Rangemaster Longstock 90 Induction Hob Oven Range Cooker, Black
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DimensionsH90.5 x W90 x D60.8cm
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Has an even temperature throughout for consistent cooking
Safer to use & heats up faster than a standard electric hob
Large cooking capacity
The main oven has a large 79-litre capacity and the second oven has a 67-litre capacity, allowing for a range of different meals to be cooked simultaneously. Both ovens have 2 shelves and 5 different shelf positions to give you plenty of space to add a roast or a couple of dishes. The solid doors are triple-glazed to help seal in the heat for a better cooking experience.
The induction hotplate features 5 cooking zones. Induction heating gives near-instant heat (comparable to gas) and allows you to precisely control the temperature at which you cook. As only the area at the base of the pan is heated, it's also highly efficient. Only use pans suitable for induction hobs. These include: enamelled steel, iron, stainless steel (depending on the alloy) and some aluminium pans with a ferromagnetic base. Glass and copper bases are unsuitable.
With an energy efficiency rating of A, the LSK90EI is more eco-friendly and saves on your next utility bill.
This cooker has a programmable timer, so you can easily have multiple dishes on the go without losing track of cooking time for each.
Featuring Catalytic liners that absorb fat and steam during cooking, this cooker then releases these deposits to the base when above 200 degrees, ensuring that the oven is kept as clean as possible with minimum effort.
This cooker requires compatibility with a 45 amp fuse, with a maximum power load of 7.4kW at 230V. Please check your connection before purchasing.
Rangemaster’s original range cooker, made in 1830, was a revelation to the cooking fraternity. They are still manufactured in Royal Leamington Spa, Warwickshire, benefiting from over 200 years of manufacturing excellence. Great cooking has always started with a great cooker and the new ranges still share the original dedication to quality, design and innovation.
Worth knowing: If you have a heart pacemaker, do seek advice from your doctor before using an induction hob.