*Updated: 8 August 2022 15:30 with new free gifts with purchase*

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Homegrown brand PRISM+ has announced it is branching out into smart home appliances with the launch of its smart air conditioner line-up, the PRISM+ Zero.

The launch will include three indoor unit models, the PRFZ09 (9,212btu/h), the PRFZ12 (12,010btu/h), and the PRFZ18 (18,010btu/h), along with two outdoor compressor models, the PRCZ28 and the PRCZ36. A fourth indoor unit, the PRFZ24 (24,200btu/h) is expected to arrive in September.

Both compressors will be able to support varying indoor unit combinations from system 2 to system 4.

The air conditioners will be controlled by a smart app called PRISM+ Connect. Key features include:

  • Geolocation setting to switch devices on and off based on user's proximity so that they can enjoy a cooler environment ahead of time or not worry about forgetting to turn off their devices
  • Setting routines based on ambient temperature or timing to match a user's lifestyle
  • Usage monitoring insights
  • Google Assistant integration for voice control
  • Maintenance prompting and in-app booking of services
  • Remote control replication and remote device management

PRISM+ added that energy monitoring and motion sensing would be coming soon to the app.

Pricing and availability

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The PRISM+ Zero is available now at prices starting from S$2,199 for a system 2, S$2,599 for a system 3, and S$3,299 for a system 4. PRISM+ also offers a conditional eight-year warranty covering all electrical and mechanical faults, including things like faulty PCB boards and other compressor components.

In addition, customers can also enjoy attractive early bird deals.

*Update*

As part of their limited-time launch offer, the first 200 customers who purchase a System 3 air conditioner bundle will receive either a Q32 Android TV (S$379) or the latest Flow Soundbar (S$269), while customers who have purchased a System 4 bundle will take home a free Q55-QE Pro Android TV (S$999). purchase a System 2 air conditioner bundle will receive a Flow Soundbar (S$269), those purchasing a System 3 air conditioner bundle will receive either a Q32 Android TV (S$379), customers who purchase a System 4 bundle will take home a free Q55-QE Pro Android TV (S$999), and those buying a Dual Compressor Bundle will receive a free Q65 QE Pro Android TV (worth $1,239).

Early bird customers are also entitled to an additional promotion with upgraded materials for their installation such as premium LitaFlex trunking, Armaflex Class 0 Insulation, 0.81mm copper pipes, and Keystone cables worth up to S$1,900.

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