Panasonic is the exclusive product placement partner for Channel 4’s much anticipated UK version of new cooking series, The Taste, coming to Tuesday nights from 7th January 2014. The product placement partnership will showcase Panasonic’s new integrated induction hobs and ovens, as well as American style refrigerators throughout the ten week series. Based on the US hit format, the first UK series of The Taste will see TV cook and bestselling author, Nigella Lawson, and her fellow judges, American chef Anthony Bourdain and French chef Ludo Lefebvre, battle it out over ten weeks to find The Taste’s first British winner.
Our economic, ‘A’ energy-rated oven offers superb cooking performance with a range of innovative features, including flush electrostatic touch control, a Pyrolytic self-clean mode, a rotisserie setting that allows for the perfect roast, and cool-touch door for heightened safety.
Finished in fingerprint-proof stainless steel or reflective black-glass, effective cooking never looked so good.
Nobody enjoys the chore of cleaning ovens. But our new electric oven makes it easier than ever. During clean mode, the oven locks itself before raising the temperature to 500°C, burning all the dirt and grease off and leaving you to simply wipe away the ash.
The glazing on the Panasonic electric oven’s door not only delivers excellent energy efficiency, but also ensures the outside of the oven remains cool and safe to touch, whatever’s cooking on the inside.
Economic and efficient A energy rating
The oven boasts an A energy rating, made more impressive considering its large capacity. Eco mode, fan assistance and a bottom heating element are examples of the low energy consuming technology inside.
Fingerprint-proof stainless steel
Fingerprint-proof stainless steel or black-glass finish complementing the intuitive flat touch controls and blue-LED styling.
Free Le Creuset Wok Or Balti offer
Receive a free Le Creuset wok or balti when you purchase a Panasonic built-in induction hob or and integrated oven between 01/09/2014 and 31/12/2014. Find out more >