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Siemens CB635GBS1
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Siemens CB635GBS1 Oven

47L Electric 1 Feb 2015
Total Oven(s) Interior Capacity Oven Type Oven Top and Bottom Heating Release Date Energy Efficiency Rating
Medium size
Features top and bottom heating
Quite low energy consumption (conventional)

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Released Over Two Years Ago

It was February 2015 when Siemens released the CB635GBS1.


Features Top and Bottom Heating

The CB635GBS1 features top and bottom heating, as do most of the other similar spec ovens that have been available for a comparable time to this oven.

There are a number of alternative ovens which also feature top and bottom heating that you might want to consider including the HE23BD510, or the HB674GBS1 (£699) both from Siemens or the Smeg SF9315XR (£699).

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Medium Size

This oven has a Medium (45 - 75 l total capacity) oven size, which is typical of many ovens that have been available for more than two years.

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One Oven

The Siemens CB635GBS1 is a one oven oven. That's average compared to the other 1,060 single ovens that were launched around the same time as this oven that we have assessed the number of ovens of.

Alternative 1 ovens currently available which you might want to look at include the Siemens HB676GBS1 (£649) which is cheaper.

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47 Liters Total Oven(s) Interior Capacity

This is a 47 liters interior capacity oven.

We compared this oven to all the other 47L interior capacity ovens and we think the Siemens CB675GBS1 (£550) which is cheaper is also worth considering.

If this Siemens oven total oven(s) interior capacity is too small for you then you might want to consider the Gorenje BCM547S12X (£569) (50L and cheaper), or the Stoves SGB600MFSe (£599) (58L and cheaper).

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Quite Low Energy Consumption (conventional)

At only 0.73 kilowatt hours, the CB635GBS1 has a very low energy consumption (conventional) compared to most of the other single ovens that were launched more than two years ago. The energy consumption (conventional) of similar spec ovens that have been around for around the same time as this oven range from 0.54kWh to 1,300kWh.

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Has a Child Lock

The CB635GBS1 has a child lock. Most of the other ovens of a similar age and type to this oven also have a child lock.

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Product Identifiers

Manufacturer Part Numbers siemens cb635gbs1
Barcodes 04242003672341

Siemens CB635GBS1 Review Sources

To prepare this Siemens CB635GBS1 review we compared this oven to 2,201 other models. For each oven that we compared, we collated thousands of pieces of information including technical specs, reviews, and prices. In total we analysed 286,479 product attributes, 946 oven reviews and 1,979,900 historical oven prices from 0 oven retailers. We then picked out the standout features of this oven compared to the other models as well as any areas where this oven is lacking.

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