What is a self cleaning oven?
What size oven is best for me?
Self-cleaning ovens use pyrolytic technology to take the hard work out of oven maintenance.
Heating up the inside of the oven to around 500°C, splashes, stains, grime and muck are all turned into ash by the time the cleaning cycle’s done, leaving you with just a pile of ash to wipe away.
No more scrubbing away on your knees for ages. It’s a simpler way to look after your kitchen.
What are you using your oven for?
You can easily find an oven to suit your specific needs. Opt for a smaller capacity single oven if you’re mainly cooking small meals, or if you need to save on space in your kitchen.
If you want a bit more versatility, pick an oven with a larger capacity and maybe two cavities.
If you’ve got a big household with plenty of people to feed, get a large capacity oven with multiple cavities and a grill to make food for the whole family.
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Mainly making quick and easy meals like pizzas and hearty pasta bakes? A fan oven might be the right choice for you.
Big on baking tasty treats? Whether it’s a loaf of bread or a batch of croissants, a steam oven will make your baked treats deliciously soft on the inside with a perfectly satisfying golden crust on the outside.
Hungry family with many mouths to feed? Keep everyone happy with a large capacity oven and make use of that extra-large cooking space.
If you’re an all-rounder who loves layering a lasagne one day and roasting some veg the next, a multifunction oven gives you the flexibility you need to fine tune all your favourites.
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Want a versatile oven that helps you make delicious three course dinners? Cook two meals at once with a 2 in 1 oven.
You can make dessert and a main course at the same time, even using different temperatures.
When you want to make sure everything is cooked to absolute perfection, a food sensor lets you know when your meat is at the ideal temperature.
Whether you like it rare, medium or well done, you'll enjoy a great taste, knowing your food is cooked safely.
The perfect pair, what hob is best for me?
Cleaning an oven can be a real hassle. Why not pick an oven that helps out with the cleaning as well as making tasty meals?
Assisted cleaning ovens are designed to take the hassle out of cleaning.
Catalytic liners absorb and soften grease and grime, leaving you with minimal muck to wipe away.
Steam cleaning softens food residue, making it easier to wipe away.
Cut down your cleaning time and increase your relaxation time.
Auto cleaning uses Pyrolytic technology to heat stubborn dirt to temperatures of around 500°C, so you can just wipe away the ash when it’s finished the cycle. No more scrubbing for hours.
What is induction?
There are two main types of hobs to pick from:
Gas hobs give you instant heat at the flick of a switch, with a flame that you can easily adjust to suit whatever you’re cooking.
Choose from different pan supports, LPG options or models that pack more power in with a wok burner.
Choose electric and you’ll get a more streamlined hob that’s easier to wipe clean and has no open flame.
It’s a bit slower to heat up than a gas hob but you won’t have to connect it to a gas supply.
An alternative to standard gas and electric hobs, induction hobs have a different method of heating your food.
Induction hobs use magnets to heat the pan rather than the hob itself, so you can prepare meals quickly and confidently.
Flexi-induction models offer even more freedom when you’re cooking, as you can adjust the size of the cooking areas to suit different shaped pots and pans - really useful when you’re hosting a dinner party and making a variety of different dishes.