Gaggenau’s Germanic Verve

The German manufacturer has unveiled its 400 and 200 series combi-steam ovens.

By Robb Report 27/08/2020

Just steam it.

It’s a mantra we’ve long held close when it comes to life, specifically dining, and one that’s become increasingly easy to achieve thanks to Gaggenau.

It’s now 21 years since the leading luxury German manufacturer debuted the first domestic combi-steam oven, which, while being a hyphenated word the world never knew it needed, has allowed home cooks to embrace combined convection and steam functionality.

Driven by subsequent advancements that graft renown design to heightened performance, Gaggenau has now unveiled its brand new 400 and 200 series combi-steam ovens, both coming with an increased cavity of 50 litres.

Technically savvy and slick in design, they are the only two models on market to boast fully automatic self-cleaning systems. While that’s more than enough our end, also expect a fixed water supply, the enlarged cavity lit by indirect lighting and full surface grill behind the glass.

Automatic programs, meanwhile, offer adjustable culinary assistance that creates a greater personalised cooking experience as well as a three-point core-temperature probe with accuracy to a single degree.


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