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4 Reasons For
Medium (45 - 75 L Total Capacity) Oven Size
The oven size of the this oven is Medium (45 - 75 l total capacity), which is the most frequently found oven size on ovens that have been on the market for a comparable time to it.
Neff Has Good Reviews for Its Ovens
Ovens produced by Neff are some of the better ovens according to average reviews from owners and experts.
Quite Small Current
With a current of only 10 ampere, the Neff C17DR02N0 has one of the smaller currents amongst similar spec ovens of this age. The smallest current of ovens that were released around the same time as the C17DR02N0 is 3A, the biggest is 16A, and the average current is 14A.
Quite Low Connected Load
At only 1,900 Watt, the Neff C17DR02N0 has a quite low connected load compared to most of the other small interior capacity ovens that have been on the market for a comparable time to the C17DR02N0. Across all the small interior capacity ovens that are a similar age to the C17DR02N0 the connected loads range from 310W to 3,700W.
1 Reason Against
Does Not Feature Top and Bottom Heating
The C17DR02N0 does not feature top and bottom heating. Most of the other ovens of this age and spec also do not feature top and bottom heating.
Alternative ovens which also feature top and bottom heating that you might also want to look at include the Siemens CB675GBS1 (£599.00).
4 Other reasons to consider the Neff C17DR02N0
Released Over a Year Ago
It was over a year ago when Neff released the C17DR02N0.
One Separate Oven
The number of separate ovens on the C17DR02N0 is one. That's average compared to the other 113 ovens of a similar spec and age to the C17DR02N0 that we have assessed the number of separate ovens of.
We compared all the other 1 separate ovens to this oven and we think the Siemens HB25D5L2B which is cheaper is also worth considering.
With a depth of 548 millimeters, the C17DR02N0 has a pretty average depth compared to most of the other ovens of a comparable type and age to the C17DR02N0.
We compared this oven to all the other 548mm deep ovens and we think cheaper ovens such as the Smeg SF4390M (£699.00) is also worth considering.
If you are not concerned about having a deeper depth then you might also want to consider the AEG KP8404021 (£727.00) (567mm), or the Miele H 2161 B (£525.00) (549mm) which is also cheaper.
+2 Other reasons
At 455 millimeters, the C17DR02N0 has a pretty average height compared to most of the other ovens of this age and spec.
Alternative 455mm tall ovens currently available which you might also want to look at include the AEG KP8404021 (£727.00) which is cheaper.
Other ovens with a taller height that you might want to look at include the Miele H 2161 B (£525.00) (581mm), or the Smeg SF4390M (£699.00) (456mm) which is also cheaper.