3 energy-saving appliances/gadgets you may need for your home

posted October 28, 2021 at 12:05 am
by  Rommel Bong R. Fuertes Jr.
During these times when we’re urged to stay indoors to help curb the spread of COVID-19, we have to find appliances and gadgets that will help us get through our daily tasks with ease.

3 energy-saving appliances/gadgets you may need for your home

Times are changing and we need new tools that are not also energy-saving, but also innovative.

Enter the emergence of smart appliances in the open market.

What exactly makes an appliance “smart” from its predecessors? It’s simple—when it involves the use of the internet or when it’s revolutionary in the sense that it does things better than old appliances do.

More importantly, these appliances are big energy savers.

LG’s re-engineered PuriCare™ Wearable Air Purifier

After the success of the first Wearable Air Purifier, LG introduced a slimmer and smarter version to the local market—LG’s re-engineered PuriCare™ Wearable Air Purifier.  

The latest model offers an enhanced all-around performance along with a convenient voice amplification feature and a more comfortable, lightweight design.

The upgraded LG PuriCare™ Wearable Air Purifier with VoiceON™ is equipped with a fully automatic fan airflow control system that increases breathing comfort. It also incorporates two H13 HEPA filters, the same as those found in premium air purifiers for the home, to ensure the air the user breathes is as clean and healthy as possible. Driven by an ultra-small and lightweight motor, the device’s DUAL fans combine with LG’s airflow control technology – which detects the user’s breathing pattern and adjusts airflow accordingly – to help the wearer breathe easier and more naturally. This advanced system also prevents a common problem for those wearing glasses and mask at the same time, keeping their lenses from fogging up when exhaling.

Weighing in at only 94 grams, the latest model is comfortable to wear for longer periods of time and is perfect for everyday use.

Samsung’s 6.5KG Topload Automatic Washing Machine

Washing machines are also something we consider as an energy-saving appliance, but modern innovation comes up with more functional models in production.

The Samsung’s 6.5KG Topload Automatic Washing Machine is a cheap alternative to bigger washing machines in the market.

What makes Samsung’s release a cut above others is its energy-saving feature using the Air Turbo Drying system. It makes drying clothes easier even if the weather isn’t cooperating with laundry day.

Its Wobble technology is also beneficial as it takes care of any fabric you put in. The system minimizes tangles and knots that are usually given by older models washing machines.

Priced at P10,845, it is available on Robinson’s Appliances LazMall page on Lazada.

HarvestFresh refrigerator

To cap off this list of appliances you may need in the long haul is Beko’s new technology that will keep vitamins in your fresh produce longer.

Beko, Europe’s No. 1 Appliance Brand, has launched HarvestFresh, a refrigerator technology that preserves the freshness and vitamins of fruits and vegetables longer, in the Philippine market.

3 energy-saving appliances/gadgets you may need for your home

HarvestFresh uses three colors, green, blue and red, to mimic the 24-hour sun cycle and natural sunlight. This combination simulates the day light cycle–including times of darkness–to recreate a natural living environment for fruits and vegetables. This technology helps maintain vitamin A and vitamin C levels in fruits and vegetables much longer.

Inspired by nature, powered by light, this refrigerator technology preserves vitamins A and C for up to five additional days, as verified and approved by leading Total Quality Assurance provider Intertek Laboratories.  

Topics: COVID-19 , PuriCare™ Wearable Air Purifier , Topload Automatic Washing Machine , HarvestFresh refrigerator
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