Best oven brands: Electrolux ovens

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The Electrolux brand, which is based in Sweden, is a global leader when it comes to household appliances. Trading since 1919, it offers a huge range of household appliances, including fridges, microwaves, washing machines and much more.

The company makes a range of ovens at most price points, and we’ve tested a number of them. To see how Electrolux ovens compare with those from other brands, see our Which? oven reviews – here you’ll find our verdict on all the models we've tested.

The Which? verdict on Electrolux ovens

Electrolux ovens are difficult to predict – we’ve seen some perform very well in our tests, and others that haven’t impressed. They typically pre-heat quickly and have good grills, but baking results can be a little inconsistent.

We’ve tested both single and double built-in ovens from Electrolux, and will be adding more test results over the coming months.

Which? members can get instant access to the test results below, but anyone yet to sign up can try Which? for £1.

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How much do Electrolux ovens cost?

We’ve tested various Electrolux ovens, from those that come in at under £300 to those on sale for more than £800. You do seem to get what you pay for, so be sure to check our individual reviews before you buy an Electrolux oven.

More on this...

  • See if any of our Electrolux ovens performed well enough to be Best Buys
  • For a complete guide, see our breakdown of how to buy an oven
  • If you’re not looking for a built-in, check our freestanding cooker reviews