When the temperature falls, curling up indoors with a book or the new TV series calls for a few creature comforts. The latest ideas from Kambrook can warm up the family on the inside with delicious slow cooked meals, while surrounding everyone in cosiness with the latest heating appliances.
As cold weather creeps in, so too does a craving for comfort foods. Kambrook’s Pressure Express digital multi cooker is the one pot wonder that can sauté, slow and pressure cook, prepare brown and white rice to perfection, create tender soups, curries, stews as well as desserts. Opt for pre-set programs or manually adjust the intuitive digital control panels. It even has an audible chime to alert when food is ready to serve.
The 2000 watt KCE240 ceramic tower heater from Kambrook is perfect for warming up smaller spaces such as a bedroom or study. Two heat settings plus a fan only setting help to circulate warm air, and can be adjusted via a handy remote from the comfort of the bed or sofa. Other useful features include an LED screen with room temperature display and an eight hour timer.
Offering a luxurious touch of Sherpa and microplush, the Day Dreamer reversible heated throw from Kambrook is a must-have for winter. Adjust the level of warmth using three variable heat settings on the detachable controller. Offering peace of mind, the heated throw has an auto-off safety feature and Thermoguard overheat protection. The Day Dreamer can also be thrown in the wash and stored away when warmer weather returns.
Kambrook Pressure Express digital multi cooker (KPR820BSS) RRP $129.95
Kambrook ceramic tower heater (KCE240) RRP $119.95
Kambrook Day Dreamer reversible heated throw (KHT331NAV) RRP $99.95
Stock enquiries: visit kambrook.com.au or call 1300 139 798.
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