Where German Engineering Meets Flawless Design
Customers who purchase Bosch kitchen appliances and home appliances have never had to choose between groundbreaking engineering and modern design. For over 125 years, they've designed products with both functionality and aesthetics in mind.
Bringing German Engineering From The Road To The Kitchen
Two of Germany's strongest home appliance companies join in their quest to bring their best engineering to America's kitchens.
Bosch home appliances is part of BSH, BSH Home Appliances Group, based in Munich, Germany. As part of the third largest appliance manufacturer in the world, Bosch has been selling high performance German-engineered major home appliances and cooking appliances in the United States since 1991. Known nationwide for raising the standards in appliance quietness, efficiency and integrated design, Bosch frequently receives top ratings in leading consumer publications and is the winner the 2011, 2012 and 2013 Energy Star Sustained Excellence Award. With US headquarters in Irvine, CA, the company operates an appliance park in New Bern, North Carolina comprised of state-of-the-art factories for dishwashers, ranges, ovens and cooktops.
Everyone Knows Germans Craft Brilliant and Efficient Machines
The question is, Why? At Bosch, it's because they relish a challenge. They prize the ability to overcome technological obstacles in order to produce precise, powerful machines that perform better, are more intuitive to use and use fewer resources, while delivering world-class performance.
Moreover, they aren't afraid of the exacting work it takes to produce elegant, stylish products with the most advanced technology available. Combine that with rigorous technical education, strict German efficiency guidelines and over two hundred days of rain driving us inside for long periods, well, maybe it's not that difficult to understand what drives Germans to engineer the world's best machines.
This clothes washer uses 84 kWh/yr. and has an estimated yearly operating cost of $10.16.
Your operating costs will depend on your utility rates and use. The estimated operating cost is based on 8 wash loads a week and a 2015 national average electricity cost of $0.121 cents per kWh.
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