Cooking is a dream with the Slide & Hide oven from Neff.
May 1st, 2011
With its high quality German design and manufacture, Neff is a leading brand in Europe and now in Australia.
The Neff appliance range includes ovens, cooktops, rangehoods, dishwashers and compact appliances such as a coffee machine and warming drawers.
Neff ovens are characterised by state-of-the-art, innovative technology that makes cooking a delight.
The CircoTherm cooking system allows precise temperature control for perfect cooking and baking each time.
The Slide & Hide range of Neff ovens features an ergonomic door that slides neatly under the oven, saving space and allowing for easy access.
Add to this efficient operation, ease of cleaning and a 4 year guarantee and you have an advanced, sought-after addition to any kitchen.
We’re not the only ones who love the Neff Slide & Hide. The oven was recently awarded an Australian International Design Award.
Neff’s commitment to innovation in design and engineering is recognised by the International IF, the German Design Council and the Red Dot design awards.
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