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Thermador CIT36XKB

"It's no fish ye're buying."
—Robert Falcon Scott

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About the Thermador CIT36XKB Induction build-in cooktop

General Description

The Thermador CIT36XKB is a "zoneless" unit: you can place up to four cooking vessels of any size and shape--so long as they all fit on the cooktop--in any orientation or location. This is a huge plus if you regularly use such things as grills, griddles, fish pans, and other such non-round or oversize cookware.

(There is a similar unit available from Gaggenau, which is another part of the BSH appliance conglomerate.)


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Thermador CIT36XKB
(maker's product page)
similar model: CIT36XKBB

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