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On 26/11/2018 at 21:46, Alycidon said:

I am an Esse cooker dealer,  the Hybred model was announced at a recent customer/cooker dealer day.  As far as I am aware there is nothing else in the market like it but I am not sure that it has yet gone into production.       As regards price,  yes they are costly but you get what you pay for.   When comparing all electric cookers to the AGA equivalent they are quite a bit cheaper and they just dont go wrong. Designed and made in England since 1854, I have had an Esse in my kitchen for the last 10 years with no problems what so ever and it gets lot of use.  

 

Your local Esse cooker dealer should be able to show you the all electric model the hybred is based on.  I have the all wood fired at present and should have the new 990ELX all electric in the showroom next week.

A

I thought Esse was originally Scottish? Scottish lads who went to the US, learned about Stoves and Casting then came back to Glasgow and opened a Foundry?

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3 hours ago, trigger_andy said:

I thought Esse was originally Scottish? Scottish lads who went to the US, learned about Stoves and Casting then came back to Glasgow and opened a Foundry?

You are perfectly correct,    after a successful period in the USA the wife of the founder was ill so they came back to UK and started production here in 1854.  

 

https://www.esse.com/about/

 

A

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6 hours ago, Alycidon said:

You are perfectly correct,    after a successful period in the USA the wife of the founder was ill so they came back to UK and started production here in 1854.  

 

https://www.esse.com/about/

 

A

I just noticed you wrote made and designed in England since 1854. Should that not be Scotland then?

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On 04/12/2018 at 05:08, trigger_andy said:

I just noticed you wrote made and designed in England since 1854. Should that not be Scotland then?

Arguably yes,    but they have been in Barnoldswick since God was a boy,

 

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