Stoves Richmond range Cooker

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Linzechris

Stoves Richmond range Cooker

I am considering replacing my present range cooker with one of these. Has anyone on here used, bought or had one of these. Specifically this make and model. I would be interested in your experiences and views. Thanks.

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RachelF

Richmond range cooker

I have one of these and love it. Mind you I had to wait two months for it to arrive from John Lewis, but it was worth the wait.
Having had a crappy fan oven before it's great to have so much versitility re how you cook things in the oven(s) - full fan half fan no fan etc.
I love the pull out wire shelving as well. No more ristk of burning my wrist

It looks fantastic too. I have a black one.

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Noreen, Board Moderator

Stoves Richmond range

Linzechris - if you via the site to our Shop you will have a choice of retailers to buy the stove from, and earn loads of e-points....

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Linzechris

Rachel F

Thanks for your reply. Have you had the cooker long and do you use the warming oven? That seems such a good idea rather than just a storage drawer.x

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RachelF

Richmond/Stoves

I have had the oven/cooker for two years. I haven't actually used the warming oven. I have just been looking on their web site. I take it that's the slow cook oven. I feel a bit stupid now because I have just been storing stuff in it! I'll check my model tonight. I suspect it's the 1100DFT
Clearly I haven't been making the most of it.
I must say though that the leaflet that comes with it is very sparse on the information front.

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Linzechris

Stoves Richmond range Cooker

Thanks Rachel. Two years is long enough to know if you really like it or not which is why I was asking! I have a Rangemaster Elan at the moment which I bought new about 9 years ago and it has never really been quite right although others do swear by them. I'm hoping the Richmond will be better and it is less money which is a bonus. I can't afford it yet, but I'm saving for it so thought I would investigate as much as I can. I also like that it has more hob rings than the Rangemaster, and that the wok ring is not on the end of the hob. Mine is and because it is recessed into a chimney breast the wok doesn't fit properly, it touches the wall at the side of it.
I like to make bread so thought the slow cooker ideal, also for leaving casseroles in when I'm out all day.
Hope you start using yours and find somewhere else to store your pans!!!

 
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