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Britannia Classic Review

Classic curves and ornate craftsmanship are back in fashion. This article reviews the features of the Britannia Classic range cookers that claim to inject a touch of elegance into your kitchen.

As its name suggests, the Britannia Classic range cooker has an old- fashioned but elegant style, which stands out amongst many contemporary selections and swaps straight edges and sleek, simple lines for classic curves and ornate craftsmanship. A few decades ago, this style would have been the norm, but what was apparent in style was not matched by the convenience and efficiency available back then. The Britannia Classic seems to have combined the classic style and look of the cooker with modern features such as triple glazed doors, electronic programmers and energy efficiency ratings of A.

The Britannia Classic is available either as a twin- oven or single- oven with a brass or chrome trim. And if you never have enough room on your grill, there is also a dedicated grill compartment available if you decide to choose one of Britannia's XG range cookers. If not, then there are grills in the ovens of the other cookers within the range.

There are three colours to choose from in the Britannia Classic range. They are stainless steel, glossy black and cream. I shall guide you through the features of one of the mid- range appliances within this selection: the Britannia Classic 100cm twin oven, but the Britannia Classic is also available in sizes 150cm, 120cm, XG 110cm, XG 100cm, 90cm twin, 90cm single.

   

This range cooker is available either a dual fuel with an electric oven and gas hotplates or as an all- electric appliance with electric oven and ceramic hotplates. There are advantages to both. Some people prefer the look of the gas hotplates, which look particularly at home on the Classic range. The ceramic hotplate looks perhaps a bit too modern and out of place with this range, but it is easier to clean. If you prefer a gas hotplate, it comes with electronic ignition, which ensures that lighting the burners is simple and easy. It also comes with flame failure devices that sense when no heat is being generated and will automatically turn the gas off, taking the worry of safety out of the gas hotplate option.

Both ovens in this range cooker include stay- clean liners, which help to keep the oven like new for longer. This feature requires that to clean the inside of the oven all you have to do is heat your oven for about 45 minutes and then simply wipe the inside clean. So it does not clean itself, but makes the job a little bit easier.

The left oven is the larger of the two and in the 100cm range cooker is 60cm in size. It has nine functions and a Quickstart fast preheat system, which means that the oven can get up to a temperature of 200 degrees Celsius in just a few minutes. The right oven is the smaller at 40cm and has four functions, but what it lacks in size it makes up for in taste because it includes a rotisserie for spit roasting porkArticle Search, chicken and other meats.

Britannia prides themselves on providing cookers that create great- tasting food and hold cooking demonstrations across the UK.

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