Ian Dunn Woodwork & Design have been working alongside BORA since summer of 2017 and are delighted with their innovative glass ceramic induction cooktop extraction.
BORA’s principles surround the elimination of ‘cooking vapours and odours’. The powerful extractor pulls these vapours using a cross flow before spreading. While grease finds itself trapped in the stainless steal filter, therefore eliminating those smells, leaving the kitchen smelling fresh.
'Innovation not imitation'
They are proud to state their 7 benefits:
With its intelligent touch to operate and automatic communication, the BORA Basic doesn’t fail in high-performance and attractiveness.
Ranging from induction and ceramic to exhaust and recirculation.
Versatile and efficient, the BORA Classic combines high quality and power. It seamlessly allows six different domino style cooktops to work to your preferences. From a Tepan and gas to a ceramic hob.
Winner of the 2017 Red Dot Award, the BORA Professional is the definition of functionality and design. Boasting all the benefits from the BORA Basic and Classic, the BORA Professional integrates smooth control knobs.
‘We moved from gas to induction and have had no issues with the transition. Boiling water is really quick and the zones work well.
The extraction is great – you get a sense of how effective it is when you see the deposits that are left inside – and the fact you can pull out and put in the dishwasher an added bonus.
Overall we’re really pleased and the space saving by not having to fit an extractor hood or pop up is fantastic' - Lou
The TV Campaign
Everyone can now understand the BORA principle with their TV advert launched between now and the end of January 2018. For a sneak peak click here
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6/12/2022 09:12:51 pm
Very creaative post
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