The 10 Best Dual Fuel Cookers

We Reviewed dozens of Dual Fuel Cookers and Listed the 10 Best Options
By Jen Hammond
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    There’s an on-going debate about which cooking fuel is better, electric or gas. Thankfully, you can now have the best of both worlds. Our team of experts have saved you the hassle of searching far and wide for the best cooker online.

    Here at Which Cooker we gather the best appliances for your kitchen as well as helping you with the entire buying process. You can find our dual fuel cooker buying guide and reviews right here.

    The Best Dual Fuel Cooker 2020

    1.
    BELLING FSDF608Dc

    BELLING FSDF608Dc

    This Belling dual fuel cooker is a definite for our top ten. You can now enjoy the best of both worlds with this innovative appliance which has conventional gas heat hobs and electric ovens.
    This cooker comes equipped with a double oven, both are powered by electric and one comes with a grill setting. Belling have excelled themselves and tend to provide some of the best dual fuel cookers on the market.
    This FSDF60Dc is an example of that, the super-stylish and shiny design is one thing but it also makes the perfect family oven with a combined capacity of 104-litres.
    It has A-rated energy efficiency, automatic shut-off and easy clean functions. The catalytic liners absorb grease and make cleaning the oven a complete breeze.

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    Features

    • Dimensions: 90 x 60 x 60cm
    • Main Cavity Capacity: 67 Litres
    • Energy Rating: A

    Reasons to Buy

    • Combined capacity of 104-litres split into two ovens
    • Functions that include defrost, keep warm, slow cook, fixed rate grill, dual circuit, top heat
    • Easy to clean with Catalytic liners

    Reasons to Avoid

    • Pan supports are a little spaced out

    2.
    Cannon CH60DHKFS

    Cannon CH60DHKFS

    This freestanding dual fuel cooker from Cannon has a huge main cavity and has a sleek exterior. The double oven cooker is easy to use and is the perfect addition to your home.
    It fits into a modern kitchen and also has a lot of functions that can be used to perfect your favourite recipes. It is the complete outfit and can be used in a big household with the 71-litre main cavity.
    It has two ovens, four gas hobs and supports enamel pans. This all-rounder has huge capacity with a large main oven but what also caught our attention is the fact that it has a second electric oven with a grill setting.
    It is great to integrate two lots of energy sources and with this Cannon CH60DHKFS it gives you the chance to enjoy the best of gas and electric cookers.
    Make the most of the gas hobs and electric hobs for less than £500.

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    Features

    • Dimensions: 90 x 60 x 60cm
    • Main Cavity Capacity: 71 Litres
    • Energy Rating: B

    Reasons to Buy

    • A super-sleek design that exudes a modernistic style
    • Self cleaning Catalytic liners
    • Great value

    Reasons to Avoid

    • It has B rated energy efficiency

    3.
    Stoves Sterling STERLING600DF

    Stoves Sterling STERLING600DF

    This Stoves Sterling can stand the heat and most certainly should stay put in your kitchen, it has a combination of retro and modernistic designs. This black cooker has dual fuel energy and a huge main cavity.
    This efficient cooker has it all with a 69-litre capacity and a second oven with 35-litres and a variable electric grill. The powerful cooker comes with two electric ovens and gas hobs.
    From British heritage, this cooker comes with ceramic interior that is durable and easy to clean.

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    Features

    • Dimensions: 90 x 60 x 60cm
    • Main Cavity Capacity: 69 Litres
    • Energy Rating: A

    Reasons to Buy

    • Timer turns oven off when your food is ready
    • Enamel coating that is easy to clean
    • Easy to use dials

    Reasons to Avoid

    • Build feels a little flimsy in places

    4.
    Smeg SY62MX8 Symphony

    Smeg SY62MX8 Symphony

    If you are looking to add the wow factor to your kitchen without taking up unnecessary space then you can count on this Smeg dual fuel cooker.

    It comes in grey and has all the features you should look for in a home’s cooker. It has multi-functional ovens, a timer, A-rated energy and an easy clean setting.

    This is one of the top-rated dual fuel cookers for a reason, it is cheap to run thanks to the energy efficiency and is simple to clean. Whereas many of the cookers have enamel coating only, this doubles up easy clean features with a Vapour Clean Function. Swap elbow grease with greaseproof thanks to the self clean settings.

    The main cavity has a capacity of 60-litres and the second oven has 33-litres.

    Features

    • Dimensions: 90 x 60 x 60cm
    • Main Cavity Capacity: 60 Litres
    • Energy Rating: A

    Reasons to Buy

    • Programmable timer
    • Self cleaning with Enamel coating and Vapour Function
    • Contemporary design

    Reasons to Avoid

    • It is expensive

    5.
    Hotpoint Ultima HUD61GS

    Hotpoint Ultima HUD61GS

    The Hotpoint reputation always gives us high expectations and we were pleased with the results we found with the Hotpoint Ultima HUD61GS.
    One of the most noticeable things about this is the safety features, it includes a glass lid, timer, automatic shut off and cool to touch technology. This is one of many attributes that makes it friendly for a family home.
    It is available in two colours and comes with plenty of rotary dials that are simple for you to adjust the temperature and change the particular function. You can enjoy two ovens and four gas hobs.
    Find temperatures as high as 220-degrees and heat your meals whilst reducing the cooking time.

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    Features

    • Dimensions: 90 x 60 x 60cm
    • Main Cavity Capacity: 71 Litres
    • Energy Rating: A

    Reasons to Buy

    • Has a fan in the main oven making sure the heat spreads evenly
    • Simple to use with LED display and rotary dials
    • Has an electronic timer

    Reasons to Avoid

    • Hasn’t got as many cooking functions as some of the others

    6.
    Belling Farmhouse60DF

    Belling Farmhouse60DF

    Belling are leaders when it comes to dual fuel cookers and that is why they have made it onto our list for a second time. The Belling Farmhouse cooker comes in stylish colours of cream, black and red.
    If you are looking to fix up a delicious meal for the family then you will be glad to learn that this cooker comes with fan technology. Again, it allows our meals to be uniformly cooked and for all shelves to be heated evenly.
    This versatile cooker has two ovens, grills and four hobs. You can make your meats, stews and a wok burner on the hob. Use all the cooking features with defrost, PowerWok and Slow Cook.
    Make the most of the 65-litres capacity in the main oven, powerful hobs and A-rated energy.

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    Features

    • Dimensions: 90 x 60 x 60cm
    • Main Cavity Capacity: 65 Litres
    • Energy Rating: A

    Reasons to Buy

    • Plenty of space for your family’s recipe
    • Enamel liners are easy to clean
    • Has a slow cook feature

    Reasons to Avoid

    • Hob is fiddly to clean

    7.
    Zanussi ZCK66350XA

    Zanussi ZCK66350XA

    With an A/A energy rating and great technology which makes the most of the heat, this is an economical and user friendly cooker which is very well priced.
    The main fan oven uses Thermaflow® technology to evenly circulate the heat into every level and corner, so the apple pie at the top of the oven will be just as perfectly cooked as the gammon at the bottom. Because the air is constantly changing too, there will be no transferring flavours between dishes.
    The second oven is fab if you have a bit more food to be cooking for special events, and there is also a grill so both functions could be used at the same time if you wish. An electronic minute minder timer will keep you on track even if your mind is on preparing the sauce or simply on the latest box set and you want no distractions.
    Catalytic liners finish it off, so any grease is absorbed and it just needs a quick wipe every so often to keep it looking like new.

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    Features

    • Dimensions: (H)90.0 x (W)60.0 x (D)60.9cm
    • Main Cavity Capacity: 77 Litres
    • Energy Rating: A

    Reasons to Buy

    • Hits the temperature quickly
    • Enamel pan supports are easy to keep clean

    Reasons to Avoid

    • Fan is on the noisy side but effectiveness makes up for it

    8.
    Indesit I6G52X

    Indesit I6G52X

    Having the safety and ease of an electric oven along with the instant heat and exceeded control of a gas hob is the preferred choice of a lot of kitchen users up and down the country.
    You need to hold the pilot light for the ignition to work, so there is no turning it on accidentally. Fail-safe will also ensure it is not on when it shouldn’t be.
    We liked the little storage drawer at the bottom of the oven, which comes in handy for keeping any pans or baking trays at easy reach, saving you some space elsewhere. It is worth us mentioning that it isn’t a drawer though, just a pull-down flap, so it can be a bit difficult getting things out.

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    Features

    • Dimensions: 90 x 50 x 60 cm
    • Main Cavity Capacity: 61 Litres
    • Energy Rating: B

    Reasons to Buy

    • Size - perfect for smaller kitchens
    • Storage drawer

    Reasons to Avoid

    • Pans can be a bit unsteady on hob

    9.
    Bertazzoni Master Series MAS60-4-MFE-S-CRE

    Bertazzoni Master Series MAS60-4-MFE-S-CRE

    This is the one if you want to pop a bit of the retro look into your kitchen, in the form of a cooker which looks like a range cooker but is a lot more size-friendly.
    You get the main oven and a storage compartment in the base, which is great for keeping everything in one place. Or you can use the residual heat to keep food warm before serving, such as bread rolls or side dishes.
    The hob has the standard four zones for a cooker, but one of the zones is a wok burner so is great for obtaining higher heats and accommodating larger pans for when you’re frying. To balance this out, there is a small zone which is ideal for light simmering and broiling.
    It is a higher-end brand, so has a higher-end price tag to match, but this is the only reason why it is not our number one spot.

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    Features

    • Dimensions: (H)94.5 x (W)60.0 x (D)60.0
    • Main Cavity Capacity: 69 Litres
    • Energy Rating: A

    Reasons to Buy

    • Style
    • Wide range of hobs
    • Smaller version of a range cooker model

    Reasons to Avoid

    • Price

    10.
    KENWOOD CK234DF

    KENWOOD CK234DF

    Kenwood always get it right – appliances which are reasonably priced, but you get top quality for the cost and it will suit those bothered about style too.
    This dual fuel model is a fine example. With four varying sized burners and two comfortably sized cooking chambers, you really have the best of both worlds. The hob gives instant heat, and the ovens heat evenly and match the desired temperature well.
    An LPG conversion kit is included, so you won’t need to worry if you’ve not got mains gas in your home. The main chamber is side opening, so it is very easy to fit in larger trays or access food safely without having to dodge around the lowered door. And when it comes to cleaning, the catalytic liners will have kept most of the grime at bay so it just needs a wipe.

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    Features

    • Dimensions: 91 x 59.8 x 60cm
    • Main Cavity Capacity: 61 Litres
    • Energy Rating: A

    Reasons to Buy

    • Professional kitchen design
    • Uses the space very well
    • Cast iron pan supports are very strong and stable

    Reasons to Avoid

    • Can take a little while to ignite the hob

    Buying the Best Dual Fuel Cooker for You

    The on-going debate about electric and gas cookers remains unsolved and it will stay that way for a long time. Thankfully, we have now seen the introduction of dual fuel and the innovation has provided many customers with an option that they thought was impossible.

    When looking out for the best dual fuel cooker for you, you should take these factors in:

    Capacity

    Capacity usually refers to the main oven cavity but it can also take into account the volume of the second oven and of course, the hobs. The majority of hob surfaces come with four burners.

    If you have a big family or you cook for parties and other get-togethers then you will want an oven with at least 60-litres of capacity. In this list you will find that most of them have at least 60-litre capacity and others boast more than 70-litres.

    The brilliant thing about many of the picks we have made, is that they have a double oven which allows you to prepare different parts of the meal at the same time.

    Features

    Take a look at some of the innovative features such as slow cook, self clean and enamel interior. Lots of these functions make cooking a lot easier. You will also want to consider safety features. Luckily a lot of the new cookers now have safety features for both the gas and electric heats.

    Size

    Check the size of the cooker you are buying and that your kitchen can accommodate it. This is different to the capacity side of things, just because a cooker is bigger does not mean it has more room for meals. Do the measurements and be sure that you have a place for your new appliance.

    Reliability

    Choose a good brand such as Belling, New World, Smeg, Bosch, Hotpoint, Cannon, Stoves, Zanussi and others to ensure that it will last you for years to come. Cookers should be investments and that is why it isn’t a decision to be made on a whim.

    You will also want to enjoy peace of mind with a warranty. Most cookers usually come with at least a one-year warranty.

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