Posted 18th Jan 2013

Sleek, chic new 400 and 200 series from Gaggenau

By KBBDaily on 18th January 2013 - 17:30pm

Unveiled at LivingKitchen in Cologne, and launched to the UK market at its Wigmore Street showroom, are Gaggenau's 400 series and 200 series ovens. The 400 series appliances are available in 76cm or 60cm widths, installed with slightly protruding fronts and are made from solid stainless steel, while the 200 series is 60cm wide, flush fitting and available in Gaggenau Anthracite, Metallic or Silver. Both ranges include ovens, Combi-steam ovens, microwaves, fully automatic espresso machines and warming drawers. Both ranges have rotary controls and TFT touch display.

Sven Schnee, head of brand Gaggenau, said: "Like all our developments, professional kitchens are both our inspiration and benchmark as we strive to satisfy the highest standards. This is also true of the products in the two new ovens series, which are not only accomplished in roasting, grilling, steaming or simmering, but also excel at keeping food warm and regenerating."

The new ranges will be available to retailers from 1st March.Pictured is the 400 series combi-microwave oven, fully automatic espresso machine and combi-steam oven.

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