Dacor Appliance Launches Modernist Line
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Privately held Dacor has long been known as a standout in the Luxury appliance segment. Dacor has had geographic strength in the Western US where they were founded and where their headquarters and manufacturing facilities have been located. With great performance and some unique features, Dacor carved out a solid niche' in the cooking segment. To have a full line, Dacor outsourced most of the non-cooking products such as dishwashers and refrigerators.
Now, however, Dacor is part of the giant Samsung company and we're getting a look at their strength and innovation in these newly launched Dacor products. The new Modernist Line from Dacor has a striking design that keeps some of Dacor's classic looks and features, but plants itself squarely in the forefront of 21st century styling and innovation.
Let's take note of a few of the new enhancements in Dacor's new Modernist Line:
The most striking thing to note in the new line is the new finish which Dacor describes as a “dramatic graphite color that accentuates and elevates the sophistication of any kitchen.”
The Modernist Line includes an updated version of Dacor's Pro Dual Fuel Range with a Steam option. Complete with digital controls, brass burners on the top, a burner that accommodates a wok, and a griddle. The touch controls are wi-fi enabled for remote operation.
Dacor's recently launched refrigerated columns are now part of the Modernist Line, too. Below refrigerator and freezer columns are paired:
As you might expect, thenew Modernist Line also includes Dacor ovens and pro rangetops, gas, and electric cooktops, and a wall hood that connects with the cooktops for seamless operation.
This is just the beginning. Add a matching finish to a Dacor dishwasher, microwave drawer, and warming drawer, and you have a complete Dacor Modernist Line Kitchen.
For more news on Dacor and the Modernist Line collection as well as other major appliances and decorative plumbing fixtures contact the experts at Universal Appliance and Kitchen Center.
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