Siemens iQ500 WK14D541GB Integrated Washer Dryer, 7kg Wash/4kg Dry Load, B Energy Rating, 1400rpm Spin





The Siemens WK14D540GB iQ500 Integrated Washer Dryer combines the latest in washing and drying innovations to ensure you get the best laundry results. Designed to fully integrate with your existing carpentry, this washer dryer will provide a clean aesthetic in your kitchen or laundry room. Great design With the WK14D540GB , you can wash and dry up to 4kg of laundry in a single operation: that is the equivalent of 7 pairs of trousers or 18 shirts. When it is done, simply remove the clean, cupboard-dry laundry Рnothing could be easier or more convenient. The motor in this machine features iQ drive technology, which boasts an unconventional brushless Рand therefore wear-free Рmotor. This provides you with the fastest, quietest and most durable motor when washing. Drying features The super-efficient 1400rpm spin speed ensures that a lot of moisture is removed from clothes before drying. Not that the dryer needs any help! The clever 3-D sensor system ensures that the drum always contains the optimum amount of water, depending on the load size and type of fabric Рfor example, cotton or synthetics. Intuitive operation The large display provides maximum convenience and flexibility during washing, showing all relevant programme information at a glance such as programme sequence, temperature and speed and providing helpful additional functions such as 24-hour end-time delay and much more. Special washing programmes and options: Mixed load Rinsing/Spinning Drain/Spin Wool Delicate/silk Other features: Aquatronic wash system AutoLoad Foam detection system Child lock End of cycle buzzer  

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