The Bosch Series 8 appliances have been designed for one thing above all else; to make the time spent in the kitchen as enjoyable as possible.
January 12th, 2017
Bosch kitchen products are known for pairing advanced German engineered cooking technology and naturally straightforward operation, and the Series 8 collection of appliances sees a sense of truly premium design aesthetics joining this designer range.
The Series 8 range is the result of a carefully designed, and meticulously tested production process. The highest standards in quality, performance and convenience were at the fore of the creation of the new Bosch range, with the final suite of kitchen appliances serving as a statement in cutting-edge technology, timeless design and remarkable ease of use.
When it comes to the Series 8 ovens, everything you need for perfect cooking is right at hand, with the new control ring. With just a turn of the stainless steel ring, you can activate special cooking programs, adjust temperature settings and navigate through the entire menu settings with ease.
It’s this care for the at home chef that has driven the design of the Series 8 oven. Boasting up to 71 usable litres of cooking space, along with larger baking trays, the ovens offer improved heat circulation and a range of heating functions that deliver everything from haute cuisine to everyday feasts, all within in a sleek, contemporary unit that will fit into any design lover’s kitchen space.
The ovens not only offer up superior performance and convenience, they serve as beautifully crafted and sophisticated design pieces. The panel heights and display designs for the entire Series 8 range are consistent and designed to harmonise amongst each other, creating a seamless designer kitchen fitout. The elegant stainless steel strips at the base of each Series 8 oven create a uniform look when installed side-by-side with any compact appliance or complementing warming drawer.
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