When looking through our range of Neff Single Ovens there is such a wide variety that it can make deciding which one is best for you quite hard. That’s why I’m writing this blog post, I will go through each of our Neff Single Ovens and highlight the key pro’s.
Neff have three main areas of single ovens these being; Standard single Neff ovens, Neff Slide & Hide Ovens and the new Neff Pyrolytic Hide & Slide Oven.
The standard oven range includes four ovens, three of which are the same model but vary in colour. This Oven is called the CircoTherm which includes 5 functions and a Silver display. Colours include White, Black, and Stainless Steel.
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The fourth standard oven is the CircoTherm which is different as it has 12 functions, ClearText, small TFT display, ShiftControl and only comes in stainless steel.
Moving onto the Neff Slide & Hide Oven, this appliance has a door that you pull and can slide easily into a compartment underneath the oven. This cuts the risk of hazards massively by lowering the risk of yourself or others like children catching your skin on the heat and burning yourself. It also means that the person cooking doesn’t take up a lot of room in the kitchen meaning people can pass simply and children don’t bump into the adult putting the food into the oven. As well as this, people with small kitchens can feel more at ease when having guests around or when they need to place a few items in or out at one time.
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This video demonstrates how easy the oven is to use.
Lastly, the new Neff Pyrolytic Hide & Slide Oven is the newest culinary creation in the cooking world right now. It has the same features of the Neff Slide & Hide Oven but has a Pyrolytic program. The process works by the pyrolytic program heating the oven up to 485 degrees Celsius. This then turns anything in the oven to an easy to remove ash like product. when the program is finished you simply wipe away the ash from the bottom of the oven with a damp cloth. Making this the fastest method to clean ovens.
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