Beko BDVG694WP review
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The Beko BDVG694WP is a freestanding gas cooker with two ovens, a grill and a four-burner hob. It also has a digital timer that can be used as a minute minder. But can it grill, simmer and bake as well as our Best Buy cookers? Read on to find out how this gas cooker fared when we packed it off to the test lab.
- Pros and cons
- Temperatures are much hotter than expected
- No room for the turkey
- Excellent grill
- Non-tip shelves that tip
- Easy to clean
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