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Global giant’s cost-effective appliances now available in New Zealand

To fit-out a multi-unit development, or any project, it makes sense to choose advanced appliance ranges from global importer and distributor Midea

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Clever and good looking – a bank of Midea wall ovens reflect clean-lined good looks, ideal to complement any kitchen environment.

Whether specifying for a multi-unit developmentor your own kitchen, choosing the right appliances is key in terms of both aesthetics and functionality.

Midea brings advanced time- and labour-saving appliances to over 100 nations. Now the global giant’s cost-effective appliances are available here.

Appliances seen here include the Midea range of built-in wall ovens. There are five-, nine-, and ten-function models – all with sleek black glass styling. Options include a classic-look manual oven with easy-to-use control knobs and another with a handy digital display and pre-programmed settings. Then there’s the pyrolytic model, that simply burns off cooking grime – no messy cleaning required.

Midea’s frameless microwave, also black and minimalist, works well with the Midea wall ovens. As well as fulfilling its main role, this understated, built-in microwave also includes a grill.

Equally elegant in black stainless steel is the large-capacity Midea dishwasher. Its eco-friendly smart management system reduces water use by 20% while InnoWash technology reduces cycle time by 5%.

Midea also offers fridges, washers, dryers, hobs, extractors, air con units and small appliances.

For more, go to: www.mideaappliances.co.nz


Story by: Trendsideas

31 May, 2018

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