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Bosch HBS573BS0B Pyrolytic Built-In Single Oven, Stainless Steel - £359.10 delivered @ Argos / eBay
Posted 2nd Oct 2020

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Good quality oven with special pyrolytic function.

Just thought the price was good since John Lewis sell the same model for £629

10% is automatically deducted at checkout.

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Get perfect results every time with this built-in single oven from Bosch. The 3D Hot Air function distributes heat quickly and evenly throughout the oven, making it possible to cook on up to three levels simultaneously - sweet and savoury dishes can be cooked at the same time without mixing flavours. With AutoPilot 10 you can cook your meal to perfection, the program determines the cooking mode, temperature and cooking duration. It even switches off the program towards the end of the cooking time.

Cleaning the oven by hand can be very exhausting and time-consuming.





Overview:

• Digital clock.
• Programmable digital display timer.
• LED display.
• Door window glazing: triple glazed.
• Defrost function.
• Dial control.

Main cavity:

• Multifunction oven cavity with 5 shelves.
• 71 litre capacity.
• Interior light.
• Main cavity door hinge position: bottom.
• Pyrolytic cleaning.
• Easy clean interior.
• Removable inner glass door for easy cleaning.
• Energy efficiency rating A.
• Energy consumption 0.99kWh.

Grill:

• Electric (full width) grill.
• Combined with oven.
• Grill tray included (no handle).

Dimensions:

• Oven size H59.5, W59.4, D54.8cm.
• D55cm).
• Fits in eye level worktop.
• Fits under worktop.

General information:
• Child lock.
• Manufacturer's 5 year guarantee.

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Community Updates
Bosch HSB573BS0B Series 4 pyroltic oven - 13 AMP rated.
See connection section : bosch-home.co.uk/pro…S0B
40 Comments
I’ve never heard of a drunk oven before!
Edited by: "jona77" 2nd Oct
The great thing about the Bosch range of in-built ovens, including this one, is that they are 13 amp rated. A relative recently bought a Hisense oven, great price - great ratings, but what they didn't know was that it was 16 amp rated and required a dedicated cooker power line. The advantage of the Bosch is that they can be connected up to an existing fused spur or you can put a plug on it and plug it into a standard ring main socket.
Vorsprung Durch Technik of ovens.
Perfect timing as lookoing for one and great deal - currently £599 Very and £598 Ao.com so cracking price

Thanks OP !!
I would advise anyone considering buying a pyrolytic oven to do a little research first.
It seems there is a possibility that the oven components do not stand up to the high temperatures experienced during the cleaning cycle, leading to premature oven failure.
May be BS but makes sense to me.

That possibility, combined with then large price premium for pyrolysis, would make me choose an enamel or catalytic one every time.
I have NEVER seen an ordinary oven that could not be cleaned with as little tlc.
How often does your oven suffer a major disaster that would necessitate pyrolytic cleaning?

Only downside for me in ruling out this function is that the manufactures seem only to offer their higher spec ovens with pyrolysis.
I realise you dont have to use it, but it means you end up paying for much more than just the higher specification.
Edited by: "dvdvicar" 2nd Oct
dvdvicar02/10/2020 06:00

I would advise anyone considering buying a pyrolytic oven to do a little …I would advise anyone considering buying a pyrolytic oven to do a little research first.It seems there is a possibility that the oven components do not stand up to the high temperatures experienced during the cleaning cycle, leading to premature oven failure.May be be BS but makes sense to me.That possibility, combined with then large price premium for pyrolysis, would make me choose an enamel or catalytic one every time.I have NEVER seen an ordinary oven that could not be cleaned with as little tlc.How often does your oven suffer a major disaster that would necessitate pyrolytic cleaning?Only downside for me in ruling out this function is that the manufactures seem only to offer their higher spec ovens with pyrolysis.I realise you dont have to use it, but it means you end up paying for much more than just the higher specification.


Have you ever owned a pyrolytic oven? I’m guessing not from your post but you read something on google so it must be true?

Seriously I’ve had mine for over 10 years, a Siemens and they are great. No issues with any components and why wouldn’t you want an oven that cleans itself? Yes you can do it yourself, just like you can change gear in a manual car but an auto is easier!
Have got mine replaced twice after 6 months due to failure of electric component on one and temperature sensor on the other, now on 3rd one. I’m not happy about that considering what I paid...expected quality product from Bosch
Ordered. There was even an extra £5 off from a mystery voucher that appeared. Ta op
Ordered too. Have been looking for a replacement oven for a while. This seems to be a pyrolytic oven at the same price as a ceramic oven so worthwhile even if you don't use the self clean function much.
'Self cleaning' always makes me smirk.......

Does it actually work ?
dvdvicar02/10/2020 06:00

I would advise anyone considering buying a pyrolytic oven to do a little …I would advise anyone considering buying a pyrolytic oven to do a little research first.It seems there is a possibility that the oven components do not stand up to the high temperatures experienced during the cleaning cycle, leading to premature oven failure.May be be BS but makes sense to me.That possibility, combined with then large price premium for pyrolysis, would make me choose an enamel or catalytic one every time.I have NEVER seen an ordinary oven that could not be cleaned with as little tlc.How often does your oven suffer a major disaster that would necessitate pyrolytic cleaning?Only downside for me in ruling out this function is that the manufactures seem only to offer their higher spec ovens with pyrolysis.I realise you dont have to use it, but it means you end up paying for much more than just the higher specification.


Same with frost free freezers they breakdown loads more than standard ones.
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Yeah that's another one 'frost free'
Ouzoherb02/10/2020 08:28

Same with frost free freezers they breakdown loads more than standard ones.


That simply isn’t true.

Are you scared of ALL technology? Or just in appliances?
HorseBoxGuy02/10/2020 08:45

That simply isn’t true. Are you scared of ALL technology? Or just in a …That simply isn’t true. Are you scared of ALL technology? Or just in appliances?


Im only passing on what the samsung repair man said to me as he scrapped my 3 year old frost free fridge freezer under warranty. He said most break within 5 years whereas the old tech ones will last 10-15 years. Why would I be scared , reporting your comment as a personal insult.
Ouzoherb02/10/2020 08:51

Im only passing on what the samsung repair man said to me as he scrapped …Im only passing on what the samsung repair man said to me as he scrapped my 3 year old frost free fridge freezer under warranty. He said most break within 5 years whereas the old tech ones will last 10-15 years. Why would I be scared , reporting your comment as a personal insult.


lol. Really?

Wow.
Ouzoherb02/10/2020 08:51

Im only passing on what the samsung repair man said to me as he scrapped …Im only passing on what the samsung repair man said to me as he scrapped my 3 year old frost free fridge freezer under warranty. He said most break within 5 years whereas the old tech ones will last 10-15 years. Why would I be scared , reporting your comment as a personal insult.


I've got a Beko frost free freezer for 10 years and still going strong
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Thanks to our integrated what?
Why is this priced high compared to other ovens. What's special about it?
trex02/10/2020 08:59

Why is this priced high compared to other ovens. What's special about it?


A) It’s a Bosch.

B) It’s a Pyrolytic (self cleaning basically) oven.
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freddyfender02/10/2020 08:00

'Self cleaning' always makes me smirk.......Does it actually work ?


Yep, heats the oven up to 500°c and literally turns the baked on food to white ash, once cooled it simply wipes off. Once you've owned one you won't change back.
Fantastic price I think the 5-year warranty is still available as an offer?
checkley7302/10/2020 07:24

Have you ever owned a pyrolytic oven? I’m guessing not from your post but y …Have you ever owned a pyrolytic oven? I’m guessing not from your post but you read something on google so it must be true?Seriously I’ve had mine for over 10 years, a Siemens and they are great. No issues with any components and why wouldn’t you want an oven that cleans itself? Yes you can do it yourself, just like you can change gear in a manual car but an auto is easier!


Can I take it you didn't read or chose to ignore my caveat of "May be BS but makes sense to me."
Edited by: "dvdvicar" 2nd Oct
What the chances of receiving £70 cashback?
bosch-home.co.uk/cho…ion
Edited by: "mk47941" 2nd Oct
mk4794102/10/2020 09:33

What the chances of receiving £70 …What the chances of receiving £70 cashback?https://www.bosch-home.co.uk/choice-promotion


Is it a listed retailer ? I couldn’t find the list
Ordered for my new kitchen. Thanks OP
DJUD02/10/2020 09:36

Is it a listed retailer ? I couldn’t find the list


I rang them. Not available as it’s via ebay. Cheaper to get from Argos direct if cashback works but no stock!
DJUD02/10/2020 09:36

Is it a listed retailer ? I couldn’t find the list


Argos is, but not not sure if they'll accept argos ebay
dvdvicar02/10/2020 06:00

I would advise anyone considering buying a pyrolytic oven to do a little …I would advise anyone considering buying a pyrolytic oven to do a little research first.It seems there is a possibility that the oven components do not stand up to the high temperatures experienced during the cleaning cycle, leading to premature oven failure.May be BS but makes sense to me.That possibility, combined with then large price premium for pyrolysis, would make me choose an enamel or catalytic one every time.I have NEVER seen an ordinary oven that could not be cleaned with as little tlc.How often does your oven suffer a major disaster that would necessitate pyrolytic cleaning?Only downside for me in ruling out this function is that the manufactures seem only to offer their higher spec ovens with pyrolysis.I realise you dont have to use it, but it means you end up paying for much more than just the higher specification.



It isn't the heat, any components that are vulnerable to heat are well protected, as they are in any oven as even those temperatures aren't really hot by the standard of what you can make an oven do. It is usually that they are top of the range machines which means they have way more things to go wrong and way more systems in them that will detect something wrong and make you get it fixed.
Out of stock now, shame as it would have been perfect for us.
What doesn’t make sense is writing about something you read somewhere you think could be BS about a product you’ve never owned. Pyro is a great feature you should try it.
jesusbuiltmyhotrod02/10/2020 11:18

Out of stock now, shame as it would have been perfect for us.


You can still get one for £450 I think but includes installation and recycling old oven
piestermiester02/10/2020 12:29

You can still get one for £450 I think but includes installation and …You can still get one for £450 I think but includes installation and recycling old oven


I've just found it for £399 plus £70 cashback...
mk4794103/10/2020 11:08

https://ao.com/product/hbs573bs0b-bosch-serie-4-electric-single-oven-stainless-steel-55494-45.aspx


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Does anyone know if the steam function on an electric oven makes much difference? We're switching from gas.
mk4794103/10/2020 11:08

https://ao.com/product/hbs573bs0b-bosch-serie-4-electric-single-oven-stainless-steel-55494-45.aspx


£540
lozmeister02/10/2020 23:28

Link...


You can now get This in John Lwesis for £399 Less £20 promo codec and £70 Bosch cash back. I have posted deal today.
piestermiester06/10/2020 06:48

You can now get This in John Lwesis for £399 Less £20 promo codec and £70 B …You can now get This in John Lwesis for £399 Less £20 promo codec and £70 Bosch cash back. I have posted deal today.


Thanks, however now looking for a double integrated oven - any recommendations?
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