IFA International 2019 Week-End Edition

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PRODUCT SPOTLIGHT

BOSCH PRESENTS NEW ACCENT

LINE CARBON BLACK

This year, Bosch is presenting the first Accent Line Carbon Black

hob with upgraded FlexInduction and interactive lighting – a new

highlight for everyone who values minimalist design, eye-catching

details, state-of-the-art, high-tech equipment and maximum

convenience. Like all the appliances in the Accent Line Carbon

Black, the 80-centimetre-wide hob with upgraded FlexInduction

and ComfortProfil stands out due to its elegant, stripped-back look,

including a jet-black glass surface. With no controls disrupting the

harmonious aesthetic, the appliance makes a striking impression

once it is running, with intelligent red LEDs lighting up the active

cooking area dynamically to suit the cooking situation at hand.

IFA

Home

Appliances

KEY SELLING


POINTS

1 / Smart: from the convenience

of a mobile device,

adjustments can easily be

made to temperature and

cooking time

2 / RemoteService function

means software updates

can be downloaded to an

appliance for installation

with great ease

3 / Unbeatable Miele quality and

durability

» HALL 3.1 / STAND 101

KEY SELLING


POINTS

1 / Elegant design

2 / PerfectFry and

PerfectCook sensors

ensure nothing boils over

or burns

3 / Smart: The clever

cookware recognition

system can always tell

where pots and pans are

located without the need

to separately switch on

each cooking zone that is

occupied

TAKE A LOOK INSIDE

Miele Art Line design

Miele presents its Generation 7000

series at IFA. FoodView technology

sends HD images from inside the oven

to the smartphone. And, for the first

time, this feature is even available

on pyrolytic self-cleaning models

in which the camera is subject to

intense heat. TasteControl regulates

temperature and moisture remotely

via smartphone, keeping dishes

warm, while the MotionReact feature

predicts the next step of the cooking

process and reacts to users it senses

approaching.

“Generation 7000 appliances guide

our customers through the cooking

process. Operating steps are intuitive,

processes are smooth and natural,”

says chief Miele designer Andreas

Enslin, adding “This new ease of

handling leaves greater room for

creativity”.

» HALL 2.1 / STAND 101

CANDY ADDS STEAM TO

ITS CONNECTED OVENS

Smart Steam has been added to Candy’s range of connected ovens,

which can be remotely managed and controlled, even with voice, using

the Candy simply-Fi app interacting with digital services such as Alexa

and Google Home.

Steam is described by Candy as being a distinctive feature across its

range of connected ovens, from basic to core models.

With a database of more than 200 automatic recipes developed by

Italian chefs, the connected ovens are able to guide the user directly

from the app, without having to choose the right program. In the

“Tips&Tricks” section of the app, there’s plenty of advice for the kitchen,

such as suggestions on how to dehydrate fruit or obtain a crunchy

chicken. The app also stores the most-used programs and remembers

the customers’ preferences.

» HALL 9 / STAND 213

KEY


SELLING

POINTS

1 / Control via Candy

simply-Fi app

2 / Database of more

than 200 recipes

3 / Steam cook

without losing

taste

KEY SELLING


POINTS

1 / Minimalistic design

2 / CookConnect combines

hob and hood

3 / VarioInduction

technology ensures that

everything is heated

evenly

SIEMENS PROMOTES A “CLEAR

CONCEPT”

With the iQ700 activeLight

model, Siemens home appliances

turn the hob into a screen with

intuitive operation. Designed to

be so minimalistic and clean as

to merge with dark countertops,

the activeLight hob from Siemens

home appliances is the first to

dispense with printing. Only

when cooking does the all-black

glass screen come to life, inspiring

with a “completely new user

experience”.

When switched off, the 80cm

glass ceramic completely merges

with the environment. After all,

there are no pre-drawn cooking

zones on their surface and no

control panel. In addition, it can be

inserted flush into the worktop.

In black granite, artificial stone

or ceramics, interior designers

and kitchen planners achieve a

consistent, clean aesthetic.

» HALL 1.1 / STAND 101

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