The new Gaggenau 400 and 200 series combi-steam ovens are now available – 21 years after the first domestic combi-steam oven was introduced by the brand.

Since then, Gaggenau has continued to develop its combi-steam ovens with technical, design and performance innovations. For the 200 series, this includes a fixed water connection model, in addition to a fully automatic cleaning system and full surface grill hidden behind ceramic glass, as well as the introduction of a multicore temperature probe for both the 400 and 200 series.

Gaggenau 200 Series combi-steam oven

By using a cleaning cartridge, the ovens’ water supply descales and removes any heavy soiling from the cavity interior. The fixed water connection ensures that fresh water is constantly available which is key, particularly when cooking for long periods of time using the sous-vide method.

The multicore temperature probe offers an accurate reading with a variance of one degree within a certain range. The probe features three temperature sensors and continually revises the estimated cooking time based on sensor readings.

The oven cavity of both the 400 and 200 series has been increased to 50 litres, filling the full width of the appliance and accommodating a greater variety of dishes and ingredients.