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Dec 20, 2017

Dacor Modernist Pro Dual-Fuel Range

Dacor Modernist Oven Range

Part of the Modernist Collection, the Pro Dual-Fuel Range offers steam roasting and steam baking, 22,000-BTU burners, illuminated knobs, and an LCD touchscreen control pad. Available in either a 36-inch (shown) or 48-inch size, the range also includes sealed brass burners, an integrated electric griddle, and a convection oven. The Dacor iQ app lets homeowners remotely monitor and control the oven using a smartphone, and Bluetooth connectivity connects the range directly to the range hood.

The Modernist Collection includes the entire kitchen appliance set, including column refrigeration, ranges, ovens, cooktops, dishwashers, microwave drawer, warming drawer, and other products. The brand says the line is marked by durable yet luxurious materials; simple, clean lines; and an array of consumer interaction points that make every product experience memorable and fun. Products in the line also feature TechCraft—the fusion of craftsmanship, provocative design features, and technology such as Wi-Fi connectivity.


About Dacor:

Since our founding more than 50 years ago, Dacor has tirelessly followed the principles of Techcraft to create new ways of making the time we spend with friends and family more enjoyable. Combining advanced technology with the artistry of precision craftsmanship, these principles have led us to continuously push the boundaries of what’s possible in the kitchen. Thinking beyond the functional purpose of the products we make, to the emotional role they play in your life. We see the kitchen as a space for togetherness, and the act of cooking and sharing meals as a way to make deeper connections, create new memories and share laughs. And it’s through these principles that we continue to imagine, innovate and lead the way forward, reinventing the idea of what an appliance should be, and what a kitchen can be, to improve performance, inspire creativity and entice collaboration.

Source: Dacor

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