V-ZUG Combi-Steam MSLQ

About the Entry

V-ZUG’s Combi-Steam MSLQ is the world’s first appliance to combine conventional, steam, and microwave heating.

V-ZUG spent years working on this innovation with extensive lab tests being conducted in cooperation with Zurich University of Applied Sciences (ZHAW).

Top Swiss chefs including Andreas Caminada, Tanja Grandits and Nenad Mlinarevic also assisted with development.

Features & Benefits


Full colour TFT touch screen

The Combi-Steam MSLQ is now bringing to the kitchen the kind of uncomplicated, direct fingertip control that we all like so much on our smartphones. It can be operated totally by touch.

Not only does the full colour TFT touch screen show all the functions that have been set at a glance, it also whets the cook’s appetite with tasty looking background pictures from Andreas Caminada’s kitchen.

Users can also enter and save their own recipes ready to call up any time they want.

Sensor buttons

Together with its TFT touch screen the Combi-Steam MSLQ comes with sensor buttons that allow users to directly select the most important settings.

A nice detail: the heart symbol, which acts as a ‘favourites’ button allows up to 24 favourite recipes to be stored, so the Combi-Steam MSLQ literally cooks and bakes at the touch of a button.

Timeless elegance

V-ZUG’s Combi-Steam MSLQ has been designed to enhance the look of any kitchen.

Its black mirrored glass door is a feature constantly being spoken about due to its timeless appeal.

Key Sustainability Design Features and Benefits

V-ZUG’s Combi-Steam MSLQ has a European energy class of A and uses zero energy in standby mode.

Our awareness of our responsibility and our technological expertise make us the pioneers in the industry when it comes to ecology.

This is confirmed not only by our resource friendly production systems and our energy saving appliances, but also by the ISO 14001 certification and our state of the art ZUGgate logistics centre, which is self-sufficient in terms of energy thanks to the largest private photovoltaic system in the canton of Zug.

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