Around the world in practically any country or culture, the kitchen is one of the most cherished and used spaces in the home. From preparing a pot of coffee before heading out to work to making your mom's secret chili recipe, we spend a lot of time in our kitchens. We eat there, we socialize there, and we read the Sunday newspaper there over juice and donuts.
The kitchen is usually the most centralized part of the home and so it only makes sense that it's well-equipped. Most of us have an array of tools and gadgets in our kitchens that we use for food preparation - blenders, grinders, coffee pots, mixers, slow cookers, can openers, microwaves, toasters, waffle irons, etc. - the list goes on and on. Some of these things get more use than others, but they're always there when we need them. There's a certain level of comfort knowing that we have the tools for the job, no matter how big or small.
Now let's fast forward a moment to your retirement in a foreign country, or your 2-year work contract overseas, your new expatriate life in the Philippines or the cozy apartment you bought in London. If you're coming from North America, surely you'll need to populate your new kitchen with all the necessary gadgets and tools, right? You could always bring them overseas with you, but these items can add up quick and it's not always practical to pay for extra luggage on a 16 hour flight. Do you really want to travel with an extra 2 suitcases awkwardly packed with bulky items like a toaster, a juicer, pressure cooker, or a food dehydrator? Probably not. And if you did bring them, you'll have to use a voltage converter to properly use them since most foreign countries operate at 220-volt electricity which your American appliances are not designed for.
Surely there's an easier solution, right? Of course there is.
220-Volt Kitchen Appliances
Specialists like ourselves (220-electronics) have everything you could need for the kitchen, from the top brand names, specifically designed for use with 220-volt electricity. This means no transformers or voltage converters and no extra hassle. THese appliances are plug & play, just like the ones you'd buy at home. Furthermore, you can choose from the same brands your used to. After just one trip to the store in a foreign country you'll probably realize that your selection is limited, the prices are higher, and you can't even find the products or brands you're familiar with.
Where to find 220-Volt Kitchen Appliances
Att 220-Electronics, we stock the most popular and highest rated 220 volt kitchen appliances available. We carry the latest models from your favorite brands at the guaranteed lowest prices - and we'll ship anywhere in the world. What give you the convenience to shop from the comfort of your home for everything you'll need to setup your new kitchen. We're not just limited to blenders and toasters either. We carry major appliances such as dishwashers, ranges, refrigerators, freezers and more. It's all available to you at the best prices, backed by our excellent customer service.
Buying the Right 220-Volt Kitchen Appliances
Not sure what you need? Take a look and browse our 220-volt kitchen appliances. Or, you can give us a call at 877-578-0587 or 847-640-9000 (international) and our customer service representatives will be more than happy to help you find the proper products and arrange shipping directly to your door. We'll even arrange for specialized shipping so your items will arrive shortly after you arrive at your destination, eliminating downtime and making for a comfortable new kitchen without ever having to shop department stores. This can be especially beneficial and convenient if you're heading to a country with a language you're not fluent in.
With over 35 years of experience, it's hard to go wrong with 220-electronics. We're world leaders in international electronics and appliances and our extensive customer base and rave reviews speak for themselves. Give us a call or 220 volt electronics and appliances. We'll make your life easier so you can focus your energy on more productive aspects of your move.