Posted 6th September

Stoves launches precision range collection

6th September 2019 - 10:45am


UK appliance brand Stoves has launched Precision Deluxe, an innovative new range cooker collection.

The premium collection, made in Britain at Stoves’ Prescot manufacturing facility, includes 24 products across four fuel options, three different sizes and two colour choices and is packed full of clever features including a new design innovation – Umbra™ glass doors.

Umbra glass, taken from the Latin word for shadow, appears black for a sleek aesthetic until the oven lights are on when it becomes transparent, enabling clear visibility of the oven contents.

The collection offers a strong utilitarian design, with handles and control knobs featuring a bold angled cut with machined forms, milled details and spun faces for a precision engineered look and feel.

The collection includes 90cm, 100cm and 110cm models and the choice of dual fuel, gas, induction and gas-through-glass, which offers the ultimate combination of easy cleaning and accurate controllability.

The 90cm models boast a unique 79L capacity Quad Oven with PROFLEX™ cavity splitter, enabling users to convert it into two separate Equiflow™ fan ovens, giving the option to use the range cooker as three or four separate ovens.

Other features available on models across the collection include:

  • One Piece Pressed Steel Hotplate with Spillage Wells
  • Raised Cast Iron PanGlide™ Pan Supports
  • 4kW PowerWok™ Burner
  • Cast Iron Griddle and Cast-Iron Wok Cradle
  • 5 Zone Induction Hob with Touch Control Power Sliders
  • Gas-Through-Glass: Ceramic Glass Hotplate with Gas Burners
  • Raised Cast Iron PanGlide™ Pan Supports
  • 5kW PowerWokPlus™ Burner
  • Maxi-Clock™ LED Touch Control Programmer
  • Zeus™ Bluetooth® Connected Timer

Zeus is easy to operate via a smartphone App that gives the ability to programme and adjust the oven timer and save favourite cooking times.

The Precision Deluxe collection is available in black or stainless steel.

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