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Smeg Victoria traditional range
If you are passionate about food, you will know the secret to great cooking lies not only in the ingredients, but also in the appliances you use.
Smeg has long understood the value of the traditional freestanding cooker, and has continued to refine its collection since the first cooker was developed in 1948.
Today, a new smaller model of the popular Smeg Victoria is in the limelight. Available from November 2013, this 90cm freestanding cooker embodies the essence of the traditional range, but it combines this with meticulous detailing and multifunctional technology for effortless cooking.
The main oven in the 90cm Victoria is multifunctional and has a large 68-litre capacity. The second tall oven is fan forced and also has a 68-litre capacity. Both ovens are electric, as is the static grill on the top left side of the range. The ovens have side opening doors for easy access, easy-clean enamel interiors and multiple cooking levels, making it easy to cook several dishes simultaneously.
The high-performance hobhas six burners, outputting a total of 45.72MJ per hour. The hob includes a high-intensity wok burner with a cast iron wok support. All trivets are also cast iron.
Smeg says its internal design studio mandate for the Victoria was to pay homage to traditional aesthetics, with modern detailing. The new-look knobs are robust and ergonomic, and designed to complement the design detail, high quality and technological strength of the cooker.
As with the larger model, the 90cm Victoria is available in two enamel finishes – the TR93P comes in classic cream gloss with black trim, while the TR93BL is in all-black gloss. The ovens are branded with Smeg's signature '50s retro-style badging.
For more details, visit the website:www.smeg.com.au .
First published date: 26 November 2013