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Siemens unveils iQ700 collection in Hong Kong

by Sophie Cullen on Nov 9, 2015 in Products
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Siemens has recently launched the iQ700 range of appliances in Hong Kong

The German household appliance brand has added the selection of built-in home appliances to their Hong Kong portfolio. The iQ700 range includes varioSpeed oven with pulseSteam, varioSpeed oven, microwave oven with grill, oven with fullSteam, fullSteam oven, oven, coffee centre and warming drawer, with stylish design features throughout.

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A highlight of the collection is the oven varioSpeed function which shortens cooking time by up to 50%. Cooking frozen foods in the oven is much quicker too due to the innovative coolStart function.

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The Siemens dual-zone control panel is the centre for functionality in the range. The sophisticated interface is tailored to the specific functions of each appliance with a focus on simplicity and style.

iQ700 key visual

Available in a range of sizes – to suit even the tiniest Hong Kong apartment – the products can be installed in an array of combinations or alone. “Specifying a consistent panel height across each of the appliances was a central requirement for implementing our standard of perfection in the built-in design. Without exception, the 60-cm and 45-cm built-in appliances create visual alignment, regardless of their features,” emphasised Gerhard Nüssler, head designer at Siemens.

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