Miele refrigerators and appliances
Thoroughly modern Miele
Miele traces its origins to 1899, when the engineer Carl Miele and the businessman Reinhard Zinkmann founded a company for the manufacture of cream separators in Herzebrock. Their guiding principle became the business philosophy: “Immer besser” – to become “better and better”. This maxim has been the basis of their success, from the emergence of Miele’s first electric washing machines in the early part of the 20th century, to its first vacuum cleaner in the 1930s and the streamlined evolution of affordable and efficient home appliances throughout the ensuing decades. Today, Miele remains at the cutting-edge of the appliance industry, producing the finest examples of modern technology: including induction cookers, combi-steam ovens and highly efficient washing appliances.
The Miele difference
For over 100 years it has been a proven adage that you can trust Miele and rely on their appliances. As one of the few manufacturers to test products such as their washing machines, tumble dryers, dishwashers and ovens to the equivalent of 20 years’ use, the durability and dependability of their appliances inspires considerable loyalty in their customers. While durable, these products are also attuned to the lifestyles of their customers, providing the intuitive and flexible solutions that ensure long-lasting satisfaction. Whether it’s the steam infusion that offers a delicious finishing touch to your oven baking, the versatile precision of their cooktops or the flexible racking arrangements within their washing machines, Miele appliances provide inspiration and functionality.
Miele stands for excellent results combined with the lowest possible energy consumption. This applies to the hygienic and gentle care of your laundry, your flooring and your crockery as well as conjuring up exquisite culinary delights. The key to this is a wealth of innovative features available only from Miele, ranging from sensor technology that can measure and optimise energy and water usage – to remarkable user interfaces available on Miele’s cookers, which provide an incredible range of automatic programmes and the ability to guide you through every step to culinary perfection.
Miele KF 1903 Vi MasterCool Bottom Mount Fridge/Freezer. While this unit has quite an impressive name, it does try to back its title up with an impressive list of features. With almost 18 cubic feet of storage space, the Miele Refrigerator is only slightly smaller than it’s main competitor, the Sub-Zero.
This refrigerator boasts a control panel straight out of Star Trek, with beautifully illuminated and easy to read capacitive touch controls. The unit itself has several easy-to-use features. The MasterFresh system ensures that your items are always at an ideal temperature, so your food keeps fresh as long as it can. Separate temperature controls for each bin allow you to adjust the temperature in each compartment as needed, to suit whatever type of food is being stored at that time.
The freezer comes with SuperFreeze technology, which allows the freezer to drop to –18 degrees Celsius and below to ‘flash freeze’ items when needed. This is a great option for freezing large quantities of fresh or perishable foods, such as leafy greens or meats, that require fast freezing while fresh to stay prevent spoiling.
The refrigerator’s SuperCool feature is very similar and lowers the temperature of the fridge to the lowest level for six hours to allow the contents of the fridge to reach optimal storage temperature quicker and more efficiently. Perfect for when you’ve just filled the refrigerator after a long grocery store run. After six hours, the fridge automatically adjusts its internal temperature and the fridge will return to its normal temperature settings.
This unit also comes with a door and temperature alarm, which alerts users when the doors have been left open for too long or when the internal temperature is not longer ideal for optimal freshness and food longevity.