Hettich introduces Easys â€“ the compact electronic drawer opening system for style, comfort, ergonomics and handle-free design
July 3rd, 2009
As the kitchen continues to grow as the hub of activity in the home, the need for smarter, more versatile solutions becomes clear.
Forerunners in German innovation and ingenuity, Hettich have responded to this need, developing a sleek, effortless drawer opening system – perfect for user comfort in the kitchen.
A modern approach to kitchen storage, ‘Easys’ is a handle-free, electronic drawer opening system that’s perfect for creating minimalist, ergonomic, compact designs.
Drawers fitted with Easys open at the slightest touch, or gentle push, anywhere on the front, providing convenience for times when hands are dirty, full of shopping, laden with groceries or baby.
Even fully loaded, drawers open with gentle ease, using the smooth handling of Hettich’s Quadro runner technology. Combined with the dampened soft closure of Silent System, Hettich’s drawers with Easys create unmatched comfort in the kitchen.
The Easys system itself is small and compact, so it is easily integrated into drawer, in any kitchen – whether new, renovated or existing. Practical and ergonomic, Easys is suitable for all projects – fitting various cabinet widths and depths, with compact components that are easily removed and refitted.
With 75 years in the cabinet hardware and construction industry, Hettich have the experience to provide peace of mind. With Easys, they have once again developed an impressive and functional kitchen hardware solution, which is available to view at selected Hettich Endorsed Showrooms around Australia.
View Hettich’s latest products at any Hettich Endorsed Showroom (full listings on the Hettich website) or in the Flinders St Surry Hills precinct at Saturday in Design – 31 July & 1 August 2009.
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