Rangemaster Kitchener 90 £899.99 @ Currys
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Rangemaster Kitchener 90 £899.99 @ Currys

£899.99£99910%Currys PC World Deals
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Found 31st Dec 2018
Thought this is very good deal if anyone is looking for a new oven. Next price is £300 more. Extra 10% off £999.99
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Good price. We bought a classic about a year ago. Genuinely worth the money. Ideally you need the matching hood mind.
ms200514 h, 27 m ago

Good price. We bought a classic about a year ago. Genuinely worth the …Good price. We bought a classic about a year ago. Genuinely worth the money. Ideally you need the matching hood mind.



The matching hood is £339 but when bought with the cooker attracts a bundle discount of £75, so reducing the hood to £264 (today only!).
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Good price, fantastic cooker....we have had one for 7 years, the side oven been tall and narrow is super useful
looked at this and nearly bought it as a great deal, but in the end went for the slightly dearer SMEG oven from AO (£999). our existing SMEG has lasted almost 20yrs!.
I have had this exact same one for over 5 years and it’s still growing strong. Highly recommend it.
Good cookers, went with a Rangemaster Pro Deluxe 90 when we had a new kitchen fitted 12 months ago. Only used the side oven last week for the first time when we had loads of relatives round for xmas dinner. Worked really well.
They've been building these cookers here in Leamington since 1830 !
I've had this cooker for a long time. Still not sure I like it.

Maybe picky but: Definitely hate the grill which seems to be either too hot or off. It also gets in the way of the cooker door.

The side oven is handy once in a while, but is taller than it needs to be for the times you want to do one or two things in the side. I think it uses the same or more power than the main oven too.

Might be normal? but if you open the cooker door you get a full on blast of heat/steam in the face every time.

The main element has broken once in 10 years and was easy to replace. It's been reliable and still looks good.

We paid about this price back then, so looks like a good deal.
Edited by: "turnpike" 1st Jan
Got same price this time last year. Good cooker but I agree with comment about grill being either too hot or off.
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...to buy this cooker.
turnpike2 h, 28 m ago

Might be normal? but if you open the cooker door you get a full on blast …Might be normal? but if you open the cooker door you get a full on blast of heat/steam in the face every time.


My Pro Deluxe 90 is the same. Just got to be careful your head's not leaning over the oven door when you open it. I think it helps to cook the food faster. It's a lot quicker than my old gas oven. Chips took 30 minutes in my old gas oven and about 22 minutes in the Rangemaster electric oven.
Bought this same model 12 years ago. Love it to bits and would recommend except that I have no experience of other makes/models so don't know if others are better. Have only had to replace the "crown" that sits on the fast burner once after around 10 years, stopped igniting properly due to the crown warping in shape over a long time, cost around £30 I think it was.

Not surprised it's still being sold, these types of units are so well made/designed that there's very little scope for making upgrades/improvements so imagine it'll still be sold for a long time yet.
rofldinho2 h, 52 m ago

Bought this same model 12 years ago. Love it to bits and would recommend …Bought this same model 12 years ago. Love it to bits and would recommend except that I have no experience of other makes/models so don't know if others are better. Have only had to replace the "crown" that sits on the fast burner once after around 10 years, stopped igniting properly due to the crown warping in shape over a long time, cost around £30 I think it was.Not surprised it's still being sold, these types of units are so well made/designed that there's very little scope for making upgrades/improvements so imagine it'll still be sold for a long time yet.


that's good to hear I was debating whether to get this for a few days. Ordered a few days just waiting delivery hopefully won't be disappointed
I love the knowledge of people on this site. My wife wants a Neff or similar, and ideally my budget is around the £800-£900 mark - what oven would you fine people recommend for a new kitchen we are having built? No preference for gas or electric
I had to chip in and add my comment on this.
I got one 4 years ago from Currys, the Classic one.

It broke EVERY year. One of the switches that controls the hobs kept breaking and also the temperature sensor inside.
Luckily I had 5 years guarantee.

The worst part, after multiple calls to their support, they finally sent out an engineer, who would come and inspect it and come back 1/2 weeks later with the part. The parts were ordered from Turkey. Even the engineer said: "All the parts from these expensive brand names are actually the same as the cheap cookers."

This brand is not worth the price. Would not recommend.
The_Engineer18 m ago

I had to chip in and add my comment on this.I got one 4 years ago from …I had to chip in and add my comment on this.I got one 4 years ago from Currys, the Classic one.It broke EVERY year. One of the switches that controls the hobs kept breaking and also the temperature sensor inside.Luckily I had 5 years guarantee. The worst part, after multiple calls to their support, they finally sent out an engineer, who would come and inspect it and come back 1/2 weeks later with the part. The parts were ordered from Turkey. Even the engineer said: "All the parts from these expensive brand names are actually the same as the cheap cookers."This brand is not worth the price. Would not recommend.


Then I know other people who won't have anything else but rangemaster
The_Engineer4 h, 28 m ago

I had to chip in and add my comment on this.I got one 4 years ago from …I had to chip in and add my comment on this.I got one 4 years ago from Currys, the Classic one.It broke EVERY year. One of the switches that controls the hobs kept breaking and also the temperature sensor inside.Luckily I had 5 years guarantee. The worst part, after multiple calls to their support, they finally sent out an engineer, who would come and inspect it and come back 1/2 weeks later with the part. The parts were ordered from Turkey. Even the engineer said: "All the parts from these expensive brand names are actually the same as the cheap cookers."This brand is not worth the price. Would not recommend.


Totally agree.
I've not had one myself but I did a lot of research before I bought my cooker.

I was dead set on getting a rangemaster, the impression I had was they're a much better brand than the alternatives you'll find in Currys etc.

I went in Currys to have a look and wasn't impressed with the build quality on any of the models, they feel surprisingly flimsy, lots of plastic and cheaper materials. Certainly no better than the cheaper Stoves, Belling range style cookers.

I then went into a range cookers specialist, still with the intention of looking at Rangemasters as maybe I was looking at the wrong models?
Admittedly the shop I went to was fairly high end, but the impression I got from the sales assistant was that they're cheap and nasty, trading on the name to the masses.
When compared with other brands, the lack of quality was clearly evident.

I ended up spending a little more and buying a Britannia. I'm SO glad I did, the quality is leages ahead and I managed to find a deal online that meant I didn't spend too much more than the rangemaster I was looking at.

Don't get me wrong, not everyone wants to spend a fortune on a cooker and I can appreciate that. Just don't buy into the name thinking you're getting any better quality than some of the other more budget options.
The_Engineer22 h, 50 m ago

I had to chip in and add my comment on this.I got one 4 years ago from …I had to chip in and add my comment on this.I got one 4 years ago from Currys, the Classic one.It broke EVERY year. One of the switches that controls the hobs kept breaking and also the temperature sensor inside.Luckily I had 5 years guarantee. The worst part, after multiple calls to their support, they finally sent out an engineer, who would come and inspect it and come back 1/2 weeks later with the part. The parts were ordered from Turkey. Even the engineer said: "All the parts from these expensive brand names are actually the same as the cheap cookers."This brand is not worth the price. Would not recommend.


If it comes from Turkey it is NOT this cooker brand, you are on about Flavel or leisure possibly the cookmaster, Rangemaster’s are made in England and do not suffer those sort of problems.

EDIT : the only other one you could be on about is the Rangemaster 60cm cookers which are not made by Rangemaster, anything that is 90cm or above is made by range themselves and will be a good quality cooker.
Edited by: "redstar70" 3rd Jan
chris_p18 h, 20 m ago

Totally agree. I've not had one myself but I did a lot of research before …Totally agree. I've not had one myself but I did a lot of research before I bought my cooker. I was dead set on getting a rangemaster, the impression I had was they're a much better brand than the alternatives you'll find in Currys etc. I went in Currys to have a look and wasn't impressed with the build quality on any of the models, they feel surprisingly flimsy, lots of plastic and cheaper materials. Certainly no better than the cheaper Stoves, Belling range style cookers. I then went into a range cookers specialist, still with the intention of looking at Rangemasters as maybe I was looking at the wrong models? Admittedly the shop I went to was fairly high end, but the impression I got from the sales assistant was that they're cheap and nasty, trading on the name to the masses. When compared with other brands, the lack of quality was clearly evident. I ended up spending a little more and buying a Britannia. I'm SO glad I did, the quality is leages ahead and I managed to find a deal online that meant I didn't spend too much more than the rangemaster I was looking at. Don't get me wrong, not everyone wants to spend a fortune on a cooker and I can appreciate that. Just don't buy into the name thinking you're getting any better quality than some of the other more budget options.


I'm sorry but as a cooker specialist I have to stick my oar in here, Belling,Stoves etc are nowhere near the quality of a Rangemaster, Rangemaster uses a much stronger frame, better quality components and thicker metals all around, they arent even close to Rangemaster, as regards Britannia v Rangemaster, its Rangemaster every time for me, more reliable and when they do break far cheaper to fix (you'd be stunned at the price of Britannia parts v Rangemaster, for example a grill element on a Britannia will retail at around £180 as opposed to a Rangemaster at around £30 and both are exactly the same quality) If youd looked at the no expense spared Rangemaster elise you would have seen a cooker comparable in every department to a britannia cooker if not better and certainly more reliable and cheaper to repair (Rangemaster fixed price repair inc parts £175 - Britannia £250 + parts) But the real Rangemaster built product that is aimed at competition to the Britannia is a Falcon cooker which quality wise blows away anything else in its price range to me.

BTW the reason your dealer would have put you off Rangemaster is that they cannot compete with the internet companies, to sell at their prices the shops would make around a £40 loss, which is why they push you onto cookers with a restricted sale price... like britannias.

I've worked exclusively in cookers for 35 years and would recommend a Rangemaster range cooker to anybody (not the 60cm cookers though, they dont make them)
Are both ovens electric on this cooker?
Do ovens come exclusively as gas or are they all electric now?
redstar703rd Jan

If it comes from Turkey it is NOT this cooker brand, you are on about …If it comes from Turkey it is NOT this cooker brand, you are on about Flavel or leisure possibly the cookmaster, Rangemaster’s are made in England and do not suffer those sort of problems.EDIT : the only other one you could be on about is the Rangemaster 60cm cookers which are not made by Rangemaster, anything that is 90cm or above is made by range themselves and will be a good quality cooker.


It was indeed the Rangemaster 60cm cooker. Such a rubbish and misleading thing to do and put their brand on it then?
The_Engineer4th Jan

It was indeed the Rangemaster 60cm cooker. Such a rubbish and misleading …It was indeed the Rangemaster 60cm cooker. Such a rubbish and misleading thing to do and put their brand on it then?


Every single manufacturer does it, they all have products out there with their name on it but not made by them, this was a particularly bad move by Rangemaster as it can put people off of their in house made cookers that are actually made really well.
Edited by: "redstar70" 6th Jan
anssa1st Jan

I have had this exact same one for over 5 years and it’s still growing s …I have had this exact same one for over 5 years and it’s still growing strong. Highly recommend it.


How big will this get if you don't mind me asking?
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