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Bosch Vs Electrolux Oven

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Finally! Ive made a decision on hob and hood. Down to the last part, the OVEN.

I love to bake especially cakes, brownies and cookies, pizzas.. and also grilling chicken/meat/fish. In my old oven always had the problem of cookies not turning out crispy.Grilling was fine but it took quite some time. Well, the old one was just a table top oven bought by mom. So for my new home, i would like to get an oven that can fullfill my needs.Something nice on the eyes and serves it purpose well :)

I have come down to these 2 Ovens. Basically because price range for both is within my budget. I chose these 2 because of the Functions which i will use a lot. Both are almost the same with the electrolux having a few added functions. I have listed the functions of both ovens in hope to get some opinions which is more worth it. The only concern i have is, does the ovens serves its purpose well, any probs with the heating, min lifespan for these ovens? Cos i heard of some unlucky people whose ovens actually had problems after months of usage. Is it easy to get the parts or have it fixed if in any case spoils. For those who has used this oven pls share ur reviews with me. Most appreciated.

Electrolux EOB2400 AOX- 60cm Multi-Function BI Oven

http://www.rinaelectrical.com.sg/brand_tpl.asp?bId=31&cId=1&PgSize=20&catName=Ovens

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Description
• 74L Nett Cavity
• Five Shelf Levels
• 6 Cooking Functions:
- Conventional Cooking: to roast and bake food on 1 shelf.
- Fan Cooking: to roast and bake food on more than 1 shelf.
- Grilling: to grill flat food items in small quantity.
- Fast Grilling: to grill flat food items in large quantity.
- Pizza Setting: to make pizza, quiche or pie.
- Bottom Heat: to bake cakes with crispy or crusty bottom.
• Electronic Programmer with Time Display
• 2 Panes Cool Glass Door

• Durable Clean Enamel
• Acoustic Minute Minder + End of Cooking
• Cooling Fan
• Safety Thermostat
• Internal Halogen Light
• Total Input Rating: 2,780W
• 230 - 240V
• 50 - 60Hz

• Accessories: 1 Dripping Pan + 1 Grid

• Product Dimension (WHD, mm): 594 x 594 x 568
• Built-In Dimension (WHD, mm): 560 x 590 x 570 *flush design

Cooling Fan
When the appliance operates, the cooling fan activates
automatically to keep the surfaces of the appliance cool. If
you deactivate the appliance, the cooling fan continues to
operate until the temperature in the appliance cools down.

BOSCH HBN331E2J

Bosch - 60cm Stainless steel built-in single oven

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Performance
• 5 heating methods:
- 3D HotAir Plus
- Bottom heat
- Hot Air grilling
- Full width variable grill
- Top and bottom heat
• Extra large 67 litres capacity
• Energy efficiency class: A-20%

Features
• Rapid heating-up: manual
• Double glazed door
• Heating up indicator

Design
• Basic control knobs
• Electronic clock
• Basic bar handle
• Oven interior light
• 4 shelf positions
• Drop down door

Safety functions
• Childproof lock
• Maximum window temperature: 60°C
• Integral cooling fan

Technical information
• Total connected load: 2.9kW
• Voltage: 220 - 240V
• Power frequency: 50/60Hz/13A
• Cable length: 2.0m
• Appliance dimensions: 595H x 595W x 548D mm
• Cut out dimensions: 575 - 597H x 560W x 550D mm

 
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Electrolux is 1 year warranty, the door can be remove, machine is made in italy, 74 litres

Bosch is 2years warranty, machine is made in Turkey, 59 litres.

The balance is up to you already.

TK

 
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looks like Electrolux is not used by many people, i just cant seem to find any reviews from people who had actually used it.. Would like to know in terms if heat is distributed evenly, easy to clean, the bakes came out nicely done? etc?

From what i gather in this forum, Bosch is great as a basic oven for baking, but for grilling it will stain your oven. My husband wants me to grill meat,chicken, which is why im contemplating. But price is within budget.

Went to the showroom at harvey norman yesterday to compare the Bosch and Electrolux, the Bosh HBN331E2J design wise was so much better than Electrolux, but the door sucks, it just slams down. Electrolux has really big knobs which i tot were a bit ugly..hehe..but the capacity inside was spacious and the door doesnt just slam down, i dunno what its called.hehe. Only thing is i just want to hear opinions from people who had used electrolux oven.

One more thing Is it possible to do kek lapis without top heat?

 

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Anybody heard of the brand Kuche, stumbled upon it recently. Went to the showroom today to have a look, but they dont have the old model on display which i badly wanted to see. Instead they have a new oven which just launched abt 1mth plus already according to the lady.Their new model nice, KBO810D but don't have bottom heat only function which I'm looking for..if not i would have bought that already just now.

Anybody knows where i can see the display of kuche oven model BO800D (OLD MODEL). Im the type of person who need to see and touch it before i buy for appliances.haha..Dont want to regret later on..

Anyone used this more than a year?

KBO810D (NEW MODEL)

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BO800D (OLD MODEL)

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i have the same concern too, will heat distribute evenly!? I've nv owned a built-in oven, its such a big investment.

I finally decided on Brandt FC1042XS, price is steep for us ($1599) but I really like the rotisserie and digital temperature function, but unfortunately Goh Ah Bee told us stocks would only be here in October :( I went to Harvey norman at Robinsons and they don't even carry this model there, I still see it on Harvey Norman's website though.

It seems like not many brands have the rotisserie function, I wonder if I put a whole chicken on a tray will it brown evenly? Any idea??

 

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i have the same concern too, will heat distribute evenly!? I've nv owned a built-in oven, its such a big investment.

I finally decided on Brandt FC1042XS, price is steep for us ($1599) but I really like the rotisserie and digital temperature function, but unfortunately Goh Ah Bee told us stocks would only be here in October :( I went to Harvey norman at Robinsons and they don't even carry this model there, I still see it on Harvey Norman's website though.

It seems like not many brands have the rotisserie function, I wonder if I put a whole chicken on a tray will it brown evenly? Any idea??

Heard that electrolux is a good oven to roast chicken..

Their oven capacity is 74l.maybe u can try google more info on this brand.

 

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Hi Everyone,

I think everyone want a good oven, so my personal thinking, Bosch , Electrolux is always the best few brand, due to the country of made and the warranty cover but of course the specialist on appliances made by themselves.

TK

 

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