||July 17, 2006|
Blomberg Dishwasher Gets Ahead of Its International Competitors in Performance and Quality
Blomberg, a brand owned by Arçelik A.Ş., has achieved to receive one of the highest grades in the assessment made by the famous German Consumer Magazine Stiftung Warentest based on the products of the 8 leading dishwasher producers in respect to consumption, performance and quality. Blomberg has been selected as the most multipurpose dishwasher in the test thanks to its nine washing programs.
The German brand Blomberg that was acquired by Arçelik A.Ş. in 2002 has become one of the most recommended brands based on the tests conducted among products of 8 international white goods brands by Stiftung Warentest, the leading consumer magazine of Germany. The technological features of Blomberg GIN 1580 XB, which was chosen as the most multipurpose dishwasher in the test such as being silent, and consuming very low amount of energy in its economic program have been decisive.
At the end of the assessments and analyses of tests made by Stiftung Warentest in respect to “cleaning and drying”, “environmental characteristics”, “safety”, “ease of use” and “equipment/technical specifications” on products of the premium brands such as Blomberg, Bosch, Miele, Gorenje, Juno-Electrolux, Quelle/Privileg, Bauknecht and Ariston, Blomberg dishwasher has been chosen as the most recommended brand for its quality it provides to its consumers.
Along with handling the Blomberg branded dishwasher in the “Our Recommendation” column, the magazine has also particularly mentioned the product’s Mini 30’ Program. While drawing attention to the fact that almost all of the dishwashers are confusing consumers through numerous programs and temperature options, Stiftung Warentest emphasized the solution which is offered by Mini 30’ Program of the Blomberg dishwasher that is used for slightly soiled dishes, kitchenware and glasses. Mini 30’ Program is a practical solution for the users who wish to make frequent and fast washing with its half-hour program at 35 degrees.
At the end of the tests carried out, in addition to leaving the selection of the most appropriate program to an automatic adjustment, assessment of Stiftung Warentest also considered the following: “A sensor with a smart electronic system successfully shoulders the management; it controls the degree of water pollution several times by checking the turbidity of the water and adjusts the temperature as well as the program temperature automatically. This process is being carried out very successfully particularly by the Blomberg dishwasher.”