Fisher & Paykel has conceived of a cooktop solution driven by the concept of flexibility to meet the needs of the modern cook.
16 January, 2015
Top image: Induction and Gas on Glass Combination Cooktop
Cooking has been at the heart of Fisher & Paykel since 1871, so it’s hardly surprising that the company has developed a deep understanding of the changing trends and patterns in the kitchen over the years.
One important shift that they have identified in recent times is the increasingly global cuisine that is being prepared in our kitchen, which has led to a greater demand for appliances that are flexible enough to achieve a variety of authentic results in cooking.
The cooking surfaces we need to create different dishes require different properties, which is why Fisher & Paykel offers a cooktop solution that combines gas and induction cooktops to create the best of all worlds.
Not only can you mix, but you can also match – the polished metal trim, black reflective glass control panel and black ceramic glass cooking zone are Fisher & Paykel design features that can complement and enhance any modern kitchen. In addition, the Fisher & Paykel selection of gas and induction cooktops come in several different shapes and sizes that can be used together or separately so users can create the best arrangement to suit their cooking style.
Both the Fisher & Paykel Gas on Glass and Fisher & Paykel’s range of Touch&Slide induction cooktops have received the Red Dot award in recognition for their product innovation.
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