We checked the reviews from experts and users of hundreds of ovens to determine an average rating for each oven brand. On average Smeg ovens have good ratings from experts and owners.
Very Low Conventional Energy Consumption
The Smeg SF425X has a fairly low conventional energy consumption (only 0.79 kilowatt hours) compared to most of the other ovens that were launched around the same time as the SF425X. The average conventional energy consumption of ovens of this spec and age is 0.89kWh, and the conventional energy consumptions range from 0.79kWh to 0.98kWh.
1 Reason Against
Does Not Feature Top and Bottom Heating
The Smeg SF425X does not feature top and bottom heating. Most of the other ovens of a comparable type and age to the SF425X 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 Neff B45E74N3GB (£849.00).
4 Other reasons to consider the Smeg SF425X
Released Over Three Years Ago
It was over three years ago when this Smeg oven was released.
One Separate Oven
Compared to the other 36 ovens of this age and type that we have assessed the number of separate ovens of, the Smeg SF425X has one separate oven which is average.
At 548 millimeters, the Smeg SF425X has a pretty typical depth compared to most of the other ovens that have been available for around the same time as the SF425X.
Ovens with a deeper depth that might be worth looking at include the Whirlpool AKG 612 (£783.94) (538mm).
+2 Other reasons
With a height of 592 millimeters, the Smeg SF425X has a relatively typical height compared to most of the other ovens that came out around the same time as the SF425X.
Stainless steel, Steel
Energy Efficiency Class
Conventional Energy Consumption
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sf425x, smeg sf425, smeg sf425x
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