Toshiba Haori Fabric Covered Air Conditioners
Toshiba has unveiled its latest innovation which updates the popular split system air conditioner with increased energy efficiency and new fabric covers to suit your home’s décor.
The Japanese brand is calling its creation the Toshiba Haori named after a traditional jacket worn over a kimono.
Toshiba says the wall mounted Haori air conditioner ranks in the top energy class for its heating and cooling, which has very low power consumption and is suitable for use in all conditions.
The fabric covers are designed for easy removal to be cleaned and switched between the available colours. The fabric itself appears more modern than a kimono jacket as it closely resembles the fabric covers found on Bluetooth speakers and smart speakers.
There’s currently no word on a release date for the new Toshiba air conditioning, but we are privy to many of its features.
Toshiba Haori will feature air purifying capabilities that capture up to 94 per cent of atmospheric pollution with a diameter of less than 2.5 micrometres. The unit’s plasma ioniser captures and neutralises these contaminated particles.
The rotary compressor is designed to minimise fluctuations to ensure a constant temperature while providing ultra quiet operation. Toshiba’s inverter technology allows the air conditioner to regulate heating and cooling at all times by adjusting the compressor speed to demand.
Operation is handled via a very modern-looking remote control or smartphone and voice controls when using Google Assistant or Amazon Alexa. Beyond its smart features, the air conditioner is backed by a leading seven year warranty.
The new Toshiba air conditioning will be available at all related points of sale and launch with Haori fabric covers in six colours: Bluish grey, Dark grey, Light grey, Grey beige, Dark Brown and Emerald Blue. Although there’s potential for this to change, as Toshiba says more fabric colours and high-tech features are yet to be revealed.
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