Best Value 110cm Range Cookers

If you’re considering buying a range cooker, you probably already know that it’s going to push your budget to its max. While it’s unlikely that any range could be called cheap, I’ve created this list to guide you to those that have either great prices or incredible value.

Of all the products I’ve reviewed, range cookers are always my favourite and I’m not alone. Their size, appearance and sheer cooking power has resulted in them growing in popularity year on year. Whatever the size of their kitchen, people will go out of their way to squeeze one of these gentle giants into their home.

As you will see from this list, you’re unlikely to find a 110cm range that will fit a small budget. However, more than any other cooker style, ranges are often able to pack in extra features and functionality. As a result, while you may have to save up for a bit longer, you will likely get huge returns on your investment in durability, cooking capacity and eye-catching appearance.

Best Value 110cm Range Cookers

Last update was on: September 1, 2020 2:45 pm

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Leisure Cookmaster CK110F232K Dual Fuel Range Cooker

LEISURE Cookmaster CK110F232K

Proving once and for all that you can get quality on a budget, with the dual fuel Leisure Cookmaster CK110F23K you get a lot for your money. Available in black or cream, this attractive 110cm wide cooker certainly looks as if it was part of a much more expensive range.

With this bargain cooker, you get two electric ovens, a separate full-length grill, and a storage drawer. The bottom main oven is fan-assisted and measures 65 litres, while the secondary oven is conventional, it provides an additional 58 litres of cooking space. Also, both are quick-heating and have catalytic liners for easy cleaning.

Of course, when you get into the fine details, like the plastic knobs and unfinished interior of the pan-drawer, it becomes clear where Leisure have made savings to keep the price down. Thankfully, these problems are relatively superficial. When it comes to performance, this stunning cooker still excels.

LEISURE Cookmaster CK110F232K

This full-size range features seven gas hobs, including an extra-large and powerful wok burner. These more substantial burners are extremely helpful when boiling large pots of water or sautéing in large pans. It also features sturdy cast-iron pan supports, which not only look great but function exceptionally well, keeping your pots and pans steady while cooking.

For those on a budget, but who also need some serious cooking capacity, the Leisure Cookmaster CK110F23K is an excellent choice.

PROS:
  • A large 65 litre, fan-assisted main oven
  • Second 58 litre conventional oven
  • Separate grill and pan storage cavity
  • Dual fuel, with gas hob and electric ovens
  • Spacious hob with seven gas burners
  • Catalytic lining in the main ovens
  • Energy rating A

CONS:
  • Some fittings have a cheap plastic appearance.

Leisure Cookmaster CK110F232K

Able to comfortably accommodate larger meals and dishes, the Leisure Cookmaster CK110F232K Dual Fuel Range Cooker provides you with outstanding functionality.

£1,099.00

READ MORE: 5 Best Range Cookers

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Leisure Cuisinemaster CS110F722X Dual Fuel Range Cooker

LEISURE Cuisinemaster CS110F722X

For a slightly higher price, you can get the dual fuel Leisure Cuisinemaster CS110F722X. It offers some serious upgrades that I think are worth the added expense. The impressive versatility of this cooker makes it ideal for large families and busy home chefs.

Equipped with over 150 litres of oven space, five total gas burners, electric griddle hotplate and separate grill, this range has everything you need for gourmet meals or some serious multitasking. The main 72 litre fan-assisted, multi-function oven and secondary oven are your go-to for most meals due to their fast heating and cooking. All three ovens feature catalytic liners and large viewing windows for easy monitoring of your meals without needing to open the oven doors.

LEISURE Cuisinemaster CS110F722X

My biggest complaint about this cooker is its tinny stainless steel exterior. It is real stainless steel, but it is so thin that dents and scratches are difficult to avoid. Additionally, the stainless steel does not extend over the ovens, giving this 110cm range cooker a dual-tone and frankly cheaper aesthetic. You’ll also need to spend time studying the manual to master the tricky controls. This is especially true if you aim to make the best use of the multi-functional main oven.

Barring these flaws, the Leisure Cuisinemaster CS110F722X’s dependability and unrivalled versatility make it a supremely functional and excellent value cooker.

PROS:
  • The main oven is multi-functional and fan-assisted
  • Functional design
  • Hob with five gas burners
  • Automatic ignition
  • Dual fuel, with gas hob and electric ovens
  • Catalytic lining in all main ovens
  • Spacious separate grill
  • All ovens have an energy rating of A
  • Electronic programmable timer
  • LED Display

CONS:
  • The stainless steel finish dents easily
  • Some of the oven functions are tricky to master

Leisure Cuisinemaster CS110F722X

Ideal when cooking for a large family or entertaining guests, the three ovens offer quick and efficient cooking for all your meals.

£1,360.00

READ MORE: Best Dual Fuel Range Cookers

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Rangemaster Kitchener 110 Electric Ceramic Range Cooker

RANGEMASTER Kitchener 110

The convenience of a flat-top range is exemplified in this 110cm electric cooker by Rangemaster. Its enormous 6-zone ceramic hob is wonderfully designed to give you generous space while cooking.

Unlike other large ranges, whose burners can feel cluttered and close together, the Rangemaster Kitchener 110 reserves an entire row on either side for the two largest burners. The four smaller burners are centralised for easy access while multitasking with smaller dishes.

The main issue with this affordable 110cm range cooker is its tiny grill. Although the grill works quite well, its small capacity makes it impossible to use with large dishes or multiple servings.

RANGEMASTER Kitchener 110

The Kitchener 110 may have been better served by including a smaller secondary oven instead and using the extra space for the grill. Then again, the convenience of a large oven cannot be overstated. The Kitchener 110 sports two large, fan-assisted ovens, both measuring 79 litres. They are also extra wide to accommodate any-sized pan or baking dish.

Both large ovens are easy to clean, and the main cavity features side-wall catalytic liners, which make it much easier to keep such a large cooker clean. The ovens are also simple to use and unlike lesser electric models, provide dependable heat that’s perfectly in-sync with temperature settings.

Making excellent use of its size, the Rangemaster Kitchener 110 is the perfect choice for anyone who cooks large meals with multiple dishes.

PROS:

  • Two large, 79 litre, fan-assisted ovens
  • Electric
  • Sleek, modern design
  • Spacious six-zone ceramic hob 
  • Catalytic lining in the main oven
  • Separate 25 litre grill
  • Energy rating A
  • LED display
  • Programmable timer

CONS:

  • The grill is to small for large or multiple items.

Rangemaster Kitchener 110

Install the black and chrome Rangemaster Kitchener 110 Electric Range Cooker to enhance your kitchen with its remarkable features and stunning appearance.

£1,669.00

READ MORE: 9 Questions you need to answer before buying a range cooker.

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Rangemaster Professional Deluxe 110 Dual Fuel Range Cooker

RANGEMASTER Professional Deluxe 110 Dual Fuel

Although it’s twice the price of the first cooker on our list, we firmly believe that the dual fuel Rangemaster Professional Deluxe 110 is worth saving for if at all possible. This 110cm range was made for those who appreciate a finely-tuned gas hob with precise temperature control, easy ignition, and heavy-duty cast-iron pan supports. This flawless five-zone gas hob with additional electric hot-plate has enough features to bring the joy back to cooking.

Even better, all accessories, including the pan supports, griddle and wok cradle, are dishwasher safe so you can spend more time cooking and less time cleaning. The ovens are also easy to clean and feature catalytic liners. Overall, this range is exceptionally low-maintenance, which can be hard to find in cookers with gas hobs.

At the heart of the Rangemaster Professional Deluxe 110 are two impressively large, fan-assisted ovens. At 73 litres each, both provide enough space for large pans and multiple dishes. The multi-functional main oven is also equipped with a door-mounted handyrack whilst all shelving glides smoothly and quietly on their tracks. 

My biggest complaint with this model is that the grill is unreasonably small. This problem is found with all the Rangemasters on our cheap 110cm range cooker list. Considering all their other fine features, however, we’re willing to overlook this annoying detail.

PROS:

  • Two large fan-assisted ovens
  • Sleek, modern design
  • Side opening oven doors and handyrack
  • Hob with five gas burners and a two-zone electric hot-plate
  • Dual fuel with electric ovens and gas hob
  • Most removable fixtures are dishwasher safe
  • Partial catalytic lining in the main ovens
  • Warming and storing compartment
  • Separate grill
  • Both ovens are energy rated A
  • LED display
  • Programmable timer

CONS:

  • The grill is too small for larger items.

Rangemaster Professional Deluxe 110

The Rangemaster Professional Deluxe 110 Dual Fuel Range Cooker has impressive hob power, oven space and versatility for culinary brilliance.

£2,189.00

READ MORE: Best Gas Range Cookers

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Rangemaster Professional+ 110 Electric Induction Range Cooker

RANGEMASTER Professional+ 110 Electric Induction

Rangemaster’s exceptional 110cm induction range cooker is on the pricier end of ‘cheap’, but it offers outstanding value for money. This gorgeous stainless steel range operates quickly and quietly, saving you time and money with incredible results.

Performing like a much more expensive induction cook-top, the Rangemaster Professional+ 110’s five zones are incredibly responsive. It has enough power to boil water in seconds rather than minutes and can bring pans to precise and consistent cooking temperatures. This makes it ideal for techniques like searing fish or browning butter.

Underneath the hob, you’ll find two large, fan-assisted ovens, one storage drawer and a separate grill. Both ovens are roomy enough for full-sized pans and have a combined capacity of 153 litres. They are partially covered with a catalytic liner and the remaining area is ceramic.

The finish of this Rangemaster is exceptional, making it the perfect combination of professional and classic. The induction hob itself is nothing short of spectacular. It comes with everything you would expect from Rangemaster in terms of both style and functionality.

PROS:

  • Two large fan-assisted ovens with a combined 153 litre capacity.
  • Modern, professional design
  • Ceramic, induction hob with five zones
  • Partial catalytic lining
  • Warming and storing compartment
  • Separate grill
  • Energy rating A for both ovens

CONS:

  • Although it offers incredible value, it may be priced above some budgets.

Rangemaster Professional+ 110 Electric Induction

The stainless steel and chrome, Rangemaster Professional 110 Induction Range Cooker delivers maximum cooking capacity and total versatility in a stylishly modern cooker.

£2,444.00

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Final thoughts

There you have it, the best cheap 110cm range cookers. As you can see, their price tag is often as significant as their physical appearance; however, you still get a lot of value for your money.

It may have felt as if Rangemaster dominated this list, but they really are the best in the business. All three models included here offer quality cooking and superb functionality.

Also, the Leisure Cookmaster range deserves a quick mention, as a brand, they’ve exploded over the last two years and are now a genuine competitor to the more prominent companies. They are often slightly cheaper in price, which makes them ideal for this list.

Hopefully, this article has helped you in your hunt for a new cooker and if you’ve any questions, drop a comment below and I will get back to you as soon as I can.

Paul has been working in the electrical and large-appliance industry for over a decade, alongside some of the biggest manufacturers in the world. Whilst taking on his own kitchen renovation in 2017, he saw that there was a lack of quality cooker reviews and took it upon himself to make it his job to create a site that offered in-depth and independent advice for other potential consumers.

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