Turn On The Stove With A Text Message

Turn On The Stove With A Text Message

The AGA retro cooktop gets a high-tech makeover.

Yi Chen
  • 31 may 2012

The AGA cooker has long been a traditional European stove, where it was originally heated by slow-burning coal. It has come a long way since then, but it’s design has remained relatively the same. Now, The AGA iTotal Control pushes the cooktop into the electronic era, with high-tech features such as being able to command the stove wirelessly.

Users can program the cooker to roast, bake, or simmer food all via a text message. The AGA iTotal Control will also come with an app for Apple and Android devices for complete access to the stove.

The AGA cooktop will set you back around $15,650. A spokesperson for AGA explained that:

Things are getting decidedly more techie in the kitchen. AGA has taken things a step further by launching the AGA iTotal Control cooker. Owners of this innovative new range cooker will be able to control it wherever they are, using a mobile phone, smartphone, PC, laptop, iPad or tablet.


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