- 40-l volume for baking tins up to 36 cm Ø
- perfect for pizza and as stone oven (additional accessory: pizza/bread baking stone PS 16)
- with inspection window and interior illumination
- infinitely variable temperature regulation, overheating protection
- 90-minute timer with continuous setting and signal tone
- enamelled oven chamber, 3 insertion levels
- upper and lower heat, individually selectable, pilot lamp
- grill with 1450 W
- with enamelled roasting tray and chromed grill grid
With a volume of 40 litres, this appliance even accommodates baking tins up to 36 cm Ø! And with the separately available pizza/bread baking stone PS 16, this maxi oven becomes a real stone oven in no time – perfect for deliciously crispy pizza! Upper and lower heat can be used together or individually. The grill function offers further applications. The interior illumination, a 90-minute timer and the infinitely variable temperature regulation optimise the ease of use.
||230 V 1600 W
||63,50 x 47,50 x 32,00 cm
|Type of heating
||upper heat, lower heat, upper/lower heat, grill
||CLEANemail oven chamber coating
Here you will find a selection of suitable recipes:
The device in action - can be seen at:
Can I bake a standard frozen pizza in this oven?
Yes, with this oven it is possible to make a standard frozen pizza (diameter roughly 28cm).
Can the oven be used without timer?
Yes, to do this, turn the lower rotary knob to the left to the manual setting “M”. The oven will then heat-up to the set temperature until switched off manually.
What are the differences between this oven and "normal"/ average-sized baking ovens? Do temperatures and baking times given in recipes apply here as well or do they need to be altered?
The difference between this baking oven and a "normal" one lies in the oven chamber´s volume. Temperatures and baking times given in any recipe apply here as well without alteration necessary. Only the amount of food prepared might has to be adapted to fit the oven chamber´s size. One advantage of this oven is the noticeably shorter time needed for pre-heating.
When setting up the oven do I have to maintain a certain distance to furniture etc. for safety reasons?
Always leave a ventilation distance of at least 4 cm between the oven´s backside as well as to all other sides and the wall/any furniture. There needs to be 1 m of unobstructed space above to ensure an unhindered air supply. The oven has to be places on a heat-resistant, stable and even surface. Do not operate on top of tablecloths or varnished surfaces.