In 1922, Dr.
Gustaf Dalen, a world renowned Swedish physicist and Nobel Prize
Winner, lost his sight following an explosion during an experiment
with pressurized liquids and gases.
Kept at home,
Dr. Dalen learned how his wife was exhausted and harassed by the
constant need to care for and watch over food as it was cooked.
Although unable to see, he was determined to develop a cook stove
that was both capable of every culinary technique and easy to
use, with perfect results.
time-honored principle of heat storage, he combined a small and
efficient heat source, two large hotplates and two generous ovens
into one robust and compact unit -- the AGA Cooker. More than
70 years later, the AGA Cooker remains outstanding in its ability
to cook food with better taste and flavor.