John Lewis JLFSGC618 review
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- 60 cm
The John Lewis JLFSGC618 gas cooker has two gas ovens, an integrated electric grill, and a four-burner gas hob. It’s topped off with a glass lid to keep the wall behind it splash-free while you’re frying, but can the flame be turned down low enough to achieve a gentle simmer? Read our full cooker review to find out.
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