Best oven brands: Indesit ovens

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Italian company Indesit, founded in 1975, manufactures and distributes a huge range of domestic appliances, including washing machines, dryers, dishwashers and ovens. It also owns the Hotpoint brand.

Indesit sells a range of single and double ovens, including many with features such as programmable cooking settings. It tends to be among the more affordable built-in oven brands. To see our verdict on each model we’ve tested, check out our Which? oven reviews.

The Which? verdict on Indesit ovens

We’ve tested Indesit ovens to find out how accurate their temperatures are and how well they distribute heat, how well the grill functions work, and whether they're easy to use and energy efficient.

The test results have varied widely – some Indesit ovens have scored poorly, while other have impressed us (especially given their cost), so it’s important to know which model to look out for. All of this information, plus the table below, is available to Which? members, but anyone can sign up for a £1 trial to get instant access.

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How much do Indesit ovens cost?

One Indesit oven we’ve tested cost just over £400, but most cost between £200 and- £300, and a couple are even cheaper. It’s best to do your research though, as some models are worth steering clear of despite their low price tag.

More on this...

  • See if any Indesit models make our list of built-in oven Best Buys
  • To see how we reach our verdicts, check out how we test ovens
  • For purchasing tips, see our breakdown of how to buy an oven