Rangemaster Leckford 90 Induction review
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- Electric induction
The Rangemaster Leckford 90 Induction range cooker has five induction cooking zones, two electric ovens and a separate glide-out grill oven. The left-hand oven is multi-function, while the right-hand oven is a fan-assisted oven. But how will they fare when we bake sponge cake and shortbread to check heat distribution? Read our full review to find out this and other useful test results for this range cooker.
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- What is it?
- What's it great at?
- Is there anything I should look out for?
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- Year tested2018
- Additional informationWe introduced new range cooker tests in 2017 which included more in-depth testing of the ovens and hobs. Results for range cookers tested before 2017 aren’t directly comparable.
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