Daewoo 17L Halogen Oven over half price £24.99 @ Robert Dyas

Daewoo 17L Halogen Oven over half price £24.99 @ Robert Dyas

Found 24th May 2017
This powerful Daewoo 17 Litre Halogen Oven is a revolutionary way to cook whole meals quickly, easily and healthily. The combination of a carbon heating bulb and a built-in fan to circulate the air evenly gives you perfectly cooked, succulent food that's cooked far quicker than in a conventional oven.

It includes an oil spray for lighter, healthier cooking, with two heating racks for cooking different foods at the same time without the need for extra pots and pans.

Features and Benefits

Efficient and thorough heating thanks to the halogen carbon bulb and fan induction design.

With its clever self-cleaning function you can sit back and relax after dinner with the family.


Power: 1300W
Capacity: 12L (+5L extender)
Accessories include: Upper cooking rack, lower cooking rack, lid stand, tongs 5L extender and oil spray bottle
Self-clean function
LED time and temperature indicators
Dimensions: H30 x W41 x D31cm
What's Included

Daewoo 17 Litre Halogen Oven with Lid
Cooking rack x 2
Lid stand
Cooking tongs
5 Litre pot extender
Oil spray bottle
*The capacity of the glass bowl being 12L which is then increased to 17L when the Extender ring is used.
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£3.95 postage should be added to title.
£18 inc vat at Costco different brand though. But looks identical.

£18 inc vat at Costco different brand though. But looks identical.

The deal at Costco for £18 posted above by ruiabreu is a much better deal, although I suspect it might not include VAT as Costco headline their prices ex. VAT. There is little difference between the various brands of these halogen ovens, as they are made in a handful of factories. Voted hot as its still a good deal even if not the best deal. Never heard of a carbon bulb - its usually a halogen bulb, hence the name of the oven. Hardly a revolutionary method of cooking, as they have been around for years but definitely a faster and more economical way of cooking. Robert Dyas have a free delivery offer but I can't remember the details - might be spend £40/50.
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