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3 Reasons For
Bosch Has Good Reviews for Its Ovens
We checked the reviews from users and experts of hundreds of ovens to determine an average rating for each oven manufacturer. On average ovens produced by Bosch have good ratings from experts and owners.
Features Top and Bottom Heating
The Bosch HBM53R550B features top and bottom heating, which is unusual. Most of the other ovens of a comparable type and age to the HBM53R550B do not feature top and bottom heating.
It may also be worth considering one of the alternative ovens which feature top and bottom heating currently available including cheaper ovens such as the HBG675BB1 (£599.00), or the HBG675BW1 (£742.08) both from Bosch or the Siemens HB672GBS1 (£559.00).
Quite Big 2nd Oven Interior Capacity
The 2nd oven interior capacities of ovens that are a similar age to the HBM53R550B range from 35L to 71L, and the average 2nd oven interior capacity is 44L. With a 2nd oven interior capacity of 66 liters, the HBM53R550B has one of the bigger 2nd oven interior capacities amongst comparable spec ovens of this age.
2 Reasons Against
Quite Small Primary Oven Capacity
When compared to other similar spec ovens that have been around for around the same time as the HBM53R550B that we have assessed, the primary oven capacity of the Bosch HBM53R550B of only 35 liters is one of the smallest. The primary oven capacities of similar spec ovens that were released one year ago range from 29L to 110L, and the average primary oven capacity is 66L.
Quite High Conventional Energy Consumption
At 0.96 kilowatt hours, the HBM53R550B has a fairly high conventional energy consumption compared to most of the other big interior capacity ovens that have been around for a similar time to the HBM53R550B. The conventional energy consumptions of big interior capacity ovens that have been around for a similar time to the HBM53R550B range from 0.56kWh to 1.5kWh, and the average conventional energy consumption is 0.9kWh.
4 Other reasons to consider the Bosch HBM53R550B
Released Over a Year Ago
This big interior capacity oven was released over a year ago.
Two Separate Ovens
The HBM53R550B is a two separate oven oven. That's average compared to the other 211 big interior capacity ovens that have been around for more than a year that we have assessed the number of separate ovens of.
It may also be worth considering one of the alternative 2 separate ovens currently available including the U17M42S3GB (£668.99), or the U17M52N3GB (£854.99) both from Neff or the AEG NC7013001M (£494.99) which is cheaper.
At 595 millimeters, the HBM53R550B has a relatively average width compared to most of the other ovens that have been around for around the same time as the HBM53R550B.
If you would consider a oven with a wider width then you might want to look at the Bosch HBG676ES1 (£853.02) (595mm).
+2 Other reasons
With a depth of 550 millimeters, the Bosch HBM53R550B has a pretty typical depth compared to most of the other ovens of this age and type.
There are a number of other 550mm deep ovens currently available which you might want to look at including the U17M42S3GB (£668.99), the U17M52N3GB (£854.99), or the U15E52S3GB (£799.00) all from Neff which is cheaper.