Miele CombiSet Cooktop Collection Wins Design Honor
Dec 29, 2009
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Miele recently won Interior Design’s Merit award in the appliance category for its newly updated CombiSet cooktop collection. The product range allows customers to pool a variety of power sources together, creating their ultimate, personalized cooking surface.

Miele’s updated CombiSets launched earlier this year feature a new stainless design, with sleek steel knobs and an ergonomically inclined control panel. The line boasts new products including an induction unit and a Japanese Tepan Yaki. A slightly larger width of 15” on various models now offers small space chefs room for large pots.

Invented by the Japanese, Tepan Yaki is a heated stainless steel surface that provides unmatched sautéing results. The secret is the intensive contact heat surface that seals in juices. The Tepan Yaki is equipped with two separate heating circuits that can warm vegetables on the rear while simultaneously searing fine fillets on the front. Miele’s Tepan Yaki (model CS 1326 Y) is offered in a 15-inch width.

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