The Kitchener name was first applied to a cooker in 1830 by William Flavel, of Rangemaster's founding family, and the first Kitchener proved an instant success. The modern version has become a firm favourite too, and combines traditional good looks with modern overtones and typical Rangemaster build quality, making the rather handsome Kitchener an excellent entry-level Rangemaster cooker.
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The Rangemaster cooker collection offers variety, style, dependable build quality and useful cooking features, including multifunction ovens, roll-out grills, Handyrack roasting tray shelves and powerful wok burners. Fuel types range from versatile dual fuel to powerful all gas cookers through to efficient and responsive electric induction models, all in a variety of widths from 90cm to 110cm, and a comprehensive palette of finishes.
Rangemaster continue to be the best-selling manufacturer on the range cooker market, and their excellent cookers remain aspirational but not overly expensive.