DeLonghi Sizzles With New BBQ Range

Written by Mendelson Tiu     30/09/2008 | 01:49 | Category: OUTDOOR

The new range of barbecues and outdoor cooking centres from DeLonghi claims to outperform even the best equipped kitchens as it comes with features such as a rotisserie, smoke burner, and even a side wok burner.

DeLonghi Sizzles With New BBQ Range


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With a choice of two freestanding models - the 7 burner model DELUX7FS21 for $2,499 or 9 burner DELUX9FS21 for $3,499 and a built-in 8 burner model DELUX8BIS21 ($2,999), the new Delonghi barbecue range can handle even the biggest of gatherings.

According to DeLonghi, the new range has been developed to stand up to the harsh Australian climate. It uses a high grade 21CT stainless steel, which has increased chromium content to ensure higher corrosion resistance, comes pre-assembled with heavy duty casters for greater manoeuvrability, and also includes battery powered electronic ignition, ceramic flame tamers, slide out gas cylinder storage shelf, and storage drawers. A durable outdoor cover is also provided.

DeLonghi will also be launching a range of Outdoor Modular Cooking Cabinets, which comprises of fully assembled modular cabinets and drawers with heavy duty casters, built-in side burners, built-in sink and tap, corner units, as well as a refrigerator option.

See: www.delonghi.com.au


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