A Live-streaming Smart Oven
Smart tender oven T3 is the third generation product that LKK Group collaborates with Haier iBaking of Haier Group. This new product has new target group, and redefines the smart oven. From observing the lifestyle of target group, analyzing the product benchmarking, to defining the direction of design, together with research and development, aesthetic design and user experience design, smart tender oven T3 has a strong recognition and good reputation!
How to make Haier's smart tender oven T3 a unique one, so that users can remember it at the first sight? LKK Group’s designers create the round shape and friendly interactive operation experience for Haier smart tender oven, which makes a breakthrough in the traditional square identification on oven, establishes a unique recognition for Haier smart tender oven, and creates better baking experience for users.
LKK Group focuses on details and considerate design to make a better user experience of smart tender oven T3. Designers put forward the concept of 8 degree introverted door panel to give users a more comfortable window. From the integrated display and operation handle, design of annular thumbwheel, hidden water tank, to internal heating tube, every detail shows the perfect combination of function and experience. In addition, LKK Group proposes the idea of camera oven for the first time, and designs the pluggable back camera component after hundreds of times lighting simulation for testing the position and distance, only to ensure every detail for user’s live baking.
Smart tender oven T3 is the third generation product that LKK Group collaborates with Haier iBaking of Haier Group, which makes Haier iBaking the leader in product innovation and user experience innovation of smart oven field. In the new consumption environment, it’s not the price but the quality that can be regarded as the measure of good products in user’s mind, and Haier smart tender oven T3 is such a good product. This product promotes the baking time from the past less than 20 hours per year to 312 hours per year, which means baking lovers spend 15 times time on baking than before. Do you still see it as a simple oven?