Editor’s Picks — Best Appliances of 2013: Smeg Victoria

Developed, designed and engineered in-house by the Smeg design team, this cooker features a seven-burner gas hob – complete with teppanyaki plate – over two ovens, a separate electric grill and generous storage drawer.

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Smeg Victoria (110-centimetre)
RRP $7,990

Available in gloss black and this panna enamel finish, the Victoria kickstarted both a strong rollout of new Smeg appliances and a trend towards range cookers. The Victoria has two 68-litre multifunction ovens, a 7-hob burner, an enormous grilling drawer and a storage compartment.

Victoria Victorious: Place the teppanyaki plate over two burners for high-heat griddling.

In an update to this range, Smeg has announced that the Victoria is now available in 90-centimetre variations. As you can see from the image below, there is a small compromise on functionality, but this is still a remarkable piece of cookery.

Smeg Victoria (90-centimetres) has two 68-litre ovens, a 41-litre electric grill and six gas burners (RRP $6,490). Image credit: De Vol Kitchens.

Smeg Victoria (90-centimetre) has two 68-litre ovens, a 41-litre electric grill and six gas burners (RRP $6,490). Image credit: De Vol Kitchens.

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