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New World cooker guide

By Jane Darling

Article 7 of 9

Find out if New World cookers are generally reliable, liked by owners and good value for money. Plus, our verdict on their cooking skills.

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New World is part of Glen Dimplex Home Appliances (GDHA), a UK manufacturer that also owns brands such as Belling, Stoves and Britannia. New World has a large range of products at a wide range of prices - and is GDHA's top-selling freestanding cooker brand. New World cookers are a fairly popular purchase in the UK, with an average spend of £365 for a gas or electric cooker.

Freestanding cookers can be fairly unexciting-looking appliances, but New World has experimented with colourful offerings for those bored of the classic white look. But is their popularity down to aesthetics or the right combination of price and cooking quality? On this page we bring together our years of testing experience and unique research into owners views on their New World cookers, so you can get the inside track on whether they are worth buying.

If you'd like to spread your net further than just the New World brand, go to our freestanding cooker reviews to see all our tested models.

We survey hundreds of cooker owners every year to find out how they rate the cooker that they own, and whether they've experienced any problems with it. Only logged-in Which? members can view our exclusive ratings and verdicts in the table below. If you're not yet a member, sign up for a £1 trial to get instant access.

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New World cooker overview table
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How much do New World cookers cost?

On average, you can expect to pay around £365 for a New World freestanding cooker. You may be able to get your hands on a cheap gas model for little more than £160, while if you go for an all-electric model with two ovens and an induction hob, this can set you back around £550.

New World makes range cookers too, so head to our New World range cooker reviews if you think one of these could complete your kitchen.

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