HUB6235 in by Miele in Norwalk, CT - HUB 62-35 Induction gourmet casserole dish For frying, braising and gratinating.

HUB 62-35 Induction gourmet casserole dish For frying, braising and gratinating.

Miele HUB6235

Features

  • Max. cap. approx 18 lbs - Ext. size: WxDxH 42.2 x 37.5 x 8.6 in
  • Made from die-cast aluminum, hand-cast
  • Easy cleaning thanks to high-quality non-stick finish
  • For ovens and all cooktops except gas Cooktops

Quick Specs

  • Type: Misc Range Accessories
  • Width: 42.2"
  • Height: 8.6"
  • Depth: 37.2"
  • Energy Star Rated: No

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Accessories for induction cooking

Suitable for induction cooking Some Miele gourmet oven dishes and pots and pans have a base which is particularly suitable for induction Cooktops.

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Non-stick coating

No sticking Miele Gourmet casserole dishes are made of die-cast aluminum with a high-quality non-stick coating from ILAG. It prevents food from sticking and makes cleaning easy.

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Optimal interaction of appliance and accessories

For perfect results When using genuine Miele accessories with your Miele kitchen appliances you will always achieve perfect results.

FEATURES

Accessories for induction cooking

Some Miele accessories are suitable for use on induction Cooktops.


Non-stick coating

The Genuine Miele Gourmet casserole dishes are finished with a high-quality non-stick coating from ILAG.



USER CONVENIENCE

Optimal interaction of appliance and accessories

Original Miele accessories were developed especially for Miele kitchen appliances to guarantee perfect results.

Features

  • Max. cap. approx 18 lbs - Ext. size: WxDxH 42.2 x 37.5 x 8.6 in
  • Made from die-cast aluminum, hand-cast
  • Easy cleaning thanks to high-quality non-stick finish
  • For ovens and all cooktops except gas Cooktops
  • Without stainless steel cover HBD 60-35

Professional delivery and installation is available for every product we sell. We would be happy to coordinate delivery and installation for you.

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