Adessa, the UK’s largest home appliance maker, has begun shipping its latest range of QLink home appliances to UK customers, which will include the Adessa QLink, the Adessa QLink 2, the QLink S2, the Converse QLink and the Adex QLink.QLink, which is the world’s first home appliance to be built entirely from renewable energy, will be sold in the UK for £2,999, while the Adesia QLink is priced at £2.2 million.
The Adessa S2 and the Conseco QLink are priced at a whopping £5.2m, while QLink 1 is priced £2 million and the Qlink 2 is priced a whopping $1.9 million.
QLink 3 is also on sale at $1 million and Adessas QLink 4 is priced $1,495,000.
The QLink series of Qlink models, which are based on Adessai’s QLink range of products, are available in three colour options: white, black and red.
Adess, the largest UK appliance maker by sales, will sell them at a premium, as they are the company’s most powerful products.
In a statement, Adessa said it had chosen to manufacture its products in the United Kingdom and was delighted to offer these products to its customers.
“We are thrilled to be offering this product to our customers in the U.K. We are confident that this will bring great benefits to our partners in the coming months and years,” the company said.
“Our commitment to the U-K.
supply chain will remain strong, with Adess supplying over 100 million of the Q-Link product range each year.”QLink has been built using sustainable materials including wood and carbon fibre, and will be manufactured at Adess’s plant in Croydon, which the company says is “one of the best in the world” with the latest technologies.
The company’s Qlink range will be available to UK home buyers through the Adresia brand and will feature a range of home appliances that offer the “perfect balance of comfort, style and performance”.
The company said it will continue to make its QLink products in India and China, which offer “a truly differentiated product offering” and are more affordable to customers in developing markets.
The UK’s home appliances industry, which employs around 10,000 people, is set to grow from £9.5 billion in 2016 to £30 billion in 2020.