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Electrolux ROB2100AOK
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Electrolux ROB2100AOK Oven

68L Electric 1 589mm Aug 2016
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4 Reasons For

Only Released Five Months Ago

The ROB2100AOK was only relased by Electrolux five months ago.

Fairly Big 1st Oven Interior Capacity

At 68 liters, the ROB2100AOK has a quite big 1st oven interior capacity compared to most of the other similar spec ovens that are a comparable age to the ROB2100AOK. The smallest 1st oven interior capacity of latest medium total oven(s) interior capacity ovens is 59L, the biggest is 69L, and the average 1st oven interior capacity is 65L.

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Very Low Connected Load

New medium total oven(s) interior capacity ovens have connected loads of between 2,600W and 12,000W, and the average connected load is 4,300W. At only 2,780 Watts, the ROB2100AOK has a quite low connected load compared to most of the other new similar spec ovens.

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Very Light

At only 27.5 kilograms, the Electrolux ROB2100AOK is quite light compared to most of the other medium total oven(s) interior capacity ovens that were released around the same time as the ROB2100AOK. Recently released comparable spec ovens have weights of between 27kg and 60kg.

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5 Reasons Against

Does Not Feature Top and Bottom Heating

Like most of the other medium total oven(s) interior capacity ovens that have been around for a similar time to the ROB2100AOK, the Electrolux ROB2100AOK does not feature top and bottom heating.

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Quite Low 1st Oven Power

Across all the medium total oven(s) interior capacity ovens that were launched around the same time as the ROB2100AOK the 1st oven powers range from 2,100W to 3,600W. The Electrolux ROB2100AOK has one of the lower 1st oven powers (only 2,780 Watts) amongst ovens of this age.

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Quite Low Total Oven Power

The total oven powers of ovens that have been around for the last year range from 2,100W to 4,700W, and the average total oven power is 3,200W. The ROB2100AOK has one of the lower total oven powers (only 2,780 Watts) amongst similar spec ovens of this age.

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Only One Number of Grids

The ROB2100AOK is a one number of grids oven. Most of the other medium total oven(s) interior capacity ovens that have been around for around the same time as the ROB2100AOK have between one and two number of gridss.

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Quite High Energy Consumption (forced Convection)

The ROB2100AOK has a fairly high energy consumption (forced convection) (0.88 kilowatt hours) compared to most of the other ovens that are a similar age to the ROB2100AOK. The energy consumption (forced convection)s of new medium total oven(s) interior capacity ovens range from 0.53kWh to 2,100kWh, and the average energy consumption (forced convection) is 46kWh.

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1 Other reason to consider the Electrolux ROB2100AOK

One Number of Ovens

The ROB2100AOK has one number of ovens which is average compared to the other 81 new medium total oven(s) interior capacity ovens that we have assessed the number of number of ovenss of.

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Specification

Oven
Total Oven(s) Interior Capacity
Oven Type
Number of Ovens
Delayed Start Timer
Interior Light
Self-Cleaning
Number of Shelf Positions
Number of Shelves
Thermostat Range (1st Oven)
1st Oven Power
1st Oven Interior Capacity
Total Oven Power
Oven Size
Design
Housing Material
Number of Grids
Lamp Type
Cool Door
Lamps Quantity
Door Hinge
Display Type
Built-In Display
Integrated Clock
Door Cooling Fan
Control Position
Control Type
Colour of Product
Case Design
Fingerprint Resistant
Door Material
Ergonomics
Removable Oven Door
Fast Heat
Easy to Clean
Timer
Removable Door Glass
Power
Energy Efficiency Class
Current
AC Input Frequency
AC Input Voltage
Energy Consumption (forced Convection)
Energy Consumption (conventional)
Connected Load
Weight & Dimensions
Package Weight
Height
Depth
Width
Weight
Installation Compartment Height
Installation Compartment Depth
Installation Compartment Width
Packaging Content
Baking Tray
Cooking Functions & Programs
Reheat Function
Defrost Function
Conventional Cooking
Grill
Convection Cooking

Product Identifiers

Manufacturer Part Numbers rob2100, rob2100a, 949716746, rob2100ao, rob2100aok

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DOP6557X vs ROB2100AOK

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£ 859.00
0.545kWh Lower Conventional Energy Consumption
Lower Forced Convection Energy Consumption
Higher Energy Efficiency Rating
605W Higher Total Power
One Less Shelf
Only Three Shelf Positions

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£ 849.00
0.545kWh Lower Conventional Energy Consumption
Significantly Lower Forced Convection Energy Consumption
Energy Efficiency Rating is Higher
605W Higher Total Power
Only One Shelf
Two Less Shelf Positions

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Two Lamps
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A Lot Lower Forced Convection Energy Consumption
24% Smaller Current
Heavier
16% Higher Conventional Energy Consumption
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