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5 Reasons For
We calculated the average ratings for all Smeg ovens and also specifically for Smeg big interior capacity ovens and found that in both cases Smeg had good ratings compared to other brands.
Features Top and Bottom Heating
Unlike most of the other big interior capacity ovens that were launched more than two years ago which do not feature top and bottom heating, the Smeg SFP485 features top and bottom heating.
We compared all the other ovens which feature top and bottom heating to this oven and we think the Smeg SFP140[plb_2017214_price] which is cheaper is also worth considering.
Other ovens which also feature top and bottom heating that you might want to look at include the SFP109[pl_2630439_price], or the SF700[pl_2038413_price] both from Smeg.
The Smeg SFP485 is quite short (only 588 millimeters) compared to most of the other big interior capacity ovens that were launched around the same time as the SFP485. Ovens that were released more than two years ago have heights of between 360mm and 870mm, and the average height is 590mm.
Other ovens with a taller height that you might want to look at include the Electrolux EOB6851B[plb_1651444_price] (589mm) which is also cheaper.
Electronic Integrated Clock
This oven has an Electronic integrated clock, which is typical of many ovens of this age and spec.
This oven has an Electronic timer, which is typical of many ovens of a comparable spec and age to it.
5 Reasons Against
£86.00 Price Increase
The price of the SFP485 increased by £86.00 in the last couple of weeks.
Quite Low Grill Power Rating
The lowest grill power rating of ovens of this age and spec is 1,100W and the highest is 3,100W. The Smeg SFP485 has a fairly low grill power rating (only 1,800 Watt) compared to most of the other big interior capacity ovens that have been available for a comparable time to the SFP485.
Only Eight Auto Programs
The Smeg SFP485 is a eight auto program oven. Most of the other ovens that have been on the market for a comparable time to the SFP485 have between 6 and 99 auto programs.
Quite Small Primary Oven Capacity
At only 70 liters, the Smeg SFP485 has a fairly small primary oven capacity compared to most of the other ovens of this spec and age. Ovens of this age and type have primary oven capacities of between 30L and 120L.
+2 More reasons against
Quite High Conventional Energy Consumption
Big interior capacity ovens that are a similar age to the SFP485 have conventional energy consumptions of between 0.79kWh and 1,300kWh, and the average conventional energy consumption is 13kWh. With a conventional energy consumption of 1.05 kilowatt hours, the Smeg SFP485 has one of the higher conventional energy consumptions amongst big interior capacity ovens of this age.
5 Other reasons to consider the Smeg SFP485
Running Costs Are Average
This Smeg oven is rated A for energy efficiency. The SFP485 has an average 1 year running cost of £2,574 based on typical energy prices, which is typical compared to the other 41 ovens that have been around for more than two years.
Released Over Three Years Ago
This big interior capacity oven has been on the market for over three years.
One Separate Oven
The number of separate ovens on the Smeg SFP485 is one. That's average compared to the other 195 big interior capacity ovens that have been on the market for around the same time as the SFP485 that we have assessed the number of separate ovens of.
There are a number of alternative 1 separate ovens currently available that you might want to consider including the AEG BE4003001[plb_2065890_price] which is cheaper.
+3 Other reasons
With a width of 597 millimeters, the Smeg SFP485 has a relatively average width compared to most of the other ovens that have been around for more than two years.
If you would consider a oven with a wider width then you might want to look at the Electrolux EOB6851B[plb_1651444_price] (594mm) which is also cheaper.
At 548 millimeters, the Smeg SFP485 has a fairly standard depth compared to most of the other big interior capacity ovens that are a similar age to the SFP485.
Ovens with a deeper depth that might be worth considering include the Electrolux EOB6851B[plb_1651444_price] (567mm and cheaper).
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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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