Beko cooker guide
By Jane Darling
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Beko freestanding cookers are a popular budget choice in the UK. But do they offer value for money? Read on for our expert verdict.
Turkish brand Beko came to the UK and Ireland in 1990. Beko belongs to the larger umbrella company, Arcelik, that also owns the Flavel and Leisure brands. Beko offers a wide range of gas, electric and dual-fuel cookers, as well as built-in ovens, hobs and cooker hoods. Beko cookers are popular purchases, with a market share of more than 10%, and tend to be priced attractively. If you think a Beko cooker is for you, head straight to our Beko cooker reviews.
Which? verdict on Beko cookers
Below, we've collated all our test results of Beko cookers, alongside our unique brand and reliability ratings, to bring you an at-a-glance guide.
You can see how many current Beko cookers we've tested, the range of scores achieved in our tests and the pros and cons - plus our overall verdict. This information, based on years of our in-depth cooking testing, will help you to decide whether a Beko cooker is right for you.
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How much do Beko cookers cost?
Beko cookers occupy the cheaper end of the cooker market, with prices starting at around £150, although you can pay a good deal more if, for example, the model includes an induction hob.
Beko also make range cookers. If you're looking for a little more cooking space, check our Beko range cooker reviews to see how they get on in our tests.