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Published on September 4th, 2020 | by The GC Team

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IFA 2020: Miele’s new built-in cooling ensures longer-lasting freshness with active humidification

Miele’s new Generation K 7000 refrigeration appliances incorporate PerfectFresh Active technology for superior food storage conditions and set new standards in user convenience and lighting.

These appliances are packed with features but what struck GC in particular were the brand’s PerfectFresh Pro system, which ensures food stays fresh for up to five times longer than it would in a conventional vegetable compartment, and the FlexiLight 2.0 ambient lighting technology.

PerfectFresh Active provides long-lasting freshness in a visible way by spraying a fine mist onto the contents of the crisper drawer, preserving the quality of the food and its vitamins.

The mist is sprayed from the water container above into the drawer every 90 minutes and every time the door is opened. The water container has a capacity of just 120ml as only a small amount of water needed and requires refilling every two to three months.

Another standout feature of the new Miele K 7000 refrigeration models is their effective atmospheric lighting. The FlexiLight 2.0 ambient lighting technology illuminates the entire interior of the appliance. If a glass shelf is moved to a different position, the lighting automatically shifts with it.

With the exception of entry-level models, WiFi networking (WiFiConn@ct) will be available for all appliances. This will include the option of sending service notifications to the user’s smartphone or tablet if, for example, the appliance door has been left open.

The new Generation K 7000 refrigerators and fridge/freezer combinations will be launched in Europe from June 2021.

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