Turning the spotlight on the NEW LOOK AGA
AGA is thrilled to introduce the New Look AGA – a styling option that blends the heritage and trusted cooking performance of the kitchen icon with a stunning contemporary design vision. The heart of the cooker remains the same, but brand new styling features give the design classic real modernity. It means those looking to make a real style statement in the kitchen can have the very best of both worlds – the peerless cooking capability for which AGA ranges are renowned combined with distinctive styling touches that give the famous cooker eye-catching élan.
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Available on the 3-oven AGA Total Control and the 3-oven AGA Dual Control.
Among the new features are a redesigned handrail, nylon-coated hotplate handles, a defining baseplate plinth in a chrome-plated finish and a modern take on the AGA badge to underline this new model’s contemporary credentials. The New Look AGA – an option on all 3-oven AGA Total Control and AGA Dual Control models – will be available from 1st June 2014.
The AGA New Look design includes:
Stunningly sleek and tactile, the stainless steel New Look AGA handrail features redesigned brackets made from chrome-plated aluminium.
NEW HOTPLATE HANDLES
Consumers now have a choice between the original chrome-plated handles or a statement-making new design made from nylon-coated steel.
The New Look AGA badge is made from chrome-plated zinc alloy and is recognisably AGA. It looks fantastic and it’s high-shine finish makes this new model really zing.
NEW DOOR PLATE
A stainless steel plate has been added to the front of the New Look AGA, which works brilliantly with the revised, stainless steel door catches.
NEW DOOR HINGES
While the doors remain the same as those on all AGA cookers, the New Look AGA features a hinge lug spring in chrome-plated zinc alloy.
NEW BASE PLINTH
The chrome-plated plinth fascia makes a real style statement. Traditionally it was black, but this new metal finish offers a completely different take.
See more photographs and read the full press release here.