The AGA cooker is a stored-heat oven invented in 1922 by Nobel Prize-winning Swedish physicist Dr. Gustaf Dalen (1869-1937).
To dream of an eternal flame
I gaze at them from afar....in homestyle magazines, at trade shows, on BBC programs. To have one in my house one day is to dream of an eternal flame; a promise that cooking is about to commence or a warmed linen is on the way. Can you will an AGA to your family when you die? I'm sure my future AGA will outlive me!
L, United States - 19 August 2004
I love it to bits
I have had my AGA for 21 years and could not live without it. It never breaks down. It's always ready. The ovens beat any other type of stove by miles because the temperature stays rock steady. I love it to bits.
Hans, South Africa - 01 July 2004
We love it
Our AGA is the the heart of our home. It's the centrepiece of our kitchen/dining room. It cooks the most delicious/crispiest roast potatoes on the planet. It pumps out welcome heat on freezing winter mornings. We love it.
Andrew, United Kingdom - 18 September 2003
A way of life. The oven as the social focus. Sadly they dry socks better than they cook - but they are irreplaceable.
Harry, New Zealand - 05 May 2001