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Published on May 19th, 2021 | by The GC Team


Integrated approach for Indesit Push&Go laundry models

Indesit’s new integrated Push&Go washing machines and washer dryers benefit from the brand’s water balanced technology, which uses just the right amount of water needed for each load to reduce the waste of essential resources.

The C-rated 9 kg washing machine (BI WMIL 91484 UK) features 14 programmes including Push&Go and the specific 30°C Zone cycles. Push&Go is a timesaving one-button system for a dedicated 45-minute cycle at 30°C, while the 30°C Zone is a set of everyday programmes including Cotton, Delicates and Synthetics that offer the performance of a 40°C cycle.

The integrated washer dryer (BI WDIL 861284 UK) benefits from an 8kg wash/6kg dry capacity and the convenience of Push&Go. A variety of drying options include Iron, which softens creases in garments for easier ironing, and Dry only.

“Our new large capacity integrated washing machines and washer dryers with Push&Go technology offer consumers a variety of cycles and features to meet their laundry needs, while being able to conceal their washing machine, or washer dryer, behind a cabinet door,” commented Charmaine Warner, Indesit Brand Manager.  

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