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Published on March 29th, 2017 | by The GC Team


Stoves unveils built-in Richmond collection

GDHA brand Stoves has introduced a new collection of built-in ovens and gas hobs based on the classic design of its Richmond range cookers.

The collection comprises a 60cm multifunction single oven, available in black, stainless steel, cream and hot jalapeno red, and co-ordinating 60cm and 70cm gas hobs in black, stainless steel and cream. Hot Jalapeno Red

The oven design takes on key elements of Stoves’ Richmond range cookers, such as large robust handles, chrome-finish knobs and new glass and window apertures. It offers 69 litres of capacity, nine cooking functions, full-width chrome furniture and interior halogen lights. Additional features include soft-close doors and dual telescopic shelves.Richmond gas hob

The co-ordinating gas hobs have front rotary controls, push button ignition and cast-iron pan supports. The 60cm model has four burners including a 3.0kW ring; the 70cm model offers five rings including a large 3.5kW wok burner in the centre.

“The Richmond has been one of our most popular and enduring range cooker collections and there was a market demand for a built-in collection with this classic, heritage look,” said Alex Hinton, Head of Category for Built-In at Stoves’ parent company Glen Dimplex Home Appliances.

“The Richmond built-in collection is at the premium end of the market, offering improved features and durable performance, which we are confident will appeal to consumers.”

www.stoves.co.uk | 0344 248 4149


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