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Goldair Goes Platinum

PRESS RELEASE MAY 2014

Goldair Goes Platinum

Goldair, the leading name inside Kiwi homes for over thirty years, launches a new range of top tier heating products just in time for winter.

“We want to encourage consumers to embrace every season - even the often-maligned winter months - and with our new premium range they’ll be able keep dry, warm and cosy during the cold months ahead, with minimum outlay and maximum style,” says Chris Heal from Goldair. “And because we're based in New Zealand, all our products are made to suit local conditions.”

Every product in the platinum range is designed to complement a modern home décor using minimalistic and clean design lines, while continuing the functionality and performance the Goldair brand has built its reputation on.

The Range

dehumidifiers, which reduce the level of humidity from the air .They’re idealfor any kind of room and are portable. Goldair platinum dehumidifiers all come with a three-year warranty and can reduce damp to make your home safe from mould spores, while keeping the air fresh.
Goldair Platinum Dehumidifiers RRP $449.99 (12L) or $699.99 (20L)

oil column heaters, which warm the air by metal fins with hot oil circulating throughout them. They’re ideal for any kind of room and are portable and quiet. Goldair platinum 11, 9 and 7 oil column heaters all come with a three-year warranty and electronic thermostats.
Goldair Platinum Oil Column Heaters RRP $199.99 (7), $229.99 (9), $249.99 (11)

convector heaters are designed for background warmth using natural convection to distribute the heat around the room. Our platinum convector heater is available in white or black with three heat settings, a 24-hr timer, adjustable thermostat and a three-year warranty.
Goldair Platinum Convector Heater in black and white RRP $149.99

radiant heaters have glowing electric elements with reflectors to radiate heat directly onto you. They can heat up a small area, as well as providing some convection heat. The platinum radiant heater includes four heat settings, adjustable thermostat, integrated carry handles and a three-year warranty.
Goldair Platinum Radiant Heater RRP $249.99

ceramic tower heaters generate heat by passing electricity through heating wires embedded in ceramic plates and are best for heating smaller spaces. The platinum ceramic tower heater is loaded with features, including an LED display, remote control, electronic thermostat and a three-year warranty.
Goldair Platinum Ceramic Tower Heater RRP $199.99

fan heaters are ideal under a desk to provide a blast of warm air directly onto your body and are cost effective. The platinum upright fan heater has two heat settings with an adjustable thermostat and a three-year warranty.
Goldair Platinum Upright Fan Heater RRP $89.99

micathermic heaters are energy efficient combining reflective/radiant heat with natural convection currents ensuring evenly distributed heat throughout the room. They’re great for medium to large rooms and are quick and quiet. The platinum micatheric heater reaches its maximum temperature within one minute, providing a comfortable heat, silently.
Goldair Platinum Micathermic Heater RRP $299.99

“Remember the ‘heater metre rule’ to keep all clothing, objects, curtains, furnishings and furniture at least one metre away from heaters and fireplaces.” advises Heal.

The brand new platinum range of heaters and dehumidifiers are in store now.

For stockists, availability, more information and product listings, check out www.goldair.co.nz

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