As well as the eye level grill, the Newworld NW55THLG comes with all the mod cons a 2011 cooker should have. Firstly a conventional gas oven (again if it aint broke) which provides you with the control you’ve always had over your cooking as you can actually see the strength of the flame. With a 62-litre capacity, it’s large enough to cater for the largest of families. A double glazed glass window makes keeping an eye on your culinary creations as easy as pie while keeping the outside of the oven as cool as a cucumber (safe enough to touch that is), and a wipe clean enamel oven interior takes the scrubbing out of oven cleaning – a scrubber no longer you’ll be.
Although we do like the practical and traditional elements of this cooker, there are some mod cons that we take our hat off to. One of these said mod cons is the flame failure safety device which automatically cuts off the gas supply if the flame blows out, helpful indeed. The 4 variable gas burners give you the control to cook as precisely as you want and as much as you like, and never again will you have that sinking feeling of “have I left the gas on."
With a handy storage compartment underneath the oven you’ve basically still got all the features you liked about your old cooker like the eye level grill, with the essential mod cons thrown in to make it extra safe.
Why buy something with all the features you don’t want just because it’s the latest fad, this black beauty lets you stick with what you know and gives you a 1-year warranty for extra piece of mind.