Ariston's WiFi-enabled water heater is now available in Singapore

Ariston's WiFi-enabled water heater is now available in Singapore

Audrey Simon
22/04/19, 07:00 am

SINGAPORE (April 22): When renovating your home, do not make the mistake of choosing a water heater at the very last minute. This home appliance is as important as your refrigerator or air conditioner. Providing more choice is Ariston, which has launched its Andris2 range comprising Andris2 Lux, Andris2 RS and Andris2 Top — the first WiFi-enabled smart water heater in Singapore that will change the way you think about water heaters. The range comes in aesthetically pleasing monochrome colours that will look stunning in any bathroom. The sleek, compact and minimalistic design does not take up too much space, creating less clutter.

As one of the leading water heater brands in Singapore, Ariston is known to pioneer state-of-the-art technologies in water heaters. The Andris2 storage water heaters are equipped with smart technology such as a long-lasting Titanium Heating element with lifetime warranty (only for Andris2 Top and Andris2 Lux), an energy-saving component with smart ECO-EVO technology (only for Andris2 Top) and AG+ Silver Ions with antibacterial properties for greater hygiene. The remote control Aqua Ariston Net App can be used with the smart water heater to receive shower-ready notifications or regular up-to-date information about water temperature.

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