By Wares March 05, 2019 Small domestic appliances

A round-up of some of the latest local and international small domestic appliances category news.


De‘Longhi has new benchtop MultiOven and MultiGrills.

The De’Longhi MultiOven (above) has all the performance of a conventional oven but provides shorter cooking time and takes up less space, perfect to take away on holiday.

The MultiOven combines three heating elements–heating up three times faster than a conventional oven as well as allowing for consistent uniform cooking, with no energy waste.

Seven different cooking functions cover all cooking needs from starter to dessert; they include bake, convection bake, broil/grill, keep warm and defrost plus two automatic settings for pizza or cookies.

Users can cook on 2 levels at once and the unit has a 24-litre capacity.

For grilling enthusiasts, the De’Longhi MultiGrill‘s integrated heating elements provide exceptional performance and even heat distribution and it can be used as a contact grill or open grill – doubling the surface area.

Six cooking functions allow for ease of use to cook burgers, paninis and grill delicious meats, fish and vegetables. Includes a timer function with a recipe app making meal times easy and convenient.


Available in March Nespresso’s new Lattissima One (EN500B) enables users to indulge themselves with top-quality Cappuccino and Lattes in the comfort of their home.

Its new fresh milk system is easy to use and clean and offers two programmable coffee selections for Espresso or Lungo and also has pictograms on the milk jug that indicates the exact quantity of milk needed to prepare a perfect Cappuccino or Latte Macchiato.


Unlike regular juicers, the Luxe Slow Juicer features a clever low speed juicing method that efficiently works to gently press fruit and vegetables, in turn resulting in maximum vitamins, minerals and enzymes and minimal pulp for your morning juice.

Also available is the Inspire Range featuring a unique rippled texture that brings a contemporary element to any benchtop.

The Inspire Kettle features a removable filter, Perfect Pour spout and Rapid Boil Zone that boils one cup in less than a minute, saving up to 68% energy.

The Inspire Toaster comes in four or two slice models with defrost, reheat and cancel functions with variable browning control, extra wide, self-centering slots with high lift and a removable crumb tray.


Sunbeam’s HeatSoft Hand Mixer features patent pending HeatSoft technology that softens cold ingredients to ideal baking consistency in under 2½ minutes, producing better baking results.

Seven variable speeds offer control and precision from delicate meringues to cookie dough and includes a Burst of Power feature to handle thick batters.

The HeatSoft Hand Mixer comes with stainless steel beaters, dough hooks and a whisk to complete a range of mixing tasks from beating and mixing, to kneading and whisking.

The mixer, all the attachments and the cord can be handily stored in the storage case to help keep cupboards neat and tidy.

Following the London collection, Sunbeam’s latest city-inspired breakfast set is the New York Collection.

This stylish series currently includes the TA440 toaster in three colour sets that features QuickCheck to check the browning progress without interrupting the toasting cycle, nine browning settings and defrost, reheat and cancel buttons.

Dual controls mean users can toast two or four slices at different browning levels.

The KE4430 kettle features a SmoothFlex function with a smooth push button to activate soft the opening lid, a 1.7L Capacity and a powerful 2400 watt rapid boil element.

Both models have the new Bright Lights feature that illuminates the models when they are in operation and have a 12 month replacement guarantee.

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