5 Chef-Approved Gadgets To Add Maximum Efficiency And Style In The Kitchen

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We’ve pinned down some of the coveted chef-approved kitchen essentials for a truly functional cooking space.

  1. Gaggenau Flex induction cooktop
    This sleek cooktop lets you master cooking with its unprecedented precision and fast and flexible cooking features. It comes with a keep warm function, displays temperature instead of power levels and has a frying sensor which maintains an even heat. The wow factor is its integrated ventilation system which offers either an air recirculation or air extraction mode to minimise heavy cooking smells.

    Image credit: Gaggenau

    Image credit: Gaggenau

  2. hansgrohe kitchen sink system
    What’s unique about this stainless steel built-in sink is a separate water control unit located on the right front side of the sink rim. Even with your hands full, you can use your elbow to tap and activate the water or turn it to select the precise temperature and volume.

    Image credit: hansgrohe

    Image credit: hansgrohe

  3. AXOR Montreux kitchen mixer
    Washing up is made stylish and less of a chore with this cool mixer and its 360° swivel range. It has a vertical handle position for easy handling and has a normal and a spray jet.

    Image credit: AXOR

    Image credit: AXOR

  4. Bosch downdraft stainless steel hood
    Unlike traditional ventilation systems, this resides behind the cooktop instead of above it. When not in use, simply press a button and it’ll lower and retract back into the countertop – and completely out of sight – allowing you to achieve a completely seamless and sleek cooking space.

    Image credit: Bosch

    Image credit: Bosch

  5. LG Side-by-Side Refrigerator with InstaView Door-in-Door
    The refrigerator is frequently visited in a home, which is why it’s important to procure a model that helps reduce energy consumption. For example, the InstaView Door-in-Door feature lends easy access to commonly used items or beverages without allowing much cold air loss. In addition, when knocked twice, the glass panel turns transparent to allow users to view the fridge’s contents.

    Image credit: LG

    Image credit: LG

 This is adapted from articles originally written by Disa Tan and Fidz Azmin published in the November 2017 issue of SquareRooms. 
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