Cooker help please!

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Lana George

Cooker help please!

Hi all
A while since I've posted so hope everyone's well!
Just about to move house and need to buy a freestanding electic standard sized cooker. I've done some research and though I found some reviews there aren't too many reviews on FS...particularly as I fancy a pyrolytic oven and induction hob! The De Dietrich DCi900XU is winning my vote at the moment although not cheap and it doesn't seem to be available in many stores! Please if you have a pyrolytic/induction cooker of any sort I'd appreciate your advice on how good they are and especially if you have a freestanding model you would recommend? Many thanks in advance! :)

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Rose Water

Hob and Oven

It's a very long long time since I have been here too. However I use a Neff pyrolytic oven and induction hob. They are both three yours old and I am not dissappointed. I love the fact my hob is always clean and likewise the oven. Mine are not free-standing but I would choose them again. I also have a small neff oven with retracting door which I use constantly,the other one is too large for my daily needs.
I like the features on my hob ie; memory, automatic switch off and power button.

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Lana George

Thank you!

Many thanks for the feedback on your oven and hob. Good to know that you're so pleased with it and all reinforces my thinking! :)

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Nausea Bagwash

Oven.

Does it have to be an electric cooker? A gas fired oven produces much better results for roasts and baking. I've cooked with both and know from whence I speak!

 
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