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Grab a bargain on top brand cooking appliances! We’ve got the lowest prices on quality ovens and stoves from SMEG, Bosch, Siemens, Gaggenau, Westinghouse, Electrolux, Euro, Chef, Whirlpool, Robinhood, Sharp and Omega.

We sell standard 60cm gas and electric wall ovens, as well as deluxe double ovens and extra-wide 90cm models. We also have a huge range of freestanding stoves.

Our range also includes self-cleaning pyrolytic ovens – head over to our Buying Guide for Electric Ovens for more info!

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Cooking Appliance buying guides


Rangehoods are designed to remove smoke, water vapour, grease and cooking odours from your kitchen. They should be installed above the stove.

The air can either be ducted outside (using a metal duct that goes through the ceiling or through the wall) or filtered (using special carbon filters) and then circulated back into your kitchen. The most effective method is external ducting, however this may not always be an option.

Please be careful to check the ducting style before you buy – as not all rangehoods can be set up to recirculate.

Types of Rangehoods

Fixed Rangehood


  • This is the cheapest style you can buy
  • Rangehood will be visible at all times
  • Available in stainless steel and white

Slide-out Rangehood

Also known as a Retractable Rangehood.


  • Can be hidden from view when not in use
  • Good for minimalist kitchens
  • Also good for small kitchens as it saves space
  • Not as powerful as a canopy rangehood

Canopy Rangehood

Also known as an Island Rangehood.


  • Modeled on rangehoods found in professional kitchens
  • Requires quite a lot of space
  • Can create an attractive focal point for your kitchen
  • Very powerful

Integrated Rangehood 

Also known as Undermount Rangehoods and Under Cupboard Rangehoods.


  • Completely hidden from view
  • Good for minimalist kitchens
  • Also good for small kitchens
  • Saves space
  • Not as powerful as a canopy rangehood

Cylinder Rangehood


  • Very modern and stylish
  • Can create an attractive focal point for your kitchen
  • Powerful

Features to Look Out For

There are different rangehood styles to suit different types of cooks. Here are some of the most popular features, explained:


Before you buy, measure the width of your cooktop. For aesthetic purposes, the rangehood should match this width.

Distance from Cooktop to Rangehood

Measure how much space you have to work with before you make a purchase. You don’t want to be hitting your head on the rangehood.

External Ducting

Externally ducted rangehoods are the most effective – but you will need a professional tradesman to perform the installation. Electro Seconds has a range of ducting kits to choose from.

Recirculating Rangehoods

In some circumstances, you won’t be able to duct your rangehood externally. However not all rangehoods can be converted to recirculate – make sure you check before you buy.

Recirculating rangehoods must be fitted with carbon filters to remove impurities from the air. These will need to be replaced periodically. To purchase replacement filters for your rangehood, please contact us.

Extraction Rate

You can compare rangehoods based on their extraction rate – i.e. their ability to draw in air. This is measured in cubic metres per hour.

If you have an open plan kitchen, you’ll need a rangehood with a high extraction rate. Similarly, if you often cook fried or smoky food, you should invest in a rangehood of around 700m3/h.

Aluminum Filters

Most externally ducted rangehoods have aluminium filters to catch grease. To keep your rangehood operating efficiently, you’ll need to clean these filters regularly. Look for dishwasher-safe filters for easy cleaning.

Noise Levels

Rangehoods can be noisy to operate. If you would like a quiet rangehood, look for one with a sound-proofed motor. (Generally speaking, the more expensive the rangehood, the quieter it will be).

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Electric Upright & Elevated Stoves

This guide has been put together by the Appliances Online Clearance team to help you make the best decision when buying an electric stove.

First things first, let’s look at the difference between upright and elevated stoves:

Upright Stoves

Also known as an Upright Oven or a Freestanding Oven.


  • Incorporates an oven, a cooktop and sometimes also a grill
  • A budget-friendly way to buy an oven and cooktop
  • Fairly easy and cheap to install
  • Range in size from the standard 60cm through to 90cm
  • Range in style from white enamel to stainless steel and colour
  • Having the oven down the bottom can be a problem if you have mobility issues

Elevated Stoves


  • The oven is placed to the side of the cooktop (either on the left or right)
  • Usually also incorporates a grill (beneath the cooktop)
  • Usually only available in white enamel
  • Good for people with mobility issues as everything is at waist height
  • Requires quite a lot of space

Features to Consider

Oven Capacity

If you don’t do a lot of cooking, a standard width 60cm oven should suit you fine. However if you regularly host dinner parties, you might want to look into getting an oven with a larger capacity.

Remember to measure the available space thoroughly before you buy.

Number of Stove Elements

A standard 60cm width stove will give you four elements. The wider 90cm stoves will include up to six elements. The wider models also provide more room for larger pots.

Please note that with an electric stove, you’ll need to use flat-bottomed cookware.

Induction Cooktop

If you love cooking and you have the right budget, you should definitely consider investing in a stove with induction technology. This style of cooktop is superior to traditional electric cooktops because it’s faster, more energy efficient, and incredibly safe to use.

Please note however that induction cooktops only work with stainless steel or cast iron cookware.


Some stove models include a separate grill, which is great for quickly cooking sausages, chops, chicken skewers, grilled cheese and more. Having a separate grill allows you to cook two separate dishes (in the grill and in the oven) without mixing cooking odours.

If your upright oven does not have a separate grill, chances are the oven will provide a grill function.

Fan Forced Oven

It’s worth investing in a fan forced oven, as this will give you faster and more professional cooking results.

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