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5 Reasons For
On average Smeg big interior capacity ovens have good ratings as do all ovens produced by Smeg.
Features Top and Bottom Heating
The Smeg SFP125 features top and bottom heating. Most of the other ovens of a comparable age and type to the SFP125 do not feature top and bottom heating.
Alternative ovens which also feature top and bottom heating that you might want to consider include the B47CR32N0 (£501.12), or the B15CR22N0 (£563.58) both from Neff or the Siemens HB655GBS1 (£499.99).
With a height of only 588 millimeters, the Smeg SFP125 is very short compared to most of the other big interior capacity ovens that came out more than a year ago. The heights of big interior capacity ovens that were released one year ago range from 450mm to 1,100mm, and the average height is 670mm.
If you are not concerned about having a taller height then you might also want to look at the Smeg SFP140 (£398.00) (588mm).
Fairly High Lamp Power
Comparable spec ovens that are a similar age to the SFP125 have lamp powers of between 25W and 65W. At 40 Watts, the Smeg SFP125 has a quite high lamp power compared to most of the other ovens that came out around the same time as the SFP125.
Quite Low Connected Load
The connected loads of big interior capacity ovens that are a comparable age to the SFP125 range from 1,700W to 9,800W. With a connected load of only 3,000 Watts, the Smeg SFP125 has one of the lower connected loads amongst big interior capacity ovens of this age.
2 Reasons Against
Quite Low Total Power
At only 3,000 Watts, the Smeg SFP125 has a fairly low total power compared to most of the other ovens of a comparable type and age to the SFP125. Big interior capacity ovens that were released one year ago have total powers of between 40W and 12,000W.
Quite High Conventional Energy Consumption
The conventional energy consumptions of big interior capacity ovens that are a similar age to the SFP125 range from 0.56kWh to 1.5kWh, and the average conventional energy consumption is 0.9kWh. When compared to other big interior capacity ovens that were released one year ago that we have assessed the conventional energy consumption of, the Smeg SFP125's conventional energy consumption of 1.1 kilowatt hours is one of the highest.
3 Other reasons to consider the Smeg SFP125
Released Over a Year Ago
It was over a year ago when Smeg released the SFP125.
One Separate Oven
The Smeg SFP125 has one separate oven which is average compared to the other 211 big interior capacity ovens that have been around for around the same time as the SFP125 that we have assessed the number of separate ovens of.
We compared this oven to all the other 1 separate ovens and we think cheaper ovens such as the Neff B57CR22N0 (£605.50) is also worth considering.
If you would prefer more separate ovens then you might also want to consider the Neff U17M42N3GB (£399.99) (2 separate ovens) which is also cheaper.
At 548 millimeters, the Smeg SFP125 has a fairly typical depth compared to most of the other ovens of this age and spec.
Other ovens with a deeper depth that you might want to look at include the Smeg SFP140 (£398.00) (548mm).