Icons rarely go out of style, and although there are big differences between the EB333 of 30 years ago and the new 2017 version, the distinctive craftmanship that characterizes the Gaggenau brand is well-looked-after.
This individual 90 cm oven is virtually a jewel. Made in an almost artisanal way, in a time when everything seems to be made by machines. Gaggenau’s signature high quality and durability is engraved on its making and materials, elements that undoubtedly make this oven more than a luxury appliance, they make it a classic in the kitchen.
The new versions of a German classic
The new EB333 has an imposing design and infallible performance; it is the best sample of the vanguard design philosophy of the brand. Its predecessors, the EB374 (1986), EB378 (1989), and the EB388 (1998 and 2004) were ovens that marked an era and were preferred by both kitchen professionals and home users. This new version seeks to improve on the history of its predecessors and become the preference of anyone who wants to bake with precision, offering the benefits of the newest in technology.
Amongst the variations of this Gaggenau classic is the EB333 110, which is a multifunctional oven. Made of stainless steel, a material which is always present in this brand, it incorporates a TFT touch screen that makes its operation simple and intuitive. The front panel of the door is created from a single sheet of 3 mm stainless steel that covers the entire 90 cm characteristic of this model.
Among the features that make this version unique, there is a cushioned closing mechanism that will avoid that bothersome bump noise that some ovens make. It comes with diagonal lighting for visualization of what is being baked, a pyrolytic system for automatic cleaning (which undoubtedly many will be thankful for) and the introduction of 17 cooking methods, with thermo probe, rotating rotisserie, and pizza stone.
With a capacity of 83 liters, its temperature control allows it to handle intervals ranging from 50ºC to 300ºC. It also has a hot air fan that when turning in both directions allows a more consistent distribution of heat in the unit. As if all of that was not enough, the glass door is thermo-insulated, it’s safe for children and features a cooling system with temperature protection that will allow you to bake at ease and with complete peace of mind.
In short, the return of the classic EB333 guarantees Gaggenau one more point in its commitment to revolutionize the way of conceiving kitchens.