The new 700WMP from ILVE combines European precision and Italian design and style.
June 27th, 2011
Replicating the innovation of ILVE’s renowned larger oven for a smaller interior space, the 700WMP built-in oven fuses style and technology.
Although it’s only 70cm wide, it has a 90 litre capacity. Features include pizza, bread and pastry cooking functions and a rotisserie – all made easier by ILVE’s Turbowave Quickstart preheating function.
Non-staining black vitreous enamel and catalytic cook and clean interior keeps the oven easy to maintain.
A stainless steel commercial style control panel and knobs create a contemporary finish.
A range of 70cm cooktops and rangehoods are available to complement the 700WMP built-in oven for a stylish, cohesive look.
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