Victoria cooker

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Victoria by Smeg in cream enamel.

Victoria by Smeg in cream enamel.

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Victoria by Smeg in black enamel.

Victoria by Smeg in black enamel.

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Seven-gas hob with teppanyaki plate.

Seven-gas hob with teppanyaki plate.

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Oven doors open to the side revealing the enamel-finished interior.

Oven doors open to the side revealing the enamel-finished interior.

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Victoria by Smeg in cream enamel.

Victoria by Smeg in cream enamel.

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Smeg has recreated a 1920s kitchen icon in the form of the Victoria cooker.  The enamelled steel freestanding range sports a seven-burner gas hob, two 68-litre ovens, a 2700w electric grill and a storage drawer.  Each oven has six separate cooking modes including eco fan-forced, convection, grill and a baker’s function, and each can can reach full heat within ten minutes.

Oven doors are side-opening with enamelled interiors, removable roof liners and triple-glazed doors with removable glass for easy cleaning. The Vabour Clean function uses steam to loosen and soften baked-on food residue, and there is an optional pizza stone.

The gas hob has a wok burner, two rapid, two semi-rapid and two auxiliary burners – each with flame failure device. The teppanyaki plate can be placed over two of the burners to create a high-heat griddle. The entire unit is 1100 mm wide and available in black or cream enamel finish from retailers of Smeg.


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