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 At A F Thomas Electricals we want to give you the same experience that you would get if you were in one of our stores so here are the key facts that you need to know when deciding on which Freestanding Cooker to buy.

 


 When choosing a Freestanding Cooker you need to consider the following things:

      Width

Over the years Freestanding cookers have come in various different sizes and there is no standard but the current range is available in the following sizes

55cm wide has a very limited availability these days with most manufacturers not making this size, however if this is what you need then look at Zanussi, New World and Stoves for this size requirement.

 


 

  Hob Type

You will have the following choices when choosing a Freestanding Cooker:

If you are looking for an Electric cooker, Induction is the most upto date technology which is the most energy efficient and is also more controllable and quicker than gas, if your budget can't stretch to induction then Ceramic is still very popular, being very easy to clean and lasts a long time because the elements are sealed under the glass. Solid plate is the cheapest option but the pan sits directly on the element which causes rusting and problems due to the element being in direct contact with the pan which always spills water over the hot element.


  Oven Cavity Types

There are few different types of oven types that you need to consider:


   Capacity

The capacity that we quote on the website is the litreage of each individual cavity, it should be used as a comparison tool really as most customers will never know how many litres of space they need to use their cooker to its maximum capacity. The bigger the capacity, the more flexibility you will have to use the oven to its full.


 Cleaning Options

Freestanding cookers have a few options to consider to make life easier regarding cleaning:


 Timer Options

Some cookers will come with a timer, there are however two different types of timer that you could consider:


 Ok, so now you are ready to choose your appliance? Click Here to see the Range

 

 

 

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