Appliance manufacturer Caple has reinvented its Sense range with a completely new aesthetic, to complement contemporary kitchens. A collection of five ovens, one steam oven, two microwaves, one coffee machine and a warming drawer compile to create this new, high-performance appliance collection.
Modern and functional, the Sense models also feature full touch controls and strikingly stylish black glass fronts. The black glass finish dominates nearly the entire frontage of each appliance, with only two slim-line stainless steel strips at the top and bottom of the fascia and one that delineates the control panel. The appliances have been specially designed to sit together in a seamlessly beautiful bank.
Caple’s Managing Director, Danny Lay, explained what sets the new Sense range apart: “We have a unique cooking function we have developed called MotionHeat+. Produced across the entire new Sense collection, the fan draws in the hot air and recirculates it in an even motion in the cavity. It reaches the desired temperature rapidly and there is no need to preheat, which will ultimately help you save time and money. It’s perfect for multi-level cooking as you no longer have to worry about flavour and aroma transfer and you can achieve even cooking results.”
Bringing this sophisticated selection to consumers’ attention, Caple has partnered with Michelin-starred chef Josh Eggleton on a new advertising campaign that will showcase the true functionality and style of the Sense range. Eggleton already plays a key part in the company’s running, being its professional brand ambassador. He is perhaps best known for his appearance on BBC2’s The Great British Menu and owns Bristol’s renowned eatery The Pony and Trap. Putting the rich chocolate ganache on the metaphorical cake, Eggleton has also devised a series of recipe cards, depicting mouth-watering dishes, that will be distributed with every cooking model in the Sense range.Caple | caple.co.uk