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The Smart Kitchen

See how Teka’s avant-garde kitchen appliances blend progressive technology with great design.

The Smart Kitchen


May 9th, 2012

With advanced technology becoming the bulwark of most modern kitchens, the catchphrase that best describes 21st century lifestyles is ‘work smart, not hard’.

Enter Teka, the German manufacturer of domestic and professional kitchen appliances.


The 90-year old company has been at the forefront of innovative kitchen solutions in Singapore since 1994. It has won major brownie points for its cutting-edge products, not only with professional chefs but also with many home owners for whom cooking is a serious sport. Combining such expert features such as temperature precision, cooking time and energy efficiency, the kitchen products veteran plays matchmaker to technological sophistication and stylish articulation.


Teka’s HE oven series is one of the best-selling products in its category. The HE 735 multi-function oven from this series comes with a fully digital operating system to give the user better control over temperature and other settings. Even better, the appliance comes with 9 easy to manage cooking functions and a liberal 56-litre capacity.


Amongst its design details, the HE 735 oven features pop-up control buttons that can be kept flush while not in use. Its energy-saving quotient has been awarded the European top A Class energy rating, making energy consumption very reasonable and within environment-friendly parameters.


Visit Teka’s showroom located at UE Square to view their latest collection of built-in kitchen products.


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