Stoves Richmond 900DF Black review
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- Dual Fuel
This retro-style duel-fuel range cooker benefits from a griddle, delayed start and slow cooking facilities, so it has plenty of features. Our tests reveal whether the Stoves Richmond 900DF range cooker's oven suffered a drop in temperature when we used the hob.
- Pros and cons
- Supplied with a 13A plug
- Year tested2007
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- 61%Average score
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