Review Price £299.00
Deep and wide, the Electrolux oven is big enough to hold large roasting trays or baking tins, although it is not as large as some rival ovens so if you’re a fan of cooking really massive joints of meat or multiple things at once, this might not be the best choice for you. The oven is fan assisted, making the heat spread evenly on every level, and allowing it to heat up much more quickly than a conventional oven.
Featuring several programmable cooking functions which can be set up to turn the oven on and off automatically at a given time, handy for people on-the-go, the Electrolux EOB53000’s timer is easy to operate and the control dials, as well as the regular temperature dials, are easy to turn. The oven itself is coated with an enamel lining on the inside, making it easy to clean, and the outside is brushed steel which is also very simple to wipe down.
This oven is energy efficient, with a high rating of 'A', saving you money on the bills, with an average energy saving of 20 per cent over conventional ovens. Handily, this oven also runs quite quietly, compared with other fan assisted ovens. The only fault to be found with the EOB53000 is that there is no handle to go with the grill pan, which is quite annoying, but not too much of an issue if you have a thick tea towel or oven gloves to hand.
All in all, this is an excellent oven with a lot of handy features, a very nice finish, and a reasonable price tag.