Neff Ovens – Good Housekeeping Institute Approved

Neff ovens are available in series one to series six, with series six having the highest specifications and series one being the most basic. There are three types of oven in the Neff family. Single ovens are Neff’s flagship product. They can be bought on their own or together with a built- in microwave. Neff’s double ovens feature two cavities and at least three different cooking options. Neff’s range cookers feature either one large oven, dual cavity, or three separate cavities. Both models have a large hob with six burners and are flexible and easy to use.

The CircoTherm® cooking system is available in a wide range of styles and finishes. Neff introduced CircoTherm® cooking over 30 years ago and the method continues to be the benchmark for all fan models. The system works by drawing air in from the oven via a powerful fan. The air is then heated and forced back into the cavity through ducts in the back wall. The heated air is continuously circulated around the oven, which means that the temperature can be reached more efficiently and evenly than in versions that do not feature this technology.

Both the U1644 and U1564 double Neff ovens feature the CircoTherm® technology.

Neff ovens are available in a standard size, but also in smaller sizes for kitchens that do not have as much space for the new appliance. The B1724 model is only 45cm high, but they have managed to keep the same level of functionality. This particular model is a single oven and has the Circoterm® technology included. The H5430 is a microwave model and fits into a 50cm wide wall cupboard. The smaller appliances can still be customised to some extent in hat they can be combined with other small appliances including mix and match domino hobs and a slim line dishwasher.

All of the available Neff ovens have the option of a stainless steel finish, which is usually the most convenient option as it is easy to keep clean and also simple to coordinate with other stainless steel appliances. If you decide to go for a stainless steel appliance, you will probably be happy to know that all of Neff’s stainless steel models carry the ‘Steelmark,’ which proves that they are manufactured fro authentic stainless steel. Some of the appliances are also available in other colours, such as black, brown or white.

All these cooking products are graded A-G to give the energy efficiency rating of the appliance. It is the same with all appliances. Since 2003, all electric oven manufacturers have been required by law to provide energy labels for their appliances. All Neff ovens are graded A or B.

Neff ovens have won a couple of awards, including the Good Housekeeping Institute giving their stamp of approval to two of Neff’s ovens. The U1644 was awarded the Good Housekeeping Institute stamp of approval in 2005 an the B1644 model received the stamp of approval in 2006. Both of these ovens were put through rigorous testing programmes that looked at all aspects of its features, function and performance.