Once you cook on an Aga, you will never go back to a conventional range. This 39" freestanding electric cooker features with boiler hot plate, simmering hot plate, roasting oven, baking oven, slow-cook oven and insulated covers.
The Aga is made to heat all the time. Besides the amazing cooking experience, it keeps your kitchen warm in the winter and dry in the humidity of the summers. Read on below for more information on how this works or go to Aga.
Width:38 7/8 Inch
Depth:27 1/2 Inch
Height:35 7/8 Inch
Number of Burners:2
Primary Oven Capacity:1.5 Cu. Ft.
AGA Dual Control Cast Iron Electric Cooker
Designed with the AGA traditional cooker in mind, the AGA Dual Control range may be left on at all times giving you constant, indirect radiant heat at your fingertips. The heritage and benefits surrounding a traditional heat storage unit are at your disposal, however, AGA lovers now have the ability to decrease their running costs.
The Electric AGA Dual Control has two hotplates - a boiling plate and a simmering plate - which can be turned on and off and operated separately or together using a multi-function control. If you decide you do not want to use the ovens for a period of time you may simply turn them off all the while utilizing the hotplates independent from the ovens and separate from one another - an energy efficient feature only recently explored.
The roasting, baking and slow cook ovens can be dropped down to a new energy-saving "slumber mode" lowering energy costs while still providing comforting warmth. The benefit to having a slumber mode is you may bring your range to full cooking temperature in just a few hours. A Heat Indicator serves as a guide to the amount of stored heat within the AGA cast iron indicating when your range is ready-to-use or if in slumber mode.
It comes in a variety of colors.
Since the 1920s, the AGA has been a treasured possession in kitchens across Europe and throughout the world. Each Cooker is unique in its own fashion, cast in an historic foundry in Coalbrookdale, Shropshire that has been smelting iron since 1709. Today each AGA product is still handmade by gifted craftsmen, with every step of the building and finishing process continuously inspected for quality and excellence. Upon completion, your AGA will be shipped from the United Kingdom to North America, professionally delivered to your home, and carefully assembled by a skilled AGA technician right in your own kitchen.