By Paul Hayes
SYDNEY, NSW: Kambrook has launched an upgraded cooker and a new frypan which are both designed to handle cooking larger meals.
The company’s new 6-litre stainless slow cooker (KSC110 RRP $79.95) is an new version of its popular KSC100 cooker.
The new model features an auto setting that is designed to allow the slow cooker to be turned on in the morning in order to ensure a meal is ready in the evening.
According to Kamborok, the combination of a 6-litre capacity and low and high temperature settings allows for increased flexibility and larger meals.
The slow cooker’s cool-touch handle and removable, dishwasher-safe crockery bowl Designed with ease-of-use in mind.
As for the new, Kambrook’s new square frypan (RRP $49.95) has an 1800 watt die-cast element and an adjustable temperature control with 12 heat settings.
This means the pan is capable of handling everything from pancakes to roasts, said the company.
Like the slow cooker, the pan’s large size and depth enable larger quantities to be cooked at one time.