Brand new, unused item with PDF manuals but no packaging
This is the cheapest Oven of this model in NZ Bunnings is selling them for $549.00
Everdure 600mm Black/Stainless Steel 8 Function Oven OBES6011
Designed for the home chef in mind, our designers have packed in a great range of features for the price. Large oven cavity, moulded runners for smooth shelf support and dual-layer glass door that’s easily removed for cleaning, this oven makes cooking large family meals easy.
Stylish Stainless Steel and Black Glass
65L Oven Capacity
Dual Glazed Door
Model Name Everdure 60cm Built in Electric Oven
Model Number OBES6011
Material Stainless Steel & Black Glass
Product Dimensions (mm)W:595 H:595 L:575
Fuel Type Electric
Cleaning System No
Number of Shelves 5
Oven Control Type Knob x3
Oven Globe Type LED
Cutout Width (mm) 560
Cutout Height (mm) 585
Cutout Depth (mm) 565
3 Years Warranty
MADE IN EUROPE
Pick up from Farm Cove in East Auckland
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