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Stoves launches new look built-in collection U


K appliance brand, Stoves, today announced a complete refresh of its 60cm and 90cm built-in electric ovens, making its built-in offering one of the most competitive and feature rich on the market.


Packed full of clever features, Stoves’ 60cm and 90cm built-in appliances will be re-launched, showcasing enhanced specifications at every price point and offering retailers well-defined sales ‘trade up’ opportunities, with distinct upgrade differences between models.


All of Stoves’ refreshed ovens will feature a generous 73 litre capacity, A energy ratings, Equiflow fanned oven technology and easy clean benefits. In addition, consumers can choose to upgrade to a product featuring:


• Pyrolytic technology: A self-cleaning cycle during which the oven will lock off the door and heat up to a high temperature, removing burnt on food residues on the oven walls and leaving a thin layer of ash that can be quickly and easily removed with a damp cloth.


• Catalytic liners: Removeable catalytic liners inside the oven cavity are lined with special chemicals and materials which mean that they are fantastic at absorbing splashes of grease and fat when cooking. These can then be burnt off after cooking when the oven is heated to a high temperature.


• Multifunction: Nine cooking functions allowing consumers to select the right one for the food they’re cooking. Options include intensive bake, fanned grilling and defrost.


• Zeus: A smart connected timer application developed by parent company, Glen Dimplex Home Appliances. Zeus is easy to operate via an App that is free to download on Android and IOS and allows the oven timer to be controlled by smartphone or tablet using a Bluetooth connection. Zeus gives home cooks the ability to programme their oven’s timer via ‘Cook Now’ or ‘Cook Later’ options, with the benefit of a ‘Favourites’ feature to memorise the most often used cooking times. Users can quickly and easily adjust the cooking duration via their smartphone and use the app to register their appliance.


The collection of four single ovens includes the ST SEB602F, a 60cm Multifunction Oven with eight oven functions, a touch control timer and white LED display. The ST SEB602MFC is a 60cm Multifunction+ Oven with nine functions and the added benefits of grease absorbing catalytic liners for easy cleaning and full touch control. Offering a further trade up opportunity, the ST SEB602TCC also features soft close doors, telescopic runners for easy removal of oven shelves as well as a premium blue interior. At the top of the range is the ST SEB602PY which combines Multifunction+ operation with a generous capacity, rotary dial control, soft close doors, telescopic runners and full pyrolytic functionality.


Stoves has also rolled out improvements to its 90cm models. Consumers can choose from the ST BI900EF, a 90cm electric double oven, or the ST BI900MF Multifunction+ oven with a 41litre capacity conventional top oven and a 71-litre fanned main oven with telescopic shelves and special functions such as intensive bake and defrost. There is also the new ST BI900G which is a gas 90cm double oven with telescopic runners. All three options come with the addition of Zeus technology.


0344 248 4149 www.stoves.co.uk


BKU MAY 2018 27


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