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Hello, I am buying a new kitchen over the next couple of weeks and have decided on Neff appliances to go with it. I would appreciate any tips / suggestions on where I may get the best deals. I…
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8y, 5m agoPosted 8 years, 5 months ago
Hello,

I am buying a new kitchen over the next couple of weeks and have decided on Neff appliances to go with it. I would appreciate any tips / suggestions on where I may get the best deals.

Items I am looking for include:

Neff T4243 60 cm 4 burner induction hob
Neff B6784 elect. Oven vith microwave
Neff B8732 elect steam oven

Many thanks.
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8y, 5m agoPosted 8 years, 5 months ago
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#1
Hi Can't give you any specific places to get these appliances from but just to let you know we have had our kitchen complete with Neff cooker hood, whashing machine and dishwhasher for 6 years and used everyday and they have never gone wrong! Good choice for you i say:)
#2
Try this comparison site:

http://www.whiteboxdeals.co.uk/Default.aspx

ps, most of the retailers also give you cashback on Quidco so check before purchasing
#3
just a quick point on the induction hob. you do know that they dont work with all types of pan, only iron based. copper bottomed and Aluminium dont work.

just in case you have a favourite set of pans, best to check.:thumbsup:
#4
Many thanks for the tips and recommendations so far.

@mikebike: Glad to hear you've been a long-term Neff fan. :)

@choc1969: Thanks for the comparison site. Very useful. Looks like Kitchen Science is the cheapest (but risky) option. :whistling:

@ianstanley: Yes, I was aware of the requirement around the types of pans that can be used with induction hobs. Thanks for the warning. :thumbsup:

Reps added. 8-)
#5
Just to add, we have a Neff ceramic hob, built in hood and fan oven. We got this second hand about 10 years ago for £50. The person we brought it off was redesigning their kitchen (no faults with aplliances) and they had owned it for 15 years. So its now 25 year old and still going strong. Used all the time for baking etc too, so not just sat there for show. So youre making a good choice.
Just one thing though and that is one of the rings has gone and to have it repaired by a local man is £130 for the part and i think about £20 for him to do it so we havent bothered.
I found your thread by searching for induction as thats what im looking to get too.
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kulworld
Many thanks for the tips and recommendations so far.

@mikebike: Glad to hear you've been a long-term Neff fan. :)

@choc1969: Thanks for the comparison site. Very useful. Looks like Kitchen Science is the cheapest (but risky) option. :whistling:

@ianstanley: Yes, I was aware of the requirement around the types of pans that can be used with induction hobs. Thanks for the warning. :thumbsup:

Reps added. 8-)


We have Neff kitchen. Superb stuff especially the dish washer. There is a site somewhere run by an independent engineer repairer who says this sort of stuff is his dream to work on. Says they are over engineered really for the job they do, but ...

Bought Miele washer from Kichen Science. No problems whatsoever. Delivered quickly etc. Think they are the internet sales thingy of the year, or something. Felt as though we were bombarded with emails unprompted telling us each stage of the order/delivery - Trevor is just having a cuppa before loading his van and he should be with you tomorrow, etc (I might just have made that last bit up ! His name was Cedric)

Also check their site for details - many of these dealers get the Manufacturer to deliver to you direct (like Miele) - they are simply agents so they don't have to carry expensive stock.

Also must buy using your credit card. Your contract is with say, Visa and good chance of sorting problems especially if dealer goes bust. (V useful for holidays !). Extra bonus is check your card details - most give 2 year guarantee instead of Mfrs min 1 year. Think Neff give good guarantee anyway, but still easier to sort problems thro them.

Also check Neffs own website. I got 5yr guarantee intead of 2 mentioned by seller - it was Mfrs own sales promotion. Some items had 10yrs. All parts and labour.

If you are buying more than 1 item, check sellers site for extra discount - ring their "we will beat quote" number.

Be careful with cash back sites, another story.

No connections with any of them. Only satisfied customers.

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