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Thursday February 9, 2006 3:59 pm
Kuppersbusch Built-In Electric Honeycomb Cooktop
So you’ve got your swank kitchen - hand-rubbed cherry cabinets, as much stainless steel as you can get away with, monster SubZero fridge, dual Miele dishwashers, dedicated wine cooler/warmer and you’re still using a run-of-the-mill built-in cooktop. Try something a little spiffier like the Kuppersbusch Electric Honeycomb Cooktop. The system uses a series of honeycomb-shaped pads that are able to be recessed flush with the surface of your counter-top. One of the honeycomb shapes works as a touch-sensitive interface, and with no unsightly knobs or buttons, cleanup is a snap. The heating elements can be arranged into a wide variety of layouts, are made of a ceramic glass material, and are expandable up to 6 total elements. A child-safety interlock ensures that while it will still be easy enough for you to set fire to dinner (and potentially your house), your children will at least be semi-challenged to do the same. List pricing for the control interface is $1750, with the heating elements going for between $550 and $650 depending on the type.
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