Rangemaster Elise 110DF review
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- Dual Fuel
- 110 cm
If money's no object and you have space for a large, dual-fuel range cooker, the Rangemaster Elise 110 may have caught your eye. It comes with a host of features including an integrated door rack and automatic cooking - but does it cook well enough to justify the price tag? Find out in our full review.
- Pros and cons
- Burner featuresWok burner
- Other featuresSlow cooking;non-tip shelves;roasting shelf inside door;towel rail;storage drawer
- Height97 cm
- Depth65 cm
- Year tested2014
- 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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- Dual Fuel
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