John Lewis ovens tend to occupy the middle ground between basic and high-end when it comes to features and prices. The focus is on modern design, ease of use, touch displays and large glass door panels.
Pricier models offer extras such as steam cooking, pyrolytic cleaning and wi-fi connectivity. John Lewis knows that its customers want good quality and the best value. But do its ovens live up to this standard?
As well as thoroughly testing ovens to make sure they will turn out perfect dishes, we also survey oven owners to find the brands that remain fault-free over years of regular use.
We've put together all this information in the table below, so that you can see our verdict on John Lewis ovens, including their pros and cons, how reliable the brand is, and whether owners love it.
Number of Best Buys
Average test score
Fault-free after five years
Should I buy a John Lewis oven?
John Lewis ovens range in price from less than £300 for the basics, up to nearly £2,000 for the fanciest models with all the extras you could dream up.