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Who Has A Dual Fuel Range Cooker?

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Make? Size? Any Good? Pros+Cons? Discuss. Read More
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banned7y, 9m agoPosted 7 years, 9 months ago
Make?
Size?
Any Good?
Pros+Cons?

Discuss.
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banned7y, 9m agoPosted 7 years, 9 months ago
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banned#1
come on ladies!

fellas a time to compare spec sheets!! no one cooking these days or wha!!
1 Like #2
I have it's a Baumatic.......................it's not bad.....when it works.....................however so far I've had to replace the elements for both the main oven and the fan oven.:?
banned 1 Like #3
I have a Flavel, bought from Argos about 3 years ago for £549, use it every day and never had a problem with it. it's 1000mm wide, 8 gas burners, a full size fan assisted oven and a full size conventional oven (both electric).

http://i244.photobucket.com/albums/gg39/Churchy2704/kitchen.jpg
1 Like #4
I'm after a Rangestyle oven but all gas,not really keen on electric oven.

I'm going buy from a local shop if they cna fit the hood at top too,I've had way too much messing about with a lot stuff,so not messing about online,just gonna buy from local Euronics centre if they will arrange installment of everything.
#5
i bought my wife a smeg range cooker as a birthday gift for a laugh, she loved it, i dont know how the bloomin thing works though:oops:
banned#6
I might buy one tonight, just for a laugh.
banned#7
vibeone
I might buy one tonight, just for a laugh.


what's with all the spam mate? :?
banned#8
lumoruk
what's with all the spam mate? :?

dunno what you mean. I need a new cooker, and this cropped up.
banned#9
vibeone
dunno what you mean. I need a new cooker, and this cropped up.


lol okay :-D
banned#10
churchy2704
I have a Flavel, bought from Argos about 3 years ago for £549, use it every day and never had a problem with it. it's 1000mm wide, 8 gas burners, a full size fan assisted oven and a full size conventional oven (both electric).

http://i244.photobucket.com/albums/gg39/Churchy2704/kitchen.jpg


thats a nice looking cooker! its something similar im after! cheers for that :-D

by the way do you have a gloss worktop?
banned#11
Mum2Connor&Cerys
I'm after a Rangestyle oven but all gas,not really keen on electric oven.

I'm going buy from a local shop if they cna fit the hood at top too,I've had way too much messing about with a lot stuff,so not messing about online,just gonna buy from local Euronics centre if they will arrange installment of everything.


what seems to be the issue?

i was first looking at gas to be honest but now i guess dual fuel is the way forward. plus alot of people rave about electric ovens being quicker and cooking more evenly and what not
#12
kapows
what seems to be the issue?

i was first looking at gas to be honest but now i guess dual fuel is the way forward. plus alot of people rave about electric ovens being quicker and cooking more evenly and what not


I think it's because in the past when I've had electric cookers in rented partly furnished flats,they always been naff and I've been put off by electric really.


I'm really used to gas now,so just going buy all gas,I've arranged the shop earlier to come round and have a measure up and I'm buying next Tuesday,I'm going for a similar set up churchy got in the pic,nice kitchen btw churchy.

They arranging it all for me,not all the websites and likes of Argos offer installation etc.
Co-Op electricals seem to be quite compettive though,I rarely buy in shops these days,but this is going be a 1 off.
banned#13
Mum2Connor&Cerys
I think it's because in the past when I've had electric cookers in rented partly furnished flats,they always been naff and I've been put off by electric really.


I'm really used to gas now,so just going buy all gas,I've arranged the shop earlier to come round and have a measure up and I'm buying next Tuesday,I'm going for a similar set up churchy got in the pic,nice kitchen btw churchy.

They arranging it all for me,not all the websites and likes of Argos offer installation etc.
Co-Op electricals seem to be quite compettive though,I rarely buy in shops these days,but this is going be a 1 off.


basically the hobs you cook on are gas. the only electric thing is the oven thats all. and you usually get two ovens with range sttyle and one can be conventional (gas) and one electric.

worth a look :-)

anyway what make and model you gone for and what shop? :)
#14
kapows
basically the hobs you cook on are gas. the only electric thing is the oven thats all. and you usually get two ovens with range sttyle and one can be conventional (gas) and one electric.

worth a look :-)

anyway what make and model you gone for and what shop? :)


I'm going with a local shop called Delmaines,it's a Euronics Centre.

online,Boots sell it and I think I saw it in CoOp Electricals too.

http://www.bootskitchenappliances.com/Product_Information.aspx?BackLink=Product_Listings&ProductID=7099&ProductCode=100G_CC&ProdColourID=10929&specification=false

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