ILVE presents its newest products, including a cafÃ©-quality Coffee Machine and revolutionary Tepanyaki Plate.
November 11th, 2009
Research reveals the average Australian consumes over 2.4kg of coffee each year. With this in mind, ILVE has created a coffee machine that takes the grind out of making café quality coffee.
Sleek in design and innovative in its functions, the ILVE S-CM6 Freestanding Coffee Machine from ILVE is the ultimate coffee machine for the home.
The completely automatic touch control machine features a user-friendly LED display system, personalised coffee preset function and automatic switch on and off times.
Producing perfect café favourites, the S-CM6 also has a de-caffeinated function to create a fabulous coffee without the caffeine hit.
The milk frothier consistently creates perfect cappuccinos and a hot water spout for tea saves boiling the kettle.
Featured in the highest quality stainless steel and sophisticated hardened glass with black serigraph, this appliance is bound to take centre stage in your kitchen.
Revolutionising the kitchen even further is ILVE’s new Tepanyaki plate. The beauty of this kitchen masterpiece lies in its diversity, ease and healthy cooking habits.
This extremely versatile piece allows you to cook everything from savory zucchini cakes, vegetable stir-fry and seafood banquets to delicate crepes and other sweet serves.
ILVE ovens feature state-of-the-art cooking settings such as ILVE’s Turbowave Quickstart preheating function which goes from 0 –180ËšC in eight minutes.
Other features include a non-staining black vitreous enamel Catalytic cook and clean interior, removable oven door and inner door glass. ’¨’¨
The P120 range boasts seven burners comprising of the elongated fish burner with removable Tepanyaki Plate.
All feature flame control accuracy, pressure thermostat readings, cast iron trivets, and flame failure cut out safety devices.
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