LPG Gas costs calculated at average of 4.41 cents per megajoule.
Usage is defined by
Annual Running Cost
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LPG Bottled Gas Cooktops
When it comes to stove tops gas is certainly the preferred option for most people. This is mainly due to the instant and even heat it produces. However not everyone is connected to natural gas. If this is the case for you then LPG bottled gas will be your option. LPG Gas is more expensive than natural gas so it is more important than ever to compare running costs to ensure you are getting most efficient model that suits your needs. Compare all shapes and sizes from all of the top brands including Fisher & Paykal, St George and more. Comparing LPG Bottled Gas Cooktops can save you over $100 a year.
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Compare LPG Gas Cooktops before you Buy!
Unsure what cooktop suits your needs and your budget? Compare every type from all of the top brands in our user friendly comparison tables. Once you have found the model for you that isn’t going to cost you an arm and a leg in running costs compare prices so you get the best deal possible!
Electricity costs calculated at average electricity tariff of 27c/kwh
Natural Gas costs calculated at average gas tariff of 3 cents per megajoule.
Standby: Where figures are available and/or applicable, the "In-Use" hours are deducted from the overall standby period.
Slow Cookers, Bread Makers & Food Dehydrators are based on 1 cooking Cycle per week, 52 weeks in the year. All other cooking appliances are based on 1 hour usage per week, 52 weeks in the year
6 hours usage per day, 365 Days a year
Energy Saving bulb based on CFL/LED wattage, depending on manufactures specifications
Non Energy Saving bulb based on Incandescent or Halogen wattage, depending on manufactures specifications
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