Everybody knows the name Defy

Defy free-standing gas stoveA leading brand in the southern African household appliances market, Defy has been in existence since 1932 and is owned by Franke AG. There are more than 14 million Defy appliances in use in South Africa.

All Defy products comply with the IEC335 safety specification. In addition to this, all three Defy factories have ISO 9001-2000 accreditation.

Defy products have a reputation for being innovative with modern designs that are abreast with trends around the world, yet they remain extremely user-friendly.

Defy is the pre-eminent supplier of freestanding stoves in the southern African market.

The Defy range of stoves covers the full spectrum of products from entry-level specification through to technologically advanced models with electronic timer controls and Ceran cooking surfaces.

Defy gas hobThe electric stove range comprises of models in four different widths (500mm, 595mm, 665mm and 755mm), offering conventional and Thermofan® multifunction ovens, as well as solid, spiral and Ceran smooth top cooking surfaces.

All Defy oven interiors are coated with easy to clean enamel for effortless maintenance. Gas stoves are available under the Ocean and Defy brands and include four, five and six burner products.

Defy also offers gas/electric stoves, 5 burner and 4 burner with two solid plates that combine the advantages of gas surface cooking with the convenience of multi-function electric ovens.

It requires the brightest technological minds to arrive at a truly remarkable achievement: Simplicity.

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