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    Customer Reviews - Stoves Sterling 60cm Freestanding Gas Cooker - Black - A/A Rated

    Customer Reviews - Stoves Sterling 60cm Freestanding Gas Cooker - Black - A/A Rated

    Stoves Sterling STERLING600G 60cm Freestanding Gas Cooker with Full Width Electric Grill - Black - A/A Rated
    £1,008
    • Conventional oven, 4 zones — Traditional cooking
    • Maxi Clock™ — Set cooking time with easy touch controls
    • Cast Iron Pan Supports – Sturdy supports stop spills
    • Easy clean enamel — Clever coating makes cleaning easy
    • Dimensions (cm) - H90 x W60 x D60
    4.6 / 5
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    Stoves sterling gas cooker

    2/5
    Bought this cooker a few weeks ago and loved the look better than I remembered when buying it way back in March . It fits perfect in our kitchen , so that evening cooked our first meal in two ovens only for it to burn how disappointing . When investigating further both the ovens would not regulate meaning it was staying on high continuously. Phoned A O and they then gave me the contact details of stoves . Stoves came out on the Wednesday meaning we had takeaways from Saturday until Wednesday so much for our new cooker . The cooker needed two new thermostats for both ovens ... unacceptable
    A&T
    Colour: Black
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    Looks great, top oven hasn't worked since the engineer left

    2/5
    The overall appearance of the product is great, and the bottom oven and hob work great. The top oven will not ignite however, while this can be remedied it is frustrating for a new product to malfunction as such.
    David
    Colour: Stainless Steel
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    GB was once a world leader in engineering

    3/5
    Overall the the cooker is ok, although a little pricey for what you get. The swing door hinges are not adequate in my view to carry the heavy double glazed main oven door over the long term. The internal shelving and side frames are also flimsy and not a patch on my old Canon cooker. Likewise the spring loaded hinges that support the glass cover are not well designed to operate properly and safely to carry the weight with such a long lever arm. I always look to German made products first before looking closer to home. I would have bought a Miele free standing cooker if they made them. You might pay a bit more but the quality is so much better and nobody comes close in the domestic market. You may have gathered I am getting-on in years and in this time I have seen much change, not always for the better. To finish I bought a Stove cooker because they seem to be the best in GB and I paid the extra for this reason. Some of the many products that are marketed today are just not the ticket and designed and made with only a profit motive in mind.
    David
    Colour: Stainless Steel
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    Lovely looking cooker shame about the light

    3/5
    The gas cooker looks lovely and enhances the kitchen. I was very dissappointed that the light for the oven did not work therefore I was not able to fully enjoy my brand new cooker. An engineer appointment has been arranged and hopeful then I can enjoy my new cooker in all its glory.
    Witter/O'Murphy
    Colour: Stainless Steel
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    A quality product

    4/5
    A nice stove that does what it says it can. I only have one critique of it and that is the pull down of the grill compartment door. If you pull down from top it bangs onto your knuckles . Must be pulled palm upward.
    L White
    Colour: Stainless Steel
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    Stoves cooker

    4/5
    Good strong gas cooker, had same make 30'years so hopefully lasts as long! The only complaint is that the grill is on or off no in between
    Diane Hood
    Colour: Black
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    Stoves gas cooker

    4/5
    Cooker as expected from a reputable company. Solidly made and looks good. Only downside is that the main oven is not fully automatic meaning that it has to be turned on manually.
    B.W
    Colour: Stainless Steel
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    Smart-looking cooker that takes a bit of getting used-to

    4/5
    A solid and smart-looking gas cooker that definitely has a premium air about it - as it it should, given its premium price tag. We opted for the full-fitting service that AO provide (essential with a gas cooker) and this all went fine, the installer even changing our existing gas connection fitting for a new one that could be properly secured to the wall, this making for a much safer connection point. So, that part was all good. Unfortunately though, we did subsequently endure some issues with the main oven randomly turning itself off which, as you can probably imagine, made cooking the Christmas dinner this year an even trickier task than usual! Getting the issue sorted though (via a call to Stoves Service department) was relatively straightforward but, as this all happened over the Christmas holiday period, we did have to wait a while for our engineer visit. There's also a bit of a knack you have to learn when it comes to lighting the hob burners. Don't be tempted to release the control knob as soon as the gas ignites because, if you do, the flame will just go out again. You need to keep the controller pressed-in for a few seconds after the burner has lit and then slowly release it. I believe this is one of the cooker's safety features in action but it has taken us a little while to get used to it as our previous cooker seemed to be much easier to start - that cooker was well-over twenty years old though and, no doubt, wouldn't be up to today's safety standards. With regard to actually cooking things, notwithstanding the issues we've had, it does a pretty good job. Both of the ovens are a good size, the electric grill works well and the hob burners are nice and controllable. It's a 5 star cooker that, for us, only dropped a star because it arrived with a fault.
    Nick
    Colour: Stainless Steel
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