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A guide to Rangemaster cookers

Rangemaster is UK’s leading brand of kitchen appliances including range cookers, ovens, hoods, hobs, refrigerators, dishwashers and more. Rangemaster cookers come in traditional and contemporary styles, and have a reputation for quality. Learn more about what to consider when buying cookers, such as fuel type, cooker size, oven configuration, safety features and style.

Overview

Rangemaster range cookers are renowned for their quality and comes with such a wide range of choices for widths (90, 100 and 110cm), fuel types (dual fuel, gas and electric) and finishes. Manufactured in the UK at their Leamington Spa factory, the attention to detail and use of highest quality materials make these a great addition to any kitchen, be it modern or traditional. Rangemaster range cookers offer high end cooking features such as roll out grills, multifunction ovens and hob equipment including griddles and wok cradles that appear on many models as standard. Fuel types vary, including electric ovens, gas cookers, dual fuel ovens and dual fuel stoves.

Rangemaster cooker models and features

Models Rangemaster classic models come in compact, classic designs and in different colours. Features of different models include:Right hand/Left-hand programmable oven, separate grill, wok burner and wok cradle (gas hob models), sit-on half-ribbed and half-smooth griddle (gas models). Handyrack allows you to tend easily to your roasts and is available with brass or chrome effect trim (All White, chrome effect trim only).
Models Ceramic and Induction models have ‘hot hob’ indicators for safety Lidded option available (dual fuel models). Dual Fuel and Induction models are recommended by the Energy Saving Trust Professional models. These large models can also be converted to energy saving small ovens with its innovative technology. Features include ‘A’ rated for energy efficiency. Multifunction oven offers defrost, fan oven, fanned grilling, fan-assisted oven, conventional oven, browning element and base heat in both full oven and divided mode.
Grilling options Large, single triple-glazed door for easy viewing and reduced kitchen temperatures. Single-piece hotplate with five burners, each fitted with flame supervision devices, storage drawer, large full-width and half-width shelves. The Dual grill pan system offers safe grilling across full or half-oven width. Other models, some, like the Excel model, offers triple oven cooking, with two massive ovens, a separate grill and a dedicated slow cook oven. Others, like the Elise model, feature high-capacity cooking with a Continental flavor, built for design-savvy chefs, which come in colours like China Blue, Chocolate, Ice White and Cherry Red. For more information of the different Rangemaster kitchen cookers and their features, visit Rangemaster.co.uk. Reference: Rangemaster.co.uk

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