Grundig is making gas hobs great, again
Anyone who has cooked on a gas hob knows that there’s nothing else like it. Once the go-to appliance, they’ve fallen on some hard times due in part to size, style and energy consumption. With living space decreasing and energy prices increasing, the gas hob simply fell out of favour.
That is, until Grundig achieved gas hob greatness. Showcased at the 2016 Eurocucina, there is now a definite sense that gas hobs, like the Grundig GIGT 6324120 X, are poised for increasing presence in today’s kitchens.
Effortless Cooking Efficiency
It’s time to stop dreaming about what your life would be like if you spent less time cooking, and start living because the Grundig GIGT gas hobs save you 35% cooking time. This gas hob greatness is all thanks to the Highly Efficient Gas Burner technology, which allows for precise adjustments to be made to the flame ring. By regulating the flame to such a small degree, you save time and use less gas. Whether you’re bringing together a shitake and ginger stir-fry, pan frying freshly caught fish, or heating up last night’s French onion soup, every dish is cooked perfectly, at the perfect temperature.
Small Innovations with Big Impact
It’s the little things in life that make the biggest difference, and Grundig GIGT gas hobs are proof. Each burner is outfitted with micro-perforated flame burners that deliver heat to the entire surface of your pots and pans via straight, upward flames. Furthermore, the gas and air are combined before reaching the burner. Straight, individually regulated flames may not seem like a big deal, but the innovations are a gargantuan win for you, and the environment! In short, Grundig has ensured that not an iota of valuable gas or heat goes to waste. In fact, this optimised gas pressure increases the efficiency of your hob by 25%!
Solid, Yet Absolutely Luxurious, Design
Regardless of the innovations in quick cooking and efficiency, Grundig knows that gas hob greatness isn’t achieved by functionality alone. Refined and balanced, Grundig offers 2 streamlined built-in configurations in the GIGT models, which look at home in a range of kitchen styles: 70 cm with 4 burners and 1 wok burner, and 60 cm with 3 burners and 1 wok burner.
Furthermore, the GIGT gas hobs are available in 2 timelessly minimal designs: gas on glass and pure stainless steel. For the top home chef, the stainless steel surface conveys practicality and extravagance. Its impressive silhouette finishes off with a graceful touch of the matte plaque. The gas on glass version however, looks outstanding in the contemporary kitchen, with an aesthetically clean and simple glass plate.
So, minimalistic gas on glass, or pure stainless steel: what’s your pick?