Single Electric Ovens
Single electric oven buying guide
It can be hard to know which oven is the best for your needs. There are a lot of different ovens on the market, and it can be hard to know which one is right for you.
Our single electric oven selection is available with a choice of pyrolytic or standard fan. Pyrolytic cleaning uses high temperatures to break down food residues and grease, so that they can be easily wiped away. The standard fan oven has an 8-function programmable timer, while the pyrolytic fan oven also has a Sabbath mode for those who observe religious holidays.
Take theas an example, a fantastic pyrolytic oven with ten functions and a huge 70 litre capacity for big family meals. Maybe you need a single oven that runs on a 13 amp plug, try the Econolux range of single ovens, made to be the best on 13 amps.
Other functions to look out for include steam clean, this involves filling the base of the oven in water and allowing the oven to heat the water which softens the grease and dirt in the cavity. Not a fan of the oven door making a noise when it shuts, try the Innocenti soft close ovens, with a slight nudge the oven door shuts effortlessly and more importantly... quietly!
Need an extra large capacity oven? Then take a look at the 80 litre XXL cavities from Innocenti, batch bake some goodies for Macmillan coffee mornings, family gatherings and much more. We all know how frustrating it is trying to cram in the Sunday dinner, so take the stress out and buy big.
Are you a touch control or knob control kind of cook? Well we’ve got both of you covered here with options of both across all brands that we sell. With knob control you have a choice of ergonomic controls, some with a little style and our favourite the retractable oven knob, keeping the front of the oven flush and tidy.
Looking for your oven to be a little more accessible then take a look at the Innocenti ART28776 which has a side opening door, this allows the cook more access to the cavity. These ovens are perfect for anyone with a disability or injury.
Are single ovens expensive to run?
Not as much as people think, the pyrolytic ovens particularly are thermally efficient and use less electricity than a standard single oven. We are all feeling the pinch at the moment, so every penny counts, it may be worth the extra outlay to ensure the cost of your bills fall over time. If you are looking to save money on your heating bills keep your oven door open after you’ve finished cooking and let the residual heat into your kitchen.