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The Sub-Zero Group’s Wolf Appliance brand has partnered with Hamilton Beach to create a collection of housewares for the kitchen. The exclusive licensing agreement provides customers with a line of luxury counter-top appliances and cooking tools that will be sold to select retailers.
The collection includes a 10-piece cookware set, a six-piece cutlery set (including kitchen scissors and honing steel), a countertop oven, a blender and two- and four-slice toasters.
The convection countertop oven features unique perimeter convection which provides uniform heat surrounding and circulating the food. Home chefs will appreciate the reduction in cooking time by up to twenty-five percent. The oven has 6 cook modes and will hold a 9″ x 13″ casserole.
Pricing will range from $399 for the two-slice toaster, $499 for the countertop oven, $479 for the four-slice toaster and $599 for the blender.
I could not locate information as to whether these items are made domestically or internationally.
Hamilton Beach Brands, Inc. is a wholly owned subsidiary of NACCO Industries, Inc.
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