The kitchen tools division of German company Artkala has launched a new line of kitchen tools that it calls “modular.”
The company’s modular kitchen products are intended to fit on a single, simple to assemble package.
Artkala says it is targeting consumers who want modular kitchen instruments and farmhouses.
Its products, which range in price from $3,000 to $6,000, come with a range of features including a “kitchen cabinet,” an “infused” handle, and a “stove” tray for storage.
The kitchen cabinet has a built-in “vacuum” system that allows you to fill the kitchen with warm water to create a “cold room” that can hold up to two large pots.
Artksa says its kitchen tools are available in three basic designs, which includes a “classic” cabinet, a “vault” cabinet that can also be used as a “cooling cabinet,” and a larger “frosted cabinet” with a full-length “basket” lid and a small “fountain.”
It says that its kitchen products also include an “open” lid that you can use for cleaning.
The company has not announced pricing.
Artkla says its products have a “lifetime warranty.”
Artkals kitchen tools range from “basic” kitchen tools for a $1,000 starting price, to the “Vault” kitchen tool that costs $6.99, “Open” cabinets for $7,995, and “frozen” cabinets that start at $8,995.
The company is targeting the “cold rooms” market.
Artkos kitchen tools comes in three designs, the company says.
It has the Vault and the “Open,” a “Vacuum Cabinet” and a frozen “furnace” for storage, for a starting price of $699.
Artkos kitchen products include an open lid for cleaning and an ice maker for “ice-making,” and they are available as “Vial-Free,” “Freezer,” and “Baked” options.