Best oven brands: Siemens ovens

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German brand Siemens, part of the Bosch and Siemens Home Appliances Group (BSH), makes a wide range of ovens, which are split into four function levels – iQ100, iQ300, iQ500 and iQ700. It also makes dishwashers, fridges and freezers, laundry appliances and more.

Siemens built-in ovens tend to be at the pricier end of the built-in oven market, but are they worth it? For the full verdicts on all the models we’ve tested, check out the Which? oven reviews.

The Which? verdict on Siemens ovens

Siemens ovens are reliable, and the brand scores well in our annual member survey. On the whole, the ovens excel in our lab tests, with accurate temperature controls, good grills and a wealth of programmable cooking settings.

However, it’s not always the case that the more expensive the oven the better it will perform, so it’s important to check how well each oven fared in our tests – members can log in to find this out and to view the results in the table below. If you're not a member you can trial Which? for £1 for instant access.

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How much do Siemens ovens cost?

Siemens ovens aren’t cheap: none we’ve tested costs below £650, and some cost close to £900. They do, however, tend to come with a range of useful features that you simply wouldn’t find in budget built-in ovens.

More on this...

  • To see our top scoring models, check out out list of built-in oven Best Buys
  • Better understand the scores we give by finding out how we test ovens
  • For purchasing tips, see our breakdown of how to buy an oven