Range Cookers

Range cookers are available in a number of different widths the most common being 90cm 100cm and 110cm however there are also 80cm 120cm 130cm and 150cm range cookers available from selected manufacturers. When choosing a range cooker the first thing you need to decide on is the width. Next you should consider what fuel type you require. Range cookers are available in Gas, Electric and Dual Fuel. There are two types of gas Range cookers, Natural and LPG gas (bottled gas). Unlike dual fuel range cookers, gas range cookers cannot be converted from natural gas to LPG of vice versa so make sure you select the correct one. Electric range cookers are available with two different types of hob, Ceramic or Induction. Induction hobs are extremely fast and more energy efficient than ceramic hobs.  

As you can see below the choice of Range Cooker manufactures is bewildering. If your looking for a Rangecooker under £1000 you will be able to purchase a Leisure Cookmaster or Cuisinemaster. With a budget between £1000 - £2000 you could afford a Rangemaster or Smeg Range Cooker, one of our favourite cooker in this price category is the Smeg Victoria which is available dual fuel or induction, the Victoria range cookers have superior build quality and functionality and come highly recommended.

Rangemaster make an enormous range of cookers in different styles and colours to suite both traditional and contemporary kitchens. With a budget of £2000+ you could afford a Falcon range cooker with their superior built quality they are packed full of fantastic feature. You can see our selection of Rangecookers in the flesh at our Oxfordshire Showrooms in Bicester or Kidlington Oxford

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