Beko XDDF655T review
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- 60 cm
- Dual fuel
If you'd like the speed of an electric fan oven but also want the control you get with a gas hob, a dual-fuel cooker such as the Beko XDD655T could give you the best of both worlds. This freestanding cooker has a gas hob, two ovens and an electric grill, but do all its cooking modes work brilliantly? Read our review to find out how quickly and evenly it will cook your food, and how easy it is to use.
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