Featured product: FUJIOH FV-EL62 Built-In Oven with Pyrolytic Self-Clean
Buying a built-in oven isn’t like a breeze in the park or going to the mall for groceries. You can’t decide on one without considering a variety of features that make up your kitchen, such as the space available, your cooking styles and needs, as well as your budget.
There are plenty of other things to consider, but you may feel overwhelmed with the truckload of information. So, we’ve come up with this simple guide to help you figure out what type of oven you need and the five features to look for.
When it comes to your kitchen appliances, you would like to have the top of the range so that you can fully utilise them within your lifetime. You wouldn’t want an appliance that malfunctions after several years of use, as it could be expensive to repair or replace.
If you want to make sure that you get the design and features you need in a built-in oven within your budget, start by asking yourself the following questions:
How often do you cook using an oven? What kind of cooking will you be doing with an oven? These are a few of the questions related to your cooking style. If you spend much of your time baking and cooking using the oven, getting a built-in oven is the right choice.
However, a built-in microwave oven will suffice if you only use the oven to defrost frozen foods. Plus, maybe you use the cooker hob more than you do the oven. If so, you should focus on getting a good cooker hob.
There’s a wide range of prices when it comes to ovens, especially built-in ovens, as they require a lot more space than a standalone oven. Therefore, it’s crucial to set a budget to prevent yourself from buying an oven that you can’t afford.
Some built-in ovens may come with additional features which may add to the cost, such as the touchscreen display, child safety lock, etc. Be sure to check out the features to prevent additional costs.
Now that you’ve figured out your cooking style and how much you’re willing to spend, it’s time to get to the fun part: the features of a built-in oven. Not all ovens come with the same functions. Here are five features to look for when buying a built-in oven:
A built-in oven can have a range of functions that make your cooking and baking experience a breeze in the kitchen. For instance, the FUJIOH FV-EL62 built-in oven boasts 14 functions, such as Pyrolytic Self-Clean, Defrost, Conventional, Radiant Heat, Double Grill, etc.
In today’s fast-paced world, time is valuable, and convenience is essential. That’s why a self-cleaning oven is an excellent investment for busy individuals. The FUJIOH’s built-in oven FV-EL62 with pyrolytic self-cleaning function makes cleaning the oven quick and effortless. With this feature, you won’t have to spend hours scrubbing the oven’s interior or dealing with harsh chemicals. Simply activate the self-clean function, and the oven will take care of the rest. The pyrolytic self-clean cycle uses high heat to burn off food residue and grease, reducing any remaining particles and spills to ash that can be easily wiped away.
Most built-in ovens have layered glass doors, with some models featuring double or triple layers of tempered glass to prevent heat from escaping. However, the brand new FUJIOH FV-EL62 built-in ovens are equipped with a 4-layered glass door that keeps the door cool to the touch even during oven operation, making it a valuable safety feature.
When you use an oven, the cavities can often accumulate grease and dirt, which can be difficult to clean. Fortunately, FUJIOH’s built-in ovens feature enamel or heat shield coatings that prevent the build-up of grease and dirt, making cleaning much easier.
Built-in ovens with the quick preheat feature allow you to heat up to a specific temperature in a shorter amount of time compared to conventional ovens. This can be especially useful for busy home cooks who are short on time and want to get cooking or baking as quickly as possible. With quick preheat, you won’t have to wait as long for the oven to reach the desired temperature, which can help streamline meal preparation and save time.
Buying a built-in oven is an expensive affair. So, it’s crucial that you ask yourself some questions to make the right choice. You should also consider the features to get your money’s worth.