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Need to know: BORA’s flexible and intuitive cooking solution

The Classic 2.0 is a combination of a high-quality extractor and various powerful cooktops
   Amanda Peters  |  written on: 18-01-2019 11:42am

To provide the ultimate flexibility in cooking, BORA has unveiled the Classic 2.0 at Living Kitchen 2019 in Cologne.

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After perfecting the cooktop extractor system over 10 years ago, BORA now presents a combination extractor and hob called the Classic 2.0. The extractor sits flush at the centre of the hob, between the heating elements, while the vertical slider sControl+ touch panel is in line with the extractor so as not to take up valuable cooking space. The jet-black operating panel is virtually invisible in standby mode, ideal if you’re going for a minimalist look.

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Inspiration by BORA Vertriebs GmbH & Co KG

The change in design of the control panel leaves an especially large cooking area: Four pots, measuring up to 24 cm, can be placed on the cooktop at the same time.

The extractor may look inconspicuous, but its performance adapts automatically to what is being cooked, rendering the manual change of fan controls obsolete.

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Inspiration by BORA Vertriebs GmbH & Co KG

Another feature that sets it apart from the rest is that it is extremely easy to clean as the two parts that come in contact with cooking vapours are detachable and dishwasher-safe.

In terms of cooking options, the Classic 2.0 offers the highest flexibility with a modular cooking system, from surface induction to gas cooktops and Tepan stainless-steel grills.

Suggested retail price: from £3790.00 exc VAT
Expected UK release date: March 2019

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Amanda Peters

I've been writing for design magazines for a few years now and like nothing more than ‘exploring’ other people's homes (with their permission, of course).

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