The Best 100cm Range Cookers – Your Perfect Kitchen Centrepiece

Having a range cooker as part of a new kitchen design is high up on the wish list for many of my clients. And, the most popular size is 100cm range cookers.

Not too big, not too small, 100cm is my go-to size for most kitchens. Not only are they great for budding chefs with plenty of cooking space and burners, but a 100cm range cooker can also act as a fantastic focal point and centrepiece to a kitchen without dominating the room. Modern or classic it never fails to add the ‘wow’ factor to a kitchen.

In this post, I’ve collected some of my favourite 100cm range cookers that will be sure to give your kitchen the perfect centrepiece.

Let’s get into it!

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In a hurry? Check out my top picks below:

BEST OVERALL

BEST UNDER £1000

BEST DESIGN

RANGEMASTER PRO+

BEKO KDVF100X

BERTAZZONI MAS100-6-MFE-D-NEE

Fuel Type: Dual Fuel
Cooktop: 5 Gas Burners
Ovens/Grill: 2 Electric Fan Ovens and Grill
Storage Drawer: No
Key Features: Powerful Multi-Ring Wok Burner / Easy Clean Enamel Interior

Fuel Type: Dual Fuel
Cooktop: 7 Gas Burners
Ovens/Grill: 2 Fan Ovens / 1 Grill
Storage Drawer: Yes
Key Features: 7 Gas Burners / Two Fan Ovens

Fuel Type: Dual Fuel
Cooktop: 6 Gas burners
Ovens/Grill: 2 Ovens (Grill in second oven)
Storage Drawer: Yes
Key Features: Multi-functional oven / Fast Pre-heat / Single handed ignition

The Best 100cm Range Cookers

Here’s my pick of the best 100cm range cookers. These are appliances I’ve seen and sold over the years or had great feedback about from my clients. There’s a range of prices, features and looks. So there’s something here for everyone!

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1. Rangemaster Professional Plus 100cm Dual Fuel Range Cooker

Rangemaster Professional Plus 100cm Dual Fuel Range Cooker
Best Overall 100cm Range Cooker

Fuel Type: Dual Fuel or Electric
Cooktop:
 5 Gas Burners
Ovens/Grill:
 2 Electric Fan Ovens and Grill
Storage Drawer:
 No
Key Features:
 Powerful Multi-Ring Wok Burner / Easy Clean Enamel Interior

I’m a big fan of Rangemaster and the Professional+ has been my go-to recommendation for a few years now. And my clients absolutely love it.

Manufactured in Britain, the Rangemaster Pro+ has a fantastic build quality and is packed full of great features. From its sturdy cast iron pan supports and powerful multi-ring wok burner to its twin fan ovens with catalytic liners for easier oven cleaning.

You get heaps of oven space with its 79L and 82L capacity ovens as well as a separate glide-out grill compartment giving you ultimate cooking control.

Available in Cranberry, Cream, Stainless Steel and Black + Induction or Gas cooktops.

It’s the blend of great build quality and useful features all at a reasonable price that makes the Rangemaster Professional Plus my ‘best overall‘ pick and my first recommendation for anyone looking at buying a range cooker.

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2. Beko KDVF100X 100cm Dual Fuel Range Cooker

Beko KDVF100X 100cm Dual Fuel Range Cooker
Best Under £1000 Range Cooker

Fuel Type: Dual Fuel
Cooktop:
7 Gas Burners
Ovens/Grill:
2 Fan Ovens / 1 Grill
Storage Drawer:
Yes
Key Features:
7 Gas Burners / Two Fan Ovens

If you’re on a tighter budget but don’t want to compromise on cooking power this BEKO is a fantastic option. Actually coming in closer to the £700 mark, you get a lot of range cooker for your money.

It comes with an impressive 7 gas burners (including a wok burner) alongside its two 63L fan ovens, separate grill and additional storage compartment. That’s enough cooking options to tackle even the biggest Christmas dinner!

While it may lack multi-functional ovens and cast iron pan supports, the BEKO is a great ‘budget‘ option that’s more than enough range cooker for most households.

Available in stainless steel or all black for a stylish modern look.

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3. Bertazzoni MAS100-6-MFE-D-NEE 100cm Master Dual Fuel Range Cooker

Bertazzoni MAS100-6-MFE-D-NEE 100cm Master Dual Fuel Range Cooker
Best Design Range Cooker

Fuel Type: Dual Fuel or Electric
Cooktop:
6 Gas burners
Ovens/Grill:
2 Ovens (Grill in the second oven)
Storage Drawer:
Yes
Key Features:
Multi-functional oven / Fast Pre-heat / Single handed ignition

I love Bertazzoni range cookers. I came across them several years ago while I was working for an Italian kitchen design company (Bertazzoni being an Italian company). Hardly surprising with how stylish they look.

Not only do they look great but they feel great too. They have strong build quality, sturdy heavy-duty cast iron pan support and really nice tactile control knobs. Which all add up for a really pleasant user experience.

The Master series comes with 6 gas burners including a gorgeous duel flame wok burner, two multi-functional electric ovens (69L & 54L) with a grill in the second oven as well as a large storage compartment with a drop-down door at the bottom. Ideal for storing all those baking trays.

Available in stainless steel, black, cream and burgundy + Induction or Gas cooktop. This dual fuel Bertazzoni Master series range cooker gets my ‘best design‘ pick! It may be a bit more expensive than the Rangemaster Pro+ but there’s no denying its great looks, it’s the Ferrari of range cookers!

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4. Belling Farmhouse Dual Fuel 100cm Range Cooker

Belling Farmhouse 100cm Range Cooker
Best Mid-Range Range Cooker

Fuel Type: Dual Fuel / All Gas / Electric
Cooktop:
7 Gas Burners
Ovens/Grill:
2 Ovens / 1 Grill
Storage Drawer:
Yes
Key Features:
PowerWok burner / Defrost & slow cook functions

Another great British manufacturer. This Belling Farmhouse model is an ideal mid-range choice. Coming in just over the £1000 mark. You get everything you need with a good quality build.

With two electric ovens, (64L & 58L) a separate grill compartment, as well as a storage section with a drop-down door this Belling 100cm range cooker offers up lots of great options.

The gas cooktop version comes with 7 burners including a powerful wok burner. While the induction cooktop version has 5 zones including two flexi briding zones. The main oven comes with a handy slow cook function. Perfect for those melt in the mouth joints.

Available in silver, black and cream + ceramic, induction and gas cooktop.

If you’re looking for a range cooker that sits in the sweet spot between the Rangemaster Pro+ and BEKO then the Belling is the one for you. That’s why it gets my ‘best mid-range‘ pick!

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5. Stoves Sterling Deluxe S1000EI 100cm Range Cooker with Induction Hob

Stoves Sterling Deluxe S1000EI 100cm Range Cooker with Induction Hob
Best Features 100cm Range Cooker

Fuel Type: Electric / Dual Fuel / All Gas
Cooktop:
5-Zone Induction
Ovens/Grill:
2 Ovens / 1 Grill
Storage Drawer:
Slow Cooker Oven
Key Features:
Multifunction Main Oven / Dedicated Slow Cook Oven / Bluetooth Connected Timer

This sleek and modern Stoves Sterling Deluxe model comes with the same great, British build quality as the Belling. In fact, they are made by the same company. However, it boasts lots of additional features.

For starters, all four cavities are used for cooking (179L total capacity) with two main ovens, a grill compartment and a dedicated slow cooking oven at the bottom. The main oven comes with 13 different functions. Including a Steam & Infuse™ accessory that lets you cook meat and poultry with added moisture, dough proving and intensive bake functions.

It’s also equipped with super handy telescopic shelf runners to help bring your dishes out with ease as well as a smart Bluetooth connected timer you can set and control from your smartphone.

Available in stainless steel and black + induction or gas cooker tops.

For me, this 100cm range cooker is all about its sleek modern look and its long list of up to date features. Which is why it gets my ‘best features‘ pick!

A little more expensive than the Rangemaster Pro+ but less than the Bertazzoni Master Series, it’s ideal for those looking for something more modern, both in style and features.

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6. Bertazzoni PRO100-5I-MFE-T-ART 100cm Professional XG Induction Range Cooker

Bertazzoni PRO100-5I-MFE-T-ART 100cm Professional XG Induction Range Cooker
Best Premium Range Cooker

Fuel Type: Electric or Dual Fuel
Cooktop:
5-Zone Induction
Ovens/Grill:
2 Ovens / 1 Grill
Storage Drawer:
Yes
Key Features:
Two multi-function ovens / Food probe / Telescopic shelf

Another Bertazzoni range cooker. This time, top of the line. Everything I love about the Master series but with more features thrown in and more bright fun colours available. I’ve had several clients go for the orange (pictured above) and it looks incredible!

Available as a 5-Zone induction or 6 burner cooktop. This Bertazzoni Professional range cooker comes with two multi-functional ovens (69L & 54L) with triple glazed doors for greater heat retention and energy efficiency. A separate powerful grill and bottom storage drawer.

You also get a food temperature probe, ideal for cooking those Sunday roasts to perfection. Anti slam oven doors, a slide-out shelf and a touch screen timer control. All these little touches add up to a fantastic range cooker that’s a joy to use.

Plus, all of Bertazzoni’s range cookers are made from stainless steel as well as other metals, with very few plastic parts. This means that 99% of the materials used in making the products, as well as the packaging it comes in, are recyclable. Just another reason to love Bertazzoni.

Available in stainless steel, black, white, yellow, orange, red and burgundy + Induction or Gas cooktop.

All of this and more is why the Bertazzoni Professional series gets my ‘best premium‘ pick!

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7. Rangemaster Classic Deluxe 100cm Dual Fuel Range Cooker

Rangemaster Classic Deluxe 100cm Dual Fuel Range Cooker
Best Classic Design Range Cooker

Fuel Type: Dual Fuel
Cooktop:
5 Gas Burners
Ovens/Grill:
2 Electric Fan Ovens and Grill
Storage Drawer:
No
Key Features:
Wok burner / Cast iron supports / Catalytic liners

For those looking for a more traditional farmhouse style to their range cooker, look no further than the Rangemaster Classic Deluxe.

You can all the same great build quality as my top pick Rangemaster Pro+ but in a more classic and traditional package. Brimming with that old-school charm, the Rangemaster classic deluxe comes with 5 gas burners (including a wok burner) with sturdy cast iron pan supports. Two large ovens, (79L & 82L) with the main oven equipped with catalytic liners for easier cleaning and 8 oven functions.

It also comes with Rangemasters handy slide-out grill, perfect for cheese on toast night!

Available in a whole host of colours and contrasting trim combinations + induction or gas cooktop.

Typically a little bit more expensive than the Rangemaster Pro+, however, the Classic Deluxe offers that countryside vibe and is the perfect range cooker to complement any farmhouse style kitchen. That’s why it gets my ‘best classic design‘ 100cm range cooker pick!

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Final Thoughts…

There you have it! The best 100cm range cookers, your perfect kitchen centrepiece.

The Rangemaster Professional Plus is my best overall pick because it perfectly blends great design, handy features and a reasonable price.

If you’re on a budget then the BEKO KDVF100X is a fantastic choice. And with 7 gas burners, it has some nice features all at a really great low price point.

If you’re looking for the most stylish option then I absolutely love the Bertazzoni Master Series. It’s super sleek and guaranteed to give your kitchen that wow factor!

Whatever your needs and budget there’s the perfect 100cm range cooker on this list!

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Michael from Kitchinsider.com

Michael is a kitchen designer from the UK. He's been designing and project managing new kitchen installations for around 10 years. Before that, he was an electrician and part of a team that fitted kitchens. He created Kitchinsider in early 2019 to help give people advice when it comes to getting a new kitchen.