The Smeg Opera A1PYID-6 upright cooker is the first on the Australian market that features both an induction cooktop and Pyrolytic oven cleaning technology.
June 15th, 2011
The induction cooktop features five cooking zones, each with a boost and power setting plus timer and warming function. The 90 litre (gross) capacity oven has ten functions, including fan forced oven, rotisserie, fan grill and bakers’ function. The oven’s Thermoseal technology ensures a perfectly controlled oven cavity.
Low maintenance is assured with pyrolotic technology – the oven self-cleans simply by selecting the Pyrolysis function and waiting 90 minutes. The quadruple-glazed oven door can also be completely removed for easy cleaning.
Class A European energy rating
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