Good Questions: Where Can I Find A Freestanding Oven?

Good Questions: Where Can I Find A Freestanding Oven?

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Maxwell Ryan
Oct 24, 2007
Hello AT, I've been hunting around for a new cooker for some time now and love the look of Italian brand Lofra's maxima double oven. They advertise it as a freestanding built-in, as I understand it this means that the insulation allows you to install it without a gap to the adjacent cabinets, giving a built-in look with a standalone appliance. This seems like a good solution for those of us who are renting and don't want to invest in something we can't easily take away with us, but still want the continuous surface of a built-in solution...

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I haven't come across this brand before, so I'd love to hear if AT readers have any experience of the quality and durability of these cookers or any other freestanding cookers?. Thanks! Lucy Dear Lucy, We've not used one of these, but we think it's a great idea for renters AND a really nice look. Below is a list of links that we'd recommend you take a look at... Related Links:Ikea ATTITYD free-standing kitchenAdvance Tabco: Stainless Steel KitchenwareAlpes Inox KitchensSunwave Stainless Mini-Kitchen
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