With the Zepter Radio Digital Thermocontrol, the desired temperature and cooking time are set in just a few seconds with the touch of a button. The user-friendly dial enables easy reading of cooking temperatures on two scales: Moist Cooking or Dry Cooking. Coloured fields indicate three temperature ranges: a yellow field for pre-heating, green field for the correct cooking temperature, and a red field indicates overheating.
COOKING HAS NEVER BEEN SO EASY, SO SMART AND SO ENJOYABLE
Found on top of the lids of the Zepter Masterpiece Cookware line, the Digital Thermocontrol technology allows you to prepare healthy food the proper way at the correct temperature. Now you can control the cooking process without lifting the lid, so the Closed Circle process goes on undisturbed ensuring the proper preparation of healthy food at low temperatures.
The Radio Digital Thermocontrol features a fully digital user interface, a sleek and stylish design, and a firm ergonomic grip. It gives you the option to choose between dry and moist cooking modes, the possibility to programme the desired temperature and cooking time, with full control over the entire cooking process.
Part of the Zepter Smart System - when paired with the Zepter Radio Induction Cooker, the Thermocontrol sends cooking instructions to the Zepter Radio Induction Cooker to regulate the heat and cooking time according to the settings selected on the Zepter Radio Digital Thermocontrol.
Once programmed, the Smart System maintains the temperature and time automatically, and turns off when necessary. Just imagine: you will have food, cooked and ready to enjoy in its healthy state, waiting for you when you get back.
For example, if you set the cooking temperature to 90°C and the cooking time to 20 minutes on the Zepter Radio Digital Thermocontrol, the Zepter Radio Induction Cooker it is paired with will regulate the power/heat in order to achieve and maintain the set temperature. After the set time has elapsed, the Zepter Radio Induction Cooker will switch first to Stand-By mode, and then to Off mode.