, a ceramic anti-limescale heater, LED display, and a full water safety system.

Samsung Electronics Australia's Group Senior Product Manager for White Goods, Mike Lilly said, "The introduction of our new Samsung Bubble Wash technology provides us with a genuine point of difference in a competitive laundry market. The unique technology in this range of washing machines offers a smart investment for consumers by not only protecting their investment in clothes from potential damage, but by also saving them money through being able to achieve similar results by washing clothing in a cold wash as compared to a warm wash."  

Samsung is also offering a 30 day money back guarantee for users who want to try out this new washing machine.

"If consumers do not love their Bubble Wash washing machine, they have up to 30 days from the date of purchase to let Samsung know. The cost of the machine will be refunded and Samsung will organise to have it removed from the consumer's home," said the company.

The promotion is valid from the 1st October 2010 to the 31st December 2010.

The Samsung Bubble Wash washing machine is available now for $1,199 (7.5KG variant - WF0754W7V) and $1,599 (8.5KG variant - WF0854W8E).

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