14 best oven brands

  1. first­ly, sep­a­rate pro­duc­tion makes it pos­si­ble to sig­nif­i­cant­ly sim­pli­fy the design and reduce the cost of repairs;
  2. sec­ond­ly, it becomes pos­si­ble to imple­ment var­i­ous design solu­tions in the kitchen area.

In the wake of high demand, the edi­tors of Exper­tol­ogy mag­a­zine decid­ed to con­duct their own mar­ket research. In the course of it, we select­ed 14 of the best oven com­pa­nies that you can trust and whose prod­ucts can be rec­om­mend­ed to a wide range of con­sumers. The fol­low­ing para­me­ters were used as cri­te­ria for the assess­ment:

  1. avail­able func­tion­al­i­ty;
  2. lev­el of reli­a­bil­i­ty and qual­i­ty of ser­vice;
  3. aver­age cost and num­ber of price seg­ments;
  4. feed­back from users and experts.

How to choose an oven

When choos­ing an oven, pay atten­tion to the fol­low­ing cri­te­ria:


Gas or elec­tric. The issue is debat­able, but many man­u­fac­tur­ers have already aban­doned the pro­duc­tion of gas ovens. This is moti­vat­ed by the fact that it is nec­es­sary to com­ply with suf­fi­cient­ly strin­gent secu­ri­ty mea­sures, which trans­lates into addi­tion­al costs in the man­u­fac­ture. We rec­om­mend choos­ing elec­tric ovens, if only because their range is much wider.


Inde­pen­dent or depen­dent. The lay­out of your kitchen is very impor­tant here. An inde­pen­dent oven can be placed any­where where com­mu­ni­ca­tions reach. The depen­dent will only stand under the hob, thus form­ing a clas­sic stove.

Dimen­sions. When choos­ing, be sure to con­sid­er the amount of space in your kitchen. If this is a small nook in a 1- or 2‑room apart­ment, then you should look at ovens 45 cen­time­ters wide. If there is much more space, then feel free to choose ovens from 60 to 90 cen­time­ters.


self-clean­ing type. Depend­ing on this para­me­ter, there are 3 types of ovens:

  1. with hydrolyt­ic self-clean­ing — weak­en­ing of lay­ers of fat and soot due to the action of steam. The most inef­fi­cient and cheap­est clean­ing method.
  2. with cat­alyt­ic self-clean­ing — split­ting occurs on the walls of the oven due to pro­cess­ing with spe­cial enam­el. In this case, the door and bot­tom will get dirty, as in a stan­dard oven.
  3. with pyrolyt­ic self-clean­ing — burn­ing out all con­t­a­m­i­nants at a tem­per­a­ture of 500 degrees Cel­sius. You just have to wash off the ash­es.


Addi­tion­al func­tions. If auto­mat­ic cook­ing pro­grams, defrost­ing, piz­za mode, slow cool­ing, etc. are impor­tant to you, then study the func­tion­al set of the oven in detail before buy­ing.

Secu­ri­ty set­tings. If you have chil­dren, then the best solu­tion would be to select an oven with a child pro­tec­tion func­tion and tan­gen­tial air­flow to the walls. The first will com­plete­ly elim­i­nate inter­fer­ence in the cook­ing process by the chil­dren, and the sec­ond will allow you not to get burned if you acci­den­tal­ly touch the equip­ment.

Rating of the best oven companies

















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Man­u­fac­tur­er

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Rat­ing of the best oven com­pa­nies one AEG 5.0
2 Miele 4.9
3 NEFF 4.8
four Siemens 4.7
5 Elec­trolux 4.6
6 Bosch 4.5
7 Goren­je 4.4
eight Hot­point-Aris­ton 4.3
9 Hansa 4.2
ten MAUNFELD 4.1
eleven LG 4.0
12 DARINA 3.9
13 Gefest 3.8
four­teen Beko 3.7

Also Read: Top 10 Gas Ovens

AEG

Rat­ing: 5.0


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The leader of the rat­ing right­ful­ly becomes anoth­er rep­re­sen­ta­tive of Ger­many — the com­pa­ny AEG. It also con­vert­ed pro­duc­tion to exclu­sive­ly elec­tric ovens, and how Miele went down the path of prepar­ing pro­fes­sion­al appli­ances. The range of ovens is rep­re­sent­ed by a pre­mi­um seg­ment. They have every­thing you need for com­fort­able use for every day: respon­sive touch dis­plays, tem­per­a­ture probes, pyrol­y­sis clean­ing mech­a­nisms, high­ly resis­tant non-stick coat­ings, etc.

A promi­nent rep­re­sen­ta­tive of the AEG brand is the BER 455120 B mod­el. It is dis­tin­guished by an A ++ ener­gy class, the abil­i­ty to heat up to 275 degrees Cel­sius, the func­tion of adding steam, con­vec­tion and grill, as well as tele­scop­ic rails.

The sec­ond con­tender is the AEG BSR 892330 M, which offers heat­ing up to 300 degrees Cel­sius in a con­tin­u­ous range (with­out dis­crete modes), a child pro­tec­tion func­tion and all the same func­tions that the pre­vi­ous mod­el car­ries. The only neg­a­tive is hydrolyt­ic rather than pyrolyt­ic clean­ing of the oven.

Miele

Rat­ing: 4.9


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On the sec­ond line of the rank­ing is a Ger­man com­pa­ny that pro­duces elec­tric ovens for culi­nary pro­fes­sion­als. No hints of pre­ten­tious­ness — extreme­ly impor­tant and nec­es­sary func­tions. For exam­ple, all mod­els are equipped with tem­per­a­ture probes and a pyrol­y­sis clean­ing mech­a­nism. Door sur­faces and side walls remain cool thanks to tan­gen­tial air­flow, and the entire inte­ri­or has a Per­fect Clean non-stick coat­ing.

As for spe­cif­ic rep­re­sen­ta­tives, we rec­om­mend that you take a clos­er look at the most bud­getary ver­sion of the Miele H 2265–1 B ACTIVE with 76 liters of vol­ume and 5 bak­ing lev­els. For more demand­ing users, we can rec­om­mend the H 2860 BP in black. A full range of func­tions that can be applied to ovens, includ­ing durable tele­scop­ic rails, a timer and much more.

NEFF

Rat­ing: 4.8


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There is already a hint of pre­ten­tious­ness and elit­ism in the NEFF assort­ment. For­tu­nate­ly, only a few spe­cial mod­els of ovens “sin” like this. The Ger­mans have long aban­doned the pro­duc­tion of gas mod­els, con­cen­trat­ing the main forces on elec­tric options. In essence, NEFF is Miele’s antag­o­nist. If the lat­ter is chas­ing man­u­fac­tura­bil­i­ty, while sig­nif­i­cant­ly increas­ing prices, then the for­mer is try­ing to com­pen­sate for the func­tion­al­i­ty and cost of the fin­ished prod­uct. This can be a key fac­tor in choos­ing between the two brands of ovens, but as they say, to each his own.

In the rec­om­men­da­tions, we decid­ed to men­tion the NEFF B15M42C3, made in black with gold trim on the han­dles. This style is not suit­able for any kitchen, but it will def­i­nite­ly cause a lot of enthu­si­as­tic respons­es. The mod­el offers 8 heat­ing modes, a tem­per­a­ture of 275 degrees Cel­sius, a timer and a dig­i­tal dis­play, as well as hydrol­y­sis (steam) clean­ing. The sec­ond oven — NEFF B1ACE0AN0R — is a more advanced ver­sion with 71 liters of vol­ume and 7 heat­ing modes. It has every­thing you need for com­fort­able every­day use, includ­ing child pro­tec­tion.

Also Read: Top 6 Elec­trolux Ovens

Siemens

Rat­ing: 4.7


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Siemens is engaged in the pro­duc­tion of exclu­sive­ly pre­mi­um elec­tric ovens. This is the rea­son for the low demand for prod­ucts in the Russ­ian mar­ket, how­ev­er, unlike LG, the com­pa­ny feels good and is not going to cur­tail pro­duc­tion. Part­ly due to the fact that all ovens belong to lim­it­ed series — many com­bine the func­tions of microwave ovens, have sep­a­rate cab­i­nets for cook­ing sev­er­al dish­es at once, and are high­ly ener­gy effi­cient.

As an exam­ple, let’s take Siemens HB634GHS1 — a vari­ant of an elec­tric oven for 48 thou­sand rubles. It heats up to a tem­per­a­ture of 300 degrees Cel­sius, has 13 heat­ing modes and 71 liters of inter­nal vol­ume. All para­me­ters are set using the touch dis­play, which per­fect­ly com­ple­ments the look, mak­ing it ele­gant and pro­gres­sive.

The sec­ond option is more expen­sive: Siemens HB675G0S1 with sim­i­lar para­me­ters and almost the same appear­ance, but with a pyrolyt­ic clean­ing func­tion. In fact, the whole dif­fer­ence in price here goes to increase the reli­a­bil­i­ty of indi­vid­ual com­po­nents. Believe me, this is the case when the over­pay­ment real­ly makes sense.

Electrolux

Rat­ing: 4.6


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One of the pre­mi­um man­u­fac­tur­ers in the oven seg­ment, which sup­plies the high­est qual­i­ty elec­tric and gas mod­els to the mar­ket. In the past few years, Elec­trolux has tak­en on the top­ic of well­ness, as a result of which many lines of built-in appli­ances have received the pos­si­bil­i­ty of steam cook­ing. Recir­cu­la­tion of the liq­uid is made pos­si­ble by the effects of low tem­per­a­tures and the for­ma­tion of a vapor cush­ion. Con­se­quent­ly, some of the most impor­tant com­po­nents and the inter­nal struc­ture of the ovens have suc­cumbed to change.

Also, the trend was the pro­duc­tion of sep­a­rate ovens with two or more inde­pen­dent com­part­ments. This step allows you to cook sev­er­al dish­es at once with­out mix­ing smells and aro­mas.

If you want to buy an elec­tric oven, we advise you to pay atten­tion to Elec­trolux EOB 53434 AK. A great set of user reviews, 72 liters of usable vol­ume, 8 heat set­tings, recessed switch­es for safe­ty and a con­ve­nient elec­tron­ic dis­play. This is just a few of the good things about this mod­el. Its cost starts from 27 thou­sand rubles.

The sec­ond option is the Elec­trolux EOG 92102 CX gas oven. It imple­ments the func­tions of con­vec­tion and grill, there is a spit. Man­age­ment is car­ried out by rotary han­dles. The usable vol­ume is 70 liters. Heat­ing is car­ried out in 5 modes. Such a cab­i­net is quite expen­sive, but it is guar­an­teed to last for a long time.

Bosch

Rat­ing: 4.5


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The man­u­fac­tur­er of inex­pen­sive and high-qual­i­ty equip­ment holds the brand in the seg­ment of kitchen ovens. The range includes gas, elec­tric and com­bined mod­els. Bosch fol­lows the gen­er­al mar­ket trends, as a result of which it is grad­u­al­ly con­cen­trat­ing pro­duc­tion capac­i­ty on the pro­duc­tion of built-in ovens, aban­don­ing full-sized inde­pen­dent devices. It is rather dif­fi­cult to note any of the char­ac­ter­is­tic func­tions inher­ent in the mod­els, since their set can vary great­ly even with­in the same price seg­ment.

As good-qual­i­ty ovens for oper­a­tion, the elec­tric Bosch HBG634BW1 and the gas Bosch HGN22F350 can be dis­tin­guished. The first is famous for its ver­sa­til­i­ty and uni­form heat­ing through­out the entire inter­nal vol­ume. The sec­ond one has more spe­cif­ic fea­tures: the pres­ence of a touch con­trol unit, 5 imple­ment­ed heat­ing modes, the pres­ence of con­vec­tion and grill, as well as a tem­per­a­ture probe for assess­ing the readi­ness of dish­es in the kit. This mod­el is rel­a­tive­ly inex­pen­sive and can serve as a good help in the home kitchen.

See also: 5 best ovens GEFEST

Gorenje

Rat­ing: 4.4


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Let’s make a reser­va­tion right away: Goren­je is not engaged in the pro­duc­tion of gas ovens. For this rea­son, it may seem to many that she does not deserve to be in the 7th place in our rat­ing. How­ev­er, we will try to con­vince you oth­er­wise.

In a glob­al sense, Goren­je ovens can be called a syn­the­sis of prac­ti­cal­i­ty and inno­va­tion. Even in the bud­get seg­ment of built-in appli­ances, you can find options with touch con­trols, a large num­ber of heat­ing modes and auto­mat­ic cook­ing pro­grams. At the same time, the lev­el of reli­a­bil­i­ty is much high­er than that of rep­re­sen­ta­tives low­er in the rat­ing.

As a wor­thy rep­re­sen­ta­tive of the com­pa­ny, we can sin­gle out the Goren­je BO 637 INI oven. It is famous for its excel­lent main­te­nance of the set tem­per­a­ture and excel­lent ther­mal insu­la­tion of the door — even with pro­longed expo­sure to heat, it remains mod­er­ate­ly cold. There is a child pro­tec­tion fea­ture that blocks the sen­sor. And the final fea­ture is the abil­i­ty to quick­ly remove the door to com­plete­ly clean the inter­nal vol­ume of the oven. We also rec­om­mend tak­ing a clos­er look at the Goren­je BO 658-ORA‑B.

Hotpoint-Ariston

Rat­ing: 4.3


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Per­haps one of the most cus­tomer-ori­ent­ed brands among the big ten man­u­fac­tur­ers of ovens. In the assort­ment of Hot­point-Aris­ton you can find ovens of all price seg­ments: from bud­get mechan­i­cal to pre­mi­um touch mod­els. Tra­di­tion­al­ly, the main draw­back here is con­sid­ered to be the “poor” equip­ment — the num­ber of grates and bak­ing sheets. How­ev­er, this is not such a big prob­lem, since many users have sets of spe­cial dish­es and bak­ing dish­es by default. But there are plen­ty of strong fea­tures: here are unique func­tions such as a sep­a­rate piz­za cook­ing mode, and high effi­cien­cy in all oper­at­ing modes thanks to a two-cir­cuit heat­ing sys­tem.

Among all rep­re­sen­ta­tives of Hot­point-Aris­ton built-in ovens, we high­light FA5 844 JH IX. The advan­tages of the mod­el include 71 liters of usable vol­ume, 10 heat­ing modes and the imple­men­ta­tion of sev­er­al auto­mat­ic pro­grams for spe­cif­ic dish­es. Most impor­tant­ly, it has child pro­tec­tion.

Among gas ovens, it is worth tak­ing a clos­er look at the Hot­point-Aris­ton GA2 124 BL. Low cost cou­pled with excel­lent equip­ment allow this mod­el to lead in sales among its clos­est com­peti­tors.

Hansa

Rat­ing: 4.2


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Hansa appeared on the mar­ket in 1992, but quick­ly moved ahead among com­peti­tors due to the qual­i­ty and excel­lent design of its prod­ucts. Hansa ovens have all the impor­tant fea­tures of kitchen appli­ances: reli­a­bil­i­ty, good assem­bly and ver­sa­til­i­ty. Until recent­ly, the com­pa­ny’s coolest offer was an elec­tric oven with more than 10 heat­ing modes, a sep­a­rate del­i­cate defrost­ing mode and the abil­i­ty to deter­mine the degree of readi­ness of a dish using the sup­plied probe. The cost is appro­pri­ate. How­ev­er, there is a small draw­back inher­ent in all Hansa equip­ment: replace­ment ele­ments and spare parts are extreme­ly expen­sive.

The Hansa BOES68402 elec­tric oven is dis­tin­guished by a bal­ance in price and qual­i­ty. It has 8 modes for set­ting the degree of heat­ing, per­forms the func­tions of a con­vec­tion oven and grill. Set­tings are made using the touch dis­play on the ele­gant front pan­el. We can­not men­tion gas ovens in the assort­ment of this com­pa­ny.

Also Read: 20 Best Elec­tric Ovens

MAUNFELD

Rat­ing: 4.1


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A com­pa­ny that man­u­fac­tures exclu­sive­ly kitchen appli­ances. It falls into a fair­ly low posi­tion in the rank­ing only due to low pop­u­lar­i­ty among Russ­ian con­sumers, although in fact the sup­plied ovens can be com­pared with mod­els from Goren­je or Bosch. MAUNFELD oper­ates main­ly in the mid­dle and pre­mi­um seg­ments of the mar­ket, pro­duc­ing main­ly elec­tric ovens. There is some asceti­cism in their design, but there are no com­plaints about per­for­mance and reli­a­bil­i­ty.

The best rep­re­sen­ta­tive of the com­pa­ny accord­ing to users is EOEC 586W — an inex­pen­sive elec­tric oven with the abil­i­ty to heat up to 280 degrees Cel­sius. Its inter­nal vol­ume is 58 liters, and the entire heat­ing range is divid­ed into 7 modes. Addi­tions include con­vec­tion and grill modes and hydrol­y­sis clean­ing.

Among gas ovens, MGOGG 673RIB TM stands out strong­ly — an extrav­a­gant mod­el with a claim to elit­ism. The com­bi­na­tion of cream-col­ored body and bronze han­dles will not fit into every inte­ri­or. The inter­nal vol­ume of the cab­i­net is 67 liters, and only 4 modes are offered for heat­ing. There is gas con­trol and all the stan­dard addi­tion­al options.

LG

Rat­ing: 4.0


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The rep­re­sen­ta­tion of LG in the seg­ment of built-in elec­tric ovens is grad­u­al­ly fad­ing away. Per­haps the com­pa­ny itself con­sid­ered that it was inap­pro­pri­ate to spend pro­duc­tion capac­i­ty on the man­u­fac­ture of pre­mi­um equip­ment. And the Kore­ans sup­plied to the mar­ket only such ovens. It was stan­dard prac­tice to use dig­i­tal dis­plays show­ing cur­rent set­tings, more than 10 heat­ing modes, hydrol­y­sis clean­ing, rich equip­ment, etc.

One of the com­pa­ny’s last decent ovens on the mar­ket was the LG LB645479T1 and LG LB645E329T1. Both cab­i­nets have 67 liters of usable vol­ume, have a touch screen dis­play, con­vec­tion and grill func­tions, and recessed switch­es. The num­ber of heat­ing modes in the first ver­sion is 11 pieces, and in the sec­ond — only 7. More­over, in the first mod­el, pro­tec­tion of set­tings from chil­dren is imple­ment­ed. The cost lev­el is con­sis­tent­ly high: 39 and 33 thou­sand rubles, respec­tive­ly.

DARINA

Rat­ing: 3.9


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The man­u­fac­tur­er of bud­get elec­tric ovens DARINA is very pop­u­lar among Russ­ian con­sumers. The com­pa­ny man­aged to move away from asceti­cism in terms of the design of its equip­ment, and give it more cor­rect, “noble” fea­tures. Togeth­er with good qual­i­ty and tight­ened reli­a­bil­i­ty, this has become one of the main cat­a­lysts for increas­ing demand. All this has made the com­pa­ny a for­mi­da­ble com­peti­tor to pre­mi­um brands that oper­ate in sev­er­al price seg­ments at once.

In the case of DARINA, the rec­om­men­da­tions for buy­ing will be the 1U BDE111 707 W and 1V5 BDE111 705 B mod­els. By and large, the dif­fer­ence between them lies in the col­or and design of the switch knobs. The first comes to the mar­ket in white with rotary han­dles, and the sec­ond in black with recessed han­dles. Oth­er­wise, almost com­plete iden­ti­ty: 50 liters of usable vol­ume, con­vec­tion and grill func­tions, 9 heat­ing modes and A‑class ener­gy con­sump­tion.

See also: 11 best mini ovens

Gefest

Rat­ing: 3.8


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The GEFEST trade­mark belongs to the large hold­ing Brestga­zoap­pa­rat, head­quar­tered in Belarus. In the range of ovens you can find gas, elec­tric and com­bined mod­els for any price seg­ment. Yes, the vari­ety of ovens can­not be com­pared with the title man­u­fac­tur­ers of the mar­ket, but the com­pa­ny is sat­is­fied with every­thing: the reduced price makes their prod­ucts com­pet­i­tive.

As exam­ples of ovens, we high­light the elec­tric mod­el GEFEST DA 602–02 with the func­tions of grill, con­vec­tion, spit, the pres­ence of hydrol­y­sis clean­ing and secu­ri­ty sys­tems. In addi­tion, the mod­el has a pleas­ant appear­ance, has a con­ve­nient elec­tron­ic timer and mechan­i­cal knobs for set­ting oper­at­ing modes.

A vari­ant of the gas oven, GEFEST DGE 621–01, also has a skew­er and grill, but is equipped with a gas con­trol func­tion instead of elec­tri­cal safe­ty nets. The mod­el has an ele­gant black body with three han­dles for con­trol­ling the oper­at­ing modes. Very reli­able and effi­cient machine.

Beko

Rat­ing: 3.8


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Beko is an inex­pen­sive rep­re­sen­ta­tive of the oven seg­ment. The main part of the prod­ucts in its range is elec­tri­cal, and it is here that the man­u­fac­tur­er has achieved very good tech­ni­cal results. For exam­ple, almost all ovens have a smart air fil­tra­tion func­tion that oper­ates on 2 or 3 lev­els inside the cab­i­net. This allows you to avoid mix­ing smells and cook sev­er­al dish­es at the same time.

As a wor­thy exam­ple of a prod­uct from Beko, we want to high­light the BCM 12300 X. This mod­el has 48 liters of vol­ume and allows you to bring the tem­per­a­ture inside up to 280 degrees Cel­sius. The con­trol takes place using a touch screen with child pro­tec­tion, and among the addi­tion­al func­tions are con­vec­tion mode and the pres­ence of a grill. Sec­ond con­tender: Beko BIE 21300 B with 6 heat­ing modes up to a tem­per­a­ture of 250 degrees Cel­sius. Almost com­plete­ly repeats the con­trol pat­terns of the pre­vi­ous mod­el, how­ev­er, it has the func­tion of hydrol­y­sis clean­ing and is per­formed only in a styl­ish black case.

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