Smeg CG92X9 90cm Dual Fuel Range Cooker + £100 Ocado Voucher and Free delivery - £789.00 @ AO (Using Discount code)
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Smeg CG92X9 90cm Dual Fuel Range Cooker + £100 Ocado Voucher and Free delivery - £789.00 @ AO (Using Discount code)

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Found 2nd Aug 2016
Use code GET40

Around the cheapest i have seen this model for + £100 in Ocado vouchers too. Reveiws are really good as well, which isn't overly surprising, as Smeg are not known for shoddy products at all.

There are quite a few offers with Ocado vouchers (£75 & £100) as well, so will drop a link to those in the first comment.
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**Product Info**

Dimensions - (H)90.0 x (W)89.8 x (D)60.0
Weight With Packaging - 82.4 Kg
Display Type - LED
Energy Rating (Main Cavity) - A
Energy Rating (Second Cavity) - A
Energy Rating - A/A

Large capacity with plenty of options. The Smeg CG92X9 comes with a large 72 litre electric multifunctional oven which is great for preparing the grandest of family meals. With lots of cooking options to choose from, including fan and conventional settings, there’s a perfect option for whatever you’ll be eating. The second, 27 litre electric conventional oven can also work as a grill which is fantastic for everything from rustic vegetables to a lovely bit of smoked bacon. And with 5 gas burners up top, including a wok burner, there’s room for all your pans, too.
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I'd love to have one of these but unfortunately it wouldn't fit in my kitchen.
snow18

I'd love to have one of these but unfortunately it wouldn't fit in my … I'd love to have one of these but unfortunately it wouldn't fit in my kitchen.



​same I'm actually standing in the kitchen to see what I can smash in.
My folks had a huge Smeg cooker so it's always something I've wanted.
Buy at your peril. I've had my share of cheap cookers in my years of domesticity but they "just worked".

Bought a Smeg dual fuel cooker a few years ago (thinking I was buying a superior brand), only modestly used (just me here usually and I use the microwave the most!!), and I've replaced the oven door seal three times, the biggest gas hob electrocouple failed, as did the oven heating element.

Luckily I fixed most of these faults myself, but there's lots of complaints about quality control when you start reading up on Smeg appliances.

Edit: the Android app wouldn't let me edit this - got there in the end :P
Edited by: "louiselouise" 3rd Aug 2016
Rented a luxury apartment in Italy once, and the brand new kitchen was fully kitted out in Smeg. They look really shiny and nice, but when you actually use them, they're fiddly, unintuitive, and worst of all, the quality of the components are pretty poor. If you can get them cheap then great, if you're looking for luxury, stick with something like Miele which are miles better.
Been a Chef for over 25 years & find Falcon Cookers to be the "crème de la crème" when it comes to cookers.
And always buy gas if possible !!
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Edited by: "jamgin" 3rd Aug 2016
WheresMeNuts

Been a Chef for over 25 years & find Falcon Cookers to be the "crème de … Been a Chef for over 25 years & find Falcon Cookers to be the "crème de la crème" when it comes to cookers.And always buy gas if possible !!



appliancesdirect.co.uk/bct…ers?&cnt=104

I've spotted a difference, which is the price.
fishmaster

http://www.appliancesdirect.co.uk/bct/cooking/falcon-range-cookers?&cnt=104I've spotted a difference, which is the price.


You can buy them for a grand & the Buffalo cooker is way better as well.
WheresMeNuts

Been a Chef for over 25 years & find Falcon Cookers to be the "crème de … Been a Chef for over 25 years & find Falcon Cookers to be the "crème de la crème" when it comes to cookers.And always buy gas if possible !!



Induction
Have to agree with louiselouise. My parents thought they'd invest in a 'top of the range' cooker and got a Smeg. Had multiple issues since ownership. The digital clock / timer went and the repair cost was as much as new cooker. Avoid. Style over subsance.
jayjayuk1234

Induction


Most Chefs will still take Gas all day over an Induction cooker.
WheresMeNuts

Most Chefs will still take Gas all day over an Induction cooker.



I think times are changing, some Michelin restaurants are now using induction over gas. Maybe it's just the Chefs with copper pots that are reluctant to ditch the gas
WheresMeNuts

Been a Chef for over 25 years & find Falcon Cookers to be the "crème de … Been a Chef for over 25 years & find Falcon Cookers to be the "crème de la crème" when it comes to cookers.And always buy gas if possible !!



They're awesome. We have a falcon gas hob/leccy oven range thats been going for 12 years without a single hiccup.
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