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Bosch Ovens - New Models vs. Old

Posted by steve_889 (My Page) on
Fri, Apr 25, 14 at 13:19

Looking at the Bosch 500 and 800 double ovens. I notice that the current model numbers are 5651 and 8651 while older ones are 5650 and 8650. Controls are different. Anybody have the newer models? Happy with them?
It also seems like the differences between the 500 &800 are the control panels, timer and a telescoping rack in the 800. Really worth an additional $350?


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RE: Bosch Ovens - New Models vs. Old

Good catch, Steve_889. I'm off to look at appliances again this morning, and will ask.
My Bosch oven Q is whether anyone has seen the white one, its a 500-series oven, and I want to know if its the glossy glass-like white, or white metal. If I learn anything interesting, I will report back.


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RE: Bosch Ovens - New Models vs. Old

Also, new this month, the Bosch Benchmark series ovens and product line. I've asked the question about the white Bosch as well, wondering if it's similar to the Miele white finish.


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RE: Bosch Ovens - New Models vs. Old

Local store is having a sale today but, no Bosch on the floor. They do carry the new model but I got the "sale price good today only. . ." Routine and left. Bad as buying a car!


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RE: Bosch Ovens - New Models vs. Old

I'm a serious baker with a Bosch 500 series oven. It works like a dream so I'm happy not to have spent the extra $$$ for the 800 series. In fact, it was in my plans to order a gliding rack to replace a standard. However, the regular ones slide so easily that I never saw the need to spend the extra and the order was never placed.


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