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Best built-in oven brands

Bosch ovens rated

By Jane Darling

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Bosch makes everything from lawnmowers to boilers and coffee machines to chainsaws. But are its built-in ovens a reliable buy?

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Bosch ovens are a popular buy among Which? members and the general public. They range from no-frills single and double ovens up to hi-tech offerings with pyrolytic cleaning, added steam and smartphone controls. Often considered a reliable choice, does this popular brand live up to the hype?

Bosch ovens were a good choice a decade ago, but are they still your best bet now? Bosch may be a well-known brand, but only our independent oven tests and owner surveys will confirm whether or not its ovens are great for cooking, and if they are reliable or prone to breakdowns. If you want to get straight to our latest reviews of currently available ovens, head to our built-in oven reviews.

Below, we reveal our expert view on Bosch ovens. We've pulled together our years of testing experience, review data and the views of Bosch oven owners to create an at-a-glance guide. Only logged-in Which? members can view our exclusive ratings and verdicts in the table below. If you're not yet a member, join Which? to get instant access.

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Bosch oven overview table
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How much do Bosch ovens cost?

While the average price of a Bosch oven is around £500, there is a wide range. Choices start from around £350 for a budget single oven to more than £1,500 if you want a premium model with touchscreen controls and pyrolytic cleaning. Some will even let you check on the food in your oven via your smartphone.

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