All the ovens found at Spillers offer the important combination of great build quality, tried and tested technology and fantastic looks. Neff, Siemens, Miele, Gaggenau and Wolf products all benefit from their own unique style and, as you’ll find out, have a profusion of features that are very easy to get excited about (ask us about Moisture Plus and PyroClean!).

All of our built in appliances (more than 160 in total) are displayed in beautiful kitchen furniture and are live, so demonstrations and one to one Test Drives are a regular occurrence.

To book a free Test Drive, simply call our sales team, book a convenient time and turn up with your taste buds ready. Our home economist will cook a couple of recipes and explain the pros and cons of the ovens you’re interested in – delicious.

The showroom at Spillers is home to centres of excellence for Neff, Siemens, Miele, Gaggenau and Wolf.

Choose a manufacturer

Wolf oven

The range is a natural heart of any kitchen, so style and performance are vital. Wolf doesn’t disappoint.

Gaggenau Oven

All of the appliances in the ovens 400 series and 200 series are distinguished by uniform and intuitive operation.

Miele Oven

Miele’s new range of generation 6000 ovens are built to the highest standard and allow for individual oven combinations.

Neff Oven

Neff Ovens offer a host of practical and innovative features, whilst retaining quality throughout their entire range.

Siemens oven

Siemens ovens have stylish design and intelligent innovations with technology that enables you to create delicious meals.

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