Gaggenau’s Vario cooktops 400 series combines advanced professional-standard technology for private kitchens with sculptural design.
June 23rd, 2014
Since their launch four decades ago, the Vario cooktops series have been continuously developed and extended to feature highly specialised appliances that can be individually combined according to taste and cooking habits.
The range includes induction cooktops in 3 widths, gas cooktops, specialised appliances such as a steamer, Teppan Yaki plate, electric grill and deep fryer plus matching ventilation elements.
All elements are designed to seamlessly combine with each other to create a harmonious configuration that can also be paired with other members of the Gaggenau range including the full surface induction cooktop CX 480 and recessed table ventilation unit AL 400.
Gaggenau’s Vario cooktops 400 series is the last word in technical sophistication perfected to suit all requirements, and offers carte blanche in terms of combination and integration with solutions that are available to suit every taste.
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