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Miele Executive Director and Co-Proprietor Dr. Reinhard Zinkann talks about what attracted him to the CE industry, the challenges Miele faces, and more.
Miele's remarkable new oven is no fish story
If you have $4,999 to spare, or are simply passionate about cooking (whether you're good at it or not), Miele's new DGCXL Combination Convection-Steam Oven might just tickle your fancy.
The oven was announced late last year, but its finally officially available here in Canada. What justifies the high price tag? Aside from the sleek look (it comes in three options, including all white for $500 more) and built-in design, the oven combines steam cooking with heat to help introduce moisture into the cooking process. Using the oven, users can cook multiple dishes
Miele unveiled a new generation of built-in kitchen appliances at the LivingKitchen 2013 expo, including ovens, steam cookers, coffee machines, microwave ovens, and cooker hoods.
"Our Generation 6000 stands for even greater elegance, versatility and user convenience in the kitchen," said Dr. Reinhard Zinkann, managing director and co-proprietor of the Gutersloh, Germany-based appliance maker.
Miele showed off more than 200 built-in appliances from two design lines at LivingKitchen.
Exhibiting at the IFA tradeshow in Berlin this week, Miele unveiled the simple-to-operate but highly versatile FlexTouch induction hob (cooktop).
The IFA trade show took place Aug. 31 through Sep. 5, 2012.
Miele designed the 90 cm wide FlexTouch to be adaptive to the personal preferences and cooking habits of users. An intuitive user interface allows pots and pans to be placed anywhere on the ceramic cooking surface - 36 individual induction coils combine to form power zones. The cooktop recognizes the size and position