Finding ways to save money is a crucial pursuit for many South Africans, who have to juggle numerous expenses in a tight economy. Keeping water and energy bills low is one way to ensure there is more disposable income to go around. And it goes a long way to help the environment as well. That’s why Samsung’s AddWash Front-Loader Washers make so much sense.
With conservation in mind, Samsung considered the frustrating scenario of getting a load up and running and then discovering a few items of clothing that didn’t make it into the machine. Instead of having to wash a second load, Samsung has eliminated this water and energy sapping process with its innovative AddWash functionality, which lets you simply and quickly add forgotten clothes and items after a cycle has already started.
In order to further save on bills, Samsung’s AddWash Front-Loader Washers feature a Digital Inverter Motor, which delivers superior energy efficiency, minimal noise and long-lasting performance. The Digital Inverter Motor uses strong magnets for a quieter and more powerful performance while consuming less energy than a conventional Universal Motor.
Tracy Gordon, Head of Product Marketing – Samsung Digital Appliances, says, “Samsung’s E-Cotton programmes are the most efficient cycles when it comes to water and energy conservation. Consumers can do a full or half load at optimal performance with lower energy and water consumption for cotton fabrics, bed and table linen, underwear, towels or shirts.”
Gordon adds that, “To assist in keeping the bills down, Samsung’s Eco Bubble technology delivers powerful cleaning, even at low temperatures. Detergent is turned into bubbles, so it quickly penetrates fabric and removes dirt easily, while protecting the fabric and saving energy.”
Doing laundry is also made easier with Samsung’s innovative smart features. Smart Control allows for remote control and monitoring of washing using a smartphone App. From anywhere inside or outside the house, users can instantly start or pause a load of washing and monitor cycle selections, check remaining time and receive finishing alerts, leaving more time for themselves as well as more money in the bank.
“Samsung’s AddWash Front-Loader Washers allow for up to 12kg of laundry to be washed in a single load and while reducing water usage is key, Samsung has also placed a major focus on energy efficiency. This means that washing in a Samsung 9kg or 12kg AddWash model – dependent on the load – can be completed in just 59 minutes. This saves you time and electricity, as well as one of life’s most valuable resources – water,” concludes Gordon.
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