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6 Reasons For
Stoves is one of the better rated oven brands according to average expert and owner review score data that we have collected for all ovens.
This oven has an Electronic timer, which is the most commonly found timer on small interior capacity ovens that were released around the same time as it.
Electronic Integrated Clock
This oven has an Electronic integrated clock, which is typical of many similar spec ovens that are a comparable age to it.
Eight Shelf Positions
Most of the other small interior capacity ovens that have been around for a comparable time to the SGB600PS only have between one and seven shelf positions, however the Stoves SGB600PS has eight shelf positions.
Quite Big Primary Oven Capacity
The smallest primary oven capacity of ovens of this age and type is 8L and the biggest is 57L. The SGB600PS has a fairly big primary oven capacity (51 liters) compared to most of the other ovens that have been available for a similar time to the SGB600PS.
Very Low Connected Load
The lowest connected load of ovens that have been around for more than a year is 310W, the highest is 37,000W, and the average connected load is 3,300W. With a connected load of only 1,735 Watt, the Stoves SGB600PS has one of the lower connected loads amongst small interior capacity ovens of this age.
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2 Reasons Against
Does Not Feature Top and Bottom Heating
The SGB600PS does not feature top and bottom heating, although keep in mind that most of the other ovens of this type and age also do not feature top and bottom heating.
We compared this oven to all the other ovens with a top and bottom heating and we think the AKP 288-AE-01 (£358.90), the AKP 288- (£345.46), or the AKP 255- (£324.38) all from Whirlpool which is also higher rated is also worth considering.
At 39 kilograms, the Stoves SGB600PS is quite heavy compared to most of the other ovens of this spec and age. The lightest small interior capacity oven that is a similar age to the SGB600PS is 3kg weight, the heaviest is 42kg, and the average weight is 28kg.
4 Other reasons to consider the Stoves SGB600PS
Released Over a Year Ago
This Stoves oven has been on the market for over a year.
One Separate Oven
Compared to the other 169 small interior capacity ovens that have been available for more than a year that we have assessed the number of separate ovens of, the SGB600PS has one separate oven which is average.
It may also be worth also looking at one of the alternative 1 separate ovens currently available including the AKP 288-AE-01 (£358.90), or the AKP 255- (£324.38) both from Whirlpool or the Gorenje BO547S10X (£445.00) which has better reviews.
At 595 millimeters, the SGB600PS has a pretty typical width compared to most of the other small interior capacity ovens that are a comparable age to the SGB600PS.
There are a number of alternative 595mm wide ovens currently available which you might want to look at including the SG120 (£285.00), or the SC620 (£299.76) both from CDA or the Whirlpool AKP 288- (£345.46) which has better reviews.
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At 550 millimeters, the SGB600PS has a fairly standard depth compared to most of the other comparable spec ovens that have been around for more than a year.