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100 Sunrise Ave #154 ENTER DOOR D, Toronto ON

416 507 0000 info@studiopazo.com

STOCK QUANTITIES SHOWING ARE IN STORE

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ELECTRIC BLENDER Plissé Design: Michele De Lucchi WHITE

by Alessi
$300.00
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Blender

Characteristics / Suggested use

-The base is made from thermoplastic resin, while the mixer jug, handle and cover is made from PCTG. PCTG is a particularly high-quality thermoplastic: it is shiny, lightweight and extremely transparent, while at the same time being superbly resilient. It features superlative thermal properties (-40°to +90°), is free from bisphenol-A (BPA-free) and is 100% recyclable.

-The mixer jug has a square shape and has a comfortable handle, which ensures simple and safe handling. PCTG is especially lightweight, which makes handling significantly easier compared to heavy glass. The maximum capacity is 1. 5 litres and the quantities can be measured in litres, cups and ounces. The jug is designed so that liquids can be poured out precisely and without drips or spills. Thanks to a silicon seal, the cover seals hermetically. It has an opening for pouring and is complemented by a measuring cap.

- The cable is integrated: after use, it can be wound up under the base of toaster.

- The rotation of the blade can be set at five speeds.

-There is also a pulse button, which can be used to boost the speed of the blade even further at maximum speed (to ensure that the appliance is not pushed beyond its upper limit, this function can be useful for making fruit smoothies, for example).

-Equipped with two safety sensors which block the mechanism when the mixer jug is not positioned correctly on the base and the cover does not fittightly. This ensuresthatthe mixer is only used under conditions of maximum safety: new ingredients can only be added while the mixer is running through the opening produced by removing the measuring cap.

- The base is non-slip, ensuring stability during use.

-Easy to clean. the mixer jug and blades can be separated. We recommend the use of a wet sponge and a detergent that does not contain abrasive substances.

- Available in packaging made from recycled cardboard which features a reproduction of the original sketch by the author.

- Electrical power: 700 watt.

- Available in four colour versions: red, grey, white and matt black. The housing and power cable are the same colour.

In 2018, Michele De Lucchi created the "Plissé", a kettle with a decidedly plastic and sculptural shape that quickly caught the public's interest. With its pleated design reminiscent of a haute couture dress, a beautiful object shaped by a designer, "Plissé" soon established itself as a new icon in our domestic landscape. Continuing to explore the expressive possibilities offered by the surface shaped by a dense series of folds, De Lucchi has created a small collection of household appliances, flanking the first kettle with a juicer, a blender, a toaster and a hand blender.

"The “Plissé” kettle’s shape is defined by its folds, a technique that is quite old but still very much in use today. With the skilful and creative use of pleating, fashion designers shape fabrics and create clothes like sculptural works of art. “Plissé” was shaped starting from a folded sheet of paper, then developed and produced by Alessi as if it were a beautiful sartorial object. The folds give form to the shape, they structure it, because a form without folds is only a volume without form. The folds transform simple two-dimensional sheets into three-dimensional objects.”

Michele De Lucchi