Best oven brands: Hotpoint ovens

Hotpoint logo

Hotpoint, owned by Italian company Indesit, offers a wide range of built-in ovens, including both gas and electric, as well as single and double models. Some of its newer ovens even have touch-sensitive controls.

Hotpoint ovens have typically been at the more affordable end of the market, but more modern models with additional features obviously cost more. Our Which? oven reviews will show you how Hotpoint models have fared in our tests.

The Which? verdict on Hotpoint ovens

We've put several Hotpoint ovens through a range of tests, so we know how well they perform in terms of grilling, baking, ease of use and energy efficiency.

Hotpoint ovens typically haven’t done that well, often having poor temperature control or grills that don’t come up to scratch. That said, some models have been better than the rest, so check our reviews for the full breakdown of each oven’s test results.

That info, and the table below, is for members only, but for instant access anyone can try Which? for £1.

Hotpoint ovens - brand data
Number tested since 2010Subscriber only content
Range of test scoresSubscriber only content
Average test scoreSubscriber only content
Number of Best BuysSubscriber only content
Number of Don't BuysSubscriber only content
Brand reliabilitySubscriber only content
ProsSubscriber only content
ConsSubscriber only content
Should I buy one?Subscriber only content
Hotpoint Signature SCL08EB oven

How much do Hotpoint ovens cost?

Most of the Hotpoint ovens we’ve tested come in at around £300, although some cost nearer £600. Those at the top end of the range tend to come with features such as automatic cooking programs and anti-tip shelves.

More on this...

  • For all our best performing models, see our list of built-in oven Best Buys
  • For a purchasing guide, see our breakdown of how to buy an oven
  • After something a little different? See our range cooker reviews