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Oh how I hate this cooker!!
It doesn't look anything like the photo above, it's actually gas, has a glass lid/cover and mine is silver/grey in colour (Graphite is the actual term) .
It is useless, it's so small I can't even fit a large pizza from Asda in the oven! I have to cut the pizza in half!!
The inside glass panel for the door also fell off about 13 months after having it and cracked!! Just outside of the guarantee! Typical.
It has a gas hob with 4 rings and lately only 3 of these rings work, I have checked to see if it may be blocked or clogged but there's nothing there that I can see as to why it doesn't work.
The grill is seperate from the oven and that is fine, a normal decent sized grill, onto which 6 slices of bread can be toasted.
The oven is pant's! It is tiny. Apparantly it has flexible shelf positioning, yes small, smaller or tiny! It has 2 shelves but really there's not much room to move them up or down even though the groves are there to do so.
A large chicken just about fit's never mind a Christmas turkey.
It's dimensions are ~
So it is ideal for a smaller kitchen, but I don't think much of it's performance.
It cost me £450 just over 6 years ago and it isn't something I can just go and replace just because I don't like it. It does look nice and sleek. The graphite colour is nice and it is easy to keep clean.
A good point is however, that when the glass lid is pulled down the gas automatically shuts off, so if little fingers just happen to turn the knobs the hob will not emit any gas so long as the lid is down.
It still looks new and is nice and shiny but it's not really made for a family of six. I'd like to have a more roomier cooker.
Gas Twin Cavity Cooker, 4 Fully Variable Burners, Variable Gas Grill, Zoned Gas Oven, 2 Shelves in Oven, Stay Clean Catalytic Liners, Glass Doors, Grill Pan with Food Support, Height Adjustable & Leveling Facility, LPG Version Available (White Only) / Short name: Hotpoint GW32