What’s the Difference Between the Rangemaster Nexus and Rangemaster Nexus SE Range Cooker?

Rangemaster’s Nexus model has been a firm favourite at CookersAndOvens since its launch in 2014. Now, Rangemaster has launched the brand new Nexus SE which contains a wealth of new and improved features. Let’s go through the differences between the models.

Symmetrical Design

The Nexus and Nexus SE both have 4 cavities, but on the SE model they are symmetrical in design rather than at opposite corners. Both models also come with a handy rack.

Fuel Type

At the moment, the Nexus SE is also available in dual fuel (gas hob, electric ovens) while the Nexus range is available in both dual fuel and induction. On duel fuel models, both range cookers come complete with a multi-zone griddle.


With the Nexus range you can choose from 2 sizes: 90cm and 110cm. Currently, the Nexus SE is only available as a 110cm model.


There is also a difference in the colours available. With the Nexus you can choose from Slate, Stainless Steel, Black and White and with the Nexus SE you can choose from Slate, Stainless Steel, Black and Ivory.

Extra Features

The Nexus models feature an extra cavity to be used as a proving drawer while the Nexus SE’s extra cavity can be used as a slow cook oven. The slow cook oven can be used for warming or for cooking with a temperature range of 80°C to 140°C.


Both the Nexus and Nexus SE feature Rangemaster’s improved glide-out-grill with 4 way trivet.

Catch-rite Doors

Both models include Rangemaster’s Catch-rite stainless steel door catches tested to last over 50 years!

Shop The Range

View the Rangemaster Nexus on cookersandovens.co.uk

View the Rangemaster Nexus SE on cookersandovens.co.uk

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