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John Lewis and Appliances Online (AO) are just two of the big retailers offering deals on their appliances this Black Friday. If you’re in the market for an oven, the Which? experts are on hand to help you make a great choice.
With big retailers cutting prices across the board, you may see deals that look too good to be true (and they usually are).
The ovens featured in the deals below all scored well in our independent testing, and are on offer at prices we think are genuine bargains. Though make sure you check out our detailed reviews to make sure the model you’re looking at is the best choice for you.
As the deals change – as they inevitably will – we’ll save you time and money by regularly updating this story. Bookmark this page and check in regularly for the best chance of bagging a bargain.
To go straight to the reviews of ovens that have impressed us most, regardless of price, head to our guide to the best ovens.
Best oven deals for Black Friday
AEG BPS355020M, was £569, now £399
Same price at: John Lewis and AO
We liked: heats up speedily, plenty of room
We didn’t like: self-cleaning not perfect
This spacious AEG oven has plenty to recommend it, including pyrolytic self-cleaning and a steam function that’s designed to deliver a crispy outside to your loaf or home-made cakes. But does it stick closely to the temperature you set it at, or could you be in for burnt surprises?
(A recent Which? investigation into Currys PC World suggests the firm has an issue with how it handles complaints about faulty products. So do consider this before making a purchase.)
Neff U1CCC3AN0B, was £949, now £799 at John Lewis
We liked: two accurate ovens
We didn’t like: doesn’t excel at everything
Best Buy double ovens are few and far between, but maybe that’s not a surprise as we set a high bar: both ovens must heat up quickly, stick to an accurate temperature, and spread heat perfectly – helping you get great cooking results in either one.
But does this Neff double oven, which is currently £150 off at John Lewis manage all this?
Bosch Serie 4 HBS534BS0B, was £403, now £319 at Appliances Direct
We liked: oven very accurate and easy to use
We didn’t like: the non-tip shelves could be better
Which? members love Bosch ovens, and with good reason. We tend to find them reliable performers for a reasonable price. But not every Bosch oven we test becomes a Best Buy.
Find out if this smart single, that you can now pick up for less than £320, could be a welcome addition to your kitchen.
Hisense BI5228PXUK, was £319, now £249 at Currys
We liked: even baking, excellent grill
We didn’t like: only average for energy consumption
Hisense ovens have recently come to the fore, impressing us in our tough tests, but without costing an arm and a leg to buy. This model’s now the cheapest we’ve seen it. It has pyrolytic self-cleaning – but does it do the job well, or leave you to scrub out the worst?
Neff N30 B1GCC0AN0B, was £368, now £325
Same price across major retailers
We liked: quick to heat up, accurate
We didn’t like: there’s no self-cleaning function
While you don’t get Neff’s iconic ‘Slide&Hide’ oven door with this model, you do get an accurate and easy-to-use oven. But will it spread heat evenly enough to get you into the Bake Off tent?
Hisense BI5543PG, was £699, now £549 at AO
Same price at: Currys PC World (black version, Hisense OP543PGUK)
We liked: really accurate, bakes a decent cake
We didn’t like: some ovens are more efficient
Hisense has added plenty of bells and whistles to this oven, which comes with a meat probe, telescopic runners and the sought-after high-temperature pyrolytic self-cleaning. It’s pricier than most of its other ovens, but right now you can snap it up at a record low price for Black Friday.
More oven deals
- We’ll update this page with more Black Friday oven deals as we find them. Check back later in the week to see what we’ve found.
Our ovens expert says
An oven is an one of those purchases that you’d hope to last a decade or more, so it’s important to choose a decent model that will really suit you and the way you cook.
The two most important things about an oven are: does it keep consistently to the correct temperature (many don’t) and does it spread heat evenly from top to bottom and side to side? A poor oven will leave you frustrated and frazzled in the kitchen, but opt for one that has impressed in our tests and you can look forward to perfect bakes and a relaxed time in the kitchen.
Jane Darling, Which? ovens expert
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About this story
This story was originally published on 20 November 2020, but is being updated regularly to reflect the latest information on models, prices and deals.
The savings quoted by retailers are sometimes based on an inflated ‘before’ price. We ignore these, and instead compare savings with the typical selling price of a product, based on pricing research and our market knowledge.