Gaabor: Kitchen appliances with German technology available on Shopee

When COVID-19 put the world to its knees starting in March of 2020, people naturally had to stay in the comfort of their homes as a precautionary measure to keep themselves safe from the clutches of the “invisible enemy”.

As a result of this prolonged stay in their homes, Filipinos re-discovered their love for cooking or preparing food for the family.

Before the pandemic, people were cooking less and less. Now, COVID-19 has caused a dramatic shift in our kitchens. New trends in preparing food, such as the use of the air fryer, among others, was suddenly the fad as the pandemic had freed up everyone’s time to be creative in the kitchen.

So if you are on the lookout for cooking appliances that are world-class, sturdy and easy to use, Gaabor might just be the one for you.

Gaabor is a specialist appliance company from Germany. Founded in 1987 by German entrepreneur Gabor Lorenz, Gaabor, with more than 30 years of experience in the kitchen stove industry, is a high-quality appliance brand that recently entered the Asian market, including the Philippines.

Gaabor’s Air Fryer 5.5L Non-Oil Healthy Household Cooker with Temperature Control Non-stick Fry Basket was so in demand on Shopee, for instance, that it sold out quickly, although the brand vows to replenish its supply soon.

Gaabor, however, also boasts of other kitchen appliances on Shopee, like the Gaabor Electric Grill, 2 IN 1 BBQ Cooking Grill with Hotpot (P899) for those samgyupsal and hotpot celebrations at home; the Gaabor Electric Rice Cooker, Multi-Functional Cooking Non-Stick Coating 24h Preset Timer (P1,799) and the Gaabor Portable Juicer, 300ML Electric Fruit Juicer Rechargeable Cup Food Mixer (P599).

Here is the official Gaabor Store on Shopee

Topics: COVID-19 , Gabor Lorenz , Gaabor , Air Fryer 5.5L Non-Oil Healthy Household Cooker
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