In a simple white finish, the Beko BDG682WP will look great in any kitchen, especially if you have other white appliances. At the top you’ve got the hob. It has 4 burners in different sizes, so you can choose whichever best suits the pan you are using. The smallest is ideal if you’re heating some soup for yourself, whereas the 2 medium ones are great if you’re cooking pasta for tea. If you’re a keen chef and you’re cooking a big stew, the large burner will come in really handy. There’s no need to worry about any spillages either as the enamel pan supports are really easy to wipe down.
Below the hob there’s the 31 litre grill. It’s got plenty of room if you want to make bacon sandwiches for the whole family, or if you just want to grill some chicken. It’s a variable grill, so you can choose the power level you want. This is great as you’ll never burn your sausages or cheese toasty.
At the bottom you’ve got the main 61 litre oven. It’s a conventional oven, meaning it’s hotter at the top than it is at the bottom. This is great if you want to cook different things at the same time. You can pop your lasagne at the top to give it a brown cheesy top and keep your garlic bread at the bottom so it doesn’t burn. As this oven is powered by gas the cavity is fairly moist, so you’ll get a great environment for making bread or cake.