Best oven brands: Bosch ovens

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German brand Bosch, part of the Bosch and Siemens Home Appliances Group (BSH), has several different ranges of oven, including premium Logixx, mid-range Exxcel and simple Classixx models.

To see scores for each Bosch oven that we’ve tested, head to the Which? oven reviews. On this page you’ll also find an overview of the brand’s ovens, including the range of test scores and what Bosch models tend to be good and bad at.

The Which? verdict on Bosch ovens

Bosch ovens are typically quick to pre-heat and their grills work well, providing even heat across the whole of the pan. Some of the more high-end models also have useful features such as self-cleaning.

Our Bosch oven tests include single and double models, so we should have a verdict on one that would be right for your kitchen.

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Bosch Logixx HBM56B551B oven

How much do Bosch ovens cost?

Bosch ovens vary hugely in price – we’ve tested models that cost just over £250 to those that cost over £1,000. You do tend to get what you pay for and, in general, the higher the price, the better the score in Which? tests, but some of the less expensive models are certainly worth considering.

More on this...

  • For our best performing oven models, see our list of Best Buys
  • If you’re looking for a new oven, use our compare features tool
  • For a complete purchasing guide, see how to buy an oven