Beko XDG611W review
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- 60 cm
Is it greedy to want two gas ovens instead of one? Not according to Beko, who’s XDG611W freestanding gas cooker offers you just that, along with a grill and a four-burner gas hob. You won’t find a clock or timer on this cooker’s control panel but that might not matter provided it delivers well-cooked food. Read our review to see whether it does so.
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