May 30, 2012
-- It seems as though British range cooker manufacturer Rangemaster have plans to extend their already comprehensive collection by adding a 100cm width Elise. The Elise 110 has done well for Rangemaster since its launch just over 12 months ago, and is regarded as Rangemaster’
s most serious minded design and more akin to the Falcon philosophy than that of Rangemaster.
Emulating certain nuances of more expensive French cooker design has proved something of a hit with Rangemaster customers – tap shaped control knobs and geometrically designed door handle trim certainly add to the Gallic demeanour, and seven enamel finishes plus stainless steel ensure that there is a place for the Elise in almost any kitchen.
The Rangemaster Elise 100 has yet to be launched officially, but its notable presence at the KBB exhibition in Birmingham is a very good indicator that release is imminent, probably before the end of summer. The initial release will as an induction model, with a dual fuel version sure to follow if all goes well. As expected, the Elise 100 Induction with enjoy Rangemaster’
s top specification – multifunction main oven, fanned tall oven and separate grill with glide out tray. The induction hob will offer five cooking zones and boil dry detection.
You can view the existing Rangemaster collection online at http://www.rangecookers.co.uk