ILVE’s freestanding oven in its Majestic range is designed to be a talking point. Functional, beautiful and striking, it’s the perfect addition to a kitchen design that needs a little extra.
April 29th, 2020
A true kitchen centrepiece that is sure to demand attention. Featuring the same cook top options as the ILVE Quadra range, these exceptional cookers will compliment any kitchen and its cook.
A highlight of the NEW Majestic range is its 4.3inch touch control display with intuitive & vibrant graphics and logical operation. Touch and sliding movement controls are smooth and easy to use. Within the TFT display you can control the oven temperature and manage the quantity of moisture inside the cooking cavity.
Minimal temperature fluctuation is achieved for optimal cooking; reducing temperature spikes, assisting uniform cooking and energy saving, with this new interface, the temperature is adjustable from 30°C – 320°C. Another new feature to the Majestic series is the Steam Valve – eliminating the cooking steam from inside the cavity, offering the possibility of choosing between dry or humid cooking. That way you can get a crispy bread or a tender and juicy roast all from the same oven.
The burners have been redesigned still made from brass, a metal alloy that is made with a combination of copper and zinc, guarantees excellent durability and the non-stick nano technological coating provides a lotus effect for easy cleaning also now standard, a DUAL control WOK burner – with efficient and powerful gas supply for a consistent heat distribution and effective heat supply.
Not excluded from the range are the standard functions you expect from ILVE, including the electric rotisserie, precision thermostatic control, concealed grill element, programmable timer and turbo wave cooking feature, not to mention the digital food monitor.
The unique style of the Majestic Freestanding Ovens stands out above the rest and to enhance this, ILVE offers the ability to create a customised and individual look. Pick one of seven colours with brass, chrome, bronze or the NEW copper fittings; and select from five available sizes (70cm, 90cm, 100cm, 120cm and 150cm). Also available are matching range hoods with infrared heat lamps (AM series).
Living up to expectations, ILVE is bringing incomparable design, choice and functionality to the everyday Australian kitchen.
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