There were two ways to win an exclusive Smeg Racing VIP experience at the Home Shows. This VIP experience includes a VIP trackside experience for two and a hot lap with Simon Evans at Pukekohe Park Raceway for Round 3 of the V8 SuperTourers!
Simon Evans was robbed of a probably victory at the BNT V8 SuperTourers over Anzac weekend when he was hit by Ant Pederson, took third place in the final race but managed to finish second in the championship! Well done Simon.
When shopping for kitchen appliances, it can often feel as if style and functionality are mutually exclusive properties. Yet Smeg’s signature mix of innovative technology and striking aesthetics means you needn’t compromise when outfitting your kitchen.
Smeg has a great competition for the kids at the Ellerslie Flower Show in Christchurch. Colour and win with Smeg for children 6 and under, and 7 plus, with great Resene prizes for the first- and second-place winners in each age category.
Once in a while, a technological leap takes an appliance to
a game-changing level of efficiency and reliability. The Planetarium spray
system on Smeg’s new dishwashers is a perfect example. A fresh, square look,
reconfigured, roomier interiors, and a new soft-close locking door are just a
few of the stand-apart features on Smeg’s next-generation dishwashers. However,
the most important advance lies at the heart of your dishwasher’s role – it
delivers complete coverage of your dirty dishes.
The Planetary Wash System is an evolution of Smeg’s Orbital
wash arms, delivering an even more efficient action with water sprayed evenly in
a 360° sweep. There are more moving arms, too, covering every part of the
dishwasher. This makes the Planetarium system 60% more efficient than its already
finely tuned predecessor.
Besides improved performance, the advanced dishwashers are
next-generation in terms of their aesthetics, too. The smooth, flat design, a
new handle and removable lid create a professional look and allow for seamless,
slot-in installation. Smeg dishwashers equipped with the new Planetarium system will be
available in NZ from September 2016.