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If you are serious about cooking but still want something with a bit of retro style, then the Falcon 1092 Induction Cooker could be the answer.
It has a wealth of features for the gourmet chef, including seven oven settings and four grill settings. But just as importantly, it comes in a choice of eight finishes, including the Classic Cream pictured here and two new colour options of Cherry Red and Lime Green. The Cream and Cherry would fit with a 1950’s style, whilst the Lime would add a bold splash of 1970s colour to your kitchen.
It costs just under £4,000. Further information can be found on the Falcon Appliances website.
2 thoughts on “Falcon 1092 Induction Cooker”
This is a stunner. If I only owned my own kitchen…
> Induction Cooker
…their site says:
“Available in dual fuel natural gas convertible to LPG (propane and butane only)”