Bora Extractor Hobs – Bora Basic VS Bora Classic

BORA Extractor Hobs – BORA Basic VS BORA Classic

Which one to choose, BORA Basic or BORA Classic?

Introduction

We have been asked this question multiple times, so we have decided to write a short article to share our customer’s experience when choosing between the two.

What will be covered in this article?

What will be covered in this article is a comparison between BORA Extractor Hobs both BORA Basic and classic hobs in regards to the following factors:

·      The Concept

·      Variants

·      Price

·      Quality

·      Features

·      Awards

 

Each Model has multiple design variants, The comparison between different variants is beyond the scope of this article so it will not be covered, maybe will write a detailed comparison between each variant in the future.

 

BORA Extractor Hobs Concept

BORA Extractor Hobs concept is first of its kind in the world; with its attractive price-performance ratio, it is announcing the end of the extractor hood at last.

Basic option – Cooktop with an extractor that is Circle in shape, usually in the centre of the cooktop

Classic option – Cooktop extractor that is rectangle in shape

 

Variants

BORA Basic comes with 2 variants (Cooktop – Extractor Exhaust Air and Cooktop – Extractor Recirculation) with 3 sub-variants each.

 

Surface induction glass ceramic cooktop with 4 cooking zones and a cooktop – Extractor Exhaust Air

Induction glass ceramic cooktop with 4 cooking zones and a cooktop – Extractor Exhaust Air

Hyper glass ceramic cooktop with 4 cooking zones and a cooktop – Extractor Exhaust Air

Surface induction glass ceramic cooktop with 4 cooking zones and a cooktop – Extractor Recirculation

Induction glass ceramic cooktop with 4 cooking zones and a cooktop – Extractor Recirculation

Hyper glass ceramic cooktop with 4 cooking zones and a cooktop extractor – recirculation

 

BORA Classic comes with 6 variants including Gas Burner Variants

 

Glass ceramic cooktop with 2 cooking zones,

Glass ceramic induction cooktop with 2 cooking zones,

Induction glass ceramic wok,

Hyper glass ceramic cooktop with 2 cooking zones 1 – ring / 1 – ring,

HiLight glass ceramic cooktop with roasters,

Gas Glass Ceramic cooktop with 2 cooking zones.

 

Quality

All visible metal parts are made from pure stainless steel,

All glass ceramic cooktops are made of ceramic glass from Schott, which is free of heavy metals.

Both Hobs has an attractive price-performance ratio.

Price

Usually BORA Classic costs 1.5 times BORA Basic.

Features

BORA basic features based on variant

·      Hyper stage

·      Automatic cut -off, pre – cook valve and heat up function

·      Bridging function

·      Power setting

·      Timer function

·      Residual heat display

·      Pan size recognition

·      Warming function

·      Childproofing feature

·      Automatic safety shut – down

·      Power management (Reduction in power to 4.4 kW)

·      Freely adjustable power control

·      Interface for external devices via Home In or Home Out

·      Energy-saving fan (EC-motor)

·      Infinite power control

·      Automated cooktop extraction

·      Automatic after-run

·      Filter service display

·      Interface for external installations

·      Installation type: flush or surface - mounted

·      Stainless steel grease filter

BORA Classic features based on variant

·      Automatic cut-out

·      Stop function

·      Automatic pre-cook valve

·      Warming function

·      Timer function

·      Residual heat display

·      Power setting

·      Pan size recognition

·      Childproofing feature

·      Bridging function

·      Gas burners as well as Glass ceramic cooktop

·      BORA Tepan stainless steel grill as part of cooktop

 

Awards

BORA Basic – Product of the Year 2013 (Plus X Award)

BORA Classic – red dot product design award

 

Conclusion

In terms of quality, All BORA Extractor Hobs are made from high-quality materials that can guarantee high functionality and durability.

All BORA Extractor Hobs can be installed and ready to use in any kitchen in just few minutes.

BORA Classic costs more than BORA classic but classic always comes with more added value options.

Making a decision between BORA Basic and Classic will depend on your budget, added features and design preferences.

 

 

For more information, visit BORA Classic and BORA Basic.

 

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