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Bosch HBG676ES6
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Bosch HBG676ES6 Oven

71L Electric Grill 1 May 2016
Interior Capacity Oven Type Cooking Type Separate Oven Release Date
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6 Reasons For

Just Released Eight Months Ago

This big interior capacity oven was released just eight months ago.

Medium (45 - 75 L Total Capacity) Oven Size

The oven size of this oven is Medium (45 - 75 l total capacity), which is typical of many ovens that came out in the last 12 months.

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Bosch Has Good Oven Reviews

Bosch is one of the superior oven brands according to average owner and expert review score data that we have collected for all ovens.

Features Top and Bottom Heating

The HBG676ES6 features top and bottom heating, which is unusual. Most of the other ovens that are a comparable age to the HBG676ES6 do not feature top and bottom heating.

Alternative ovens which also feature top and bottom heating that you might want to consider include the HBG676EW6[pl_3720828_price], or the HRG6769S6[pl_3726918_price] both from Bosch or the Miele H 2661-1 BP[plb_3247435_price].

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Shallow

Across all the latest similar spec ovens the depths range from 530mm to 600mm. The HBG676ES6 is fairly shallow (only 548 millimeters) compared to most of the other ovens that were released around the same time as the HBG676ES6.

Alternative 548mm deep ovens currently available which you might also want to look at include cheaper ovens such as the HBG6764B1B[pl_3230191_price], or the HBG6764S1[pl_3403455_price] both from Bosch.

Ovens with a deeper depth that might be worth considering include the Bosch HRG6769S2[plb_3346499_price] (548mm).

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Very Low Conventional Energy Consumption

The lowest conventional energy consumption of ovens that were released in the last year is 0.87kWh, the highest is 4.8kWh, and the average conventional energy consumption is 1kWh. The HBG676ES6 has one of the lower conventional energy consumptions (only 0.87 kilowatt hours) amongst comparable spec ovens of this age.

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1 Reason Against

Quite Small Primary Oven Capacity

Similar spec ovens that have been available for the last year have primary oven capacities of between 32L and 82L, and the average primary oven capacity is 72L. At only 71 liters, the Bosch HBG676ES6 has a fairly small primary oven capacity compared to most of the other recently released big interior capacity ovens.

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2 Other reasons to consider the Bosch HBG676ES6

One Separate Oven

Compared to the other 83 recently released big interior capacity ovens that we have assessed the number of separate ovens of, the HBG676ES6 is a one separate oven oven which is average.

It may also be worth considering one of the other 1 separate ovens currently available including the Bosch HBG6764B1B[plb_3230191_price] which is cheaper.

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Average Width

At 595 millimeters, the HBG676ES6 has a fairly average width compared to most of the other similar spec ovens that are a comparable age to the HBG676ES6.

We compared this oven to all the other 595mm wide ovens and we think cheaper ovens such as the HBG6764B1B[pl_3230191_price], and the HBG6764S1[pl_3403455_price] both from Bosch is also worth considering.

Other ovens with a wider width that you might want to look at include the Bosch HRG6769S2[plb_3346499_price] (595mm).

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Specification

Oven
Interior Capacity
Oven Type
Cooking Type
Separate Oven
Cleaning Type
Interior Light
Self-Cleaning
Primary Oven Capacity
Oven Size
Design
Interior Material
Lamp Type
Lamp
Door Hinge
Display Type
Built-In Display
Cable Length
Integrated Clock
Control Position
Control Type
Oven Colour
Case Design
Door
Screen Display Diagonal
Ergonomics
Fast Heat Function
Child Lock
Residual Heat Indicator
Timer
Performance
Top and Bottom Heating
Maximum Door Temperature
Power
Energy Efficiency Class
Current
AC Input Frequency
AC Input Voltage
Forced Convection Energy Consumption
Conventional Energy Consumption
Connected Load
Energy Efficiency Index (EEI)
Weight & Dimensions
Package Weight
Height
Depth
Width
Weight
Installation Compartment Height
Installation Compartment Depth
Installation Compartment Width
Packaging Content
Baking Tray
Other Features
On/off Light
Cooking Functions & Programs
Auto Program
Reheat Function
Defrost Function
Conventional Cooking
Grill
Convection Cooking

Product Identifiers

Manufacturer Part Numbers bosch hbg676es6
Barcodes 04242002911335

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