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Best built-in oven brands

Neff ovens rated

By Jane Darling

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Our unique research uses Neff oven reviews and owners' views to bring you our verdict on whether Neff ovens are a good choice for your kitchen.

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Neff ovens are a popular choice among Which? members and the general public, no doubt helped by the brand's starring role as the oven of choice in the Great British Bake Off tent. 

Neff is especially known for its 'Slide&Hide' oven door, which slides under the oven cavity for easy access. Its higher-end models include extras such as pyrolytic cleaning and steam cooking.

Neff ovens aren't a budget option, even if you go for its most basic model, and we've seen both brilliant and underwhelming ovens from this brand over the years. If you're on a strict budget, find the best options available in your price range by checking out our built-in oven reviews.

If you're keen on Neff, you can find out here whether its reputation is well deserved. We've brought together our independent review data for Neff ovens, as well as the views of Neff owners, to create a guide to whether or not Neff ovens are worth buying.

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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Neff oven overview table
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How much do Neff ovens cost?

Neff ovens range in price from around £440 to more than £1,600, depending on whether you go for a simple single or a double with all the bells and whistles. With an average price of around £600, it's a brand aimed at keen cooks.

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