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February 2016

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FEBRUARY 2016 RETAILOBSERVER.COM 17 porcelain and fine glasses, are cleaned gently and meticulously. Equipped with folding tines and foldable holders, glass support bars and a third rack for cutlery, large items, cooking utensils or espresso cups, the new dishwasher's interior allows for maximum load flexibility. Additional new features include a holder for long-stemmed glasses and an insert for securing Gaggenau's Gastronorm pans. The new flexible rack system allows for effortless loading and emptying, thanks to its smooth gliding rails on all three levels and an extra-extendable pull-out rack on the top rack. It also features a soft-closing system for the top and bottom rack. The DF 280/281 dishwasher. The fully integrated dishwasher is available in a width of 24-inches and in two tub heights, allowing for more interior space. On handle-less cabinet fronts, the door simply opens with a slight application of pressure, thanks to Gaggenau's push-to-open function. The dishwasher can also be installed with a handle and custom panel; the push-to-open function remains active with this configuration. The dishwashing cycle's remaining time is projected onto the kitchen floor, another special feature of the new models. Consistent with the design of Gaggenau's 400 series ovens, the dishwasher can also be installed with a stainless steel-backed full glass door, which is available as an optional accessory. Gaggenau is a manufacturer of high-quality home appliances "Made in Germany" and acknowledged as an innovative leader in design and technology. During its 330 year history Gaggenau has revolutionized the kitchen time and time again with its internationally acclaimed products. Gaggenau's success is founded on techno- logical innovation and purposeful, minimalistic design to create unparalleled performance. Gaggenau has been a subsidiary of BSH Hausgeräte GmbH in Munich since 1995 and is currently represented in more than 50 countries with flagship showrooms in major cities around the world. In 2014, Gaggenau reached a turnover of approx. 200 million euros. The difference is Gaggenau. VINOTEMP LAUNCHES INDUSTRY FIRST DUAL-ZONE, FRONT-VENTED 300 BOTTLE WINE COOLER Vinotemp's new wine cooler is first-of-its-kind offered in the United States to feature dual-zone cooling, 300 wine bottle capacity and front exhaust for built-in or freestanding installation. Vinotemp ® , a recognized leader in the wine storage, technology and goods industry for 30 years, today announced the launch of the Vinotemp 300 Bottle Dual-Zone Wine Cooler – the first-of-its- kind offered in the United States to feature dual-zone cooling and front exhaust for built-in or freestanding installation. "At Vinotemp we're dedicated to delivering wine storage options that are highly-functional and on trend," states CEO of Vinotemp, India Hynes. "Constant observation of international wine storage trends led us to the efficient and aesthetically pleasing design of the Vinotemp 300 Bottle Dual-Zone. And, we're thrilled to be the first to offer a cooler with such an impressive wine bottle storage capacity along with flexible cooling and installation options here in the United States." In addition to dual-zone cooling, an impressive 300 bottle storage capacity and front venting, the Vinotemp 300 Bottle Dual-Zone Wine Cooler also boasts patented (D711,936) black metal wine racking with a black wooden lip/rack face for a clean, modern appearance – and the shelving is adjustable making it possible to stack bottles within the cooler to achieve maximum storage capacity. The new Vinotemp 300 Bottle Dual-Zone Wine Cooler pictured with stacked wine bottles, allowing for maximum wine bottle storage capacity.

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