Rangemaster The ESPRIT Dual Fuel cooker review
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- Dual fuel
- 109.3 cm
With four compartments and a six-burner gas hob on the menu, the Rangemaster Esprit is big enough to cook up a feast for the largest of family gatherings. Features include a Glide-Out grill and catalytic oven linings, so it should be easy to use and clean, but will every element of this range cooker work together brilliantly? We tested it to find out, and reveal all in our full review.
- Pros and cons
- 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?
- Burner features-
- Other features-
- Height98 cm
- Depth64 cm
- Year tested2019
- 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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