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    Customer Reviews - Rangemaster Classic Deluxe 100cm Dual Fuel Range Cooker - Black / Chrome - A/A Rated

    Customer Reviews - Rangemaster Classic Deluxe 100cm Dual Fuel Range Cooker - Black / Chrome - A/A Rated

    Rangemaster Classic Deluxe CDL100DFFBL/C 100cm Dual Fuel Range Cooker - Black / Chrome - A/A Rated
    £2,649
    • 3 cavities and a 5 burner gas hob
    • Main oven gives you lots of different ways to cook
    • Second electric fan oven gives you extra room to cook
    • Special liners absorb grease to make cleaning easier
    • Dimensions (cm) - H90.5 x W99.4 x D60.8
    4.7 / 5
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    Lovely Range - lots of features

    5/5
    Looks great in the kitchen. Was purchased to replace a very well used and loved rangemaster - this will hopefully be the same! Lots of features but the thing we have noticed most is how quickly it heats up on the R setting. Excellent!
    Charles
    Colour: Black / Chrome
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    Lovely

    5/5
    The product is fantastic
    Si
    Colour: Black / Chrome
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    Rangemaster Classic Deluxe CDL100DFFBL/C Dual Fuel Range Cooker

    5/5
    Great product, quality looks and feels excellent. Following having an alternative brand for the last 15 years we are more than happy with the Rangemaster. . First class product & service.
    Julian
    Colour: Black / Chrome
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    Good Quality Range with fab features

    5/5
    After struggling with a cheap other brand range cooker which seemed to need replacement parts constantly we upgraded to this Rangemaster and it’s brilliant. Looks fab and works like a dream. Food tastes better and I’m sure I’m not imagining that! It has great features like baking trays and grills which you can easily access without scrambling about with an oven glove or tea towel. Can select fast heat up when in a hurry to get oven to right temp, or just half the grill when cooking for one! So many other cool features too Highly recommend this product!
    Cath
    Colour: Olive Green
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    Amazing service and an amazing product

    5/5
    So pleased with both the product and the service from ao. Ordering system was smooth and efficient followed by detailed updates on delivery ?? location and live tracking system. Both delivery driver and gas installation engineer were plesent and helpful, overcoming a difficult hallway entrance with ease and skill. They even took all packaging away and tidied up after themselves. The product itself is amazing and make our household a very happy (and full bellied) place! Our sons especially like ?? made on the skillet! Will order from ao again in an instant.
    Rebecca Lawton-Hill
    Colour: Black / Chrome
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    I love it

    5/5
    Just purchased a new range as mu old one at under 8 years old was a complete liability (leisure). The AO guy arrived installed and finished building it putting all the handles on etc. I would get it installed! Everything works well, love the griddle on the wok burner on the right, also useful to put pans on when taken off the heat. Oven tray attached to the left oven is brilliant and easy to remove if needed to. Plate warmer rack in the right oven is very useful. All the controls are easy yo use, only down side there is I have to bend down to see under the metal bar on the front to see which control is which ring and the temperature of the ovens. Heats us really quickly, very quiet, very easy to clean. I like the fact the right burner is in a separate dip on the top as if fat runs off the griddle when doing bacon it's only help the top you need to clean up. I bought the cream which looks great as my kitchen is cream and the stainless top looks good between my butchers block work top. I really love it and use AO for everything. I would recommend this range (100cm) happy cooking x
    Wendy Parrott
    Colour: Cream
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    Disappointing... a sign of the times, perhaps

    3/5
    I've had Aga & Rangemaster cookers previously, so have a reasonable basis for comparison with this model, which has been in use for a couple of months now. Superficially, the cooker looks great. Closer inspection reveals several (in my view) disappointing features. For example, the cooker top, rather than being one piece of pressed and enamelled steel, is two or more pieces. The left side, with 4 gas burners, appears to be for a 60cm single cooker, and the right side wok burner top is a completely separate piece, with a strip of raised metal covering the join. This is aesthetically unappealing, and looks cheap. Worse still, bang in the middle of this pressing is the raised ghost shape of the cut-out for the single-cooker 5th ring, which of course isn't on this model. It's just plain cheap and ugly. Moreover, the right, wok-side top isn't one pressing, either. Running your fingers around it reveals it's a 2-piece pressing at least, with a discernible 'lip' where the join is. Again, it's very cheaply made - the whole top uses cheap posi-drive black-headed screws to join all the parts, and effectively they form the resting points for the cast iron pan supports. It can be argued that in operation this is all out of sight, except for the joining strip, but in my mind it suggests that Rangemaster designers have been given a brief to reduce the cost of Rangemaster cookers by cobbling together multiple cooker top pressings - which, if so, does not suggest a company looking for customer-satisfying quality, but looking for increased profit at the expense of quality. It's a bad error of judgement: the cooker is expensive, but looks and feels cheaply made. This feeling is reinforced by the continuous warning about leaving ovens or grill switched on, with the door open - that it risks heat damage to the control knobs immediately above. If the warning was about safety - the risk to your hands when touching one - I'd understand it, but when it's a tacit admission that the cooker controls will melt, the obvious question is why are such flimsy knobs being fitted? In operation, the cooker works as well as others I've owned. I like to bake bread, and this model seems to be about as efficient as any - although over the phone Rangemaster were very reluctant to tell me what were the maximum temperatures the gas and electric ovens would reach, and the manual only points out that electric ovens are slightly lower. Not entirely helpful... Finally, the handbook itself covers two different models, but does not specify in the text which cooker has which features. This is frustrating, as (for example) looking for the red light that comes on when the grill is on its half-setting is a waste of time, until you discover that your grill has neither half-setting nor, therefore, red light! It's very easy to edit instruction manuals to make these things clear... A bullet-point list would do it! My criticism of the build quality of the cooker means that it niggles every time the cooker is used. Expensive cookers are bought by customers who expect the price to reflect the quality. Unfortunately, in this instance, in my opinion, this model does not. Another once-reliable brand putting profit-building before customer value, seemingly. How long I can live with these daily frustrations remains to be seen, bit I won't be buying another Rangemaster.
    R. Gould
    Colour: Cream
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    5/5
    Jaggard
    Colour: Cream
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