It was a whirlwind week at KBIS 2016 in Las Vegas, Nevada, as we shared with the masses the 2016 launch of several new AGA ranges! The reception of our booth was extraordinary as we didn’t have a moment of downtime the entire three-day show. Whether prompting media attention for the Mercury range or enjoying delicious foods cooked on the AGA cast iron 7-oven range, it was obvious AGA ranges were a huge hit! Enjoy reading our KBIS 2016 Recap – AGA Ranges below and be sure to click on the various links to read the full article reviews.
KBIS 2016 Recap – AGA Ranges
First Impressions – AGA Mercury Range from Reviewed.com
“This British luxury range is unlike anything else you can buy.” Keith Barry
The AGA Mercury received quite the attention at this year’s show! We were elated with its reception and greatly appreciated the feedback from those who attended. The Mercury boasts an extra-large five-burner induction cooktop as well as a powerful five-burner gas cooktop. The design style is in a league of its own while the luxury range exhibits requisite precision. Here is a sampling of what Reviewed.com had to say:
For now, though, just feast your eyes on these gorgeous ranges. Up top, you’ve got your choice of a massive, five-burner induction cooktop or gas burners. Down below, there are three ovens: a multi-function oven with convection and customizable burners, a large oven that can fit a 25 lb. turkey, and a pull-out grill for everything from toast to steak tips.
Every door on this UK-built range opened with the heft of a luxury car, and the dials and knobs all turned with exquisite precision. Even without any food on it, getting some hands-on time with the Mercury at Design and Construction Week was a joy.
First Look – AGA Professional Range from Reviewed.com
“If there’s such a thing as value in luxury goods, this AGA is it.” Keith Barry
Our new line of AGA Professional Ranges gives the luxury market just what they’ve been asking for from AGA. Ranges to suite the replacement market now available in 30″, 36″ and 48″ sizes. The AGA Professional line offers traditional Pro style and power in gorgeous stainless steel. Functionality such as RapidBake Convection™, True Dual Flame™ double ring brass burners and Cool Flow™ Range Top Technology set these new ranges apart from the rest. Here is a sampling of what Reviewed.com had to say:
On specs alone, the 36-inch AGA appears to provide impressive internal competition. Both appliances have 4.9-cu.-ft. ovens, both offer self-cleaning, and both boast industrial designs. The Viking has six burners with one that tops out at 18,500 BTU, plus multiple 15,000 BTU burners. The 36-inch AGA has five burners and maxes at 17,500 with a few lower-powered ones. Both have convection, but Viking has a proprietary single-fan version while AGA has two fans.
Feel the Burn: AGA Introduces a 48″ Induction Cooktop from Digital Trends
In addition to the Mercury range that captivated the masses, the 7-oven AGA Cast Iron Range in Aqua made quite the headlines! Unveiling our “Build Your Own AGA” concept the cast iron AGA range boasts amazing colors, cooktop choices and integrated solutions so you may create the AGA which suites your lifestyle, cooking needs and kitchen space. Here is a sampling of what Jenny McGrath from Digital Trends had to say:
Invented by a Nobel Prize-winning physicist and coming in colors like rose, lemon, and pistachio, AGA cast iron ranges are definitely eye-catching. The luxury brand was at the 2016 Kitchen and Bath Industry Show in Las Vegas this week, along with a couple new offerings.
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