16th January 2023
10kg washing machines have become increasingly popular, as people try to reduce the amount of time they spend doing laundry and other household chores. So what are the important features of a 10kg washing machine?
1. The capacity
One of the most attractive features of a 10kg machine is the amount of laundry it can wash at one time. As suggested in the name, a 10kg machine can hold 10kg of washing. This equates to as many as 55 items. The extra capacity in a 10kg machine means you can empty the entire laundry basket at once and reduce the number of washes you need to do a week. This can also reduce your energy bills.
2. Automatic recognition of smaller loads
You may not always fill your machine and might sometimes do smaller loads of laundry. Your 10kg washing machine should have precision 360 sensor technology that considers the weight of each load of laundry and then automatically calculates the precise amount of water and energy that is required. This helps to save water and energy and keep your household bills from rising.
3. A wide door opening
This makes loading and unloading easier. If you have a door that doesn’t open wide enough, you will have to load the washing machine in multiple stages, which can be both inconvenient and time-consuming.
4. An efficient pump and drain
As you will have more clothes in your machine and a longer wash time, ensuring that the water is draining efficiently, and dirty water isn’t staying in the machine keeps your clothes clean and fresh.
5. High-quality bearings
A machine with high-quality steel bearings is likely to offer better support to your machine and require fewer repairs. This can increase the lifespan of your washing machine.
All of these features are present in the Ebac 10kg washing machine.
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