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AdvantagesLooks good and cooks well, good functions on the ovens, easy to keep clean

DisadvantagesA tad more expensive initially to buy

...and electric for the ovens so a dual fuel one like we had before except as we had no mains gas our hob was LPG using large gas cylinders. I have to say mains gas gives a much better flame and is much easier as we don?t have to worry about ever running out! The cooker we have is cream below with black hob and controls and looks very smart in the kitchen which is basically variations of cream. THE HOB...

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AdvantagesThe huge advantage is both the dual fuel option, together with two ovens.

DisadvantagesBoth glass doors allow dirt/dust in between - making cleaning difficult.

...the controls from become too warm. Grill pan has a plastic handle - which can get warm - although there is the option to use as a removable handle. The hob is easy to clean - spills are kept around each burner. The glass lid is easy to clean and does not need to be upright when using the ovens. This does need an electrician to install - unlike other dual fuel it does not plug in....

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AdvantagesLooks good, cooks well economical in gas use

Disadvantagesnone that we haqve found

...of the chimney in order that we could fit the cooker/range back into this space. It needed very careful measurement because if we bought a cooker that would then not fit in the whole we had we were going to be in big trouble. Anyway we measured and consulted with the kitchen fitters and we finally decided that the Rangemaster dual fuel 110 would fit in the hole and so - all systems go. We also have no mains...

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