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Clever coffee machines from Krups

Thursday, April 18th, 2013

Go-Electrical are pleased to welcome a new range of Krups coffee machines to their site. Krups are known for manufacturing coffee machines for Nespresso and Dolce Gusto, but they also make some impressive Bean-to-Cup machines, and these are the new arrivals which are now available on Go-Electrical.

Don’t be scared by the term bean –to-cup, all it means is that instead of popping in a capsule or pod of coffee, the machine needs to be filled with beans or ground coffee. People often think that using beans or ground coffee is messier or more effort, but that isn’t true with these fantastic machines.

The most impressive of the Krups bean-to-cup range is the Barista EA9000, and this machine means business. It is controlled by a touch-screen and features clever technology which will save your coffee preference (under your own name), so when you want a coffee all that’s required is a press of your name on the screen, and this clever technology doesn’t stop there – the EA9000 features a patented system for preparing milk based drinks. Just watch the video below to see what we mean.

The Barista EA9000 also has a unique self-cleaning system, it will take beans or ground coffee and has 15 bar pressure pump. Combine all this with a 1.7litre water tank, adjustable intensity and temperature settings and the

The Krups Barista EA9000 is the top of the range, so if your budget cannot stretch that far don’t panic. There are many more machines available and prices start from just £149.99. Why not take a quick look? You never know, you may change your mind about bean-to-cup coffee machines.ability to make two cups of coffee at the same time, and you really do have a brilliant, clever coffee machine.


Sharp and strong – it must be Global knives

Thursday, April 4th, 2013

Here at Go-Electrical we like cookware (as you may have realised), in fact you could say we love cookware and that is why we are so excited about this next bit… Global Knives are coming to the site soon!

For those people who don’t know, Global is a big name in knives, and many chefs swear by them, including Michel Roux Jnr who has recently put his face to a Global range. The company has been around since 1985 when a man named Komin Yamada was commissioned to design some new kitchen knives – he used the ancient Samurai tradition to create very sharp, very strong blades and teamed this with the most up-to-date materials and manufacturing techniques. Global knives are still manufactured in Japan today, and since their launch in 1985 the company and products have won many awards including a Which? and a Good Housekeeping award.

Professional chefs are faithful to Global Knives for a number of reasons, but the main three are; Global knives stay sharper for longer, each knife is balanced precisely – no blade is heavier than the handle and vice versa,  and the smooth, seamless design of the knives means that they are incredibly hygienic.

The knives stay sharper for longer because of “the Global edge” – this edge is different to other knife blades because it has been ground steeply to a point and not to a bevelled edge like other knives. The image below shows this much better than we can explain!

As you probably guessed, the Global range is huge and there are knives which are suitable for different tasks but for those who are just starting with a knife collection, Global suggest the following knives, as they will offer a good, all-round collection which can be expanded by adding further knives; A cook’s knife (20cm- G2), a peeling knife (8cm – GSF15), a carving knife (21cm – G3), a bread knife (22cm – G9) and a vegetable chopper (14cm – GS5).

If this has caught your attention and you are interested in finding out more, and maybe even purchasing then keep your eyes on the Go-Electrical website for the arrival of Global knives. If you are in the vicinity of our retail shop (J.W Garnett Ltd) you can drop in to see some of the Global collection because we do have limited stock available, and some of the great kitchen accessories that Global also produce.

A cut above the rest

Wednesday, April 25th, 2012

Fans of cooking, and amateur chefs listen up, we have news that may excite you. Go-Electrical has added Richardson Sheffield knives to its extensive selection of cookware brands.

Richardson Sheffield is a major supplier of kitchen knives and shears throughout the UK, and is a well-known name worldwide. The company has been producing the highest quality professional knives since 1839 and this is the reason why they are the number one knife brand in the UK.

There are a number of different knife ranges that Richardson Sheffield manufactures, and knives are available as singular items, or as part of a set with a knife block. They produce a knife sharpening steels, and their range of scissors and shears are not only sharp but they are comfortable to hold and very robust.

Here at Go-Electrical we have selected our favourite ranges, as we believe that our discerning customers will like these the most:

*Sabatier Trompette – These knives are more traditional in styling and carry a 25 year guarantee. They feature black handles with stainless steel rivets

*V Sabatier – Feature a classic full tang, 3 rivet handle for greater strength and balance, and a premium quality Chrome Molybdenum Vanadium high carbon stainless steel blade

*Richard Sheffield One70 – The best knife to date apparently, made from finest high carbon steel

*R:Vision – Beautifully evolved to create luxury, but the pioneering and contemporary design delivers exceptional performance

*Neo – Influenced by Japanese design, the blades are crafted from the finest quality steel to create much harder, stronger blades that also have significantly greater corrosion resistance.

*Midori – A key feature of the Midori knife range is its striking handle. The distinctive micarta handle moulds into the shape of your hand, but is styled in the traditional way to echo the wood that was originally used in Japanese knives.

*Kyu – The newest addition to the Japanese style knives, Kyu are stylish with a premium quality blade

Prices start from just £13.75. To view the full range visit out Richardson Sheffield homepage

New KitchenAid mixer

Wednesday, April 11th, 2012

Following on from the successful Classic and Artisan Stand mixers, KitchenAid have just released a new larger mixer – the 6.9 litre Artisan Bowl-Lift Stand Mixer, which is now available from Go-Electrical.

The Artisan Bowl-Lift (KSM7580X) is very user friendly, quiet and powerful, and is available in five different colours. It features a smooth, 6.9 litre stainless steel bowl, and this can be raised up or down by turning the bowl-lift handle, which makes this machine perfect for heavier quantities. All the accessories are dishwasher safe, and included are;

* An elliptical 11-wire whisk

* A spiral dough hook

* A flat beater

* A pouring shield

This mixer has been designed to not only work well, but look outstanding at the same time. Each machine is coated in baked enamel which not only makes the Artisan bowl-lift stand mixer easy to clean, but it also prevents scratching and chipping in a busy environment.

NEW Dualit toaster

Tuesday, December 13th, 2011

“This clever toaster does all the thinking to produce perfect toast from the 1st to the 500th slice.”

The Dualit Catering Toaster (49900) is the first truly commercial pop-up toaster designed by Dualit. The only pop-up toasters Dualit made until now were the Lite range, and the only catering toasters were conveyor ones. The 49900 is ideal for continual, day in, day out use, and is perfect for breakfast time in a guest house or cafe, which might not have the need for a massive conveyor toaster.

The toaster is “Virtually foolproof” according to Dualit; drop in the bread and lower the lever, and then the toast will automatically pop-up when ready. It features an intelligent browning system – simply set the browning control for a specific type of bread, and then the toaster auto-adjusts the time to ensure consistent browning from the first to the last slice. The toaster has spring-loaded slots which centre the bread so the outcome is evenly browned toast time after time, and the slots of the toaster are 30mm wide so you can serve chunky slices. The two sides of the toaster and individually controlled which is another reason why the Pop-Up toaster is ideal for multi-service use.

Like other Dualit toasters, the 49900 features the Proheat elements which are exclusively used by Dualit. ProHeat elements have a protective armour plated layer covering the filament which means that they are virtually unbreakable, and best of all the patented ProHeat elements are capable of toasting up to 120-533 slices of bread an hour. With the potential to work so hard every day, you would be forgiven for worrying about how long the toaster would last – well panic not, virtually every part of the toaster can be replaced just like the domestic Vario and Combi models.

Weighing 7.5kg, measuring 23cm x 35cm x 34cm (HxWxD) the 49900 toaster is very robust and sturdy. Made from Stainless Steel the toaster is easy to keep clean, and will fit into an industrial kitchen easily.

The Dualit Catering Toaster (49900) is available now from Go-Electrical for £270.00

60 Minute Makeover pictures

Tuesday, April 19th, 2011

So, we have already told you about being approached by ITV1 and supplying a Pink Dualit 2 slice toaster to 60 Minute Makeover for one of Linda Barker’s stylish designs – well, here are some photgraphs of the finished design. Just look how great the Dualit toaster looks; it is enough to make us break out our paintbrushes!

Dualit Commercial Range

Tuesday, February 23rd, 2010

Dualit have long out performed any manufacturer in the performance, quality and  style in their small domestic appliances.  Now we have all of their commercial items too; heavy duty conveyor toasters which can give out an awesome 1 piece of toast every 10 seconds, specialist pannini grills for sumptuous panninis.