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Thread: Advice for Kitchen Stove, Hood and Hob

  1. #41
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    Add a modern elegant feel to your kitchen with the new Turbo metallic silver glass hob! =)

  2. #42
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    If you're a new home owner, Turbo has a great deal for you!

  3. #43
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    I got a typical small kitchen and i find that new built-in hob by Turbo fits perfectly. It's an induction hob. I save on space and also it is so easy to clean! Save alot of time too!
    Last edited by aliciaong; 07-27-2018 at 01:21 AM.

  4. #44
    Need a good powerful flame cooking hob for that wok hei effect!

  5. #45
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    Can try the new T772SSV by Turbo - 2 burner cooking hob.

  6. #46
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    If you're one who does "heavy-duty" cooking, its better to not use glass hob. I would recommend stain-steel hob.

  7. #47
    with Christmas just around the corner and all that crazy bakings to do and if you have a big and spacious oven like the one i have at home, it can take up a lot of time. The oven i'm using is big and i can load in so many of my bakes in one go, save me a lot of time. I'm using Turbo's built in oven btw.

  8. #48
    Just shared a promotion! Buy any Turbo products worth $200 and above you get to redeem a free reversible umbrella!
    Also, if you have a small kitchen or if you're someone who only does light cooking at home, you can check out their new TA65 series hob.

  9. #49
    the brand-new Turbo TA65 series of cooker hoods comprises one first-of-its-kind 70cm model in the market. This TA65 series also have 60cm and 90cm models to suit your kitchen.

  10. #50
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    If you're getting a cooker hob, look out for one which flames are angled at 45 degrees, it is the most energy-efficient angle for heating up your food.

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