On the 23rd February 2017 Whirlpool South Africa held the launch of the new SupremeCare Washing range in Cape Town. Fashion editors and bloggers who attended the event were in awe of the features. The launch featured the top of the range FSCR 90462 washer that is enabled with ZEN Technology. This technology grants Whirlpool the bragging rights of creating the quietest motor in the market. The motor is connected directly to the drum, resulting in minimal vibrations and little noise.
Whirlpool’s Marketing Manager, Michelle Morrick demonstrated its special drum movement by placing a glass filled with water on-top of the washer and to everyone’s surprise not even a single drop found its way out of the glass.
Whirlpool’s SupremeCare washing machines also take quality care of delicate garments thanks to the Colours 15°C option. Dedicated to different colour choices, Whirlpool’s 6TH SENSE colours programme ensures superior colour conservation and unparalleled fabric protection. Each 6TH SENSE programme optimises washing performance for a specific colour set, regardless of fabric type.
The SupremeCare washing machine has the intelligence capabilities to adapt to your changing needs. With a function called My Programme, you can store up to 9 customised programmes, which you can recall when required. Whirlpool’s 6th SENSE technology is also energy efficient. The washers are fitted with special sensors that measures the size of each load and adjusts resources automatically to generate savings of up to 70 percent on energy, water and time.
The launch allowed guests to see how Whirlpool’s technology can make daily household tasks easier and less worrisome by taking the load from your shoulders and putting it into the 6th SENSE silent moving drum, washing your garments to perfection, quick and easy.
If you would like to add some Zen to your home, you can purchase the quietest motor from your nearest Hirsch’s Homestore or online.
Press release courtesy from Michelle Morrick, Marketing Communications Manager of Whirlpool South Africa.