There are few certainties in life. One of them is that laundry gets dirty. And that dirty laundry will have to be washed. Sad but true.
But we can help you keep things simple. Starting with this guide, in which we’ll lay out the key factors you should consider, when purchasing a new washing machine.
Ready? Let’s get to it!
Space and time have one thing in common: there never seems to be enough of either.
Before purchasing your tumble dryer, make sure you’ve sized up the space you have available.
Oh, and don’t forget to measure the width of the doors in your house! You wouldn’t want to receive your shiny new appliance, only to discover it can’t get through the front door!
There are two basic types of washing machine: top-load and front-load. When making your decision, think about how and where you’ll be using your appliance.
Limited space? Perhaps a top-loader would help save a few precious square inches in a cramped area.
Or you might want to purchase a dryer too, and stack the two appliances: in this case a front-loader would be your best option.
You can also raise front-loaders with supports and pedestals, to minimise kneeling and bending over.
Front-load washing machines provide excellent washing results and are resource efficient, consuming little water.
As the name suggests, they open on the front of the appliance.
Top-loaders, which open from the top, provide short wash cycles, and their design ensures reduced vibration during cycles.
…OK, perhaps not literally (although actually weighing it would be useful). But do carefully consider the average amount of laundry you and your family produce: it will determine the drum capacity of your new appliance, and this is one of the key pieces of info you need to take into account before making your purchase.
Remember: an appliance’s drum capacity always refers to dry laundry, not wet. So, if the appliance you’re interested in has a 7kg drum capacity, that means it can accommodate the equivalent of 7kg of dry clothes. Of course, the clothes will weigh a lot more when wet, but don’t worry, the appliance is designed to handle the extra weight.
Indesit washing machines come equipped with a number of additional features, including special cycles, increased energy efficiency, reduced water consumption, etc.
When planning your purchase, take the time to consider which ones you will require.
Here’s a selection of features Indesit washing machines have to offer.
One push, zero hassle.
In a hurry? Setting your washing machine now takes two seconds. Literally.
Indesit’s Innex line of washing machines has stripped the washing process down to the minimum: a single push of a button.
Whether you’re washing cotton, synthetics, or both, just press the Push & Wash button on your Innex washing machine, and you’re all set.
There when you need it.
Messy lunch with the kids? No need to wait for a basket full of soiled items to do the laundry. EcoTime will wash small loads in little time, without wasting water or energy.
Simply pop up to 3kg of laundry in your Indesit washing machine, and let EcoTime do the rest.
No such thing as unbeatable stains
You’ve seen all kinds of stains. Some of them just make you want to pull your hair out. Don’t (you’d regret it).
Here’s a simpler and more effective approach: put those soiled clothes in the washing machine, and select the special Extra Wash cycle.
You’ll get both spotless laundry and a relieved smile. Pretty good, right?