LG Unveils Latest Self-Service Tankless Water Purifier, Available In Five Shades
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LG Electronics Malaysia has unveiled its latest LG PuriCare Self-Service Tankless Water Purifier | Objet Collection, which focuses on not only advanced purification technology that will benefit LG customers, but also aesthetics to complement and enhance their home decoration.

LG says that its new appliance marks the introduction of a new concept that “reimagines the role of a water purifier”, where it goes beyond just being an item of utility; rather, it also serves as “a design statement that enhances and accentuates the beauty of a home”. With this aim in mind, the LG PuriCare Self-Service Tankless Water Purifier | Objet Collection will be made available to clients in five shades to match unique house décor styles, namely:

  • Calming Cream White
  • Calming Beige
  • Calming Pebble Grey
  • Calming Pink (available in October)
  • Calming Cream Sky (available in October)

As for its tech, the LG PuriCare Self-Service Tankless Water Purifier | Objet Collection features the advanced 4-stage All Puri Filter System that can remove nine types of heavy metal, 99.99% of norovirus, and other harmful contaminants for customers’ peace of mind. Given that it is tankless, the product is also in line with LG’s commitment to environmental sustainability; its innovative green design has, in fact, won it the 2022 Energy Winner Award and the 2022 GOOD DESIGN Award.

This water purifier also comes with a control that dispenses water at three temperatures (40°C, 75°C, and 85°C) and at various volume settings (120ml to 1,000ml), on top of an automatic adjustable tap. The former feature provides you with immediate access to hot water for different beverages – so no more waiting for your morning coffee or tea! – while the latter ensures safety by accommodating cups with different heights to eliminate splashes.

Another key feature that makes the LG PuriCare Self-Service Tankless Water Purifier | Objet Collection unique is its first-in-the-market self-service filter subscription plan, which you can sign up for up to seven years. Subscribers will be provided with new filters every six months, and these are sent straight to their doorsteps, after which they can replace it at their own convenience with a simple twist-and-pull mechanism. This ultimately eliminates the need to wait for customer care services, which can be quite time-consuming.

If you’re interested in purchasing the LG PuriCare Self-Service Tankless Water Purifier | Objet Collection, you have the option to pay for your purchase either in a lump sum (starting from RM3,200) or via monthly rentals (starting from RM60 per month, up to seven years):

Lump-sum paymentMonthly rental payments
Self-service filter subscription (2 years)

Regular customer care visits (2 years)
Self-service filter subscription
– 5 years: RM90/month
– 7 years: RM60/month  

Regular customer care visits (2 years)
– 5 years: RM110/month
– 7 years: RM80/month

LG is also currently running an exclusive promotion where you will receive a front cover (blue/pink) for free upon the installation of your water purifier. Offered until 31 October 2023, this is provided on a first-come first-served basis.  

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