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The Warehouse to Launch Aspira Laundry Appliances

The Warehouse to Launch Aspira Laundry Appliances

Aspira and The Warehouse join forces to offer Kiwis quality appliances at affordable prices.


An exclusive partnership with The Warehouse is set to bring Aspira’s latest washing machines within easy reach of the everyday household, adding yet another new brand to the Red Sheds.

Two new models of Aspira washing machines are now available at The Warehouse with a third to be introduced in July. All models feature specially designed components and technology that lessen the time and money spent on household laundry, a luxury only seen in higher priced appliances.

The 5.5kg and 6.5kg Top Loaders have 10 water level options which mean you can set the amount of water you want to use easily with an electronic control. The larger 7kg Front Loader will be available in July and handles much larger loads while maintaining energy efficiency demanded by large households mindful of their power and water use.

“On top of efficiency, Aspira washing machines allow households to tailor their washing cycles to suit their lifestyles,” says Aspira Area Manager, Aaron Hooson.

“All machines offer a variety of features that are easily programmed to suit individual needs.”

Saving on water, energy, time and money, the Front Loader’s high spin speed means less drying time and its electronic control with LED display makes it easy to use. Both Top Loader models feature adjustable wash spin and rinse times.



“It’s clear that Aspira models are engineered to the highest quality yet with the everyday consumer in mind,” The Warehouse CEO, Mark Powell says. 

“The Warehouse prides itself on making top brands affordable, and Aspira has provided us with the opportunity to further build this.  Our shared focus on meeting and exceeding our customers’ needs while providing value for money is the backbone for this collaboration.”

He added that the introduction of Aspira at The Warehouse followed recent announcements of other international brands such as Sony, Kambrook, Acer and Hoover.

All Aspira washing machines come with a two year warranty and a dedicated New Zealand based customer service team, who is on hand Monday to Sunday from 9am-7pm.

A wider range of Aspira appliances is set to be available at The Warehouse in coming months.

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