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Any opinions on Blomberg ovens?

Posted by karenlk10 (My Page) on
Sat, Aug 17, 13 at 11:06

I've never heard of blomberg but saw one on AJMadison that might fit in my tiny kitchen. Post says they are popular in Europe... but I can't find any reviews. Here's a link to the one I'm considering.

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RE: Any opinions on Blomberg ovens?

If it fits your needs and budget , get it.

It's not a terribly popular brand in Europe, and most people haven't even heard of it here, so you won't find any reviews and few people that have one.

Be a pioneer.

RE: Any opinions on Blomberg ovens?

If I were going to be a pioneer in that size and price class oven I would go with Fagor 5HA200.

These are popular in Spain and France.

Fagor is 5th largest European Appliance Company.

Here is a link that might be useful: LINK

RE: Any opinions on Blomberg ovens?

I looked at the Fagor - like the side swing door a lot - but it is even tinier than the Blomberg inside 1.8cf vs 2.3cf

RE: Any opinions on Blomberg ovens?

Fagor says it has 1.8cf useful capacity.

Bloomberg says 2.3 cf net capacity.

I know there are not many dealers.

If you have one nearby I would check them out.

I might be able to swing by my local Fagor dealer. They have one of these ovens on display. If I go I will check out interior dimensions.

RE: Any opinions on Blomberg ovens?

Let's say that the Useable space in the Blomberg is larger ( and I'm not conceding that ) -
do you think you'll even notice not being able to fit an xtra grapefruit in it during everyday cooking ?

I'll bet you can fit the same sized turkey in both, the same # of cookies and pies, and the same sized frozen pizza.

Spec sheets are not the best way to decide on an oven.

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