Q1. What electricity supply is needed to run an Effeuno oven?
Q2. The U.S power supply is 120 Volt. How can I get a 220 - 240 Volt electricity supply in my home?
Most homes in the USA and Canada have 240V alternating current lines at the service entrance to the household as well as select locations within the home. A 240 Volt supply is used for energy-dependent machines like ovens, air conditioners, and car charging points. If you require a power outlet, we advise consulting a local electrician to see if this is feasible for you.
Q3. Can I use a step-up transformer?
Q4. What plug is fitted to the Effeuno ovens?
Q5. The shipping seems expensive, why so much?
Q6. Can I collect the oven and myself so that I forgo the shipping charges?
Q7. The price of the oven is high compared to prices in Europe, why is this?
Q8. What is the warranty period for the oven?
Q9. How are the ovens repaired in the U.S if there was a problem?
Q10. I am live outside of the U.S can you ship internationally?
Q11. What is the difference between a P134H and a P134HA/ P150 /P150HA?
Q12. What size of Pizza can I cook in the oven?
Q13. I want to purchase and deliver an oven to Canada. Will I require a customs broker?
Yes, you will require a broker to facilitate the clearance of goods through customs processes. You can supply your broker, or we recommend ClearIt Customs Broker. Open a ClearIt account here https://clearit.ca/ and get in touch with us for further details at firstname.lastname@example.org