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3 reasons to buy a Beko double over electric cooker

 

It is always important to know what you want for in a cooker before buying one. It is best to choose one that will address your specific needs. Do you have a big family and usually prepare a lot of dishes at one time? Do you  bake goodies and cook various viands at the same time? 

 

Beko is Europe’s No. 1 appliance brand and it aims to empower Filipinos to live healthier lives and offer them convenience with products that have the latest innovations and technologies.

 

A good and reliable cooker is particularly important during the holidays when Filipino families prepare so much food, which is the center of celebrations.

 

Beko’s cookers offer convenience so that you can multi-task while cooking your family’s Christmas feast. The Beko Freestanding 60 c.m. Double Oven Electric Cooker BDC6C55X is a 3-in-1 with an electric induction-cooker and two ovens with a grill.

 

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3 reasons to buy a Beko double over electric cooker

 

Here are 3 reasons why Beko Freestanding 60cm Double Oven Electric Cooker BDC6C55X should be your choice:

 

  1. It’s a 3-in-1 so you can cook, bake and grill simultaneously. 
  2. A cooker that is functional helps make food preparation hassle-free. Home chefs with large families often spend almost the entire day cooking. The BDC6C55X eases your stress in cooking with its time-saving features.
  3. The heart of every kitchen is the cooker. Aside from being functional, Beko’s cookers are built along classic and stylish lines so they look good in your kitchen. The Beko BDC6C55X comes in Stainless Steel.

 

“The Filipino Christmas celebration is centered around food and Beko is very proud to be part of that with our cookers. Even in these difficult times, families still want to celebrate the joys of the season with sumptuous and festive food,” uttered Beko Pilipinas Country Manager Gurhan Gunal.

 

 

 

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