Big Appliances have clearly set out with a particular agenda: to stock their online showroom with the best examples from across the whole spectrum of large-scale domestic cookers.
Online PR News – 20-April-2010 – – Big Appliances have clearly set out with a particular agenda: to stock their online showroom with the best examples from across the whole spectrum of large-scale domestic cookers. Including three Caple cookers at cut-rate prices is a stroke of genius, inviting the upper end of the market to widen its choices (against cookers like the Belling or Falcon), while allowing the mid-range high end market to look upwards.
Caple range cookers are basically high-end commercial appliances dressed up in fancy clothes – as a result, they look stunning in any surrounding and cook like Gordon Ramsay (minus the yelling and swearing). For personal preference, we’d have to go with the cream: a thousand quid off a Caple range cooker that looks good enough to ask out on a date is practically selling point enough to buy two. That thousand pound saving puts this Caple range cooker in the same price bracket as mid-top-end domestic cookers: which means, of course, that anyone buying one is going to be getting something twice as good as they set out for, for the same money.
Purfleet white goods stockist Big Appliances is making its presence felt on the internet with a well-stocked new web store. The distinctive elephant logo of the brand announces “BIG appliances – it’s what we do”: and one look at the three professional-quality Caple range cookers they’ve put on there already leaves you in no doubt that this is true.
With a massive £800 saving hacked off its list price, the star of the Caple range cookers show is undeniably the GR1201AN “Gastron”. With a name like “Gastron” you’d be forgiven for assuming it was a character in Futurama: looking at it, you’d be equally forgiven for surmising that Big Appliances had nicked it off the set of Star Trek. The Gastron Caple range cooker is unashamedly, unabashedly beautiful – its matte black body, shining silver top and opaque blue-silver glass panels breathe a style and quality backed up by the spec sheet Big Appliances have helpfully included.
For a knock-off £1799, a person looking for a Caple range cooker can walk away with two ovens, totalling a massive 14 separate oven functions; a pair of electric grills; four hobs, plus griddle and wok burner; cast iron pan supports; and the option for LPG conversion, if required. “Walk away” meaning “take advantage of the free mainland UK delivery”.
Big Appliances promise to deliver all their items free of charge to any location in mainland Britain – which means that this flagship Caple cooker isn’t just knocked down by a cool eight hundred smackers: it’s also saving buyers in delivery charges.
If saving and style are the benchmarks of good shopping, Big Appliances have taken the cake with insolent ease. They only stock three variants of the awesome Caple range cooker, but three is clearly enough – each Gastron is subject to a minimum saving of £700 (the cream coloured GR1201lV has had a massive £1000 shaved off its list price) and comes with similar or identical package features. The Caple range cookers are true pro-standard appliances, designed to be functionally at home in commercial kitchens: to get Caple cookers for these kinds of prices is an opportunity way too good to miss.
About Big Appliances:
Big Appliances is an Essex based domestic appliances retailer specializing in Range cookers and American fridge freezers, provide competitive prices through its only platform and its Hornchurch shop. It also provides a wholesale arm of its brand supplying over 100 independent retailers.
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