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Stoves RICHMOND1000DFT Dual Fuel Range Cooker

5.0 / 5 (3 reviews)
  • No. of Ovens

    4 Ovens

  • Oven Size

    Main cavity: 47 litres

    Second cavity: 52 litres

  • Pan Support Type

    Dual Fuel

  • HxWxD (cm)

    90.0 x 99.6 x 59.5

Stoves RICHMOND1000DFT Dual Fuel Range Cooker
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Get the best of both worlds with this super powerful and spacious range cooker. It's made in Britain too so you know you're getting top quality. Read more
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Now, if you're a fan of cooking with gas, this is a fantastic model to choose. It has 7 gas burners, so you're getting loads of space and options when rustling up big feasts. And with it being a gas hob, the heat is really responsive and fast - go from boiling to simmering in seconds.

It also has 4 ovens in total. The large, 52 litre oven has a fan - giving you fast heating up times and an all round even temperature, you'll barely even have to pre-heat at all. And the slightly smaller, 47 litre cavity is multifunctional. This basically means you have the option to either cook using the fan, or simply use the elements (conventionally). Conventional cooking is ideal for lasagnes as the heat rises to the top of the oven, with different temperature zones throughout.

At the bottom is a handy slow cooker for your stews and soup. And at the top is a grill, which is great for rustling up quick snacks and for healthier cooking. By grilling your bacon and sausages on a Sunday morning, you really reduce the fat content, so you can use it as part of a healthy lifestyle. It can also be used as a conventional oven if you need more room.

For added peace of mind, there's a flame safety device. If the flame ever goes out on the hob, the gas is automatically cut off. It also comes with sturdy, telescopic shelves that stay in position when you pull them out, giving you easier access to the oven when you’re checking on your food.