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Whirlpool launches first connected dishwasher

Forming part of the W Collection

17 May, 19

Appliance brand Whirlpool has launched its first connected dishwasher, the freestanding W Collection SupremeClean (WFF 4033 DLTG).

Whirlpool launches first connected dishwasher

It features a MySmart Display, which is controlled by Whirlpool’s 6th Sense Live technology, and means users can remotely set, start and monitor its progress using an App on a smartphone.

In addition to remote operation, the SupremeClean (WFF 4033 DLTG) offers users the chance to discover wash programmes and options through the Assisted Cycle feature, schedule a wash programme and access tutorials.

Whirlpool 6th Sense technology continuously senses, adapts and controls the appliance to ensure it operates wth minimal resource use.

According to the manufacturer, it means the connected dishwasher can offer savings up to 50% in water, energy and time.

The SupremeClean (WFF 4033 DLTG) dishwasher features PowerClean Pro technology, which reportedly negates the need for soaking, scrubbing or pre-washing dishes.

It also boasts PowerDry, which has been created to eliminate the inconvenience of steam, damp plates and wet plastic items at the end of a cycle.

Featuring a touch control interface, the W Collection dishwasher, features a combination of TFT and LCD displays, to provide detailed status about the programme’s status and performance.

The 14-place dishwasher has been designed to offer 30% additional space, thanks to its design which allows for vertical loading of pots and pans in the lower rack.

It boasts 11 wash programmes, half load options, 24-hour delay start and LED lighting in the cavity.

With an A+++ energy rating, the W Collection dishwasher operates at 43dB.

Read more about the trend for connected appliances.