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On average Smeg big interior capacity ovens have good reviews compared to other manufacturers as do all ovens produced by Smeg.
Features Top and Bottom Heating
The Smeg SFP140 features top and bottom heating. Most of the other ovens that have been available for a comparable time to the SFP140 do not feature top and bottom heating.
There are a number of alternative ovens which feature top and bottom heating currently available that you might also want to look at including the Smeg SFP125S (£545.00), or the Neff B15CR22N0 (£563.58) which is cheaper.
It is worth also looking at other ovens which also feature top and bottom heating including the Smeg DOSP38X (£795.00).
With a height of only 588 millimeters, the Smeg SFP140 is fairly short compared to most of the other ovens of a comparable age and type to the SFP140. The average height of ovens of this age and type is 670mm.
There are a number of other 588mm tall ovens currently available which you might also want to look at including cheaper ovens such as the Smeg SFP125 (£499.99).
Quite Low Conventional Energy Consumption
The Smeg SFP140 has a quite low conventional energy consumption (only 0.85 kilowatt hours) compared to most of the other ovens of a comparable age and spec to the SFP140. Comparable spec ovens that have been available for around the same time as the SFP140 have conventional energy consumptions of between 0.56kWh and 1.5kWh.
Quite Low Connected Load
At only 3,000 Watts, the Smeg SFP140 has a fairly low connected load compared to most of the other ovens of this spec and age. Across all the ovens that are a comparable age to the SFP140 the connected loads range from 1,700W to 9,800W, and the average connected load is 3,900W.
Very Small Current
Across all the ovens of a comparable age and type to the SFP140 the currents range from 10A to 32A. With a current of only 13 ampere, the Smeg SFP140 has a quite small current compared to most of the other ovens of this type and age.
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Quite Low Total Power
With a total power of only 3,000 Watts, the Smeg SFP140 has one of the lower total powers amongst similar spec ovens of this age. The average total power of ovens that have been available for around the same time as the SFP140 is 3,700W, and the total powers range from 40W to 12,000W.
Very High Forced Convection Energy Consumption
At 1.09 kilowatt hours, the Smeg SFP140 has a very high forced convection energy consumption compared to most of the other comparable spec ovens that have been available for around the same time as the SFP140. The lowest forced convection energy consumption of comparable spec ovens that were released one year ago is 0.63kWh, the highest is 1.2kWh, and the average forced convection energy consumption is 0.8kWh.
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Released Over a Year Ago
It was over a year ago when this Smeg oven was released.
One Separate Oven
The Smeg SFP140 is a one separate oven oven which is average compared to the other 211 comparable spec ovens that were launched more than a year ago that we have assessed the number of separate ovens of.
It may also be worth also looking at one of the other 1 separate ovens currently available including cheaper ovens such as the Neff B47CR32N0 (£549.00), or the Smeg SFP125S (£545.00).
If you would prefer more separate ovens then you might want to consider the Neff U17M42N3GB (£678.99) (2 separate ovens) which is also cheaper.
At 548 millimeters, the Smeg SFP140 has a pretty standard depth compared to most of the other big interior capacity ovens that were released around the same time as the SFP140.
There are a number of other 548mm deep ovens currently available that you might want to look at including cheaper ovens such as the Smeg SFP125 (£499.99).
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Running this oven over 10 years will generate 13 tonnes of carbon dioxide (CO2).
To offset that much CO2 you would need to plant 328 tree seedlings and grow them for 10 years.
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