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Cutting edge design and food have never been as inextricably linked as they are today and Gaggenau’s 200 and 400 series ovens are no exception. The oven ranges consist of ovens, Combi-microwave and Combi-steam ovens. Fully automatic espresso machines and warming drawers are also available.
Gaggenau are a leading German domestic appliance company who attribute their continued success to creating “clear design language paired with function and innovation.” These latest designs possess the flexibility to be built into wall cabinets either beside or over one another, and can be installed under worktops or arranged with other appliances to create a streamlined appearance.
Perfectly designed to satisfy various culinary styles and preferences, the 60 cm-wide 200 series ovens are available with full glass fronts and feature doors that open up to an angle of 110 degrees for optimum access. Possessing the flexibility to be built into wall cabinets either beside or over one another, the ovens can also be installed under the worktop or can be arranged with any other appliances from the 200 series to create the perfect unit.
The 400 series has a striking presence in a room — its strong character is emphasised by the use of selected materials such as solid stainless steel. Protruding handleless doors are automatically opened with a single touch, bringing modern professional technology into private kitchens. Selected appliances are available with full glass door or glass front in Gaggenau Anthracite.
In celebration of the new face of the iconic 200 and 400 series, Gaggenau is inviting you to share your story of personal inspiration for the chance to win $7500 toward any products from the Gaggenau range.
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