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4 minutes ago, North London Rent Girl said:

That's right, I saw a kitchen described recently in the Western Morning News as handle-free - how very exciting. It seems to have become an element of the 'wow factor'. Relieved forever of the burden of having something simple that enables you to open things. At last. Who needs a revolution when we have this sort of wondrous freedom and comfort in our lives?!

I know someone who's just got one fitted and he seemed to think that it was amazing, whereas all I could think of was "what's the point?" But then I think that about an awful lot of things people lap up.

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1 hour ago, North London Rent Girl said:

If you like to cook, read, sleep, have sex or do basically any other thing you'd stick your head round the door, laugh and walk away. Not even the naivest of students would go for this, surely?

I would .... honestly, it's (much) better than what I had when I was at uni :D You have your own kitchen, shower, toilet ... bliss ...

 

Handle-free kitchens have been around for a long time, don't know why it's newsworthy.

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16 minutes ago, CentrinoDuo said:

Handle-free kitchens have been around for a long time, don't know why it's newsworthy.

I grew up with one in the 70's and we have one now. I like them - they're certainly easier to clean and you don't get your trousers caught on the handles when walking past. As you say, hardly revolutionary though and they do have handles - they're just part of the door.

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