We have already taken a look at ten of the most affordable Electric Cookers on the market, but now we are throwing out the money restraints and taking a look at ten of the most expensive, poshest and very best freestanding electric cookers your money can buy right now. Are they any better than the cheaper ones? That is open for debate, all I know for sure is that this will be nothing sort of cooker-porn for those who find kitchen appliances sexy…
Stoves Sterling 600MFTi 60cm Double Oven Electric Cooker
With a cost that is over £1,000, this could well be the poshest, most expensive freestanding electric cooker money can buy (without going into the electric range cookers category). At 60cm it will also fit into most kitchens easily. The oven is finished in a stylish black finish and comes packed with plenty of handy features that make this the perfect kitchen appliance. With enamel liners found in the oven, it allows the cooker for effortless maintenance and cleaning. The interior light found in the oven interior means you can clearly see through the window all without having to open the oven door all whilst providing a more energy-efficient way of cooking.
Stoves Richmond600E 60cm Electric Cooker with Ceramic Hob
Make your dream recipes a reality with this black electric cooker from Stoves. It’ll be kinder to both the environment and your utility bills, thanks to its excellent A/A energy rating. The main electric fan oven evenly circulates hot air inside, so you can prepare your starter at the same time as your main course. With the brilliant slow cook function, it can create deliciously succulent meat – perfect for passing around the dinner table. You can effortlessly check on your masterpiece too, as the telescopic shelf runners glide out for easy access to your dishes.
AEG 60cm Double Oven Induction Electric Cooker
At just under a grand, this is no normal cooker. In addition to all your standard oven functions, the PlusSteam feature in this SteamBake cooker adds steam at the beginning of the baking process. The steam cooking keeps the dough moist on the surface to create a golden colour and tasty crust, while the heart stays soft and tender.
John Lewis & Partners JLFSIC621 Double Electric Cooker
Steam baking, a self-cleaning programme and a multifunctional oven. Finished with stainless steel detailing, the four-ring induction hob and dual electric oven set-up allow you to explore culinary tastes from around the world with ease. The Catalytic Cleaning feature prevents dirt and grease from building up in the freestanding cooker’s oven. This self-cleaning technology automatically activates when the temperature reaches 250°C and removes cooking residue. Meaning no scrubbing, just a spotless oven.
Stoves Richmond 550E Mini Range 55cm Electric Cooker in Champagne
Maybe it is the Champagne colour that makes this cooker look posh, or it could be that this 55cm electric double oven offers a programmable timer, defrost and dough proving functions and easy clean enamel as well as a A/A energy rating!
Zanussi ZCI66288XA 60cm Double Oven Induction Electric Cooker
It seems odd to see such a household name on this list, but it does offer the convenience of modern technology in the kitchen. If you need to get on with things while cooking dinner, theZCI66288XA has you covered, thanks to the minute minder. Just select a programme and the cooking duration, and the minute minder will let you know as soon as your food is ready.
Belling Farmhouse 60E 60cm Double Oven Electric Cooker With Ceramic Hob
This 60cm electric double oven offers 4 ceramic burners, a fully-programmable touch control timer, rotary controls & easy clean enamel. A\/A energy rating. It also has a 24-hour digital clock that allows you to programme when your oven should switch on and off as well as a specially-designed enamel interior that prevents food from fusing to the surface, allowing you to wipe away spills easily when cleaning.
Rangemaster Professional+ 60 cm Electric Cooker
Enjoy great cooking control with the Rangemaster Professional+ 60 cm Electric Cooker. The induction hob featuring 9 power levels is easy to use. Need the water to boil quickly? There’s a power boost available on all 4 cooking zones. The 2 ovens give you plenty of programs to choose from – experiment with slow cooking or browning functions and there are integrated grills and accessories included!
Hotpoint HDM67I9H2CB/UK 60 cm Electric Induction Cooker
With an induction hob, Multiflow main oven and high-performance grill, this Hotpoint electric cooker gives you everything you need to get creative in the kitchen. Its Multiflow technology delivers hot air evenly to every corner of the main oven, so your food is properly cooked each and every time.
Smeg Victoria DOSF6920P1 Built-In Electric Double Oven
Add a touch of retro style glamour to your kitchen with this stylish cooker from Smeg. It has 2 ovens, including one with an electric fan for traditional cooking results. The induction hob gives you fast and responsive cooking, as it only heats up the base of induction-friendly pans, making it especially safe and energy-efficient. The second electric oven also has a grill setting, which is perfect when you fancy some sausages for a fry up, or some hash browns to go with your fried eggs and chips. Plus, this model comes with handy telescopic shelf runners which allow shelves to glide out smoothly, so you can check on your food without any unwanted spills.
Do you own any of these cookers we have mentioned above? If you do or have one you would like to recommend do let us know in the comments below.