Miele Appliances at KBIS/IBS 2015
New Miele Range a Winner in Las Vegas
Miele Appliances shown at KBIS/IBS 2015
It's hard to come away a winner when you go to Las Vegas. But, the new Miele range was a good bet at the 2015 Design and Construction Week (*KBIS/IBS) show in January. Miele partnered up with some top kitchen brands (Haefele, Bauformat, and Cosentino) to showcase their luxury appliance brand. The new Miele Range, their first EVER, was a huge hit. (To clarify, Miele has been very successful in cooking products such as built-in cooktops and ovens over the years, but they've not ventured into the range business until now).
Miele's range model line up consists of several configurations in 30″, 36″, and 48″ ranges. The range line has been eight years in the making, and the attention to detail shows in the innovative features, and stunning Miele design, not to mention the durable construction. Miele's 30″ range weighs in at 337 lbs. Compare that to the 160 lbs. of a typical Whirlpool gas range.
You might also expect state of the art technology in a range of this class, and Miele does not disappoint. With a high-tech control panel that includes their exclusive MasterChef electronic controls, the new Miele features algorithms to perfectly cook many foods, and it will also store your own special recipes. Miele has taken a fresh look at every feature on a range. For example, Miele's unique range handle is designed to swivel from its vertical position, allowing it to adjust to your grip. The range even has a special slot to store its temperature probe. By the way, the Miele temperature probe wirelessly connects to the control center to cook your roast to the exact temperature you desire. It's hard to know where to stop, since Miele seems to have rethought the entire range to optimize each feature.
The overall design aesthetic is somewhere between the bulky restaurant style that is so prevalent in high-end ranges and Miele's own sleek, contemporary look. That's a very good thing, because this range will look great no matter where it goes.
To find out more about the new Miele range and other fine appliances and plumbing fixtures call or visit the experts at Universal Appliance and Kitchen Center today.
*KBIS – Kitchen and Bath International Show, IBS – International Builder Show
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