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Stoves is proud to be part of Glen Dimplex Home Appliances, the only manufacturer that builds freestanding cookers, built-in ovens & hobs and range cookers right here in the UK. Manufacturing uniquely British products for British cooks. Whether you are looking for induction hobs, traditional range cookers or something to add a splash of colour to your kitchen you’re bound to find the perfect product to make a statement in your kitchen.

Appliance City are a Range Centre which displays feature a wide selection of products from Stoves. Whether it’s a traditional design such as the Stoves Richmond or the modern colour selections offered by Colour Boutique, there will be a range for you. As a Rangecentre we can offer you exclusive promotions and products plus a 2 year warranty on Stoves range cookers. Appliance City staff have been extensively trained to confidently provide you with information about Stoves range cookers

Stoves Features & Innovations:

Here's a small snapshot of some of the innovations you can expect from Stoves.

Stoves Induction Range Cookers

Save - Since only the pan is heated the induction hob is approximately 30% more energy efficient than a gas hob and 25% more than a ceramic hob.

Safer - Induction hobs will only work when a suitable pan is placed on it and there is a pan overheat detection function which will shut the hob down if left unattended. The child lock will disable all controls so they can’t accidently be changed.

Faster - Induction reaches the required temperature faster – nearly twice as fast as a gas hob and 30% faster than ceramic.

32 Amp Connection - All our models require a 32 amp connection which is a standard power supply in most kitchens, wheras most other induction ranges require 45 amps.

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