The company has introduced 829 front-load fully automatic washing machine.
Haier has today announced the launch of new front loading washing machines in India. The company has introduced 829 front load fully automatic washing machine. The new HW70-IM10829TNZP model comes with a price tag of Rs 35,990 in the 7Kg capacity and HW65-10829TNZP model comes with 6.5 Kg and it is priced at Rs 32,990.
The new series of front loading washing machine comes with Muscular Drum that is loaded with 128 muscles technology that ensures better scrubbing of clothes with lesser abrasion. The machines are equipped with Haier’s anti-bacterial technology, which basically kills up to 99.8 percent of germs for a hygiene wash. The washing machines come with up to 1000 rotations per minute along with LED display panel.
Coming to the 7Kg capacity model, it is loaded with invertor motor technology, which is designed to consume less energy while producing minimal noise, abrasion and vibration. The washing machines have Haier’s Near-Zero Pressure technology, which addresses water pressure issues that Indian families face while washing clothes. The feature helps the machine to work efficiently with a low water pressure of 0.001-0.002 MPA. Lastly, the new HW70-IM10829TNZP comes with 3 years comprehensive and 12 years warranty on motor. The HW65-10829TNZP model comes with 2 years comprehensive and 10 years warranty on motor.
Commenting on the launch Eric Braganza, President, Haier India, said: “We at Haier are constantly committed towards meeting the growing demands and changing preferences of our customers. In today’s fast-paced modern lifestyle, consumers want washing solutions that are quick, fuss-free, all in one and convenient. With the introduction of our 829 series, we are offering a luxurious design with highly advanced features to serve the customers with best in class technology and holistic washing experience. For Haier, Indian families remain to be a priority and we’ll continue to deliver the customer-inspired products to enhance the experience of every Indian household.”
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