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This innovative cooktop is the high-end kitchen upgrade you’ve been waiting for

This clever combi cooktop with surface induction and integrated extractor has just bagged a trio of top design awards, including coveted Red Dot Award and iF Design Awards for 2020, as well as a Plus X Award, dished out for technology, sport and lifestyle innovations. 

The Bora X Pure from Krieder is the latest addition to the brand’s Pure cooktop family, a completely flush hob design with advanced slider-based S-Control system that’s all but invisible when the hob is in standby.

The larger cousin to Bora’s Pure cooktop, it boasts four 230mm x 230mm cooking areas, enough for four large pots. Worried about slopping your risotto into the extractor? An integrated drip tray will catch any spills and is easily removed and machine washer safe. A carbon filter neutralises odours if the air isn’t being vented outside, and it’s easily accessible via the air intake on the hob.

The air intake system itself is built around a low noise, energy saving fan. You probably won’t hear it above your multiroom audio system.

As the extractor unit itself is only 20cm deep, you won’t have sacrifice storage space under the cooktop itself…

There’s plenty of pan room despite the integrated extractor

The Bora X Pure also has a bridge function that links the two front cooking zones with those positioned behind, so you can harmonise cooking times. There’s also a three-stage keep-warm function, to  keep dishes at a specific temperature.

And as the extractor unit itself is only 20cm deep, you won’t have to sacrifice storage space under the cooktop itself.  

The cooktop is an independent appliance that drops into a designated slot on your kitchen countertop, unlike a rangetop which slides into a pre-cut space with front facing controls. The cooktop can be powered by gas or electricity. Cooktops allow a huge amount of freedom when it comes to kitchen design. They can be partnered with wall ovens, for a minimal look, or installed on a kitchen island to create a cooking station. 

What is a cooktop?

The cooktop is an independent cooking appliance that drops into a designated slot on your kitchen countertop, unlike a rangetop which slides into a pre-cut space, with controls facing forward. A cooktop can be powered by gas or electricity. Cooktops allow a huge amount of freedom when it comes to kitchen design. They can be partnered with wall ovens, for a minimal contemporary look, or installed on a kitchen island to create a cooking station. 

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