LG will launch its Objet Collection of high design personalised home appliances in China this week. A high-end fridge and freezer will ship first. Availability will then spread across Asia and Europe ‘soon thereafter.’
Designed to blur the line between state-of-the-art white goods and high-end furnishings, and first seen at CES 2021, the LG Objet Collection fridge and freezer combine a chic, understated aesthetic with advanced LINEARCooling technology.
The latter helps maintain a precise, even internal temperature with minimal fluctuations (±0.5 degrees Celsius), so your fruit and veg stay fresh for up to seven days.
The LG Objet Collection Fridge and Freezer combine a chic understated aesthetic with advanced LINEARCooling technology…
Finishes include glass and stainless steel. The latter comes in three colour variations (green, silver and matte black), while the glass option comes in tints of mint, pink, beige and silver.
“The launch of the LG Objet Collection in international markets marks the beginning of an era of the personalised appliance,” said Lyu Jae-cheol, president of LG Electronics Home Appliance company.
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