Product code: 86684574
Transform your kitchen with the Stoves Sterling Deluxe S900DF Dual Fuel Range Cooker. Offering a contemporary design, the Sterling Deluxe S900DF Dual Fuel Range Cooker is built upon 100 years engineering experience.
The gas-through-glass hob has a smooth ceramic glass surface to give a stylish and elegant look whilst still providing all the benefits of cooking on gas. The hob has 5 burners, including a 5.0kW dual ring PowerWok Plus burner and comes equipped with a wok cradle and large cast iron griddle. Raised cast iron Pan Glide pan supports complete the hob and allow pans to glide across the top of the cooker with ease and stability.
The main multifunction oven allows you to select from 11 different settings, including Defrost, Pizza and Bread Proving. The Equiflow fan system provides excellent heat distribution and because the air is constantly circulating, you won’t mix flavours if cooking different foods at the same time, so you’ll always get the best results whatever you’re making. Intelligently designed Pro-Trac telescopic shelves slide out smoothly to allow safe and easy access to food without having to reach into the oven. Fully adjustable, they can be moved to whichever shelf position you need.
The right hand Titan Oven has a large 79L capacity and 8 shelf positions. Twin Equiflow fans bring the oven to the target temperature faster and distribute the heat evenly so you can cook more food at one time without worrying about changing shelf positions. This makes it great for batch baking.
For ultimate flexibility, the included PROFLEX splitter gives you the ability to convert the Titan Oven into two separate fan ovens with independent controls, transforming the 900mm three oven range cooker into four ovens.
An electric grill, deep full width grill pan, plate warming rack and 2 sets of Pro-Trac telescopic sliders round out the features of this mighty oven.
The top left cavity is the spacious 31L Maxi Grill and conventional oven, featuring Pro-Trac telescopic sliders and a full width grill pan to let you make the most of the large cooking area.
This model also features the Stoves Maxi-Clock touch control programmer with a large, easy to read white LED display and Zeus Bluetooth connected timer.
The Zeus free downloadable app has been developed exclusively for Stoves and lets you use your smartphone or tablet to control the programmer on your oven. Set the cooking duration and end time, save your favourites, automatically update the clock and keep an eye on your timer without having to be in the kitchen.
Steam & Infuse
Unique to Stoves is Steam & Infuse. An accessory kit adds moisture and flavour to your dish, turning every meal into a masterpiece. Simply add water, stock or infused spices to the pot and place your poultry/meat over the top.
Supporting poultry or meat vertically exposes all sides to the oven’s heat, promoting an even cook and the flavours from the pot steam from the inside, optimising the taste and texture of your food. The kit also includes an accessory for making kebabs.
The maximum current in amperes the switch will carry continuously. Please consult a qualified electrician for power supply wiring requirements and to see if this product is compatible with your home.
- Appliance Width
- Burner Power
Heat output of each burner; the higher the kilowatt, the hotter and more powerful the burner. More powerful burners will help to replicate cooking techniques such as stir fry cooking
- 1x small 1.0 kW2x medium 2.0 kW1x large 3.0 kW1x wok 5.0 kW
- Cable Included
- 164 litres
- Capacity- Main Oven
- 64 litres
- Capacity- Second Oven
- 94 litres
- Care instructions
- In handbook
- Child lock
- Country of Origin
- H90 x W89.6 x D60cm
- Door Glazing
Thicker glass in your oven door means more heat is contained inside and keeps the exterior door surface cool to the touch.
- Energy Rating
Graded on performance, from A+++ to G, with A+++ being the highest rating. Higher ratings mean better energy efficiency
- Flame failure safety device
Flame failure safety device
Shuts off the gas supply to the burner if the flame is accidentally extinguished
- Fuel Type
- Function- Main Oven
- Conventional, Fan, Grill
- Function- Third Oven
- Glass Lid
- Grill Fuel Type
- Grill Position
- Top Left And Main Oven
- Half Grill
- Hob Fuel
- Hob type
- Gas Hob
- Ignition Type
Jet Flame ignition: ignites a jet of gas along the side of the burner as the gas control is turned on. Independent Direct Ignition: every burner lights independently letting you to cook on any one instantly
- Internal Light
Lets you see the food cooking
- Lining Type
- Main Oven Energy Consumption- Forced Air
Main Oven Energy Consumption- Forced Air
How much energy is used by the oven in fan mode
- Manufacturer Part Number (MPN)
- Minute Minder
- Model name / number
- Number of Burners
- Number of Shelves
- Oven Format
The number of separate oven cavities in the appliance. Note that the different cavities may have different size, configuration and features
- Pan Supports
- Cast Iron
- Stoves Sterling Deluxe
- Second Oven Energy Consumption- Convection
Second Oven Energy Consumption- Convection
How much energy is used by the oven in conventional (non-fan) mode
- Second Oven Energy Consumption- Forced Air
Second Oven Energy Consumption- Forced Air
How much energy is used by the oven in fan mode
- Suitable for LPG Conversion
- Yes - minute minder
- Total Load Rating (Electrical)
Total Load Rating (Electrical)
The rate of energy usage by this unit. Please consult a qualified electrician for power supply wiring requirements and to see if this product is compatible with your home.
Unpackaged weight of the product
From a small company in the heart of northern England to one of the largest manufacturers in Europe..
Throughout the 1920s and early '30s Stoves developed a reputation for manufacturing excellence, producing oil powered stoves and a range of camping stoves which remain popular with collectors today.
However, innovation really began with the arrival of new owners - Falk, Stadelmann & Co of Farringdon Road, London - who had built a reputation for themselves during wartime for manufacturing lighting, cooking and heating appliances.
Stoves' love affair with cooking started on Valentine's Day 1920 and almost 100 years later, it's still going strong.More from Stoves