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Miele Launches The XXL Steam Combination Oven

by Sophie Cullen on Aug 17, 2015 in Products
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The 68L-capacity XXL Steam Combination Oven is the largest in the Hong Kong market

The 68L-capacity XXL Steam Combination Oven is the largest in the Hong Kong market

Iconic home appliance brand Miele has launched The XXL Steam Combination Oven

The company that pioneered the steam oven now offers the largest capacity domestic steam oven on the market, The XXL Steam Combination Oven. With its 3-in-1 functionality, it can be used as a fully fledged steam oven, a fully-fledged conventional oven or a fully-fledged combination oven – to achieve any number of cooking possibilities. The 68L oven offers unlimited options for both amateur and master chefs, all with the convenience of one appliance.

Its four-tiered steaming design, the only one in the market, provides a clean and hassle-free home cooking delight

Its four-tiered steaming design, the only one in the market, provides a clean and hassle-free home cooking delight

Features of the new product include over 200 automatic programmes, intelligent stage cooking functions, precise heat and steam levels and an elegant external design that will add a hint of luxury to any kitchen. Unlike most steam ovens, the XXL places the steam generator outside the oven cavity to maintain an even cooking temperature, ensuring faster heat up times and better cooking results. The XXL Steam Combination Oven also incorporates SensorTronic user control through a 5-line TFT display, presenting all the menu options clearly.

The water tank of The XXL Steam Combination Oven is situated on top of the oven instead of by the side, like many other products in the market, which maximises the oven's capacity

The water tank of The XXL Steam Combination Oven is situated on top of the oven instead of by the side, like many other products in the market, which maximises the oven’s capacity

 

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