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Kenwood CK704 Range Cooker @ Currys
Kenwood CK704 Range Cooker @ Currys

Kenwood CK704 Range Cooker @ Currys

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I know this is probably of limited appeal but we've just bought one as it's by far and away the best value/best looking range cooker out there.

There's 300 quid off and you can use the AWOFF40 code to get another 40 quid off to get the 559.99 price....also another 19.60 off via quidco taking the price down to 540.39 - not bad for a cooker that was £899.99!

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is there a grill on this range. i cannot find it in the description. looks like a good deal

Original Poster

yes, there is one but it's not separate...built into the main oven bit. We've been looking for about 3 weeks for a good buy for a range cooker and nearly bought a flavel based on which reviews but in real life it looks and feels reeeaaally cheap. This one feels very solid and high quality, way better than some cookers even twice the price (like the dreadful Smeg)....time will tell how good the ovens are though

great find shame its not all electric ):

Niallmoran-Please list deal prices without quidco or any other cashback site moneys removed as not everyone uses these sites and its not 100% that you will get the cashback anyway.
Post price altered.

Original Poster

no probs Mike - i wasn't sure about that at the time....should have checked first :-D

Hi,
I have ordered this cooker, thanks.
Could you tell me the power size of the 2 electric ovens (2 kw etc). I want to check that my 4mm cable is large enough to run it but I can not see it in the tecnical information.
Thanks

Original Poster

not sure to be honest Kevin...i found a link to a very similar cooker:
kenwoodworld.com/dat…pdf
which states a 3 x 2.5mm cable for the electric hook up. Sounds about right to me since it's just for the oven.

Thanks for the advice, I was looking for a manual online and I could not find one.
I take it 3 x 2.5 is smaller then using a 4mm cable? I'm not an electrician but I was going to connect it with 4mm cable.

Kevin

chuf;1660005

great find shame its not all electric ):



I've got a Rangemaster all electric range cooker, they are expensive but, I cannot recommend it enough. Brilliant! I love it, wouldn't go back to anything else now. :thumbsup:

Original Poster

the missus was most insistant that we get a dual fuel cooker....all electic would have been far easier to install but never mind. Rangemaster cookers probably start at 3 times the price of this kenwood so they should be good :-D

Original Poster

kevin12345;1669395

Thanks for the advice, I was looking for a manual online and I could not … Thanks for the advice, I was looking for a manual online and I could not find one.I take it 3 x 2.5 is smaller then using a 4mm cable? I'm not an electrician but I was going to connect it with 4mm cable.Kevin



Yeah, 2.5mm cable is the stuff you normally use for 13 amp sockets so 4mm will be plenty. I think 4mm is probably the correct grade for all-electric cookers or electric showers which pull between 7.5kw and 10.5kw.

chuf;1660005

great find shame its not all electric ):



No its not... but this one is
dixons.co.uk/mar…com

All be it for 616 - could try use the AWOFF40 code and might get another 40 quid off for a total of 566 and free delivery...

I'm considering this - but from what I have read rangemasters kick butt, so thinking more of this one at moment:
dixons.co.uk/mar…com

Thats like 300 quid cheaper than any where else based on a quick scan through results.

In fact, just writing this has made my mind up - gonna go rangemaster, as much on looks as anything else (it does look nice, quality shows - and black would suit my kitchen a lot more)

Happy hunting people :whistling:
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