I respect the need for safety features. But in what way is it "safe" for an oven to cut out when you open the door to put something in? Why is it "safe" to have a gas ring which requires three or four attempts to ignite it? Why is it "safe" to have a top oven which is so unreliable that to get anything cooked in it is just a matter of luck? It isn't "safe" at all - this oven has driven my blood pressure up to very unsafe levels! If this is what we must expect from modern gas ovens then I'm switching back to electric as soon as this horrible oven breaks down - which I'm sure will be soon. I totally agree with the previous reviewer. I hate this oven as well - with a passion.
Easy access controls
Ideally positioned at the front of the hob, the controls are easy to see and access, which means you don't need to bend or step away from the cooker to change the heat settings.