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4 Reasons For
The depths of ovens of this spec and age range from 530mm to 630mm, and the average depth is 560mm. With a depth of only 548 millimeters, the B47VR32N0B is quite shallow compared to most of the other big interior capacity ovens that were released one year ago.
We compared all the other 548mm deep ovens to this oven and we think cheaper ovens such as the B47CR32N0[pl_2555212_price], and the BCR 4522 N[pl_2768097_price] both from Neff is also worth considering.
Ovens with a deeper depth that might be worth looking at include the Neff B48VT38N0B[plb_2889808_price] (548mm).
Big interior capacity ovens built by Neff have good ratings on average compared to other brands. We also checked the reviews for all ovens (not just big interior capacity ovens) and found that Neff also has good ratings across its entire range.
Very Low Forced Convection Energy Consumption
With a forced convection energy consumption of only 0.69 kilowatt hours, the B47VR32N0B has one of the lower forced convection energy consumption amongst big interior capacity ovens of this age. The forced convection energy consumption of ovens of this type and age range from 0.68kWh to 1.3kWh.
Very Low Conventional Energy Consumption
At only 0.87 kilowatt hours, the Neff B47VR32N0B has a fairly low conventional energy consumption compared to most of the other big interior capacity ovens that were launched more than a year ago. The lowest conventional energy consumption of similar spec ovens that have been around for a comparable time to the B47VR32N0B is 0.56kWh and the highest is 110kWh.
2 Reasons Against
Does Not Feature Top and Bottom Heating
The B47VR32N0B does not feature top and bottom heating. Most of the other ovens of a similar spec and age to the B47VR32N0B also do not feature top and bottom heating.
We think you might also be interested in alternative ovens which also feature top and bottom heating including the B47CS34N0[pl_2555228_price], or the BCR 2522 N[pl_3105353_price] both from Neff which is also cheaper.
Only One Separate Oven
The B47VR32N0B is a one separate oven oven.
Other 1 separate ovens currently available which you might want to look at include the B47CR32N0[pl_2555212_price], or the B47CS34N0[pl_2555228_price] both from Neff which is cheaper.
Ovens with more separate ovens that might be worth considering include the AEG DC7013001M[plb_2906034_price] (2 separate ovens), or the Neff U17M42N3GB[plb_2911564_price] (2 separate ovens) which is also cheaper.
1 Other reason to consider the Neff B47VR32N0B
The B47VR32N0B has a relatively average height (595 millimeters) compared to most of the other ovens of a comparable spec and age to the B47VR32N0B.
We compared all the other 595mm tall ovens to this oven and we think cheaper ovens such as the Neff BCR 4522 N[plb_2768097_price] is also worth considering.
If you would consider a oven with a taller height then you might want to look at the B57VR22N0B[pl_2889816_price] (595mm), or the B48VT38N0B[pl_2889808_price] (595mm) both from Neff.