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Where To Buy Neff Ovens

It is extremely unlikely that any inspector would sign off on this appliance. But it also is very unlikely that any inspector would notice unless you point it out to them. In some jurisdictions (e.g. where I live), doing work without pulling permits can get really expensive. So, I wouldn't really recommend going this route. But reportedly, there are large parts of the US where permits are more or less optional. Few people pull them, and they tend to get away with it. That's for you to decide.

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As for electrical compatibility, if it works in Europe, it will work here with the exception of perhaps Britain. Usually, if it is produced to work any where in Europe, it will work in Britain as well (ie, it is 50HZ compatible).

It seems like such a basic ergonomic functionality to be able to stand in front of the oven and so I don't understand why all (or most) ovens don't have doors which enable people to access from the front.

People talk about how wall ovens are ergonomically superior to ovens in stoves but since I would have had to reach around from the side to take out or put in stuff or even just to inspect items, the only benefit for a wall oven that it was slightly higher.

They ended with "While the June looks about the size of a big toaster oven, it has a surprisingly generous capacity. We cooked a whole 4-pound chicken with vegetables, and the space easily accommodated a 13 by 9-inch casserole or a 12-inch pizza. Since the manufacturer claimed you could fit a 12-pound turkey in the June, we gave it a try, but that was an exaggeration. The turkey barely squeezed in, with its breast touching the oven roof. However, June is big enough for smaller households, where it could take the place of a toaster oven and probably even a full-size oven. The slow-cook, air-fry, and dehydrate functions also worked as promised, adding to its versatility."

With some brands, there is a "marine" division that sells internationally to anywhere in the world. But I don't seem to be able to find that for Neff. So, you probably have to contact a dealer in one of the countries that Neff officially supports. You'll miss out on most warranty and support that way, but that's presumably something that you already knew and are OK with.

Also, gaining distribution in the US is not only "who can we get to sell this" but also service it wherever we sell it. Once you bring it in it goes all over and then what happens when it breaks in Montana and there is no service?

It would also help with the overall space in our kitchen. It has a strange angle the range currently sits in (described here -remodel-what-to-move-where-in-odd-angled-space). I'm working on a change to the floor plans that would give me a wall oven and separate cooktop. The slide and hide door isn't essential to the set-up but feels like a real advantage.

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If you're going to bake something you'd better have an oven of some sort! The bakers on The Great British Baking show basically have access to the creme-de-la-creme ovens. Each of the bakers' stations is equipped with a Neff N90 Slide and Hide Oven.

Obviously (for everyone except me) the coolest feature of the ovens is that the door can slide away. This allows the bakers to get right into the oven, which alleviates needing to bend over and awkwardly reach into it from odd angles. If you've ever burned yourself getting something into our out of your oven - envy the bakers and desire the Slide and Hide oven!

The N90's are convection ovens... allow me to nerd out for a second - the main ways to transfer heat are through conduction, convection and radiation. Conduction is direct heat transfer - think of touching your stove top - think don't do. The next is convection, think hot wind. And lastly radiation - think the sun heating you up. They all work, but if you can improve one of them in your oven things cook faster.

In fact the only place in the Americas you're going to find them apparently is in Chile. Apparently, it's because the N90 and their ovens in general are 'built-in' which is uncommon in the USA - normally we have ranges with the oven and stove top stuck in the counter. So what options do you have?

So you're not going to find the hide and slide door on any other ovens which is a shame - for safety reasons and accessability issues it is amazing. But if you're looking for a convection oven with steam injection (commonly referred to as 'combi' ovens) there are some options that are readily accessible in the United States.

Annoyingly any of the standard ranges (the ovens with the burners on top) that are so common in the US don't seem to have steam injection. Some of them have steam cleaning modes but that's not what we're looking for.

The second option which I'm partial to is Wolf (go Wolfpack!). They have some amazing ovens but again you're going to pay a very high premium for one. If I could not have the Neff - I'd 100% go for the Wolf.

Basically the steam injection is a premium feature, it does not come in the ranges that us common folk have in our houses and instead mostly only comes in built in ovens. Which, in the US, is going to be in a custom kitchen. So what are you to do? Well, once I'm rich and famous enough (not today!), I honestly would just go with the built in oven and import the Neff slide and hide. I mean hey - if we're living in a dream land with all the money - lets go for exactly what we want!

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Look out for Neff ovens with a range of features, such as multifunctional settings that make cooking different meals easier than ever. From pizza to lasagne to your Sunday roast, you can use your Neff oven's different setting modes to ensure great results every time.

As well as cooking your food to perfection, Neff ovens also have a range of extra features that are designed to make your life a little bit easier. Look out for Neff ovens with the Slide&Hide feature which allows you to slide the oven door into a compartment at the base, offering you full access to your food without having to reach over the oven door, for improved safety. 041b061a72


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