Best 900mm Induction Range Cookers
I’ve spoken in many articles on CookerBase.com about my love of induction and also range cookers. You can imagine my excitement when researching the best 900mm induction range cookers then!
900mm is going to be a pretty common size for a lot of people when it comes to a range cooker. It’s not too big in that you need to have a substantial kitchen or even space to house the cooker, but it still offers a massive amount of cooking real estate, both with the hob and the oven capacity.
When shopping for induction cookers, these things come at a certain price. They aren’t cheap, is what I’m trying to say.
But, they are really good. Really, really good in fact! The induction range cooker is one of the best combinations you can get and my guide on the best 900mm induction range cookers will hopefully give you a good idea of what’s hot in the market at the minute.
Best 900mm Induction Range Cookers
SMEG Symphony SY93I
This first 900mm induction range cooker is a stainless steel stunner by Smeg. Without a hint of pretence, the Symphony SY931 achieves the pinnacle ultra-modern design and high-tech functionality, resulting in an unmistakably refined centrepiece for your contemporary kitchen.
All five of this cooker’s induction burners work rapidly and silently, coming in three thoughtfully arranged sizes. Side burners are large or small, while the centre burner is extra-large to accommodate big pots of pasta or stew. An induction-friendly wok stand is also included so you can easily make authentic Asian cuisine.
Bake or grill using the Symphony SY931’s three distinct cavities. These include two ovens and one grill, with the tall auxiliary oven converting into a second grill when needed. First, main 62L multifunction is the perfect size and shape for everyday meals, offering practical functions you’ll actually use.
Next, the secondary oven is fan-assisted for even heat distribution throughout the tall cavity. Considering the initial price of this cooker, and the fact that the secondary oven has nine possible shelving positions, I’m very disappointed that Smeg includes just one shelf for this cavity. Cooking multiple dishes in this oven comes at your expense, sadly.
Don’t mind buying a few extra accessories? The Symphony SY931 may be the perfect cooker for you.
BELLING Kensington 90cm Electric Induction Range Cooker
Despite costing hundreds less than the competition, the Belling Kensington 90cm is a true contender with plenty to offer. In fact, it’s one of my favourite cookers on the list.
The uncomplicated four-zone hob is ideally sized for those who rarely (if ever) need a wok burner. Using just four burners instead of five means you have more space for organized cooking. Controls are similarly uncomplicated with just four knobs up front for the ovens and hob. Touch-buttons on the hob itself control individual burners and are refreshingly intuitive.
The Kensington 90cm also offers three total ovens, each with unique cooking modes. The main oven is multifunction with 62L capacity. Enjoy fan-assisted cooking in both the main and secondary oven, which measures a staggering 91L capacity. Finally, a tertiary oven doubles as a grill and is a great size for snacks and single meals.
Each oven is outfitted with plenty of surprisingly sturdy shelves, too. Of course, I wish that the main oven at least featured catalytic lining instead of the standard enamel liners. Still, I’m impressed that all three cavities earned A energy ratings, making this inexpensive cooker all the more appealing.
With four induction zones to use, you'll have ample room for your compatible pots and pans. Induction technology provides quick heating by using an electromagnet to heat the pan ...
STOVES Richmond 900Ei
Where the Kensington 90cm is a study in simplicity, the Stoves Richmond 900Ei leaves no bell or whistle unchecked. This 900mm induction range cooker includes every high-tech convenience discerning home cooks want, all while retaining an irresistibly charming traditional design.
Starting with its five-zone induction hob, the Richmond 900Ei’s burners come in a wide selection of sizes, including a wok burner. A power boost function allows you to draw extra power when you need it, like when bringing large pots to boil. I do wish the hob was recessed a bit further to help catch food spills before they pour over the side, though.
The Richmond 900Ei’s three ovens offer a wide variety of sizes and cooking options. The 47L main oven comes with nine total functions, which are easy to set thanks to the bright, bold labelling on this cooker’s chrome knobs. Just be sure to read the instructions first so you know what each label means before setting the ovens.
The secondary oven is much larger, measuring 76L and providing a staggering 25 total shelving positions for the three included heavy-duty shelves. All ovens in the Richmond 900Ei use safe and handy telescopic shelving, but sadly only feature enamel lining. This is a serious disappointment considering the cost of this cooker. If you don’t mind a little extra scrubbing, however, the Richmond 900Ei is a handsome cooker with unparalleled versatility.
RANGEMASTER Professional+ 90
Choosing between 900mm induction range cookers often comes down to your preference of the configuration of ovens and hob. The Rangemaster Professional+ 90’s unique combination of ovens and induction burners may be just what you’ve been looking for in a dream cooker.
The Professional+ 90’s standout features start with its induction hob. Choose from either two small or three medium burners, with small burners up front and medium burners behind. You will either love or hate this configuration, especially since it lacks a wok burner.
Rangemaster also opted to include a smaller grill on this model than most others in exchange for more oven capacity. Again, how often you use the grill will determine how you feel about this design choice. The 66L main oven is large enough for whole roasts, while the 69L secondary oven can easily fit batches of biscuits or multiple side dishes at the same time as the main course. Both ovens are fan-assisted, making for quicker and more thorough cooking than simple conventional ovens.
I’d like to see more functions in the main oven, especially since the Professional+ 90 goes out of its way to maximize its capacity. Catalytic liners in the main oven help make up for the lack of functionality, though. In the end, it’s trade-offs like this that will make or break the Rangemaster Professional+ 90 for you.
BRITANNIA Q Line 90
You don’t have to be a connoisseur of cookers to know the Britannia Q Line 90 is a top-end masterpiece of an appliance. Featuring exceptional build quality, a superior user-friendly design, and advanced multifunctional cooking, this is the 900mm induction range cooker of your dreams.
Dropping the “tri-cavity” theme for something more refined, the Q Line 90 comes with just two ovens. Both double as grills when needed, which is an economical use of space in addition to allowing for grand scale grilling in the 52L main oven. This main oven includes six useful functions to make your life easier and food tastier. The secondary 28L oven is quite small, making it an efficient choice for small meals. Since it’s fan-assisted, this secondary oven still cooks as evenly and quickly as the main oven.
Both ovens use triple-glazed viewing windows for both safety and energy efficiency. This is further reflected in both ovens’ A energy rating. Although the Q Line 90’s are relatively small compared to the competition, the reason is evident. Not only does this cooker include a storage drawer, but it also leaves plenty of room to spare underneath for sweeping. This important detail is often overlooked, making it difficult to clean around other cookers.
The most obvious disadvantage to this cooker is that you could buy two or three cookers for the same price. If its cost isn’t too big a pill to swallow, however, the Britannia Q Line 90 is one of the best induction range cookers available today.
As you can see, each of the cookers that I’ve looked at today have their pro’s and con’s. If I’m being honest, you could take any of these and be more than happy with your pick.
Feature wise, they are pretty similar, so it could even be a case of aesthetics when looking at these types of products. It’s something that sounds a bit daft, but actually I think is something that a lot of people overlook and fail to implement in their cooker buying process.
Like all cooker products, price will play a big role in which you choose. Brand is an aspect that makes a huge difference, whilst not necessarily meaning you get more for your money.
The best 900mm induction range cooker is one that suits you. If you need more help I’ve actually made a range cooker buyers guide that will point out things that you need to look out for and should help with the whole process.
If you’ve any questions to feel there may be products I’ve missed, feel free to drop a comment below as I will respond to pretty much all of them eventually.