Falcon Continental Dual Fuel review
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- Dual Fuel
- 100 cm
This retro-styled Falcon Continental dual-fuel range cooker has catalytic linings inside its two ovens, so it should be easy to keep clean. But would this range cooker perform well enough to impress our testers in the lab? Read on to find out.
- Pros and cons
- Burner featuresWok burner
- Other featuresStorage drawer;towel rail
- Height91 cm
- Depth60 cm
- Year tested2007
- Additional informationThis range cooker was tested before 2012. The results aren't directly comparable with range cookers tested from 2012 onwards.
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