White Open Zone Induction Hob – Cool!

White Open-Zone Induction Hob Joins Intelligent Cooking from Amica

Induction cooking gets another boost this month with the introduction of a new white model from Amica

The clean lines and bevelled edge of the new Amica white induction hob provides a blend of minimalism and advanced, flexible functionality for today’s contemporary interiors.

The centre of each heating zone on the elegant, white easy-clean glass surface is indicated only by a small star.  The four zones – 2 x 22cm and 2 x 18cm – are controlled using a centrally located front flush direct touch sensor panel.  A slider control provides quick and smooth one-touch operation to ensure speed of operation without rotary controls or knobs which may harbour germs.

LED numbers indicate the selected power level with heating options 1-9 and an anti-burn warm setting – perfect for sauces or melting butter and chocolate.  A child lock, minute minder and pause button provide temporary and instant relief from direct heat. Each of the zones has its own booster and timer and cooking is automatic, the open zone hob is able to detect a pan anywhere on its surface.

This powerful hob offers all the benefits of cooking with induction – quicker with less energy wastage and easy clean – perfect for today’s modern home life.

For further information on Amica’s range of appliances, visit www.amica-international.co.uk. Trade enquiries about the new white induction hob are welcome at 01425 461600 and sales@amica-international.co.uk.

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Please contact Deborah Risbridger, DRA Public Relations. Tel: 01425 461600. E-mail: deborah@drapublicrelations.co.uk

Date issued: 10th Oct 2012

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Smart Oven with Tablet-Type Screen – brilliant!

 

 

Amica to introduce @micaSmart – at the heart of the kitchen

The UK’s protected brand, Amica, is bringing the easiest to use technology to cooking with the introduction of a brand new 7” fully-interactive touch-control TFT programmer on the t                         op models from its Platinum oven collection.

In a leap forward from the brand’s innovative i-Cook Timer, launched with its 2011 Platinum collection, @micaSmart is a 7” interactive touch control colour screen and programmer.   The @micaSmart graphic interface provides fluid finger movement control which mirrors the icons of smart phones and tablets and also includes speakers with a wave sound system.

 

With Web connectivity and a desktop application, ovens that feature @micaSmart are supplied with a mini memory stick to upload personal recipes and even pictures.  @micaSmart comes with a multimedia cookbook comprising over 50 recipes, each explaining the method of preparation as well as pre-programmed functions to help make every dish a success!

 

Periodic software updates supply the ovens with the latest technological advancements and new recipes are available to choose and download. Users also have the ability to create and view photo albums as a digital picture show with the programmer becoming a photo frame when not in use. The online portal offers a users’ forum and the opportunity to take part in culinary competitions.

 

For further information, visit www.amica-international.co.uk, call 01425 461600 or email sales@amica-international.co.uk.

 

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For additional media information please contact  Debs Risbridger e. Deborah@drapublicrelations.co.uk   Tel. 01425 461600  Mob. 07767 784295.

 

16.10.2012

 

PERSIMMON HOMES DONATE TO WOUNDED SOLDIERS CHARITY PILGRIM BANDITS

Persimmon Homes South Coast release
3 October 2012

HAMPSHIRE CHARITY SCOOPS £6,000 COMPETITION PRIZE

A Hampshire charity has narrowly missed out on winning a brand new house from a national housebuilder.

But New Milton based charity Pilgrim Bandits did scoop a £6,000 runner up prize in the competition to celebrate Persimmon Homes’ 40th birthday.

Pilgrim Bandits was one of 24 charities competing by public vote for the three bedroom detached house in Andover valued at £250,000. The winner of the competition, The Harley Staples Trust, was announced during a glittering birthday lunch at Kensington Roof Gardens on Thursday.

The Pilgrim Bandits raise funds through challenges to support ex-serviceman and amputees. The group organises fundraising – and confidence-boosting – endurance and adrenaline adventures for members of the public and injured ex-servicemen.
Deborah Risbridger, spokesman for Pilgrim Bandits, said “It’s hard to be disappointed when the house went to such a worthy charity – we came away with a very welcome £6,000 which we plan to use for a number of expeditions for service men during 2013.”
Andrew Golawski, managing director of Persimmon Homes South Coast, said: “In total, Persimmon Homes had more than 3,500 nominations for the competition, so for Pilgrim Bandits to make the final was a brilliant achievement.”

Persimmon Homes was founded in 1972 by current life president Duncan Davidson and has grown to be one of the largest and most successful housebuilders in the UK over the last 40 years.

For more information visit the Persimmon Homes website at http://www.persimmonhomes.com

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Issued by Connect PR for Persimmon Homes South Coast. For more information please contact Caroline Garbett or Sam Taylor on 01902 714957 or email caroline.garbett@connect-group.com / sam.taylor@connect-group.com
Picture caption – Left Deborah Risbridger, centre Pilgrim Bandits, Lance Bdr Ben Parkinson Patron of Pilgrim Bandits. Mike Farley, CEO Persimmon Homes Right: Andrew Golawski, MD South Persimmon Homes.