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Introducing the Future of Cooktops: Bosch Induction Cooking

Media Release

February 2014

Introducing the Future of Cooktops;
Bosch Induction Cooking

There’s an old saying ‘a watched pot never boils’. Bosch begs to not only dispell this myth, but to also highlight just how quickly a pot can boil with their new technology.

Introducing Bosch FlexInduction; taking professional inspiration to create kitchen perfection at home.

This state of the art cooktop provides separate cooking zones, which can be transformed into larger ones at the mere touch of a button. Whether you want to whip up a simple custard for one, or try your hand at Teppanyaki for ten, the multiple function of FlexInduction is ready instantly to enhance your own culinary prowess.

Bosch FlexInduction’s genius lies in the push of a button. With just one simple touch, your FlexInduction sets the power you want, receiving the appropriate temperature directly and rapidly.

Bosch FlexInduction’s super smart attributes mean there’ll now be no more tears in the kitchen. Intelligent features include;

Classic Touch: Sleek yet simple, at the touch of a button, select any power level including intermediate levels directly. The control panel is the red light line which is illuminated up to the selected power point, allowing you to maintain control even when things start getting hot in the kitchen.

Keep It Clean: The wipe protection function keeps control even when you’re cleaning. Simply lock the control panel for twenty seconds, allowing you the chance to wipe away any spills on the cooktop surface without the need to re-enter the settings you were using…brilliant!

PowerBoost function; able to boil 3 litres of water almost three times faster than on a conventional cooktop, enabling you to boil or blanch faster with minimal waiting times.

Did I turn off the oven? A question many of us have asked after driving down the road. Luckily the clever folk at Bosch have the solution, with their safety function which turns off the cooktop automatically after a period of time, giving you peace of mind

Sticky Little Fingers; the Bosch FlexInduction which keeps little fingers from harm with the ‘lock function’ which lets you lock the control panel to prevent accidental chefs from creating when they’re not allowed too!

Whether you are using one pot or several, you can place one behind the other or have them side by side. Thanks to FlexInduction you have the freedom of choice. Use your cooktop like a conventional induction cooktop with four separate cooking zones, or transform it into two large continuous cooking zones at the touch of a button. The new FlexZone is up to 20 % larger, so now you’ll have space for even the largest of pans or largest number of guests.

Combining style and design with intelligent technology, the Bosch FlexInduction offers multiple heating zones and seventeen cooking levels … your culinary possibilities are endless!

BOSCH FLEXINDUCTION RANGE: RRP FROM: $1,799 TO $4,499.00

STOCKIST DETAILS: Bosch products are available at all leading appliance retailers. For further information visit: www.bosch-home.co.nz, or phone 0800 807 723.

Editor’s Note; Bosch is proud to be involved in the 5+a Day campaign, encouraging New Zealand families to increase their intake of fruit and vegetables. On information on how you could win a Bosch package worth $5,000.00 please visit; http://www.5aday.co.nz/5plus-a-day/take-the-5plus-a-day-challenge.aspx

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