John Lewis JLFSMC621 review
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- Dual fuel
If you’d like the controllability of a gas hob but also want the convenience of two electric ovens, the John Lewis JLFSMC621 dual fuel cooker should have everything you need for trouble-free cooking. The hob has a glass lid that can be used as an extra worktop when needed, so read the full review to find out whether this cooker would be the best choice for your kitchen.What's included:
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- What is it?
- What's good about it?
- Is there anything I should watch out for?
- Is there anything else I should know?
- Should I buy it?
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