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Very neat looking unit, touch controls, there must be as much again behind the scenes and two groups !!, ambitious ?, large family ? or pipe dream ?.

Bet you could get two good counter top machines for the same price as this unit and still part sink them in, my two penny worth.

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KTD said:
Planning a new kitchen and just stumbled across these. Anybody know anything about them? Looking kind of awesome

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I can see that winning alot of points from other halves with the workings hidden away under the counter.

Looks like it may have a PID too.
 

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If it was a reasonable price I'd buy the single one but having just seen a price in Australian dollars I think I've just blown the entire kitchen budget so will have to give it a miss!
 

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Holy sh!t I double dare you, and then invite us all over.
 

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ashcroc said:
Would get around your repainting problems nicely.
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Haha don't paint it just bury it into a worktop. I'd be too scared the rats would get at it
 

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Mildred is a gadget person, she must have fell asleep in front of the tele....

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MildredM said:
Sorry, I was busy. That Silestone isn't an easy thing to cut . . .
Could use a Chammer & Hisel for that distressed look 'M' and put the chippings down the drive.

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MildredM said:
Shhhhhh please . . . The new-kitchen fitters don't like all these interruptions
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I presume 'Sir' is keeping out of mischief under the table .... still.

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