Information on Midea 16KG 8 Programs Top Loading Washing Machine (MAC160N) - White:
|Load Type||Top Loading|
|Drying Capacity (Kg)||No Dryer|
|Washing Method||Soak Wash|
|Display Type||LCD Screen|
|Number of Programs||8|
|Dimensions||850 x 565 x 595 mm|
Why to buy Midea 16KG 8 Programs Top Loading Washing Machine (MAC160N) - White :
Washing Capacity Of 16 kgs
This Midea top loader washer appliance allows you to wash 16 kg of load. You can wash more than 30 shirts in one wash cycle, saving you even more time and energy. You no longer have to wait hours for your daily wash to be ready, with our fast programs for top load you can wash a large load of lightly soiled laundry. Equipped with energy saving features, these consume less power and are worth paying extra for if you wash full loads more than three times a week.
Swirling Of Clothes
The Midea top loader washer has a basket placed in vertical position. At the center of the basket there is one agitator placed on the vertical axis. This agitator is responsible for swirling of clothes in the alternate circular direction. The agitator has ridges on it which are responsible to push clothes to swirl along with the agitator. This alternate movement creates friction which removes dirt from the clothes.
No More Tangles
Highly efficient, Midea top loader washer is one of the best appliances you may have at home. You can add more clothes midway through the wash cycle. You may also enjoy a shorter wash cycle. Provides gentle and perfect care for your fabrics without compromising washing performance. It generates a dynamic, multi-directional washing flow, which in turn, prevents tangles.
Save Time And Energy
Save your time and get energy with the Midea top loader washer which is equipped with the best technologies out there to give nothing but perfectly cleaned clothes. This design places the clothes in a vertically mounted perforated basket that is contained within a water-retaining tub, with a finned water-pumping agitator in the center of the bottom of the basket. Clothes are loaded through the top of the machine, which is usually but not always covered with a hinged door.