For over 65 years now, SMEG appliances have come to be seen as aesthetic and sophisticated solutions to the demands of modern living as a result of the company's partnerships with world-famous architects. SMEG is an Italian home appliance producer based in the town of Guastalla, in the Region of Emilia Romagna in Northern Italy and was founded in 1948. SMEG now has 18 subsidiaries worldwide and an extensive sales network.
SMEG appliances take center stage in the heart of the home, a place where people can congregate. The kitchen mixes all of their functions, and becomes a perfect, fully-equipped backdrop for those precious and enjoyable moments. Moreover, SMEG knows needs of appliance users: all of its products are easy to use, and manage resources very intelligently thanks to cutting-edge interfaces, and various programming solutions.
This stylish wall oven from SMEG's Linea collection uses the power of European convection with dual fans to circulate hot air throughout the oven for meals that are cooked evenly cooked to perfection. Cooking modes include Top and Bottom Heat, European Convection, European Convection with Top and Bottom Heat, Circulate with Upper Element, Intensive Broil and Pizza Function. Rapid pre-heating allows you to get started on meals faster. Two defrost options include defrost by weight or defrost by time. Monitor your cooking progress with ease thanks to a large glass viewing window and the included meat probe accessory. Oven can be operated on Sabbath Mode for kosher homes. Brand warranty covers parts and labor for 1 year.
- Cooking Modes: Top and Bottom Heat, European Convection, European Convection with Top and Bottom Heat, Circulate with Upper Element, Intensive Broil, Pizza Function
- Keep warm setting
- Rapid pre-heating
- Delay start
- Minimum temperature=86F
- Maximum temperature=554F
- Grill mesh
- Grid with back and side stop
- Digital display
- Control lock
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