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3 Reasons For
One Neff C17MR02N0 owner mentioned in their reviews that the Neff C17MR02N0 was heavy. R. Hall mentioned “Was suspicious when I bought it, as it was heavily discounted” in their review of the Neff C17MR02N0 however despite that rated the product 40 out of 100.
Medium (45 - 75 L Total Capacity) Oven Size
The oven size of the this oven is Medium (45 - 75 l total capacity), which is typical of many small interior capacity ovens that are a comparable age to it.
We checked the reviews from users and experts 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.
9 Reasons Against
Poor Control Interface
Two customers who purchased it concluded that it did not have a good touch interface. In August E. Joyce mentioned in their review of the Neff C17MR02N0 “Major fault with unresponsive touch screen display”. E. Joyce also wrote “Neff are very slow to resolve touchscreen issue”.
A Bit Expensive
One person mentioned that it was not cheap. In August R. Hall gave the product a score of 40 out of 100 and wrote on Amazon “I notice there seems to be an updated model for 1000; too expensive”.
Poor Product Quality
One Neff C17MR02N0 owner wrote in their reviews that this ovens was not good quality. A few weeks ago Susie gave it a score of 1 stars and she wrote on Amazon “Unreliable, not fit for purpose” in her Neff C17MR02N0 review.
Does Not Feature Top and Bottom Heating
The C17MR02N0 does not feature top and bottom heating. Most of the other ovens of this type and age also do not feature top and bottom heating.
Alternative ovens which also feature top and bottom heating that you might want to look at include the SF4120MC (£499.00), or the SFP4120 (£538.00) both from Smeg or the Miele H 2161 B (£525.00) which is also higher rated.
+6 More reasons against
Quite Low Primary Oven Power
The C17MR02N0 has a very low primary oven power (only 1,000 Watt) compared to most of the other comparable spec ovens that came out more than a year ago. Across all the small interior capacity ovens that have been around for a similar time to the C17MR02N0 the primary oven power range from 1,000W to 3,600W, and the average primary oven power is 2,400W.
Very Low Total Power
Across all the small interior capacity ovens that have been on the market for more than a year the total powers range from 800W to 3,600W. At only 1,000 Watt, the C17MR02N0 has a fairly low total power compared to most of the other small interior capacity ovens that came out around the same time as the C17MR02N0.
With a weight of 38 kilograms, the C17MR02N0 is fairly heavy compared to most of the other ovens of a similar spec and age to the C17MR02N0. Across all the ovens of a similar spec and age to the C17MR02N0 the weights range from 3.5kg to 42kg.
Fairly High Connected Load
Across all the small interior capacity ovens that have been around for more than a year the connected loads range from 310W to 3,700W. At 3,650 Watts, the C17MR02N0 has a fairly high connected load compared to most of the other ovens of a similar type and age to the C17MR02N0.
Fairly Big Current
The smallest current of comparable spec ovens that were released more than a year ago is 3A, the biggest is 16A, and the average current is 14A. The Neff C17MR02N0 has one of the bigger currents (16 ampere) amongst comparable spec ovens of this age.
4 Other reasons to consider the Neff C17MR02N0
Released Over a Year Ago
It was over a year ago when this oven was released.
One Separate Oven
The number of separate ovens on the Neff C17MR02N0 is one which is average compared to the other 113 ovens of this age and spec that we have assessed the number of separate ovens of.
We compared this oven to all the other 1 separate ovens and we think because of it's better review score, the HB25D5L2B, and the HB34D553B (£980.00) both from Siemens or the Bosch HBC36D754B (£529.99) is also worth considering.
At 548 millimeters, the C17MR02N0 has a relatively typical depth compared to most of the other ovens of this spec and age.
We compared all the other 548mm deep ovens to this oven and we think because of it's better review score, the SF4120MC (£499.00), the SF4390M (£689.97), and the SFP4390X (£548.90) all from Smeg is also worth considering.
+2 Other reasons
At 455 millimeters, the Neff C17MR02N0 has a fairly standard height compared to most of the other ovens of a similar spec and age to the C17MR02N0.
Same problem with on off switch. However mine, at present, isnt as bad as the other comments. Into third month now. All the other buttons seem OK so far. Was suspicious when I bought it, as it was... Read more…
Ditto to other review. First oven worked for just two weeks before touchscreen became sometimes unresponsive, sometimes scrolling on its own, sometimes flickering. Unreliable, not fit for purpose.... Read more…
Another case of a german company making false environmental claims. If you run the microwave for 30 seconds then the cooling fan will run for nearly one hour. There must be a big software... Read more…