ILVE introduces its slimmest built-in oven to date, the 600SLMP model
July 30th, 2012
Where ILVE’s built-in oven range has always afforded specifiers and users, greater flexibility in residential fit-outs, the new 600SLMP model has taken things one step further.
At only 60cm wide, the evolution of the 2012 collection sees this stylish slim-line model open up new possibilities in kitchen design.
With no compromise on the superior cooking capabilities synonymous with ILVE ovens, the 600SLMP is the slimmer, more adaptable variant.
Contrary to its slender outward appearance, all the standard ILVE specifications are still included: self-cleaning options, pizza mode, precision thermostatic control, concealed grill element, programmable timer and turbo wave cooking.
When paired with the full range of companion products offered by ILVE it is now easy to create the complete cooking package.
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