Freestanding cookers: Compare features & prices Beko BDVC667X review http://www.which.co.uk/home-and-garden/home-appliances/reviews/freestanding-cookers/beko-bdvc667x/review/
This freestanding electric cooker with a double oven from Beko is available in silver, white or stainless steel. The BDVC667 cooker boasts a 60cm wide ceramic hob and benefits from a programmable timer and LED digital clock, but how well does it cook? Our experts in the test lab put this electric cooker to work baking, grilling and boiling - find out what they thought of it, below.
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Whether the cooker is powered by gas, electricity or both. Some people prefer the flexibility a gas hob and electric oven offer.
Whether the cooker has one oven cavity or two. Cookers with two ovens will usually offer more flexibility and space to cook with. Some single ovens will come with a very large cooking space.
Cookers with oven fans are usually better at distributing heat around the oven, heat up quickly and reduce cooking times.
Whether the cooker has a multifunction oven that offers fan, grill and conventional oven cooking ability
The type of grill the cooker has, some have a cavity all to themselves, others are built into the upper oven.
Whether the hob is electric ceramic, electric plate, gas or induction
Top oven usable volume (l)
This is the actual space that you can use to cook with in the top oven. It's the space available above the lowest shelf in its lowest position up to 3cm below the top of the oven.
Main oven usable volume (l)
This is the actual space that you can use to cook with in the main oven. It's the space available above the lowest shelf in its lowest position, up to 3cm below the top of the oven.
Cooker width (cm)
Four-ring freestanding cookers come in four standard widths, 50cm, 55cm and 60cm. Actual measurements show that some cookers are about 5mm wider, but should still fit into standard sized gaps. The measurement given here is the standard width of the cooker, rather than the exact width measurement.
Oven usable volume (l)
This is the actual space that you can use to cook with in the main and top ovens. It's the space available above the lowest shelf in its lowest position up to 3cm below the top of the oven.
Cookers can come with catayltic liners that absorb splashes, pyrolytic programs that burn of food spills at very high temperatures or conventional linings that need to be cleaned manually
Cookers usually come in more than one colour, so if you're looking for a black oven but we only have the stainless steel, check with the manufacturer.
Annual running costs (£)
This is based on roasting a chicken three times a week in the main oven.