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VINTAGE COOKER AESTHETICS VICTORIOUS FOR NEW KITCHEN STYLE

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Introducing a vintage aesthetic to one of the most sophisticated freestanding cookers has proved to be the perfect fit for the new Australian kitchen.Smeg launched the Victoria upright earlier this year (2013) melding the beautiful aesthetics of the 1920s iconic wood-fuelled stove with the very latest in culinary technology.Comprising two electric ovens, separate grill, seven gas burners, teppanyaki plate and generous storage drawer - all with a gloss black or panna enamel exterior – they have proved as popular in inner city contemporary homes as in more rambling countrystyle dwellings.The brand has now completed the ensemble with the introduction of a highly efficient 110cm wide rangehood, in a perfectly matching gloss black or panna enamel, in two distinct designs.One is a traditional chimney hood style and the other a more linear,squared design – but both have a high performance motor, four speeds,electronic controls and two 20W halogen lights.The KT110 (traditional chimneyhood style) removes up to 760 cubic metresof air an hour while the KSE110 removes up to 665 cubic metres an hour.Both appliances have metal grease filters and automatic switch-off after 10minutes.And while the motors of these rangehoods are extremely powerful they areboth relatively quiet, even at full power.