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4 Reasons For
Neff Has Good Reviews for Its Ovens
We checked the user and expert reviews of hundreds of ovens to determine an average rating for each oven brand. On average ovens from Neff have good reviews from experts and owners.
Very Low Forced Convection Energy Consumption
The Neff B48FT78N0B has one of the lower forced convection energy consumption (only 0.69 kilowatt hours) amongst big interior capacity ovens of this age. Across all the ovens of a comparable age and spec to the B48FT78N0B the forced convection energy consumption range from 0.63kWh to 1.2kWh.
38 Auto Programs
Most ovens of a comparable age and type to the B48FT78N0B have between 2 and 86 auto programs, including the B48FT78N0B which has 38 auto programs.
Quite Low Connected Load
The lowest connected load of ovens of this type and age is 1,700W and the highest is 9,800W. The B48FT78N0B has one of the lower connected loads (only 3,450 Watts) amongst big interior capacity ovens of this age.
4 Reasons Against
Price Increase of £94.00
In the last couple of weeks the price of the B48FT78N0B has increased by £94.00.
Does Not Feature Top and Bottom Heating
The B48FT78N0B does not feature top and bottom heating, although this is within the context that most of the other ovens of this age and type also do not feature top and bottom heating.
It is worth also looking at other ovens which also feature top and bottom heating including the B15FS22N0 (£899.00), or the B55VS24N0 (£1,185.77) both from Neff or the Samsung NV73J9770RS (£1,149.00).
Expensive Compared to Other Ovens of a Similar Age and Spec
We think this Neff oven looks expensive compared to other ovens of a similar age and spec. The cheapeast oven of a similar spec and age that we found costs £99 and the most expensive costs £3,499.
Only One Separate Oven
The Neff B48FT78N0B is a one separate oven oven. Most of the other ovens of a similar age and type to the B48FT78N0B have one separate oven.
If you want an oven with more separate ovens then you might want to consider the Bosch HBM56B551B (£849.00) (2 separate ovens and cheaper), the De Dietrich DOD1278 (£995.00) (2 separate ovens and cheaper), or the Siemens HB55MB551B (£849.00) (2 separate ovens and cheaper).
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3 Other reasons to consider the Neff B48FT78N0B
Released Over a Year Ago
This big interior capacity oven was released over a year ago.
With a height of 595 millimeters, the Neff B48FT78N0B has a pretty average height compared to most of the other similar spec ovens that have been on the market for around the same time as the B48FT78N0B.
Other 595mm tall ovens currently available which you might want to look at include cheaper ovens such as the B47FS34N0B (£934.00), the BFS 4522 N (£1,108.14), or the B47FS36N0B all from Neff.
With a depth of 548 millimeters, the Neff B48FT78N0B has a pretty typical depth compared to most of the other ovens that were released more than a year ago.
We compared all the other 548mm deep ovens to this oven and we think cheaper ovens such as the B47FS34N0B (£934.00), the BFS 4522 N (£1,108.14), and the B47FS36N0B all from Neff is also worth considering.