From Bosch comes a unique, 2-in-1 cooktop with integrated ventilation – a contemporary kitchen solution designed to fit into kitchens of any size or style.
May 16th, 2019
Experiencing a new level of freedom in the home. This was Bosch’s goal with the new 2-in-1 cooktop. The newly launched cooktop is Bosch’s first to include a ventilation rangehood integrated into the cooking surface itself.
In modern home designs, the perfect kitchen should serve many functions, from a relaxed cooking space, an area for inspiration and creativity, an eating area, or simply sitting down with family and friends. To allow for more freedom and flexibility in the design of these kitchens, this appliance combines the latest technologies of Bosch induction cooktops and rangehoods in a single appliance.
Offering maximum flexibility, this is an ideal cooktop for complex or size-conscious kitchens, or island bench kitchen designs.
Once installed, the Bosch 2-in-1 cooktop with integrated ventilation allows those using the kitchen to fully enjoy the benefits of true open plan kitchen design; whether a large space for fluid and relaxed movements, or transforming a smaller kitchen to look more spacious without a rangehood overhead.
As the ventilation extracts steam and odours directly from the pots and pans without losing them to the open air, it operates extremely efficiently, achieving the desired ventilation results at a low, comfortable and quiet power level. And with the noise no longer at ear level, it is noticeably quieter – fogged glasses and extractor noise are a thing of the past.
The 2-in-1 cooktop creates a new level of freedom in further kitchen design, with the ability to maximise storage through walls of cabinetry and other kitchen appliances now possible through its sleek and space saving design. If the cooktop itself is installed against a wall, in place of a rangehood, lights, pictures shelves or anything can be rested above the cooktop.
The 2-in-1 cooktop with integrated ventilation opens the door to more varied and efficient kitchen designs, and easier cooking – noise and cramped spaces are no longer an issue, because cooking should be all about socialising with guests in perfect peace and quiet as you prepare.
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