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Range cooker advice

5 months ago
last modified: 5 months ago


I am in the process of designing my cooker and have a couple of design dilemmas that I would like some help on. Whilst we are currently a couple, I love to cook and entertain so building out a kitchen with this in mind.

1. We have the capacity for either a 90cm or a 120cm range cooker, and i am having difficulty deciding which one to go for. I do like the idea of a 90cm single oven range cooker for the large turkey/meat roast that we do a couple of times a year, and we do roast a lot of our meal so a larger capacity oven would help even on casual weekday meals.

I also like the additional hobs of a 120cm range albeit not a fan of 2 single ovens as i find the capacity smaller when there are 2 ovens in a 120cm range. A 120cm range with single oven is outside of my budget, perhaps a commercial range would suit better although have no experience of these. Just wondering anyone has any experience/thoughts on 120cm vs 90cm range cookers.

NB, I will also be purchasing a single 60cm in-built oven into a tall unit as well.

2. Have been looking at differing brands. Having read feed on here as well as elsewhere, I have narrowed down the brands to Falcon 90, Bertazzoni 90 or Kaiser 90.

I know the Kaiser range is fairly new in the UK, so just wondering if anyone has any experience with Kaiser range?

Thank you in advance

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