The NEW Aga 60 is everything you would expect from an Aga, but wrapped up in a smaller, more city-friendly package. At just 60 cm wide – the same size as a slot-in-cooker or a standard kitchen unit – it’s perfect for small spaces.And, just like other iconic Aga cookers, it’s made from cast iron and employs radiant heat cooking technology, meaning food tastes so much better as all the goodness and moisture is locked in.
Just like the traditional Aga each area of the Aga 60 is pre-set to different heats, on this model this is achieved by electric elements embedded in the cast iron ovens under the hotplate. This even radiant heat ensures great results whatever you cook.
Aga 60 Highlights
The Aga 60 offers the flexibility of a traditional Aga cooker but packaged in a smaller model. With one hotplate large enough to fit three pans on, a roasting/baking oven and a simmering oven this cooker is perfect for the city dweller or those short on space. The 60 is available in two distinct styles the traditional with the recognizable Aga badge, handrail and dome lid or the contemporary with it’s modern aga badge, no-handrail (instead it has a streamlined chrome fascia) and low profile hood. These two styles plus the fact the Aga 60 comes in 14 colours means no matter what type, style or colour of kitchen there will be a 60 to match.
How the Aga 60 ovens work
How the Aga 60’s Ovens work – Using the control knob on the far left of the top plate, the top oven can be set to roasting, baking or the off setting. The roasting and baking settings can be achieved from cold in around 40 minutes (best performance 1 hour). From the baking setting the oven can be switched up to full heat for roasting in, again, around 40 minutes. The lower simmering oven can also be up to full temperature in around 40 minutes.
Available in 14 stunning colours – including the NEW Rose and Lemon – the Aga 60 offers cast-iron proof that you don’t need to live in the country, or have a labrador to enjoy the Aga life.
How the 60 hotplates work
How the Aga 60’s hotplates work – The hotplate can be set to either boiling or simmering mode. Around the outside of the hotplate can also be used as a cooking area for simmering when the hotplate is set to boil., and as a warming plate when the hotplate is set to simmer.
When set to boiling mode the hotplate reaches temperature in around 11 minutes from cold, while the simmering mode reaches temperature in around 8 minutes.
Aga 60 colours
Available in 14 stunning colours – including the NEW Rose and Lemon – each Aga Cooker is coated in a gleaming vitreous enamel.