Entry #2906, October 16, 2013
Traveling to Los Angeles a few weeks ago for #BlogTourLA was a true experience. It was great to witness and touch in person many of the innovative kitchen appliances that are on the way for your home.
One of the highlights of the Westedge Design Fair was seeing the iconic German kitchen appliance manufacturer Gaggenau.
Gaggenau’s Innovative Cooking Experience
Their revolutionary new line of 400 series ovens feature unbelievable features that will help create the ultimate cooking experience in your kitchen. Whether you are looking for touch display controls, automatic doors, or a revolutionary cooking experience. Gaggenau is the one to look to!
The New Gaggenau 400 Series ovens:
- New design with TFT touch display
- All ovens feature the new automatic door opening via touch display and seamless handle-less look for a more streamlined kitchen design.
Quadraple glazed and thermally coated Gaggenau ovens
- When touching the door open function the door opens automatically; swinging open to an approximately 30 degree angle. From there on the user can open the door as desired – up to a full 90 degree angle – with the convenient integrated grip handles integrated into Gaggenau’s signature doors.
The New 400 Series Ovens
The new functionality and design opens up new design options, as Gaggenau’s 400 Series ovens presenting kitchen designers with the worlds first integrated oven without a visual handle. The beautifully and user friendly re-designed TFT displays and knobs round off the new look.
Gaggenau’s 400 Series Combi-steam oven will be offered for the first time with the option to select the operational knobs and TFT display either on top or bottom enabling designers to plan Gaggenau kitchens with both stacked and side-by-side oven installations.
Matching handle bars can be purchased as optional accessory and retrofitted.
If you’re looking for ovens that will help you re-invent your cooking experience, look to Gaggenau cooking appliances. The new 400 series is a must-have for any modern kitchen.
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