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Beko unveils new built-in oven and hob range

Line-up includes seven new ovens starting at £170

Beko oven

Beko has launched a new range of built-in ovens and hobs, including seven new A rated ovens starting at £169.99.

The built-in ovens range from 60cm single conventional ovens and single fan ovens to multi-functional models. Available in stainless steel, black or white, Beko says the collection is designed to match a variety of kitchen styles and layouts.

Which? has tested 45 of the latest built-in ovens, including cookers from Hotpoint, Bosch and Whirlpool – find out which are the best in our built-in ovens review. You’ll also find reviews of freestanding cookers, range cookers and cooker hoods.

Beko built-in ovens

Beko’s new oven line-up offers increased oven capacity and new deep dish trays with larger cooking surfaces. Beko claims the new interiors allow easier shelf adjustment and more shelf positions.

Additional features include larger viewing windows, interior lights and LCD timers with bigger displays.

The range includes a built-in multi-function oven with a 3D cooking function. This uses all heating elements including the upper heater, bottom heater and fan to provide more even heat and temperature distribution. Beko promises this will allow up to three dishes to be cooked effectively on different shelves.

Beko built-in hobs

Beko’s new line up also includes a selection of gas, sealed plate and ceramic hobs starting at £99. The gas hobs offer a larger cooking surface, auto ignition, three different burner sizes and a wipe clean one piece surface. 

There’s also a choice of ceramic, manual or touch control hobs, each combining four rapidlite heating zones.

Matching built-in products include fridges, freezers and dishwashers.

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