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Best ovens 2021

Best ovens 2021: Top Samsung and LG stoves
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Buying the best oven for your home means you can master the kitchen in one appliance. With cooktops on the top, and either single or double ovens below, these built-in appliances will allow you to cook enough dishes for the whole family, all in one go.

If you have a smaller home or aren’t cooking for a large family, choosing a single oven will be your best bet. Some of these ovens are smart and can act as a double oven when needed, and others come with storage drawers, warming zones, and self-cleaning functions. The type of oven is important too - many prefer convection ovens because they use a fan to evenly cook your meals. Some have modes that can grill and even air fry your food, giving you full culinary range in your own home. For our top picks of the best ovens of 2021, keep reading.

We also have guides to the best electric ranges and best gas ranges, as well as electric wall double ovens, so if you don’t find the right oven for you below, there are plenty of options across the rest of the site. 

 1. GE JB655YKFS: Best oven 


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The GE JB655YKFS is a great mid-price oven that has a good capacity and excellent features.

Large capacity  
Delay bake function 
Dual burners
Controls are at the back 

The GE JB655YKFS is a great oven that is available in six different colors. Inside the oven, you can expect 5.3 cubic-feet of space and the cooktop offers five burner elements, one of which is designed to keep your food warm once it’s cooked. Two of the cooktops have dual burners which can be expanded to fit larger pans, or run on a smaller size for day-to-day cooking.

The control knobs are positioned at the back of this oven, and while this creates more space on the 30-inch cooktop, some users report that this can get in the way of pans and larger pots. Standout features include the delay bake setting which allows you to program your oven to start baking at a later time. The delay setting can also be used with the self-clean mode, meaning you can leave your oven to clean while you’re not in the room and come back to a spotless cooker. 

2. Frigidaire GCRE3060AF: Best smart oven

GCRE3060AF oven

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Frigidaire GCRE3060AF

The Frigidaire GCRE3060AF has in-built air frying and triple burner elements.

Air fry mode
Steam clean
Generous size
Hard to clean

The Frigidaire GCRE3060AF is a great option for those willing to spend a little more. It’s not unreasonably priced, but it is above average for a single oven range. This oven has an in-built air fryer mode that will work just as well as a countertop appliance to create crispy fried foods, without the oil. The oven has a large 5.7-cubic feet capacity, and three shelves that will allow you to cook all sorts of dishes simultaneously. Its controls are digital, and you can adjust temperature using the dials which sit at the back of the cooktop.

The cooktop on the Frigidaire GCRE3060AF is electric, and notoriously tough to clean. It’s got some great elements going for it though, such as a triple burner that adjusts from six, nine, or 12 inches as required. It also features a dual burner with quick boil mode, and a warming cooktop for keeping food fresh once it’s cooked.

3. GE Profile PTD9000SNSS Double Wall Electric Oven: Best oven for bakers 

GE Profile PTD9000SNSS Double Wall Electric Oven review

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GE Profile PTD9000SNSS Double Wall Electric Oven

The GE Profile PTD9000SNSS Double Wall Electric Oven is ideal for home bakers due to its in-oven camera and self-cleaning function.

 Large capacity 
 In-oven camera 
 One-year warranty 
 Only one color option 

The GE Profile PTD9000SNSS Double Wall Electric Oven is one of the best ovens for bakers due to its spaces double capacity and clever features like the in-built camera so that you can check on your cakes, without letting heat out of the oven resulting in some slumped bakes. 

It’s not just cakes this double oven has been designed to cook either. The GE Profile PTD9000SNSS Double Wall Electric Oven also has an air frying mode and other features which make using it a breeze. The oven is self-cleaning, has gliding racks, and has soft-closing doors. 

4. Samsung NE58F9710WS: Best oven range  

Samsung NE58F9710WS oven review

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Samsung NE58F9710WS

The Samsung NE58F9710WS oven is ideal for roasting and baking and can act as a double oven.

 You can operate the oven in two halves 
 Handy features 
 Small display 

The Samsung NE58F9710WS is an electric oven range that is a good all-rounder. It has a gas oven and an electric cooker top. The clever feature of the Samsung oven range is that it comes complete with a removable divider, which means you can separate the oven so that it functions at two different temperatures.

The Samsung NE58F9710WS offers a 5.8 cubic feet capacity, steam cleaning, and five heating elements. The heating elements on the cooktop offer flexible cooking, with an expandable burner, and a warming area too. Another feature that offers flexibility is that the three oven racks can be configured in a choice of seven rack positions. 

5. Electrolux E130EF45QS Electric Range: Best electric range oven 

Electrolux E130EF45QS Electric Range review

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Electrolux E130EF45QS Electric Range

The Electrolux E130EF45QS Electric Range is an electric range oven that has six cooking modes and a self-cleaning function.

 Warming drawer 
 Long warranty  
 Smaller oven capacity  
 Self-clean function isn’t very powerful 

The Electrolux E130EF45QS Electric Range oven has 4.6 cubic feet of cooking space, making it one of the smallest in our guide. What this oven lacks in capacity, however, it makes up for in features. 

The Electrolux has six cooking functionalities which include a Keep Warm feature. As well as that, there’s also a warming drawer. While this electric range oven does come with a self-cleaning mode, it isn’t overly effective and the smaller oven capacity may be a big drawback for those with larger households.