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5 Reasons For
On average Hotpoint big interior capacity ovens have good ratings as do all ovens built by Hotpoint.
Excellent Owner Reviews
On average, based on 8 owner reviews the average owner rating of this Hotpoint oven is 90%.
Large (more Than 75 L Total Capacity) Oven Size
The UHS53X S has a Large (more than 75 l total capacity) oven size which is bigger than most ovens that have been on the market for a similar time to it. Most ovens that came out around the same time as it have a Medium (45 - 75 l total capacity) oven size.
This oven's oven size (Large (more than 75 l total capacity)) is actually the best oven size across all ovens of a similar age and type to the UHS53X S.
A Medium (45 - 75 l total capacity) oven size is the worst oven size across comparable types of oven.
Two Separate Ovens
Most of the other ovens that came out more than a year ago only have one separate oven, however the UHS53X S has two separate ovens.
We compared this oven to all the other 2 separate ovens and we think the Electrolux EOU5420A (£294.00), and the Beko OTF22300X (£180.00) which is cheaper is also worth considering.
The average width of ovens that were launched more than a year ago is 600mm, and the widths range from 540mm to 1,200mm. When compared to other similar spec ovens that have been on the market for around the same time as the UHS53X S that we have assessed, the Hotpoint UHS53X S's width of only 590 millimeters is one of the narrowest.
We compared this oven to all the other 590mm wide ovens and we think the DHS53 (£150.00), and the UH53 (£199.00) both from Hotpoint which is cheaper is also worth considering.
If you would consider a oven with a wider width then you might want to look at the Hotpoint DHS51X (£285.00) (590mm).
5 Reasons Against
Poor Product Quality
One Hotpoint UHS53X S owner mentioned in their reviews that the Hotpoint UHS53X S was not good quality. Gf said in their review on Amazon “These are very poor quality and prone to break during installation”.
Price Increase of £54.02
The price of the UHS53X S has increased by £54.02 in the last 49 days.
Does Not Feature Top and Bottom Heating
Most similar spec ovens that were released more than a year ago do not feature top and bottom heating. The UHS53X S is no exception to this as it too does not feature top and bottom heating.
We compared this oven to all the other ovens with a top and bottom heating and we think the Gorenje BC613E11XK (£323.54), or the Zanussi ZOA35802 (£215.99) which is also cheaper is also worth considering.
Quite Small Primary Oven Capacity
The primary oven capacities of big interior capacity ovens that have been available for around the same time as the UHS53X S range from 29L to 110L, and the average primary oven capacity is 66L. At only 59 liters, the Hotpoint UHS53X S has a fairly small primary oven capacity compared to most of the other comparable spec ovens that are a similar age to the UHS53X S.
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Very High Forced Convection Energy Consumption
The forced convection energy consumption of ovens of a comparable type and age to the UHS53X S range from 0.63kWh to 1.2kWh. At 1.05 kilowatt hours, the Hotpoint UHS53X S has a very high forced convection energy consumption compared to most of the other comparable spec ovens that were launched around the same time as the UHS53X S.
The dimensions as published include metal stands, and the height of oven itself is about 6 inches less than the advertised size. Therefore, if it is intended to go into an existing fitted space,... Read more…