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What you need to know before buying a range cooker

A range cooker (or cooking range) is essential for people cooking in kitchens with limited space that still want to enjoy the advantages of a full-size hob and oven. A range cooker combines these two appliances into one, saving space and adding convenience to your daily cooking.

There are three aspects to consider when choosing a range cooker: size and capacity, fuel type, and other considerations.

Choosing the perfect range cooker size

When you’re choosing a cooking range for your kitchen, you not only need to keep in mind the capacity of the oven, but also the number of burners or cooking zones on the hob. With some freestanding cookers, you even have the option of having two separate ovens, or an additional grill unit.

A standard 60x60 cm cooking range has a capacity of around 60 liters and 4 burners, which is enough to cook delicious meals for a family of 5.

Slimline cookers with a width of 50cm save more space, but sacrifice capacity and size of the burners, while range cookers are extra wide, adding more cooking zones and at least one more oven.

Choosing the perfect fuel type: Freestanding gas cooker or electric cooker?

There are three types of cooking ranges based on fuel options:

 

Choosing the perfect fuel type: Freestanding gas cooker or electric cooker?

 

  • Freestanding electric cooker: This combines an electric oven with an electric or induction hob, which saves you the effort of adding a gas supply to your home.
  • Freestanding gas cooker: The combination of a gas oven with a gas hob is more cost efficient to run than the electric variant.
  • Dual fuel: These cookers combine an electric oven with a gas hob, giving you the best of both worlds – uniform cooking in the oven and precise control of the hob.

Other considerations when buying range cookers

 

Other considerations when buying range cookers

 

  • Installation: If you’re opting for gas, consider the need for a gas supply in your house.
  • Cleaning: An oven with catalytic, pyrolytic, or steam cleaning features will save you lots of time cleaning.
  • Safety: With modern safety features like Electrolux’s flame failure devices, gas cookers are just as safe to use as electric ones.

Choose the perfect cooking ranges with Electrolux

 

Choose the perfect cooking ranges with Electrolux

 

Electrolux’s cooking ranges offer high power and capacity to accommodate any meal for your loved ones while ensuring safety with double-glazed doors, child locks or auto-off functions. Enjoy your new freestanding range cooker with peace of mind.

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