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3 Reasons For
Features Top and Bottom Heating
The Neff B14M42N5 features top and bottom heating, which is unusual. Most of the other latest similar spec ovens do not feature top and bottom heating.
We think you might also be interested in some of the alternative ovens which feature top and bottom heating currently available including cheaper ovens such as the EBP 13623 E (£356.66), or the EB 13515 S (£336.56) both from Amica.
It is worth considering other ovens which also feature top and bottom heating including the Siemens iQ700 (£409.00).
Ovens produced by Neff generally have good reviews compared to other brands.
Fairly Long Cable Length
The shortest cable length of medium interior capacity ovens that came out in the last year is 1m, the longest is 1.5m, and the average cable length is 1.4m. With a cable length of 1.5 meters, the B14M42N5 has one of the longer cable lengths amongst ovens of this age.
4 Reasons Against
Price Has Recently Increased by £11.49
In the last 40 days the B14M42N5 has increased in price by £11.49.
Very Big Energy Efficiency Index (EEI)
When compared to other ovens that were launched in the last year that we have checked, the Neff B14M42N5's energy efficiency index (EEI) of 101.2 is one of the biggest. The energy efficiency indexs (EEI) of comparable spec ovens that have been around for around the same time as the B14M42N5 range from 80 to 110, and the average energy efficiency index (EEI) is 91.
Very Low Maximum Convection Temperature
The maximum convection temperatures of similar spec ovens that have been around for the last year range from 200°C to 280°C. With a maximum convection temperature of only 200 degrees celcium, the Neff B14M42N5 has a quite low maximum convection temperature compared to most of the other latest medium interior capacity ovens.
Fairly High Conventional Energy Consumption
At 0.96 kilowatt hours, the B14M42N5 has a quite high conventional energy consumption compared to most of the other new similar spec ovens. Across all the comparable spec ovens that have been available for a similar time to the B14M42N5 the conventional energy consumptions range from 0.34kWh to 1,100kWh.
+1 More reason against
5 Other reasons to consider the Neff B14M42N5
Released Twelve Months Ago
This medium interior capacity oven was released twelve months ago.
One Separate Oven
The Neff B14M42N5 has one separate oven. That's average compared to the other 82 comparable spec ovens that came out in the last year that we have assessed the number of separate ovens of.
There are a number of other 1 separate ovens currently available which you might want to consider including cheaper ovens such as the Neff Series 3 (£349.00).
If this oven has too few separate ovens then you might want to look at the Siemens iQ300 (£357.00) (5 separate ovens and cheaper).
With a height of 595 millimeters, the B14M42N5 has a relatively standard height compared to most of the other recently released ovens.
Other 595mm tall ovens currently available that you might want to consider include the Amica IN 522 B (£329.00), or the Neff Series 3 (£349.00) which is cheaper.
If you are not concerned about having a taller height then you might also want to look at the Neff B45E52N3GB (£445.00) (595mm).
+3 Other reasons
With a width of 595 millimeters, the B14M42N5 has a relatively typical width compared to most of the other new medium interior capacity ovens.
We compared this oven to all the other 595mm wide ovens and we think the Amica IN 522 B (£329.00), and the Neff Series 3 (£349.00) which is cheaper is also worth considering.
If you would consider a oven with a wider width then you might want to look at the Neff B45E52N3GB (£445.00) (595mm).
The Neff B14M42N5 has a pretty average depth (550 millimeters) compared to most of the other comparable spec ovens that were launched in the last year.
If you are not concerned about having a deeper depth then you might want to consider the Amica EB 13515 S (£336.56) (575mm), or the Bosch HBA23B150 (£320.00) (548mm) which is also cheaper.