Ovens of a comparable age and type to the FLE 502 6 have conventional energy consumptions of between 0.71kWh and 1,100kWh. The Candy FLE 502 6 has one of the lower conventional energy consumptions (only 0.79 kilowatt hours) amongst medium interior capacity ovens of this age.
The lightest oven of a similar age and spec to the FLE 502 6 is 23kg weight and the heaviest is 52kg. With a weight of only 30 kilograms, the Candy FLE 502 6 is fairly light compared to most of the other ovens of this type and age.
1 Reason Against
Does Not Feature Top and Bottom Heating
The FLE 502 6 does not feature top and bottom heating. Most of the other ovens of a similar age and spec to the FLE 502 6 also do not feature top and bottom heating.
5 Other reasons to consider the Candy FLE 502 6
Released Over Two Years Ago
Candy released the FLE 502 6 over two years ago.
One Separate Oven
Compared to the other 263 similar spec ovens that have been around for around the same time as the FLE 502 6 that we have assessed the number of separate ovens of, the FLE 502 6 is a one separate oven oven which is average.
With a height of 595 millimeters, the Candy FLE 502 6 has a relatively standard height compared to most of the other ovens that have been on the market for a similar time to the FLE 502 6.
Ovens with a taller height that might also be worth considering include the Amica EB13522E (£192.80) (595mm), or the Miele DGC 6660 (£4,225.00) (595mm).
+3 Other reasons
At 595 millimeters, the FLE 502 6 has a relatively average width compared to most of the other medium interior capacity ovens that were launched around the same time as the FLE 502 6.
At 550 millimeters, the Candy FLE 502 6 has a pretty average depth compared to most of the other ovens of a similar spec and age to the FLE 502 6.
Other ovens with a deeper depth that you might want to look at include the Bosch HBA41B350J (£559.00) (550mm).