Who loves free food, cooked (or baked) and prepared by a professional chef? There’s even a little bubbly on offer too! Twice a year Counter Interiors like to hold Live Kitchen Events stuffed full with great food, drink and guidance. These events are held at our showroom and hosted by expert food economists who really know their stuff.
This year Neff are celebrating 140 years of inspiring creativity and their design team appear to have gone into overdrive. Both the electric hob and extractor hood ranges have been gifted some pretty cool introductions.
After 140 years of coming up with fresh innovative features, you’d think ideas would be pretty thin on the ground by now, however they just keep on coming. Their unique and extremely useful features are the reason why CoolBrands list Neff on their site.
It’s a tough game designing the ‘follow up’. How many sequel’s can you remember that were actually any good? Most were just made for the franchise and packed full of gimmicks. The leave you feeling like you could have spent those precious hours doing something, anything more inspiring than putting yourself through yet another dinosaur related ‘epic’.
Somehow, Neff follow release after release with stuff we never knew we wanted. Little design tricks that make life simple. Take the Fire Twist Pad for example, this little device sits at the front of the hob and is used to operated all the hobs controls. It replaces the Twist&Point system which used a detachable button. There was and still is nothing wrong with the Twist&Point, it’s intuitive, responsive and makes controlling the hob a breeze. Lose it though and it’ll cost you the best part of £50 to replace it.
As a result, Neff have slimmed down the Twist&Point into a sleek housing located on the front of the hob. Result? The TwistPadFire. No more lost controllers or knocking it on to the floor, it now sits safe and securely at the front of the hob. That’s not it’s only party trick; the Fire Twist Pad is also splash proof, bash proof and kid proof. It illuminates when in operation and can be linked to the latest line of extractor hobs to control your ventilation from the hob, all from one control.