Win 1 of 2 luxury range cookers from Leisure, worth £1,000 each!


Leisure has been synonymous with quality and innovation for over two centuries. Perhaps its most renowned accomplishment was the introduction of the first ever range cooker in 1883, and today it remains one of the largest range cooker brands in the UK. Acquired by Beko in 2002, it is now part of the third largest appliance manufacturer in Europe, and one of the top ten appliance brands worldwide. 

The new Chefmaster range is perfect for the culinary genius who likes to juggle multiple dishes at once. All Chefmaster range cookers include three ovens, a five-burner hob (including a wok burner), a grill cavity and an LED timer with countdown display. The range’s classic style complements any kitchen and the perfectly designed oven layout offers a symmetrical and balanced look. Available in two sizes (90cm and 100cm), the Leisure Chefmaster comes in a choice of cream, black or stainless steel. Packed full of the latest technology, each unit is equipped with a glass lid which acts as a handy splashback device and saves you the unpleasant task of scrubbing the kitchen tiles after fry cooking. It also covers and protects the gas burners when the cooker is not in use, keeping your Chefmaster looking neat and tidy. While we can’t guarantee a stress-free dinner party, you can be sure to spend more time entertaining your guests and less time cleaning up in the kitchen with a Chefmaster. 

This month, Period Ideas has teamed up with Leisure to celebrate the launch of its new Chefmaster range, and offer two lucky readers the chance to win one. Leisure specialises in designing cookers for those who consider the culinary arts a passion and a pleasure, and who have a need for total reliability. Ensuring the highest construction and material quality, Leisure remains true to its core values of craftsmanship and uncompromising performance. To explore the full Leisure collection, visit or call 0333 207 9918.


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