New additions to Mieleâ€™s K9000 range affirm their place as the integrated refrigeration specialist in Australia.
August 17th, 2009
Miele has expanded their K9000 range of refrigerators to include five new integrated models. Designed for a fitted kitchen cabinet, the new models will perfectly complement existing kitchen appliances and designs.
As built-in units it’s what’s on the inside that really counts and Miele has developed a range of features to ensure your refrigerator makes life that little bit easier.
Ergonomics and convenience are a focus of the K9000 design and the design of the new models allows users to maximise storage space based on individual preferences. ’¨’¨Also standard on each unit is a SoftClose anti-slam system that ensures the door closes smoothly and automatically from an angle of 30o and that the door is never left open unintentionally.
Break-proof glass, wide stainless-steel trim and the striking use of multiple LED spots inside each unit create a distinctive and sophisticated appearance, and the smooth finish makes cleaning easier than ever. ’¨’¨The use of LEDs has the advantage of making the lighting maintenance free and they will not require replacing during the machine’s life cycle.
Further features such as DynamicCooling, PerfectFresh, NoFrost and SuperFreeze leave no doubts that the new additions to Miele’s K9000 range will easily find their way into the hearts of kitchens Australia-wide.
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