Looking at the Electrolux Angoria when shut, you may wonder what it is, if not mistaking it for a soft laptop sleeve. The unconventional appliance is covered in a plushy felt jacket and closes with the help of a magnetized plastic flap. It sports a tag and gently curving contours to its super slim profile.
Opening up Ana Marta's culinary contraption reveals two sunken hotplates coated in a non-stick PTFE Teflon. A graphene layer insulates between the two materials and a touch-sensitive strip along the side acts as the control panel for choosing the elements' temperatures.
The innovation within the Electrolux Angoria stove extends to its USB power connection, its compactness, its user-friendliness and its clever cooling system that works when it's dipped into water.
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