Designed by Australian born and internationally renowned Marc Newson, the stunning collection of Smeg appliances represents the first time Mr. Newson ventured into home appliance territory. We certainly hope he will keep going. The striking Collection comprises of induction and gas hobs, and built-in ovens finished in stunning black, yellow, green, blue, white and silver colours. The Collection was shown at EuroCucina 2008 Kitchen Appliance and Design Show in Milan where was an instant hit. Until the end of September they are available exclusively at John Lewis and, hopefully, elsewhere afterwards.
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Smeg by Marc Newson built-in single electric oven has programmable digital display to provide you with the total control over the cooking process, and quadruple-glazed door with removable inner glass to ensure safety and easier cleaning. The 68 litre cooking cavity and 10 functions, including upper and lower element, rotisserie with full grill, fan with upper and lower elements, fan with grill elements, fan with lower element, circulaire, circulaire with upper and lower elements, Eco, Eco pyrolytic and pyrolytic - give your performance and flexibility. Smeg FP610S ovens are priced at £900.
Smeg P755S 5-burner gas hobs feature 75cm wide single sheet steel or glass surface, integral automatic ignition and straightforward silver control knobs, removable individual cast iron pan supports and flame failure safety cut-out. You will get two 1.05 kW, a 1.7 kW, 2.6 kw burners and powerful 3.5kW center burner. The steel hobs retail for £550 whereas sleek gas-on-glass versions sell for £800.
The Smeg SI644 induction hob comes with 4 cooking zones and front touch controls marked by grey or gold graphic. Each zone of the black frameless ceramic hob has a residual heat indicator with LED display, child safety lock, safety cut out, 15 temperature stages, automatic pan recognition, 4 power boost zones, 99-minute timer and a stop-in-temperature setting to hold a temperature you have reached that you wish to maintain. Price is £700.
Posted in Appliance Trends at September 19, 2010 11:37 AM
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