Smeg SF390 Review
|Value for Money||
|4 Years Old|
Why Has it Scored 35?
Igenix ovens have excellent reviews in general.
It is over 2 years old and it is likely that newer, better ovens are available. View the latest ovens 2017.
This oven has some good features, but is also missing a few features:
Has a child lock
Has a delayed start timer
Quite high energy consumption (conventional)
Smeg SF390 In-Depth Analysis
Value For Money
Ovens range in price from £54 to £4,439. We think that this oven has an average price compared to other ovens.
The Smeg SF390 has one oven. That's average compared to the other 1,817 ovens that we have assessed the number of ovens of.
Average Total Oven(s) Interior Capacity
At 66 liters, the Smeg SF390 has a fairly typical total oven(s) interior capacity compared to most of the other ovens.
Has a Child Lock
The Smeg SF390 has a child lock. Most of the other ovens also have a child lock.
Has a Delayed Start Timer
The Smeg SF390 has a delayed start timer. Most of the other ovens also have a delayed start timer.
Has a Fast Heat
The Smeg SF390 has a fast heat. Most of the other ovens also have a fast heat.
Has an Auto-Off Timer
The Smeg SF390 has an auto-off timer, as do most of the other ovens.
Quite High Energy Consumption (conventional)
Across all the ovens the energy consumption (conventional) range from 0.34kWh to 1,100kWh, and the average energy consumption (conventional) is 4.7kWh. With an energy consumption (conventional) of 1.05 kilowatt hours, the Smeg SF390 has one of the higher energy consumption (conventional) amongst ovens of this age.
Has a Removable Door Glass
The Smeg SF390 has a removable door glass. Most of the other ovens also have a removable door glass.
Released Over Four Years Ago
It was April 2013 when this oven was released.
|Manufacturer Part Numbers||sf390xpz|