Stunning New 70cm Range Cooker from Rangecookers

Some people simply do not have space in their kitchen for a full size range cooker but may still aspire to owning a cooker with a bit more visual impact and cooking capacity than a standard 60cm cooker. If this applies to you, the answer may lie in the pleasing shape of this new 70cm mini-range from Rangecookers - the Select 70df.

Rangecookers Select 70df Twin

The Rangecookers Select 70df - a stunning and compact mini range available in stainless steel only

Smaller Size - Plenty of Range Cooker Character

70cm range cookers are now a rare thing in the UK market, and those that there are tend to come with a prestige badge which commands a high price. There used to be more models around from the likes of Stoves and Smeg, but manufacturers are increasingly reluctant to cater for the low-volume demands of niche markets and 70cm range cookers have fallen off the production schedules in recent years. An inspired move then, by trusted range cooker specialists Rangecookers, to bring the very smartly designed Rangecookers Select 70df to the market with a very appealing price-tag of
*. The Select 70df sits alongside and shares the clean, modern look of the already established Select 90 and 100 models which have proved so very popular to consumers looking for a smart and affordable range cooker from a reliable source. With a standard

2-year warranty

on all their products, Rangecookers have gained a great reputation for understanding what consumers are looking for, and the design team’s passion is very nicely expressed through the Select series’ characteristics of Style, Quality and exceptional Value.

Mini-range Specification

The advantage of a 70cm range cooker is that it does allow a little more room for a higher number of burners on the hob, and the Select 70df does not disappoint, with five gas burners including a powerful 3.5kW triple ring central wok burner (max pan size 28cm) ideal for sizzling wok cooking or for using as a rapid general burner before sliding across the cast iron pan supports onto either a 3kW high burner (26cm diameter pan), two 1.75kW medium (24cm dia) or a 1kW simmer burner (14cm dia). To the rear of the hotplate there is a low stainless steel upstand to heat-shield the rear wall, or you can remove this if you prefer to fit the optional 750mm high splashback to the wall.

The control panel features metalised control knobs and a digital clock/programmer (green display) which controls the main oven - a fanned 53 litre oven with a left-hinged door. Above, the second oven has a drop-down door revealing a 35 litre non-fanned electric oven with conventional or base-heat-only settings (great for pizzas), and a variable electric grill with a grill tray on telescopic runners. Both ovens are double-glazed and are A-rated for energy consumption. There is also a light in each oven, and conventional enamel oven linings. The inner door glass is removable for easy cleaning (as are the doors themselves), and the construction allows cool air to pass through the door to keep the surface temperature sensible.

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A brilliantly compact and visually attractive cooker, the Rangecookers Select 70df is a highly appealing package. Even smaller kitchens should be able to find an extra 10cm to accommodate a 70cm mini-range, and the effect is greater than you might think, with the sturdy side panels and wider hob giving the Select 70df a confident stance which fills the room markedly more than a conventional 60cm cooker, and seems to infer more ambitious cooking credentials than something more run-of-the-mill. With a very nice build quality and even nicer price-point, the Rangecookers Select 70df should prove a real winner with those already committed to a 70cm gap in their kitchen, and for those who want to create one.


If you love this 70cm cooker but do not have a 30Amp electrical supply available, why not take a look at the Select 70df Single?

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*Price correct as of September 2014