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Neff U14M62 Electric Double oven Oven reviews

CircoTherm® A powerful fan draws air from the interior of the oven. It then heats up the air and forces i... See full description.
  • Built-in
  • Electric

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product description

A powerful fan draws air from the interior of the oven. It then heats up the air and forces it right back into the oven cavity through strategically placed shaped ducts in the rear wall. This system means the oven heats up rapidly, and needs little or no preheating.

The CircoTherm fan will circulate unheated air through the oven to speed up defrosting times. Ideal for delicate foods as well as fish and poultry.

Top/bottom heat
Providing conventional cooking heat sources at the top and bottom of the oven. Heat travels to the centre of the oven by natural conduction. This is ideal for baking pastries and scones.

Bottom heat
Providing heat from the bottom of the oven only, for more focused heat and control. This method is ideal for pizza bases and pastry cases where you need a crispy underside or bain marie and casseroles.

Full surface grill
The grill element is situated in the oven roof. It is thermostatically controlled and will cycle on and off to maintain the required temperature.

The grill element cycles on and off alternately, and the fan distributes the heat produced by the grill. This method can reduce cooking times by 35%-40% and is ideal for meats and poultry if you’re after a rotisserie result.

product specification
Construction Built-in
Fuel Electric
Oven cavity Double oven
Main heating type Convection or conventional
Secondary heating type Grill
Cooking program No
Extra functions Display function
Extra functions Clock function
Type of self cleaning Catalytic cleaning
Energy efficiency A rated
Height in cm 88cm high
Depth in cm 55cm deep
Width in cm 59.4cm wide
Release date 27 Apr 2009