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Electrolux launches new Ebony Kitchen Collection


Black Appliances with a Hint of Green
Electrolux launches new Ebony Kitchen Collection

Media Release 14 December 2009

Dark and seductive, the Electrolux Ebony Kitchen Collection brings to New Zealand the emerging design trends of sleek sophistication, recognised at Italy’s Milan Design Week 2009.

A striking contrast to conventional kitchen whites, the black glossy range is leading the way in style and innovation, locally and internationally.
Each glossy black piece in the collection showcases the latest in Electrolux technology with touch electronic controls and a sleek black finish complemented with stainless steel bar handles to meet all tastes.

Scott King, Electrolux Asia Pacific Design Manager says “In contrast to the traditional white of most kitchens, the Electrolux Ebony range gives a new edge and sophistication to white goods. The versatility of black allows the collection to blend seamlessly with dark wood surfaces or contrast brilliantly with colour, whites and stainless steel.”

With a Scandinavian heritage, the Electrolux design team combines the best design trends from Europe with their knowledge of the New Zealand market to develop truly innovative products. Embodying this philosophy, the Electrolux Ebony Kitchen Collection is a cross category offering that incorporates modern European design & efficiency with contemporary Kiwi lifestyle.

A striking range for consumers who want to be at the forefront of modern design, the Electrolux Ebony Kitchen Collection features a range of black glossy appliances including an energy efficient side-by-side refrigerator, bottom mount refrigerator, premium oven with touch on glass controls and 10 oven functions, induction or gas cook tops, a dishwasher and a canopy rangehood.

MODEL DESCRIPTION AVAILABILITY
ESE7007BC Black Gloss 700L Side by Side Refrigerator Nov 2009
EBM5107BC Black Gloss 510L Bottom Mount Nov 2009
EHD80170P Black Induction 80cm Cooktop Nov 2009
EHD90230P Black Maxi-sense induction 90cm Cooktop NOW
EHGC77BS Black Ceramic 75cm Gas Cooktop NOW
EHGC97BS Black Ceramic 90cm Gas Cooktop NOW
ERCE9025BK Black Gloss 900mm Canopy Rangehood NOW
EOEK62AK Black Gloss 600mm Oven 80L NOW
ESL66010 + Kit 60cm Integrated Dishwasher with Black Door Kit NOW


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