New Limited Edition BRUNO x Miffy Compact Multi-Cooker Is Finally Available In Singapore
After much anticipation, the limited edition BRUNO x Miffy Compact Hotplate has finally arrived in Singapore. While the official local pre-order was sold out in less than 40 minutes upon its announcement, those who missed out no longer need to despair as the highly coveted multi-cooker is now readily available online and in stores via BRUNO’s authorised retailers in Singapore.
P.S.: You’ll also wanna check out BRUNO’s limited edition Lavender appliances including a sandwich maker, water dispenser, and soup blender!
Read on to find out more about the BRUNO x Miffy Compact Hotplate in Singapore!
The BRUNO x Miffy Compact Hotplate works just like the Japanese brand’s other existing ones, except that it’s got a character-themed design. In place of a regular lid knob is one that resembles the cute rabbit, in champagne gold.
The body of the device is in a bright apricot orange - the same shade that Miffy is often seen wearing. Next to the temperature lever are simple illustrations featuring carrot motifs, and the character watering her garden.
Despite its name, the Bruno x Miffy Compact Hotplate is more than just that. While it can indeed be used for grilling various ingredients for a BBQ feast at home, its various other plates allow you to whip up other items like takoyaki, donut balls, pancakes, and more. The options are endless, you just have to get creative!
Each set comes with a flat plate, takoyaki plate, and a Miffy-themed multi-plate featuring the white bunny and her friends including Boris Bear, Snuffy the Dog, and Grunty Pig. These cute faces will be imprinted onto your pancakes and other bakes.
There are 2 side handles on the pot for easy transportability, and its 37.5cm width makes it sizeable enough to cook an adequate amount of food without being overly bulky.
Get the BRUNO x Miffy Compact Hotplate in Singapore for $248 via Cote Maison, HipVan, or BRUNO's official physical retailers including but not limited to Takashimaya, Tangs, and Tokyu Hands. Fret not if you see the items listed as sold out online, for they still may have stock in stores, though it's best to call up the individual outlets first before heading down to avoid any disappointment.
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Text by: GirlStyle SG