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These new appliances from GE, Siemens and more will electrify you.
The slick design with embedded digital controls and a large, 3,700-watt element that provides heat across 19 cooking zones are the hallmark of GE's new Monogram Electronic Induction cooktop. Its digital pan-sensing technology automatically adjusts the heating element to the exact size of the bottom of the pan and detects the presence of pans with magnetic properties. For free information, visit http://cb.ims.ca/5672-263.
Siemens avant-Garde convection oven features a third heating element in the convection fan and a new directional air system to make sure food is evenly cooked. Available in double or single configurations, the electric convection ovens are made from stainless steel and offer a 4.7-cubic-foot capacity. For free information, visit http://cb.ims.ca/5672-264.
LG's new four-door refrigerator offers the accessibility of a French-door refrigerator with the organized storage space of two bottom-mount freezer drawers. According to LG, it is the first four-door French-door refrigerator that includes symmetrically contoured doors. It also has hidden hinges and curved handles for a more modern look. For free information, visit http://cb.ims.ca/5672-265.
The new 24-inch Axxis Laundry line from Bosch offers the largest front-loading washer in its class that, according to the company, can wash up to 14 pairs of jeans at a time. The Logixx computer system runs the wash cycle, conserving water and monitoring clothes at the same time. The companion Condensation Dryer does not require any ducts or vents. For free information, visit http://cb.ims.ca/5672-266.