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Hotpoint cooker guide

By Jane Darling

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Find out if Hotpoint cookers are worth buying, with our insider guide to how good they are at cooking, whether they last, and how owners rate them.

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Hotpoint is part of the US-based appliance giant Whirlpool, which also includes other brands such as Indesit and KitchenAid. Hotpoint is popular in the UK and sells a broad range of cookers, including all-gas and all-electric, induction models and dual-fuel cookers. 

Hotpoint is a popular choice for those after a well-known brand that won't cost the earth. But how does Hotpoint stack up against other cooker brands? Find out how all the models we've tested compare by going to our freestanding cooker reviews.

Like all kitchen appliances, cookers get a thorough testing at our lab to see how well they will work for you in your kitchen. We also survey hundreds of cooker owners to find out what they think of their brand of cooker, whether they find it reliable and consider it value for money. Below, we've collated all our test results of Hotpoint cookers, alongside our unique brand reliability ratings, to bring you an at-a-glance guide. 

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Hotpoint cooker overview table
Hotpoint cooker overview table
Number tested 11
Number of Best Buys
Average review score
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How much do Hotpoint cookers cost?

Hotpoint cookers tend to be moderately priced - on average around £400. However you can get hold of gas models for less than £250 or pay up to £600 for a double-oven electric cooker with an induction hob.