Product code: 89032304
Sophisticated and intuitive, the Vision oven from Hoover will take your home cooking into the future by helping you master a wide range of recipes at your fingertips.
Interactive touch screen
The Hoover Vision is set up and controlled through the 19” fully interactive touch screen, and switched on and off using a single button. Plus, the appliance door doubles as a large screen that lets you watch cooking tutorials, create and save recipes, and even access selected websites.
The personal programs function means you can upload the cooking method and time for all your favourite recipes, even if they have multiple steps, making them easily accessible through your oven's screen.
Boasting a large 80L capacity, the Vision oven is perfect for cooking multiple dishes and batch baking. You can access up to 10 multifunctions using manual mode, such as fan cooking, conventional cooking, grilling and a keep warm function that's great for when you're entertaining guests.
As well as your own personalised collection of recipes, this smart oven comes pre-programmed with a selection of additional tips and ideas. The video recipe mode offers a step by step guide, starting from the ingredients required and the number of people you're cooking for, and selects the cooking mode, temperature and time for you.
Integrated HD camera
The Vision is also equipped with an integrated HD camera that offers a clear view the oven interior and a close up of your dish, so you can constantly monitor without having to open the door. Thanks to Hoover's One-Fi technology, you can even check up on your meal from a tablet or smartphone using the Hoover Wizard app.
Browse the Web
What's more, with a tap of the screen you can access a selected range of websites including BBC and Sky News. You can even listen to Spotify when connected to a Bluetooth speaker, or check Facebook and Instagram.
The maximum current in amperes the switch will carry continuously. Please consult a qualified electrician for power supply wiring requirements and to see if this product is compatible with your home.
- Aperture needed
The size of the hole needed for the appliance to fit. May be slightly larger than the physical dimensions of the item to allow for pipes, cables, ventilation etc.
- H59 x W56 x D56cm
- Appliance Width
- Auto Defrost Programs
- Capacity- Main Oven
- Cleaning Technology
- Manual Cleaning
- H59.5cm x W59.5cm x D56.8cm
- Door Glazing
Thicker glass in your oven door means more heat is contained inside and keeps the exterior door surface cool to the touch.
- Energy Rating
Graded on performance, from A+++ to G, with A+++ being the highest rating. Higher ratings mean better energy efficiency
- Fuel Type
Amount of heat that the grill can output. The higher the output, the quicker the grilling
- Grill Fuel Type
- Home Appliance Features
- Smart Technology
- Internal Light
Lets you see the food cooking
- Lining Type
- Main Oven Energy Consumption- Convection
Main Oven Energy Consumption- Convection
How much energy is used by the oven in conventional (non-fan) mode
- Main Oven Energy Consumption- Forced Air
Main Oven Energy Consumption- Forced Air
How much energy is used by the oven in fan mode
- Microwave Function
- Model name / number
- Number of Shelves
- Oven Features
Number of shelves or racks, as well as details such as rotisserie, adjustable racking etc.
- Adjustable Grill, Bottom Heating, Conventional - Top and Bottom Heating, Defrost, Fan, Grill, Pizza Function
- Oven Format
The number of separate oven cavities in the appliance. Note that the different cavities may have different size, configuration and features
- Oven type
The main types of oven are fan, conventional, multifunction or gas. For more details search for the ovens buying guide
- Smart Technology
- Via Manufacturer's App
Birth of Hoover and of the first vacuum cleaner in history
A box, a fan, a silk pillowcase and a broomstick - this is how the first vacuum cleaner in history was born. The idea that transformed these simple elements into one of the most revolutionary technologies of the past century belongs to James Spangler, a night watchman in New Berlin, Ohio, who suffered from asthma and was tired of breathing the dust raised by the upright in the shop he worked in. James patented the invention and dreamt of bringing it into every house in America. He needed someone who believed in his project and with the skills and the resources to execute it.
He decided to send this first, rudimentary vacuum cleaner to his cousin, Susan Hoover - a move that made his fortune. Susan tried using it for a few days at home and became an enthusiastic supporter. She showed it to her husband, William Hoover, the owner of a small business that produced leather items and sold them in his shop in New Berlin. Years among customers had allowed him to become well acquainted with the market. As a far-sighted entrepreneur he immediately sensed the enormous potential of this futuristic “stick”. He bought the patent and started production, establishing the company with the name - The Hoover Company. It was 1908.
At first the small production plant manufactured six vacuum cleaners a day for the local market but, thanks to a free trial offer, requests multiplied by the day, until industrial scale production was needed to satisfy the ever increasing demand. In a very short time, the word “hoover” became part of the English language and synonymous with “cleaning with a vacuum cleaner”. It is still used today.More from Hoover