British appliance brand Stoves has refreshed its Deluxe range cooker collection in response to consumer demand for range cookers that offer a more flexible and accurate cooking experience.
The new products feature Stoves’ FreedomFLEX zoneless induction hotplates, which the company claims is a world first for range cookers. Removing the rings allows users to position any pan of any shape or size anywhere on their hotplate, providing more flexibility.
Stoves’ upgraded Deluxe range cookers also feature pre-programmed settings for melting chocolate, simmering and keeping food warm so home cooks can expect consistent results, while the ovens have TrueTemp digital thermostats for precise temperature control. Stoves says its Deluxe range cookers with QuadOvens are the only models on the market to offer four working ovens. Other highlights include the Titan Twin Fanned Oven, Proflex Splitter and Rapid Pre-Heat function.
The refreshed Deluxe range cookers come in dual fuel and electric induction models and contemporary and traditional designs to suit a variety of kitchen styles. Sizes range from 900mm to 1100mm.