This Neff oven was only released seven months ago, so it is likely to use better technology than some of the older ovens.
Neff Has Good Reviews for Its Ovens
Ovens built by Neff are some of the better ovens according to average expert and user reviews.
Very Low Forced Convection Energy Consumption
The Series 3 has one of the lower forced convection energy consumption (only 0.69 kilowatt hours) amongst comparable spec ovens of this age. The average forced convection energy consumption of medium interior capacity ovens that have been around for a similar time to the Series 3 is 18kWh, and the forced convection energy consumption range from 0.53kWh to 900kWh.
2 Reasons Against
Price Has Increased by £30.00
The Series 3 has increased in price by £30.00 in the last fortnight.
Does Not Feature Top and Bottom Heating
Most medium interior capacity ovens that have been available for the last year do not feature top and bottom heating. The Series 3 is no exception to this as it too does not feature top and bottom heating.
4 Other reasons to consider the Neff Series 3
One Separate Oven
Compared to the other 61 ovens that were launched in the last 12 months that we have assessed the number of separate ovens of, the number of separate ovens on the Neff Series 3 is one which is average.
At 595 millimeters, the Series 3 has a pretty average height compared to most of the other recently released similar spec ovens.
The Series 3 has a fairly average width (595 millimeters) compared to most of the other new comparable spec ovens.
+2 Other reasons
At 550 millimeters, the Series 3 has a relatively average depth compared to most of the other recently released comparable spec ovens.