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6 Reasons For
Smeg Has Good Oven Reviews
Big interior capacity ovens built by Smeg have good ratings on average. We also checked the reviews for all ovens (not just big interior capacity ovens) and found that Smeg also has good ratings across its entire range.
Features Top and Bottom Heating
The Smeg SFP485 features top and bottom heating, which is unusual. Most of the other ovens of this type and age do not feature top and bottom heating.
We compared this oven to all the other ovens which feature top and bottom heating and we think cheaper ovens such as the Smeg SFP109 (£399.00) is also worth considering.
We think you might also be interested in other ovens which also feature top and bottom heating including the Zanussi ZOD35712 (£409.00), or the Neff U14M42N3GB.
The average depth of ovens that have been on the market for around the same time as the SFP485 is 550mm, and the depths range from 530mm to 630mm. At only 548 millimeters, the Smeg SFP485 is fairly shallow compared to most of the other big interior capacity ovens that came out around the same time as the SFP485.
Big interior capacity ovens that have been available for around the same time as the SFP485 have heights of between 450mm and 1,100mm, and the average height is 670mm. With a height of only 592 millimeters, the Smeg SFP485 is fairly short compared to most of the other big interior capacity ovens that have been on the market for a similar time to the SFP485.
Quite Low Connected Load
The Smeg SFP485 has a quite low connected load (only 3,000 Watts) compared to most of the other similar spec ovens that are a comparable age to the SFP485. Ovens that were released one year ago have connected loads of between 1,700W and 9,800W.
Very Small Current
The currents of big interior capacity ovens that have been available for a comparable time to the SFP485 range from 10A to 32A, and the average current is 17A. With a current of only 13 ampere, the Smeg SFP485 has one of the smaller currents amongst similar spec ovens of this age.
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Very Low Grill Power Rating
At only 1,800 Watt, the Smeg SFP485 has a fairly low grill power rating compared to most of the other big interior capacity ovens that came out more than a year ago. The grill power ratings of comparable spec ovens that have been around for around the same time as the SFP485 range from 1,600W to 3,200W, and the average grill power rating is 2,500W.
Fairly High Conventional Energy Consumption
The Smeg SFP485 has one of the higher conventional energy consumptions (1.05 kilowatt hours) amongst ovens of this age. The average conventional energy consumption of ovens of this age and type is 0.9kWh.
2 Other reasons to consider the Smeg SFP485
£1.00 Price Increase
In the last few weeks the SFP485 has increased in price by £1.00.
One Separate Oven
The Smeg SFP485 is a one separate oven oven which is average compared to the other 211 ovens of this spec and age 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 Electrolux EOA5651 (£434.99), or the Hoover HOA 65 V (£279.00).
If you want more separate ovens then you might want to look at the AEG DE4043001B (£349.99) (2 separate ovens and cheaper), or the Hotpoint DHS51X (£285.00) (2 separate ovens and cheaper); or the Stoves SGB900PS (£437.50) (2 separate ovens and higher rated).