Condé Nast House & Garden - - PLANTS -

Cre­at­ing the op­ti­mal en­vi­ron­ment and main­tain­ing the de­sired tem­per­a­ture in one’s home or of­fice is al­ways a pri­or­ity, es­pe­cially in a cli­mate as var­ied as South Africa’s. With this in mind, Sam­sung has cre­ated the Q9000, an air con­di­tioner that not only keeps your space cool when tem­per­a­tures rise, but adds warmth and com­fort dur­ing the colder months.

The Q9000 comes stan­dard with an ar­ray of ad­vanced tech­nolo­gies such as Smart In­verter, three-stage fil­ter­ing sys­tems and mul­ti­ple com­fort con­trol set­tings, while the stylish, aes­thet­i­cally pleas­ing sil­hou­ette will com­ple­ment and blend into any in­te­rior scheme. The com­pact de­sign (1.948m tall, 36cm wide and 26cm deep) also means it won’t im­pose on your space.

Best suited to a space of ap­prox­i­mately

55m2, it of­fers the flex­i­bil­ity of var­i­ous types of cool­ing set­tings to suit dif­fer­ent ac­tiv­i­ties, with three front-fac­ing, in­de­pen­dent fans that can be op­er­ated in­de­pen­dently or si­mul­ta­ne­ously. When an in­de­pen­dent fan is on, it is sur­rounded by an at­trac­tive, ice-blue coloured light.

The fans pro­vide op­ti­mum cool­ing and en­ergy ef­fi­ciency with a max­i­mum speed that is sig­nif­i­cantly higher than stan­dard air con­di­tion­ers, achiev­ing 13 me­tres of air throw. How­ever, the Q9000 ad­justs its speed in re­sponse to the sur­round­ing tem­per­a­ture, en­sur­ing en­ergy wastage and cost are kept to a min­i­mum.

With built-in air-pu­ri­fy­ing tech­nol­ogy,

‘Virus Doctor’, the Q9000 will also help to en­sure you and your fam­ily are protected against harm­ful bac­te­ria by neu­tral­is­ing con­tam­i­nants and turn­ing them into wa­ter vapour. It also in­cludes a built-in de­hu­mid­i­fier, which will safe­guard you against bac­te­ria and mould caused by high hu­mid­ity.

Cre­ated with com­fort, con­ve­nience and smart liv­ing in mind, the Q9000 is the per­fect ac­ces­sory to en­chance your home or of­fice. Avail­able in black and white.

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