Rangemaster set the standard in cooking in 1830 when in Leamington Spa William Flavel invented the first modern cooker with separate oven and hot plates - the Kitchener. It was an overnight success, and went on to win a medal at the Great Exhibition 1851.
Still true to its roots, Rangemaster - "Built from experience", is now the leading name in range cooking, and is synonymous with design, innovation, performance, quality and reliability - making it the design conscious consumers' brand of choice for an extensive range of stylish kitchen appliances and cookware.
Rangemaster is the first range cooker manufacturer to be awarded The Good Housekeeping Institute's Approved Accreditation, and came top in "Which?" surveys of range cookers.