The Hotpoint DH53K Electric Double Oven offers efficient, reliable cooking in an attractive black finish. With its 65-litre fan assisted main oven and an additional 35-litre conventional oven, the...
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7 Reasons For
Hotpoint Has Good Reviews for Its Ovens
Hotpoint ovens have good ratings on average and across all ovens Hotpoint is one of the superior brands.
One Hotpoint DH53 owner who bought it reckoned that it was well made.
Large Oven Size
The Hotpoint DH53 has a bigger oven size than most comparable spec ovens that have been around for more than a year. This Hotpoint oven has a Large oven size, whereas most comparable spec ovens that are a similar age to it have a Medium (45 - 75 l total capacity) oven size.
This oven's oven size (Large) is actually the best oven size across all ovens of a comparable type and age to the DH53.
A Small oven size is the worst oven size amongst similar types of oven.
Fairly Big Primary Oven Capacity
At 74 liters, the Hotpoint DH53 has a quite big primary oven capacity compared to most of the other ovens that were released more than a year ago. The smallest primary oven capacity of ovens of this spec and age is 22L, the biggest is 74L, and the average primary oven capacity is 56L.
Very Low Conventional Energy Consumption
The Hotpoint DH53 has one of the lower conventional energy consumptions (only 0.78 kilowatt hours) amongst ovens of this age. The lowest conventional energy consumption of ovens of this spec and age is 0.78kWh and the highest is 1.1kWh.
This oven has an Electronic timer, which is typical of many ovens of a comparable age and spec to it.
+2 More reasons for
Very Low Maximum Power Consumption
The Hotpoint DH53 has one of the lower maximum power consumptions (only 790 Watts) amongst ovens of this age. The average maximum power consumption of ovens that have been on the market for more than a year is 890W.
3 Reasons Against
Does Not Feature Top and Bottom Heating
Most ovens that were released more than a year ago do not feature top and bottom heating. The Hotpoint DH53 is no exception to this as it too does not feature top and bottom heating.
At 50.2 kilograms, the Hotpoint DH53 is quite heavy compared to most of the other ovens of a similar age and type to the DH53. The lightest oven of this age and spec is 13kg weight and the heaviest is 99kg.
Fairly High Forced Convection Energy Consumption
Ovens that have been on the market for a similar time to the DH53 have forced convection energy consumption of between 0.7kWh and 1.1kWh. With a forced convection energy consumption of 0.92 kilowatt hours, the Hotpoint DH53 has one of the higher forced convection energy consumption amongst ovens of this age.
1 Other reason to consider the Hotpoint DH53
Released Over a Year Ago
It was over a year ago when this oven was released.
Be VERY careful ording from this retailer. Their refund policy is a strict 7 days ONLY. They DO NOT have an exchange policy. This oven was noted as STANDARD, it IS NOT! It will NOT fit in a... Read more…