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Miele Unveils New ‘TwoInOne’ Induction Cooktop

Set to heat up competition in the premium kitchen appliance market, Miele has unveiled its new ‘TwoInOne’ cooktop – combining induction cooking technology with an integrated downdraught extractor.

The new ‘TwoInOne’ ($5,799) features an 80cm wide cooktop, and is designed for the modern day open-plan kitchen.

The cooktop incorporates Miele’s PowerFlex technology, which facilitates unrestricted cooking of pots and pans regardless of diameter. A central extractor is framed by two variable PowerFlex zones.

Powerflex technology enables two individual cooking rings to automatically ‘join up’, and function together when large pots/pans are placed down.

The cooktop’s ‘TwinBooster’ mode facilitates quick boiling times for large volumes of liquid, which is complimented by ‘food warming’ and ‘Stop & Go’ functions.

Miele’s unique [email protected] function automatically adjusts the extractor’s power to match cooktop settings.

Cooking zones and the extractor are controlled via seamless touch controls, adding to the cooktop’s modern day aesthetic.

Following a brief fan-run, the extractor automatically turns off after cooking.

Miele’s TwoInOne also incorporates a 10 ply stainless steel grease filter – in a secure box – for efficient grease separation. The box claims to be easily removable, and is dishwasher safe.

The downdraught extractor’s Eco Motor is marketed as quiet and energy-efficient.

Miele’s TwoInOne can be installed in either a flush or proud-mount configuration, and is available to purchase from Miele’s Experience Centres and authorised retailers for the introductory price of $5,799.

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