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The new AGA City60

PUBLISHED: 16:20 12 September 2014 | UPDATED: 08:35 14 May 2015

The AGA City60 in rose

The AGA City60 in rose

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Celebrate the arrival of the new 60cm-wide AGA City60 at one of the many events planned across the UK.

AGA is to stage a series of events at its shops across the country to showcase the new 60cm-wide AGA City60, which will be on display for the first time. The events – on September 20th – will include a series of demonstrations throughout the day, along with a host of special cookware offers. Full details, including your nearest showroom, are available at www.agaliving.com

The launch of the new AGA City60 means everyone will be able to find an AGA that fits perfectly. The new model is everything you would expect from an AGA, but wrapped up in a smaller, more city-friendly package.

And, just like other iconic AGA cookers, it’s made from cast iron and employs radiant heat cooking technology, meaning all the flavour, goodness and moisture is locked in. In the winter you can enjoy the indefinable AGA warmth in the kitchen and in the summer your AGA City60 can be on when you need it and off when you don’t.

The AGA City60 is fully factory finished, is room vented so can be sited anywhere, and is mounted on wheels so is easy to move around or take with you if you relocate. The new cooker can be ordered now and deliveries will begin in September.

Two ovens

There are two ovens, offering roasting, baking and simmering functions and a hotplate, which enables you to boil and simmer. The top oven can also be switched between baking and roasting modes. The bottom oven is for simmering.

Versatile hotplate

Can be set either to simmering or boiling. In boiling mode, the surrounding top plate can be used as an additional area for simmering. In simmering mode, this outer area can be used as a warming plate, for example to melt chocolate or soften butter.

Programmable main oven

The ovens will take 40 minutes to an hour to heat up and the hotplate 8-11 minutes. But the main oven – which can be set to either baking or roasting – can be fully programmable and can have up to three events pre-set per day.

Available in 14 colours including two new shades, Rose and Lemon. The new cooker can be ordered now.

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