You'll save on most elements of your laundry tasks with the Hoover DXOC68AC3 Washing Machine
This appliance contains programmes that allow for loads to be mixed and has built-in sensors
that save time, resources and money.
The mixed cycle
is complemented by three All In One options
, which calls upon a jet that sprays the water and detergent at high pressure.
The spin actions, which can go up to 1600rpm
, help the mixture to penetrate deep into fibres for quick removal of dirt and odours.
The All In One 20 degree wash
is low on consumption, while the All In One 59 minute programme
cuts down on the running time.
The All Baby cycle, at 60 degrees
, raises the temperature. The All In One choices can handle mixed cottons, synthetics and mixed fabrics at once.
These are accessed through the control dial
, which includes three rapid washes
that just 14, 30 and 44 minutes to complete respectively.
The sensor-controlled KG mode
is found on the digital display, which weigh the contents and adjust the water and electricity used where possible.
It's one of many options that can be initiated, at the push of a button, such as three stain removal choices
can provide intensive, normal or delicate actions.
Extra rinse, hygiene plus and easy iron processes
can also be put into action, along with a delay start button
that goes up to 24 hours.
The energy efficiency rating
of this machine is an impressive A+++ minus 20 per cent
, the subtracted figure the total which it's more economical than A+++ only alternatives.
The estimated annual consumption
is 196 kWh, with noise levels
of 61 decibels when washing and 79 decibels for spinning.
Further benefits of the Hoover DXOC68AC3 Washing Machine
- Change the temperature and spin speed or press them both for a lock.
- One Touch connectivity pairs this machine to a smartphone or tablet.
- The drum, with its 8kg capacity, can fit a queen or light king size duvet.
- Frictionless magnets will move the long-lasting digital inverter motor.
- Register for Hoover's warranty of 10 years on parts (one-year labour).