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Selling a ***Brand New*** oven: De Dietrich - Touch Control Single Oven (Model: DOP1180X) It is supposed to be for my parents new home, however there are some changes, and we decided to sell this new oven. Still in shrink wraps, and with new warranty card. Selling it from $4800 & above. Outside is selling for $6080. Drop me a pm with your contact if you are keen. Sincere & genuine buyers only. Thanks. Photos of the oven below. + European Energy Labelling: A+ Enamelite Cavity+ Enameled Side Racks+ 60L cavity + Stainless steel + Touch Control FUNCTIONS• 9 cooking functions• Pyrolytic cleaning functions• Automatic temperature recommendation• Automated Eloyse air purifying function • Biogrill: 4 power levels options• Electronic temperature control to the nearest degree FEATURES• Removable Quadruple metallized glass panels for easy cleaning• Cool door • Full electronic intelligent touch control with white backlit LED lighting• TFT animated display control panel• Auto stop safety feature• 3 patented cooking modes: ICS / Cooking Guide / Low Temperature ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONSTotal power for connections (W): 3570Current (A): 16Voltage (V): 220 - 240Frequency (Hz): 50Length of electrical supply cord (cm): 120 DIMENSIONSActual H x W x D(mm): 598 X 594 X 613 (including handle)Built in H x W x D(mm): min 580-600 X min 580 X min 560Net weight (kg): 36Gross weight (kg): 39
Hi everyone, I'm looking for homeowners who cook and bake a lot at home to share their advice/experience. I like to cook, everything from steaming to stir-frying and deep-frying, so I know a closed concept kitchen will be better so that the house will not be oily / dirty. But I also like to bake, and given Singapore's hot climate, it's easier to bake in an air-conditioned environment, so an open concept kitchen will be ideal because it doesn't make sense for us to install an air conditioning in the kitchen. An open concept kitchen is also more ideal for entertaining as we like to have friends over. Are there any homeowners out there who have this dilemma and what are your kitchen concepts at the end? Thanks a lot in advance for your help!
I was looking for build in oven mainly for baking puff pastry, cookies, cakes and muffins. Not so much of grilling. Initially I was looking at Electrolux EOB5410 which is still having promotion at $999. Kong Tai selling at $890. But I hesitated because of the recent news regarding their gas stove as well as their poor customer service. I went to HN @ Millennium. The sales rep was so well verse in the baking that I advise me to go for the lower end Electrolux instead but encourages me to get Brandt. I've used Brandt before, so far the only set back was uneven baking which he explained that likely the heating coil is damaged because I stored my trays inside. And apart from that, there were no complains from his customers so far. I went to Suntec City HN and saw this beautiful La Germania F668 wall oven and it has 9 baking functions which suits all my needs. But I couldn't find any review on this oven. Now I'm in a dilemma as I need the oven next week for installation by the carpenter and electrician. So Brandt or La Germania??? Pls advise.