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De’Longhi Unveils New Small Home Appliances – Ovens To Air Cons

De’Longhi has unveiled its new suite of slow cookers, coffeemakers, grills and portable air conditioners at the International Home & Housewares Show (IHHS) 2018 in Chicago.

Renowned for its range of coffee machines, De’Longhi’s burgeoning product portfolio reflects its desire to further expand into kitchenware and small home appliances.

Coffee Machines

At IHHS 2018, De’Longhi unveiled the new ‘Dinamica Fully Automatic Espresso and Cappuccino Machine’ – claimed to be its first [and only] fully automatic coffee machine to incorporate the company’s TrueBrew Over Ice Coffee technology.

With a ‘one touch’ user interface comprising six beverage options, the device also creates ‘coffee over ice’ drinks, without watering down beverages.

A manual frother allows for customisable steam and foam levels.

The Dinamica Fully Automatic Espresso and Cappuccino Machine is scheduled to launch in America in May for ~US$900. Australian pricing and availability is yet to be confirmed.

For the coffee aficionado, De’Longhi has also unveiled its new ‘Pour Over Coffee Maker’ – said to offer SCAA Gold Cup certified drip coffee, with pour over brewing functionality. The device can brew up to nine coffees at a time, with a warming plate to keep contents warm for up to 30 minutes.

De’Longhi’s Pour Over Coffee Maker is scheduled to rollout in America in September for ~US$150. Australian pricing and availability is yet to be confirmed.

 

Cooking Small Appliances

De’Longhi has also debuted its new 14L Livenza Convection Oven, which claims to provide similar heating capabilities of larger products, in a more compact size.

With several cooking and baking settings, the device also incorporates thermal insulation for consistent internal cooking temperatures, whilst remaining cool on the outside. The convection oven claims to fulfil a variety of functions including; toasting, grilling and baking.

De’Longhi’s 14L Livenza Convection Oven is set to rollout in the United States in June for ~US$179. Australian pricing and availability is yet to be confirmed.

Further expanding into the compact cooking appliance market, De’Longhi has unveiled its new ‘All-Day Grill’ which claims to be the market’s sole compact grill with “three plates and an integrated drip tray”. The product aims to be versatile, with most internal components dishwasher-safe for easy cleaning.

De’Longhi’s All-Day Grill is scheduled to launch in America in June for ~US$100. Australian pricing and availability is yet to be confirmed.

Also new is De’Longhi’s Livenza Multi Cooker, which offers roasting, saute and slow-cooking functionality in a ‘six quart’ stove-top safe cooking pot. The multi cooker incorporates a 24-hour programmable timer, to keep contents warm for up to 12 hours.

De’Longhi’s Livenza Multi Cooker will land in America in October, and will retail for ~US$200. Australian pricing and availability is yet to be confirmed.

Positioned as a more affordable option is De’Longhi’s new ‘Livenza Slow Cooker’ – set to sell for US$130.

Air Conditioners

To counterbalance the ‘heat’ of home cooking, De’Longhi has revealed its newest portable home air conditioner, the ‘DeLuxe Whisper Cool’.

The portable air conditioner claims to cool rooms up to ‘700 square feet’ (~65 square metres), and remove up to 10 gallons (~37 litres) of excess humidity per day.

Incorporating 14,000 BTUs the device utilises De’Longhi’s Whisper Cool Technology for up to 50% less noise.

The company claims the air conditioner’s ‘BioSilver Antibacterial Air Filter effectively traps dust, and prevents the growth of bacteria and mould.

De’Longhi’s DeLuxe Whisper Cool portable air conditioner is scheduled to land in the United States in April/May, with pricing to be announced. Australian pricing and availability is yet to be confirmed.

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