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History of Cookers
Posted by Alison Baker Tuesday, 17th June 2014
HISTORY OF COOKERS
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The cooker has been around for a while longer than you may think, in fact, it was 29,000 years BC that we first got a glimpse of what would eventually be the cooker. Since then, the cooker has continued to evolve throughout the years and is set to get even better as technology develops.
Rangemaster was founded by John Flavel in 1777 and over the years it has continued to advance. Thanks to inspiration from all over the world, including places such as Ukraine, Canada and Chicago, the Rangemaster is the best loved cooker brand on the market. In 1830 The Kitchener was invented and became the first cooker where you could boil, roast, bake and warm all from the same heat source. 2013 saw Rangemaster introduce the first Range Cooker to include an illuminated facia and the brand continues to grow.
Take a look at our visual representation of how the cooker has evolved over time – you’ll find out when cookers were invented and who invented them, you’ll also be able to see where the inspiration for our Range Cookers today came from.
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