The Stoves Richmond 900Ei is a 90cm wide electric range cooker in floral burst with an induction hob.
With the Stoves Richmond 900Ei you get 3 different sized ovens offering you the flexibility to cook as little as much as you need. The main multifunction oven gives you all the different cooking modes to cook all types of dishes, a viewing window to check the progress of your dish and telescopic runners for safe and easy access. The large 76 litre right hand fan oven gives you the space and flexibility to cook multiple dishes at the same time. The upper left cavity doubles up as a grill and a conventional oven which can save energy and time when you’re cooking smaller dishes as there is much less space to heat up.
Induction hobs offer the safest way to cook and the Richmond 900Ei features 5 induction zones that heat only the pan, not the glass in between. There is also a ‘hot zone’ indicator to let you know if the surface is still too hot to touch and sophisticated touch controls.
Stoves guarantee their appliance for 5 years on the parts and 1 year on the labour. Please ensure you register your appliance to receive this.
- Induction hob with 5 zones
- Main multifunction electric oven- fan, intensive bake, conventional, browning element & fanned grill
- Fanned electric oven
- Separate dual circuit electric grill & conventional electric oven
- Telescopic shelves
- Internal oven lights
- Programmable main oven
- AA Energy Rating
- Easy clean enamel interior
- Touch control hotplate
- Digital power display
- Hot zone light
- Height: 930
- Width: 896
- Depth: 600
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