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A more accessible range of cooking pianos

A more accessible range of cooking pianos

Aware that cooking enthusiasts all dream of buying a cooking piano but that price can be a real obstacle, Falcon offers a whole new "Access" range with lower prices and no compromise in quality. Explanations. Since 1830, Falcon has never ceased to seduce demanding cooks with stoves fitted with at least two ovens, massive doors, reliable and silent hinges and an impeccable finish. And to democratize the use of this highly prized kitchen equipment, the brand now offers two "entry level" cooking pianos. However, quality has not been overlooked and the Kitchener and Arleston pianos are made in the same factories in England, use 95% recyclable materials and have an energy efficiency class A. Indeed, the lighter prices can be explained by a reduced number of accessories (no wok or plancha supports for example) and a higher production volume. So, you can treat yourself to Arleston (from 1500 euros) which includes two ovens, five gas fires and a grill. Unless you prefer the Kitchener model (1700 euros), the emblematic model of the brand revised and corrected for 2012 in order to offer a look that is both vintage and contemporary. > More info on www.falconfrance.com