Rangemaster continues to develop its brand offering with the expansion of its 60cm freestanding cooker range.
The introduction of new dual fuel and induction models reflects their growing popularity in modern homes and is part of a wider update to the range, which includes additional features and design updates.
Available in Rangemaster’s popular Professional + and Classic collections, the 60cm freestanding cookers include many of the much-loved features from their larger counterparts in two distinct designs.
The brand-new 60cm induction model includes a four-zone hob, consisting of two 2.5kW cooking zones and a further two 1.8kW zones. Features include a pan detector, power boost function, residual heat indicator and child lock, plus the touch-control LED minute minder can be set on each individual zone to automatically switch it off when the time is up.
The new dual fuel version has a four-burner hob comprising a 2.9kW rapid burner, two 1.75kW burners and a smaller 1kW burner, all of which are protected by robust, matt black cast iron pan supports with matching burner caps, and feature single-handed ignition. For additional styles of cooking, a griddle is supplied as standard.
Induction, ceramic and dual fuel models benefit from a generous 69-litre multifunction fan oven, boasting catalytic side liners, seven different cooking settings and an energy-efficient ‘A’ rating. This is complemented by a smaller 39-litre conventional oven and grill, which offers a range of functions including ‘browning’ and slow cook.
Iskender Diker, director of sales and marketing for Rangemaster appliances, said: “We are always listening to feedback from customers and retailers to introduce products suitable for today’s homes, and the new 60cm models address the demand for high-quality products in more compact spaces.
“With two new fuel types, a refreshed look and improved features for our freestanding 60cm cooker collection, we’re confident they will appeal to a wider range of consumers and offer retailers greater opportunities in a competitive category.”