Buying and Selling Aga Cookers
Are you interested in buying or selling a legendary Aga? With
RangeAway you are guaranteed a completely hassle-free experience of buying and
selling Aga cookers online.
A unique enterprise bringing together buyers and sellers of
range cookers, RangeAway makes the process unbelievably simple. If you want
to sell an Aga range, register with us and fill in the details of your cooker
on our website. If you wish to buy, once you register you can view the entire
list of second-hand range cookers for sale on our site. To make things more
interesting, we offer the option of adding images to your selling account. You
can at any time change your advertisement or details. And you can remove cookers
from your selling account whenever you wish. Registration costs just 20 pounds
and your account is valid for 30 days.
The Aga, which has become an icon in its own right in the U.K.,
occupies pride of place at RangeAway. With a long history of reliability and
sterling performance, this unique range cooker uses the principles of heat storage
and heat transfer to give you succulent meals that retain all their natural
flavours and moisture. An invention of one of the greatest scientific minds
of the 20th century, the Aga comes with two or four ovens. While most Agas run
on gas, some are now available with electric ovens.
Nils Gustaf Dalen, a Swedish physicist who won the Nobel Prize
in 1912, patented the first Aga in 1922. Production of the Aga relocated to
Britain in 1928 and the U.K. has since been its home. So efficient was the original
design and technology of the Aga that little has been changed over a quarter
of a century. The Aga has a single heat source and distributes heat with varying
intensity to the different cooking zones. The four-oven Aga has separate ovens
for roasting, baking, simmering and warming. The Aga also radiates heat around
it, which makes the kitchen especially inviting in the cold months.
Not only is the Aga popular across the U.K., it even has a
large fan club in the U.S. and Canada. Proud American owners of the Aga include
such celebrities as Hollywood star Sharon Stone and Martha Stewart, who is considered
the last word in good living. Prominent Aga owners in the U.K. include the Prince
of Wales and former Beatle, Sir Paul McCartney.
RangeAway not only specialises in facilitating the purchase
and sale of Aga cookers but also their relocation and removal. If you need more
information or are considering buying or selling Aga cookers, visit rangeaway.co.uk.