Many new peoducts are going to be presented at IFA 2019 by Miele, that during the exhibition press conference unveiled its first rechargeable handstick vacuum cleaner and other news. Named Triflex, it is equipped by 3-in-1 concept, patents pending, and is characterized by great flexibility. It was graphically presented on stage by the Executive Director and Co-Proprietor, Markus Miele, while Reinhard Zinkann, likewise Executive Director and Co-Proprietor, presented the washing machines and tumble dryers which go about their work faster and in a more environmentally friendly way, are intelligently networked and allow items of laundry to be added almost through to the end of a programme.
Rechargeable vacuum cleaners are characterized by simple and convenient work and are already on a par with traditional canister vacuum cleaners on account of their good suction performance. The first Miele unit in this segment gives pride of place to versatility.
«With the Triflex – explained Markus Miele at the press conference – we are convinced that we have the most versatile rechargeable handstick currently available on the market. A true Miele product, developed and manufactured at our Bielefeld plant.
Important news also arrives from the new Miele laundry-care range, with its new technology and new colours. The new models are characterized by the increased speed: ’49 minutes for standard A-rated wash performance. On the dryers, too, cycle times have been reduced by a total of 20 minutes, thanks to the use of a new, more environmentally friendly FC-free coolant. And Miele has improved the function allowing items to be added to a programme once started. This, technically, has always been possible, but it is now feasible to add individual items via the machine door until shortly before the programme ends. With respect to connectivity, Wash2Dry is a new function where machines communicate with each other via WiFi, allowing the dryer to select the most suitable drying programme on the basis of the wash cycle.
The company also presented the intelligent technology behind the scenes, that makes use of Generation 7000 simpler than ever before. The new CookAssist application for instance helps with cooking a perfect steak. The BaristaAssistant, allowing coffee connoisseurs to create their favourite espresso, will also be on show.