The new gas stoves were especially conceived for smaller kitchens
Despite the smaller surface, which is 18 cm narrower, the new gas stoves are also equipped with five burners
Smeg also presents a semi-flush stove, which is raised by 3 mm

New Gas Stoves from Smeg

This summer, the kitchen manufacturer Smeg is presenting new gas stoves that are especially adjusted to the needs of smaller kitchens.


Complete cooking enjoyment for smaller kitchens: Smeg has developed a narrower version of the gas stoves of the Classici line, models PGD75F and PGD75. The new stoves now only require 72 cm of countertop instead of 90 cm, and yet they still offer the luxury of having five burners. Depending on the customer's wishes, the stove can be flush fitted with the countertop or raised by 3 mm.

Two energy-saving burners, two regular burners and one ultra-rapid burner with two burner rings are integrated in the new stoves. The automatic ignition makes them easy-to-use, and the safety valve on the burner provides the user with comforting peace of mind. The steel burner grates make moving pots around both comfortable and easy. The design of the stainless steel stoves and the elegant, centrally positioned steel knobs make them unmistakable members of the Classici line.