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Bush AG56TW review

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£220.00

The Bush AG56TW is a slim dual-fuel freestanding cooker with a budget price tag. It doesn't have fancy features, such as a self-cleaning function, but the hob has an auto-shut-off safety feature to give you peace of mind. If this freestanding cooker can cook evenly and accurately, then it's a bargain. Read on to find out how it got on in our tough tests.
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We have tested 101 freestanding cookers and found that there are 2 Don't Buys and 9 Best Buys.
Range of Freestanding cooker scores
  1. 42%
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  2. 58%
    Average score
  3. 74%
    Highest score
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