Posted 3rd September

Rangemaster goes full steam ahead with new NEXUS

3rd September 2019 - 10:26am

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Combining a wide variety of cooking functions in one single appliance, the new NEXUS Steam range cooker from Rangemaster features a dedicated steam cavity, a first for the range cooking market.

The freestanding design gives you the chance to combine convenience with healthy cooking, retaining nutrients, vitamins and flavour thanks to the innovative injection steam cavity.

Steam is highly sought after in today’s modern, multifunction kitchens and with the new NEXUS steam, users will also have the benefit of oven roasting, batch baking and rapid cooking in one appliance.

It can also grill, griddle, boil and simmer and it even comes with a dedicated proving drawer for dough. The new steam oven cavity also includes a temperature controlled, rapid heat up grilling function to finish or brown food to perfection.

The intuitive digital touch control panels are easy to use, while the 11-function multifunction oven comes with Duo and Delicate cooking for pastry or delicate dishes.

Added benefits include precise oven and steam temperature control for accurate results, even when slow cooking, as well as a Deluxe gas hotplate with griddle and wok cradle.

Perfect for classic or contemporary kitchen designs, the new NEXUS Steam is available as a 110cm dual fuel design in black, slate, stainless steel and ivory with a unique sleek black glass fascia panel and premium rotary controls.


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