The luxury Neff T23S36N0GB is a 4-burner hob featuring cast iron pan supports and stylish oval front controls on a strip of black glass. It complements all of Neffs new ovens. This hob fits into a standard size cut-out and can accommodate a drawer underneath for vital cooking utensils. With flame failure safety cut-out and automatic ignition. Adaptable for LPG (jet included).
The stylish Neff T23S36N0GB Gas Hob would look great in any kitchen, with its stainless steel finish and sophisticated design. The four gas hobs are protected by the cast-iron pan supports, and with the stylish front controls it is very easy to operate. The controls are bevelled for a better grip with wet hands, and ignition is accomplished via a simple twist of the knob. With a safety cut-out
Neff is your partner in the kitchen designed to make your kitchen a pleasure. Constantly refining and upgrading the range to keep it fresh and technically advanced. With Neff you can be sure it will always live up to its looks. For quick and convenient cooking you need look no further than this well-featured hob. Additional features include:4 burner hob 2 piece black cast iron pan supports with
Neff Baily Beanie - BlackThe Baily beanie is a classic example of a Neff Beanie that is ready for any occasion. Whether you wear this beanie on the streets or on the mountains it wont let you down. Neff has designed there beanie range to look great on guys and girls as well as being lighweight and super soft.Features:Material - 100% AcrylicStyle - SlouchPattern - Black tie dye style
You wear your heart on your sleeve, but your style at a fingertips reach with these rad gloves from Neff.Stretch poly-twill 2x PU coated chassis.Pre-curve finger design for a better fit.Synthetic leather palm with no-slip silicon grip.Pull tab on palm facing side for an easier on and off.Neoprene wrist with hook-and-loop closure for a secure fit.Neff logo at wrist.Shell: 20% neoprene, 75% nylon,
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