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Smeg Smart Oven For "Relucant Cooks"

By Oonagh Reidy | Monday | 03/06/2013

New built-ins help you cook up a storm - thanks to Smart Sense technology.


Smeg unleashes new 60cm Classic design built-in oven collection, including the flagship SFPA395X, which comes in stainless steel design. 

The new Smeg Classic flagship has bigger oven capacity than ever, boasting a huge 79 litres (gross). 

The flagship also has ingenious Smart Sense technology, which guides cooks through 50 popular dishes, advising cooking temperatures, times and shelf heights, via pre-set programmes. 

10 personal recipes can also be programmed into the super smart oven and two pyrolytic cleaning programmes (one with energy conservation). 

The SFPA395X Classic built-in also has breakthrough technology - (thin film transistor) TFT interface on the 'intuitive' LED display for easy controls and 10 cooking functions including fan forced, super cookplus and bakers. 



It also has a fully controlled interior fitted with Venturi humidity control to ensure cooking times/temps are kept to a minimum and natural flavours are retained, and has an Ever-Clean enamel interior and Thermoseal technology. 

Aside from the flagship, there are six other Classic models with varying specs that offer a choice of pyrolytic or vapour clean cleaning systems.

"While technology and design are at the core of the Smeg conviction the overarching passion behind the Smeg brand is the food," said Andrew Cronin, managing director of Smeg Australia

"While we are known for our willingness to embrace new technology it has to generate a quantifiable improvement to the users experience, ensuring the best possible cooking results irrespective of the user's culinary credentials." 

Smeg ovens and kitchen appliances are available from department stores, electrical retailers and appliance specialists. 

The new 60cm Classic SFPA395X (pyrolytic and vapour clean) costs $3290, SFA395X (vapour clean only) $2690. 

Go to www.smeg.com.au for more.

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