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LG Expand 2019 QuadWash Dishwasher Range

LG Australia has announced three new models to its 2019 QuadWash Dishwasher range, featuring TrueSteam technology for a more powerful clean.

The QuadWash range is named for its bottom spray arm mechanism with four blades, rotating clockwise and anticlockwise to maximise cleaning capabilities.

Two of the four blades also feature an oscillating nozzle that delivers jets of water for a thorough clean.

Platinum Stainless

For those that worry about noise, the updated models’ Inverter Direct Drive Motor offers less moving parts for quieter performance.

The range promises 38-minute “Express” and 59-minute “Turbo” cycles and is integrated with LG SmartThinQ to receive notifications, download new wash cycles and more via the SmartThinQ app on a compatible smartphone.

In 2018, CHOICE bestowed its “recommended” rating on models within the existing QuadWash range.

LG’s confidence in the performance of this appliance is reflected in the 10-year parts warranty that comes with every device.

Black Stainless

“With their minimalist exterior designs, touch controls and sophisticated colour options LG dishwashers deliver understated elegance and a touch of class to any kitchen,” says Brad Reed, Senior Marketing Manager, Home Appliances, LG Electronics Australia.

“The dishwasher category continues to deliver strong growth for LG in sales revenue over 2018 and this expansion in our QuadWash Dishwasher range comes at a great time as many Australian consumers look at options to not only update but to also colour coordinate, their kitchen appliances with functional and innovative technology.”

LG QuadWash Dishwashers with TrueSteam are available now in Matte Black, Black Stainless, and Platinum Steel from RRP$1,099 at selected Australian retailers including JB Hi-Fi and The Good Guys. See more in the table below:

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