By Chris Nicholls
SYDNEY: Electrolux has announced a new range of kitchen appliances it is exhibiting for the first time at DesignEX from 10-12 April in Sydney, including new gas and induction cooktops and a pyrolitic oven.
The stand at DesignEX will showcase Electrolux’s new Compact Range of slim-line ovens, new MaxiSense induction cooktop models, new rangehoods, a pyrolitic oven and E:Line-style gas cooktop.
The compact oven (EOK86030) combines traditional microwave features, such as defrost, re-heat and grill, but also has baking and roasting functions. On sale from this month, it will sell for RRP $2,849. Electrolux also have a built-in microwave (EOK76030), which will sell from RRP $2,109.
The two new Maxisense induction cooktops have extra large induction zones that detect where the pans are placed, and will sells for RRP $2,639 for the EHD68200P and $2,849 for the EHD90200P.
Electrolux’s new Canopy rangehoods are available for both wall and island cooking spaces, come in stainless steel, with pewter-tone inlay and glass options and are available now. The company will also display new integrated or slide-out models.
All feature special grease absorbing materials in the filter that help reduce build up and keep the rangehood clean.
The high-end Pyrolitic Oven (EPEE63AS) will sell for RRP $2,669 when it goes on sale in July and can turn all grease and residue to dust by super-heating the oven. Cleaning is reduced to simply sweeping the oven.
Meanwhile, those who need a new cooktop can use the new gas cooktop models, which have one-piece burners and a glass surface for ease of cleaning.
Available with four or five burners, with a wok burner and simmer burner and flame failure safety, the two models, the EHGC95BS and EHGC64BS, will sell for RRP $1,559 and $1,779 respectively. Both will be available from June.
DesignEX runs from today until the 12 April at the Sydney Exhibition Centre in Darling Harbour.