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Post# 924938   3/4/2017 at 16:00 by ServisChris (Hampshire, UK)        

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Hello all. Pun intended! Presenting one of my latest purchases, a Schulthess Spirit Topline 6155 commercial machine. This is my second commercial machine, have another Lux on the way. Unlike my current Commercial Lux this Schulthess is a pump drain model, so no extra plumbing work needed. Machine has several cycles, further cycles are enabled by pressing the Easy Care button. Cycle times are very quick, and performance is super. Have attached a pic of the unit, will film it running in the week. Feel free to ask questions and I will answer them as best I can!

Chris





Post# 924953 , Reply# 1   3/4/2017 at 16:54 by schulthess (Switzerland)        
Congrats

These are wonderful washing machines! I love this series, because the programs can be selected very easy and quickly, while still allowing a flexible programming of extra options. Performance is fantastic, as long as the higher waterlevel is programmed for rinsing.

How old is your Schulthess? The foto below shows a newer Modell (from 2006), despite big display, it is not that user-friendly like yours.


Post# 925004 , Reply# 2   3/5/2017 at 02:49 by foraloysius (Groningen, the Netherlands)        

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Wonderful find! I love Schulthess machines, unfortunately you hardly see them here.

Post# 925005 , Reply# 3   3/5/2017 at 02:52 by foraloysius (Groningen, the Netherlands)        

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Here's more about Schulthess:

www.schulthess.ch/en/our-...

Interesting that they say they introduced the first automatic household washing machine in Europe. I'd think that was Constructa.


Post# 926606 , Reply# 4   3/13/2017 at 16:32 by earthling177 (Boston, MA)        

It's OK, Louis, maybe they introduced the first automatic household washing machine in Europe the very same way that Maytag invented the frontloader when they release the Neptunes... :-P

Ducking and running,
   -- Paulo.


Post# 926733 , Reply# 5   3/14/2017 at 06:15 by foraloysius (Groningen, the Netherlands)        

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Yes Paulo, also Maytag's first full three rack dishwasher and the Fisher & Paykel topload dryer come to mind.




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