New Professional Deluxe Range Cooker from Rangemaster

The new professional deluxe range cooker from Rangemaster is available in three practical widths, 900mm, 1,000mm and 1,100mm.

Each version boasts a 69 litre multifunction oven, which also benefits from Rangemaster’s rapid response technology which the company says heats the fan oven 30% quicker than other models and a second fan oven. The 1,100mm model also boasts a multizone hob featuring five burners, two ceramic cooking zones, a wok cradle and a griddle. A choice of five stylish finishes complete the collection.

Rangemaster is one of Britain’s best loved range cooker brands and they made the world’s first range cooker in 1830 on the very same site they occupy now, in Royal Leamington Spa where they continue to design and manufacture all products to this day. Rangemaster cookers are considered by some to be at the essential ingredient to a perfect modern kitchen.

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The birth of the Kitchener
Rangemaster are the market leaders in range cooking and from the distinctive design of the Elan, to the contemporary styling of the Elite, the Rangemaster is famous for its style and functionality. The firm are able to draw on a long history, stretching back over 200 years and not one to rest on their laurels, in the last three years alone they’ve invested well over £3 million into the Royal Leamington Spa factory creating a new state of the art design and production centre.

Steeped in history and manufactured in cast iron and heated by solid fuel, the Kitchener could be used to boil, roast, bake and warm – all from the same heat source. It was hailed as one of the greatest domestic institutions of the 19th Century.

Between 1851 and the turn of the century, the Kitchener won many more awards throughout the world. As the Victorian era wore on, the Kitchener went from strength to strength. Its status was recognised by everyone from Edward VII and the King of Italy to the Emperor of Germany – who all had Kitchener stoves.

Whilst the Rangefinder may not be found into todays modern German kitchens, or the sleek, chic Euro influences, they do provide a modern twist to as traditional sense of values typically found and embodied in the Shaker Kitchen style.