Monday, September 21, 2020

Panasonic’s Newest Meat Grinders for Middle Eastern Homes

With meal preparation being an important part of the festive season, Panasonic’s MK-ZJ3500 and MK-ZJ2700 are designed for Middle East homes, says company spokesperson

Panasonic introduces the latest made in Japan meat grinders, MK-ZJ3500 and MK-ZJ2700 to the regional market, as food preparation takes centre stage this festive season. Family kitchens across the region will have to rely on state-of-the-art products, and Panasonic’s two versatile meat grinders, pumping out 3500W and 2700W (maximum lock wattage) of grinding power will be a welcome addition to any kitchenette.

The MK-ZJ3500 is one among the most powerful meat grinder available for home use in the world with a peak power of 3500 watts, a feature unique to this Panasonic product. Both MK-ZJ3500 & MK-ZJ2700 possess a high torque DC motor, which grinds meat faster & smoother with less noise.

“Meal preparation during festive season takes special precedence, and the right kitchen appliance is a joy to have in the kitchen. Our meat grinders are designed for this very purpose, to help create a variety of dishes, all the while making the whole process from preparation to cooking, very seamless in the kitchen. This line-up comes with many unique features such as the powerful high torque DC motor. The long-lasting sharp Japanese samurai blade and extra storage for accessories, all add to the uniqueness of the product, and we are confident that our customers will appreciate this truly wonderful product from Panasonic,” commented Mr. Keisuke Nakagawa- Director, Consumer Marketing Division, Panasonic Marketing MEA.

Another feature that makes both the meat grinders unique is the use of Panasonic’s ‘Japanese samurai blade’ cutters, which allows a large amount of meat to be grinded, it’s also extremely durable and stays sharp for life. These Panasonic’s blades are the direct descendant of the traditional art of the Japanese bladesmith. Made of the finest steel, they are forged and ground to become exceptionally strong, and sharp. Highest-level of technology and skill has come together to produce these blades of incomparable quality.

Capable of handling high load capacity, both the grinders have very low operating noise. Another user-friendly feature of the grinder is the dial speed control. The MKZJ3500 comes with two optional speeds, thus allowing for a variety of meat preparations.

MKZJ3500 also comes with a sleek and stylish blue LED screen through which all the operations of the meat grinder can be monitored.

These products also come with three interchangeable cutting plates to match various requirements. Other accessories like sausage and kubbe attachments are all part and parcel of the meat grinders.

The aesthetically appealing designs of the grinders are complemented by industry leading cleaning tools, and all the tools, including the cable and five attachments, can be stored in an in-built storage space inside the main body, thus avoiding clutter on the kitchen surface, and minimising storage space.

Cleanliness of the meat grinders is also a focus for Panasonic. The cleaning tools are designed to fit into the nodes of the cutting plates, insuring that they are free of any leftover or sticking raw meat. The two meat grinders also feature a flexi lever making it easier to remove the head from the main body for easy cleaning. 

The MK-ZJ3500 is priced at AED 999 and the MK-ZJ2700 is priced at AED 849, and is available at Al- Futtaim Panatech showroom in the UAE.

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