It may have been a while since you have been in the market for an oven and things have probably changed. We have created a practical guide with helpful tips to choose a good oven for you and your home.
The benefit of having a built-in oven is the ability to place it wherever suits you. If you are replacing an existing product, you are in most cases limited to the size and style of oven you want.
On the other hand, if you are starting from scratch or willing to adjust your cabinetry, there are plenty of options for you to choose from. You need to think and assess what the right oven is for your design and what will work best for your cooking style.
Your ideal oven size depends on the type of cooking you do, your cooking frequency, kitchen space and household size. Apart from width and height, ovens are also measured for volume in liter.
You can refer to the capacity guide below to choose the most suitable oven for your needs:
Size, style and cooking functions are all important things that influence your final oven purchase decision, you will also need to consider whether you would like a gas or electric oven.
- More common than gas ovens.
- Generally provide more even heat distribution, especially when equipped with a fan.
- Require pre-heating, this process has become quicker with modern innovation.
- Generate drier air which can assist with crisping and browning.
- Majority of models need to be hardwired by a certified electrician; some ovens will come with a plug and lead suited to a particular amp rating.
- More expensive initial outlay than electric ovens; however, given energy efficiencies with gas cooking, they will cost less over their lifetime.
- Cook with greater moisture, making them ideal for cakes and roasts.
- Faster heating than electric models and more precise temperature control.
- Generally contain fewer parts than an electric oven, so the lifetime maintenance should be easier.
- Can run off natural gas or an LPG bottle - model dependent.
By far the most popular and common type of built-in oven, a single oven can be installed where you want it. With the ability to go within wall cabinetry or under bench, your kitchen layout is limitless. Full of practical features and a choice of width 60cm and 90cm ensures that whether your family is big or small there is the oven for you.
80 - 125L
Below are some features that Electrolux single ovens offer:
Cleaning your oven is now an easy chore with Steam Assisted cleaning. Just add water to the bottom of the oven and the steam will help to dissolve grease, making it easier to wipe out any dirt from the oven's surfaces.
SteamBake function helps you get a better rise, crispier crust, a fluffier centre and tastier textures for all your bread, pastries, cakes, and puddings.
SoftClose hinge design slows down the door when closing. With just a gentle push, it'll softly close by itself.
Have you ever forgotten to turn off the oven after cooking? With the timer setting, Electrolux ovens will automatically turn off after cooking.
Stainless steel is not only a stylish and versatile finish, but it is also anti-fingerprint, helping to protect the surface from dirty marks.
Whether you're broiling beef or roasting chicken, the precise sensors will inform you when your dishes have been cooked to the desired temperature, and automatically stop the process to prevent food from over-cooking. By monitoring the temperature during your cooking process, your meat will be deliciously succulent.
Our single ovens come with the LED timer display for you to easily set exact cooking times and monitor the cooking process. You can have total control of the cooking and show your creativity with impressive results.
Check out some of our single ovens:
Whilst steam is traditionally found in a professional kitchen, the benefits have now been shared with it coming in domestic appliances. When it comes to steam, the perception is that this is only for rice and vegetables when in fact it is perfect for roasts and baking.
80 - 125L
How it works?
The humidity created by combining steam with hot air throughout the cooking process creates a crisper layer on the outside of your dishes preventing your food from drying out and loss of nutrients.
The entertainer's oven, by choosing a double oven you are able to take entertaining to the next level. One of the biggest juggles when entertaining is cooking multiple elements of a dish or course, they may need different temperatures, cooking times and functions. By having a secondary oven, you are able to cook with confidence and still entertain your guests.
Cleaning the oven - the dreaded chore. With a Pyrolytic Oven, the chore that was once avoided can now be embraced. Pyrolytic ovens are self-cleaning. By reaching a high temperature, you can save time, effort and minimize the need for cleaning chemicals, as it turns your grime into ash so you just need to wipe it away.
A kitchen should feel timeless, using design elements and classic materials that will look good today and in a decade’s time. Whether you’re doing a complete renovation or replacing a single appliance, you can take your kitchen in a fresh new direction. With three options of finishes, you can look to a traditional white appliance or give your kitchen a modern update with natural or dark stainless steel.
Take into consideration what will work best with your chosen finish. For example, you could contrast dark stainless with lighter colours like bright whites or creams or complement with dark or stained wood cabinetry.
From pendant light fixtures to a vase, it is important to think about what will be complemented by its surroundings.
One thing to note when upgrading your kitchen is, just as there are 52 shades of white, same goes for appliance finishes. For best results, buy your appliances from one brand to make sure everything is seamless.
Whether you are someone who likes the feeling of turning a dial or prefers a touch control panel when setting your oven, there are a number of options to choose from. All designed to be sleek and simple to operate, you'll have total control over your cooking temperatures, times and functions.
Check out our helpful tutorials on how to use an oven.
Subject to terms and conditions our stoves come with 12 months warranty in Philippines, following the date of purchase. Click here to view Terms and Conditions.
We have a Customer Care team available to assist you over the phone seven days a week, and a national network of experienced technicians and selected service agents. Offering a fixed price guarantee with no additional hidden labor costs, giving you peace of mind that your appliance is in good hands. Click here to contact customer care. Click here to book a service online.
Cleaning is a breeze with steam. A 30-minute light oven cleaning that's chemical-free. Just add water and vinegar, turn on the steam cycle and wait until the grime is softened and loosened. Grab a cloth, some detergent and wipe. Your oven is clean again. Easy.
Mix four parts of baking soda with one part of water and mix it together until it forms a thick paste. Then use a cooking spatula (some similar utensil that helps spread the mix) and spread the mix on the dirtiest parts of your oven only and let it sit for about thirty minutes. After that, grab a grout sponge and dip the sponge in straight vinegar and then just scrub vigorously. All the dirt should come out easily.