Freestanding cookers

Indesit cooker guide

By Jane Darling

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Are Indesit cookers worth buying? Get our verdict based on years of testing and owners views.

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Indesit is an Italian brand that, together with Hotpoint and a range of other brands, is part of the large US company Whirlpool. Indesit freestanding cookers are very popular in the UK, with more people buying this brand than any other. High sales volumes may not equate to high quality, however. Indesit cookers are cheaper than many - on average, little more than £300 - so read on to find out whether their popularity is a reflection of their quality or their price.

Indesit cookers come in a range of types and styles, including gas and electric, with single or double ovens. You can search for individual models by checking our Indesit cooker reviews.

Which? verdict on Indesit cookers

Below, we've collated all our test results of Indesit cookers, alongside our unique brand and reliability ratings, to bring you an at-a-glance guide.

You can see how many of Indesit's current models we've tested, the range of scores they've earned in our tough tests and the pros and cons of Indesit cookers, all based on years of our independent testing. Our expert verdict will help you decide whether an Indesit cooker is the right choice for you.

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Indesit freestanding cooker overview table
Indesit cookers: overview
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How much do Indesit cookers cost?

Indesit cookers sell in large numbers, and the average price paid for one is around £300. However, you can pick up an all-gas model for little over £150 or find yourself splashing out £500 for an upmarket model.