LG has a new, high-end kitchen suite.
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LG just unveiled its Signature Kitchen Suite at the 2016 Design and Construction Week in Las Vegas. It promises high-end products for homeowners and homebuilders alike, adding connectivity functions to a superior fit and finish.
It's important to note that the word "Signature" gets two uses in the LG world: A product wearing the Signature badge is simply a flagship, whether it's a TV or an air purifier. The Signature Kitchen Suite, however, is its own entity—a line of appliances that don't have an LG logo and that are designed to fit together.
Here’s a look at the first products to wear the Signature Kitchen Suite badge.
This built-in refrigerator is designed with a high-end fit and finish for upscale kitchens. Flat doors, LED lighting, a hidden icemaker, and stainless controls help it blend in with other appliances.
• MSRP $9,799
• Energy Star qualified
• 25.6 cu. ft. of capacity
• SmartThinQ functionality for remote monitoring and diagnosis
• Dual evaporators, single linear compressor
LG’s popular door-in-door feature comes to the luxury space with this counter-depth refrigerator.
• MSRP $4,499
• 23.7 cu. ft. of capacity
• 36-inch width
• Energy Star rating
• Smart functionality
Both sizes of electric cooktops come with stainless trim, a printed ceramic surface, smart functionality, and touch controls.
• MSRP $1,499 for 30-inch, $1,699 for 36-inch
• 3200-watt UltraHeat burner
• Flexible element sizes
In both sizes, gas cooktops have cast-iron grates, backlit controls, and smart functionality that alerts you if you left a burner on.
• MSRP $1,599 for 30-inch, $1,799 for 36-inch
• 18,500 BTU brass UltraHeat burners
• Metal knobs
Both gas and electric ranges have tilted displays, swiveling handles, soft-close doors, plus LG’s unique EasyClean and ProBake convection features. The UPSE3024ST is a rare 30-inch radiant electric range, as most upscale ranges feature induction or gas.
• MSRP $4,999 for electric, $4,599 for gas
• UltraHeat 3200-watt burner on electric, 18,500 BTU burner on gas.
• Wi-Fi connectivity
• Metal knobs and rounded, swiveling handle
Whether you choose the single or double wall oven, you get a soft-close door and a handle that swivels in your hand for easy opening and closing. The 4.7 cu. ft. oven cavity comes with EasyClean.
With humidity-based sensor cooking, convection technology, and downloadable recipes, LG has designed this 1.7 cu. ft. over-the-range microwave to function as a second oven. (MSRP $999)
The Signature dishwasher puts all LG technologies into one machine. It’s designed for integrated installation with cabinetry, and has a swiveling handle that moves with your hand as you open the door.
• MSRP $1,699
• 40 dB operation
• TurboSteam for gentle cleaning and loosening caked-on foods
• MultiMotion wash arm for better coverage and a faster wash
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