Smeg has released a five-burner gas hob, the 17th appliance in the company’s Linear range, which was introduced late last year.
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The Linear PVS750 cooktop uses energy-conserving, vertical flames that hit the undersurface of the pan without escaping around the sides and thus losing heat.
At 74cm wide, the cooktop offers plenty of space, with an ultra-rapid (wok) burner, one rapid, one semi-rapid and two auxiliary burners, with a ‘flame failure’ safety feature that cuts the gas supply within four seconds should the flame extinguish prematurely.
The stainless steel and silver glass surface is easy to wipe clean, while the tactile polycarbonate knobs and burner assemblies and wok stand are all easily removable for cleaning.
The Linear PVS750 cooktop, as part of the new Smeg Linear concept, partners a range of multifunction ovens, compact microwave, steam and convection ovens, a warming drawer and coffee machine. This model also comes complete with Canali-design control knobs should the user wish to install it as part of the Smeg Classic stainless steel kitchen appliance concept.
The Smeg PVS750 retails for about $2890 and carries a two-year in-home warranty on parts and labour.