Leisure Cuisinemaster CS90F530X review
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- Dual Fuel
- 90 cm
Sturdy cast-iron pan supports, chunky controls and a steel fascia combine to give the Leisure Cuisinemaster CS90F530X range cooker an industrial feel, so it should be able to handle some serious cooking. But you can't tell everything about a range cooker just by looking at it. If you want to know whether the grill makes great toast and the oven bakes brilliantly, you'll need to read the full review, below.
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- Height96 cm
- Depth65 cm
- Year tested2015
- Additional informationThis range cooker was tested to a test program that ran from 2012 to 2016. Its results are not directly comparable with models tested before 2012 or after 2016.
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