Review La Cornue’s CornuFe Series
The La Cornue CornuFe is a completely different range, with the ability to customize colors, trims and even the configuration on the top. In this video, we will review the CornuFe series, as well as the benefits of considering a La Cornue. The CornuFe is a unique range. It’s different from other range manufacturers as well as its own Château series. You learn the most important features of the La Cornue, as well as a comparison to the La Cornue Château. While this is an impressive range and company La Cornue isn’t for everybody.
First, the main feature to any La Cornue could be the company itself. The range is mostly handmade and finished in France. Although many companies offer colors, La Cornue perhaps executes color better with its rich finishes and choice trims.
CornuFe offers 12 colors in your choice of three trims. There are two sizes in about 36 or less and 43 inches. Both on the same top either gas or the 17,000 BTU or a five zone induction top. Both ovens are electric convection with seven different cooking modes. The 43-inch is a double, whereas the 36 is a single. The CornuFe is the less expensive version of the Château. The Château has six sizes from 30 to 71 inches.
Whereas the CornuFe two at 35.5 and one at 43- inches. You can customize every aspect of the Château from the style of burners to 48 colors and six trim packages versus 12 and three for the CornuFe. The Château starts at $27,000 dollars for 30-inch versus $9,000-$10,000 for the CornuFe in a 35.5 and and 43-inch models.
In terms of how it compares to other brands, no other range is quite like it. Fisher & Paykel and Bertazzoni are both stylish alternatives available in a few colors with no trim options. Both ranges look good, But La Cornu looks more refined and is built better as well.
However, La Cornue is not for everyone. If you’re looking for a high output from a professional range say, La Cornue has average power with the max output of 17,000 or one burner versus 18,000 – 25,000 per burner on a pro range. It doesn’t have the robust controls of many modern ranges as well. Should you consider a CornuFe? The range is really different.
Should You Buy It?
It performs well with plenty of modes as any French range should. The colors and style make it exceptional and worth considering, especially if you want a unique range.