Innovative features exclusive to the new range of Neff built-in ovens make cooking easier, safer and more enjoyable.
August 17th, 2009
In a world where we seem to be squeezing more into every busy day, time is increasingly precious making eating out or ordering in a far more attractive option.
Luckily, Neff has introduced a range of innovative new features exclusive to their new built-in ovens to make home-cooking easier, safer and more enjoyable.
Slide & Hide door
Slide & Hide offers easy accessibility, increased space and improved safety in the kitchen. The oven door opens fully to slide under the oven cavity without compromising the oven’s 66 litre capacity. All slide and hide ovens also feature the brilliant Revolution Handle.
The ergonomically designed Neff Revolution Handle rotates in your hand to improve the ease with which you open and close the oven door, eliminating any exertion or awkward wrist movements from the process.
The original and best fan system around, the unique CircoTherm® directs hot air over the food via specially positioned vents, without any resultant intermingling of flavours or the loss of heat if the door is opened during cooking. This system means the oven heats up rapidly, and needs little or no preheating. Another great time and energy saving function unique to Neff.
NeffNavigator® is the unique, easy to use central elliptical control in the middle of the display panel that single handily operates all the major functions of the oven. The multiple menu options are navigated and selected by rotating and vertically tilting the control to pinpoint the desired program.
Neff ovens also feature other cooking functions such as pizza setting; bread baking; CircoRoasting; defrosting; low temperature cooking and grilling.
Neff is distributed in Australia through Sampford IXL.
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