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AEG electric in-built electric single oven £272.99inc del or LESS with collection

£272.99 @ K and Co
Empire have warehouses so you may be able to save the £30 delivery charge! plus 2.5% Quidco plus the 10% voucher attached I have been researching for about 6 weeks, looking on ebay etc for a good… Read More
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Empire have warehouses so you may be able to save the £30 delivery charge!
plus 2.5% Quidco
plus the 10% voucher attached

I have been researching for about 6 weeks, looking on ebay etc for a good quality make electric single oven. This oven is on sale at Comet for £600 and even the cheapest elsewhere appears to be cira £389.

What I really like about this oven is the fact sideways opening of the door. This makes taking things out of the oven a lot easier and safer if your cooker is under the worktop in a smaller kitchen. The door can be hinged to open either side.

DETAILS:
Built-in Electrical Single oven
Ventitherm® fan operated cooking
Fan controlled defrosting
Rotitherm roasting
Conventional cooking
Diamond-glazed enamel interior
Full glass inner door with removable panes
Digital controls
24 hour electronic clock, minute minder and fully programmable timer
Isofront® plus triple glazed door
1 Year Parts Guarantee
/ 1 Year Labour Guarantee
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[Moderator]#1
this is a very good price....voted hot
#2
are there any good 5 burner or more cookers goin cheap ?
#3
Damn fine price - I paid Argos over £180 for a plain Tricity (another part of the Electrolux empire) white oven 4 months ago - took over 2 months to get it out of them too!

Don't forget Empire Direct have their "Empire Direct EDXTRACARD" too which gives a 3yr warranty, for just £29.99 if you don't have one already.

You can find the full specs on AEG's website in their PDF brochure at

http://www.aeg-electrolux.co.uk/Files/united_kingdom_english/0-999/AEG%20Built-In%20Spec%20Tables_Installation.pdf
#5
Voted hot - AEG products are excellent.
#6

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Hate to be the bearer of bad news, but the attached voucher will not work with this as the item is not in stock. Any item on the website must show "Availability : In Stock" and not "Availability : Delivered Normally Within 7-10 Days" to be able to use this voucher.

Also, you cannot collect items which are not in stock, so you have to add the £30 delivery charge onto the price of £269.99. So you're looking at £300 all in, less a few quid through Quidco (only 2% on amount excluding VAT).

I haven't compared the £300 price verses other suppliers, so this could still be a good deal, but it isn't as good as quoted unfortunately.
#7
I would suggest the Beko brand for high quality and low price.


Comparable models will be sub £200.
#8
Beko are light years behind AEG in terms of quality and reliability.

The Germans know how to make their kitchen goods.
#9
moob
Beko are light years behind AEG in terms of quality and reliability.

The Germans know how to make their kitchen goods.


Its a name.
No doubt the AEG is better and more solid but ovens themselves are probably one of the most reliable electric products in the world.

Be useful if you posted the link to your reliability stats moob.

Beko have a very good reputation, at least in white goods. But its mainly 'talk'.
#10
alandarl
Its a name.
No doubt the AEG is better and more solid but ovens themselves are probably one of the most reliable electric products in the world.

Be useful if you posted the link to your reliability stats moob.

Beko have a very good reputation, at least in white goods. But its mainly 'talk'.


It's not just a name at all.

They are a quality manufacturer and are well known for producing very reliable products - see Which? reviews for examples. They also provide longer guarantees than other manufacturers selling similar products.

I've got experience of their product, and own a washing machine, dishwasher and hob and oven - all AEG. I didn't buy them all at the same time, they were a few years apart - no problems at all in their lifespan. Now in excess of 8 years for the washing machine.

There is a lot more to ovens than you allude to, and in terms of air circulation and efficiency, they are well ahead of Beko.

Beko aren't a bad product necessarily, they just aren't as good - one reason why they're cheaper. For me however, cheaper is not my primary concern when buying long-life products - but it may be for others.
#11
moob
It's not just a name at all.


It is really. The AEG name was bought by Electrolux in 1994.They've just rebranded their range to AEG-Electrolux (presumably to make their budget goods appear more up-market.) Other Electrolux brands include (courtesy of WIkipedia):-
Arthur Martin
Atlas (appliances)
Beam (central vacuums)
Castor (appliances)
Chef
Corberó
Dito
Electrolux ICON[9]] premium appliances U.S.
Elektro Helios
Electrolux[10] premium appliances U.S.
Electrolux [11] corporate
Electrolux Laundry Systems
Electrolux Professional
Eureka (vacuum cleaner)
Faure (appliances)
Frigidaire
Gibson Appliance
Juno (appliances)
Kelvinator
King (kitchen appliances only,sold in Israel)
Lehel (appliances)
Marynen/Marijnen
Molteni
Parkinson Cowan
Progress (appliances)
REX-Electrolux
Rosenlew
Simpson
Tappan
Therma (appliances)
Tricity Bendix
Volta (appliances)
Voss (appliances)
Wascator
Westinghouse
White-Westinghouse
Zanussi (and Zanussi Professional)
Zoppas

Was almost tempted by this, but the side door puts me off.

a) it can swing back as already said
b) you can't leave it in a safe "vent" position like you can conventional doors
c) most inconvenient, you can't use it as a temporary shelf to rest a dish on while you give your food a quick stir or basting etc.
#12
Regardless who they're owned by, I've never had a problem with their products.

Several other 'big name' manufacturers have been bought over by others over the years, and it doesn't mean their product suffers drastically.
#13
alandarl
I would suggest the Beko brand for high quality and low price.


Comparable models will be sub £200.


Are you crazy this is like the Merc being put on par with the Ford KA :-D
#14
Research any AEG before buying; after having an excellent washer and dryer for years, when i moved and needed to replace them with a washer dryer, i researched it thoroughly to find that although the washers and dryers were made in one german factory, the AEG washer dryers were actually made in (I think italian) factory that makes the Zanussi's - comparing specs, there was an identically spec'ed Zanussi, same spin speed, db levels, programs etc etc (I.E. same machine!). Only difference was the zanussi was almost 40% cheaper. Bough the zanussi instead and so far has been absolutely fine, plus saved over £250 for the badge!
#15
barginhunter2008
Are you crazy this is like the Merc being put on par with the Ford KA :-D


Its a darn oven only.

I've never in my life had one break.

Rotitherm, Ventitherm and Isofront sound like extremly childish patent names too. Its marketing. No doubt those names are exclusive to AEG and mean little.
#16
AEG was once a very high quality product manufacturer, however since they were taken over by Electrolux, their quality has suffered, the same applies to Flymo Mowers etc, once an excellent product, now rubbish since being purchased by Electrolux.:x

Most AEG products are now made in Italy.
#17
Actually, AEG( not very sure tho) and Beko is Turkish company.


moob
Beko are light years behind AEG in terms of quality and reliability.

The Germans know how to make their kitchen goods.
#18
Mavi
Actually, AEG( not very sure tho) and Beko is Turkish company.


Aye, Beko, are Turkish Delight (rhyming slang) - AEG aren't and never have been. :giggle:

I guess Skoda were just a name until VW bought them over, and they've never improved sales or reliability wise - the same with Seat.:roll:
#19
Don't assume ALL AEG are good or ALL Beko are rubbish.
Same as with Bosch.
They do a cheap range and a good range.

Nowadays they are virtually ALL just branded boxes regardless of country of origin.

What I cannot understand is why cookers are so expensive.They are a metal cabinet with a couple of elements, a thermostat and a fan (sometimes).

They shouldn't cost more than £150.00.
#20
rizla01
Don't assume ALL AEG are good or ALL Beko are rubbish.
Same as with Bosch.
They do a cheap range and a good range.

Nowadays they are virtually ALL just branded boxes regardless of country of origin.

What I cannot understand is why cookers are so expensive.They are a metal cabinet with a couple of elements, a thermostat and a fan (sometimes).

They shouldn't cost more than £150.00.


I guess this thread is perhaps too full of sweeping statements, your post included.

It cannot be denied that there are differences in the quality of components put into products like this - otherwise there woulnd't be distinctive specifications for each item. The more expensive brands such as AEG/Bosch etc, tend to have better energy efficiency ratings, have been found to perform better in tests and on the whole, last that bit longer.

I guess the best brand analogy would be the comparison between Tesco's Technica range of lcd panels versus say, a Samsung. The panels for a lot of LCDs may be made in the same factories, but the electronics are what makes the product superior.
#21
Oven is no longer showing up on site, expired?
#22
moob;2693973
I guess this thread is perhaps too full of sweeping statements, your post included.

It cannot be denied that there are differences in the quality of components put into products like this - otherwise there woulnd't be distinctive specifications for each item. The more expensive brands such as AEG/Bosch etc, tend to have better energy efficiency ratings, have been found to perform better in tests and on the whole, last that bit longer.

I guess the best brand analogy would be the comparison between Tesco's Technica range of lcd panels versus say, a Samsung. The panels for a lot of LCDs may be made in the same factories, but the electronics are what makes the product superior.

Sorry MOOB but YOURS is the sweeping statement if youa are suggesting that ALL AEG are good.

Perhaps you could explain a bit better what of my post is a 'Sweeping statement'?

Not wishing to argue but I consider my statement to be one of fact.
#23
rizla01
Sorry MOOB but YOURS is the sweeping statement if youa are suggesting that ALL AEG are good.

Perhaps you could explain a bit better what of my post is a 'Sweeping statement'?

Not wishing to argue but I consider my statement to be one of fact.


You maybe don't wanna argue, but you are!:whistling:

I don't recall saying that all AEG are good - the crux of my argument was that they are better than Beko.

I'd say this was a sweeping statement:

"Nowadays they are virtually ALL just branded boxes regardless of country of origin."
#24
Ok.

Then I'll just beg to differ.
#25
rizla01
Don't assume ALL AEG are good or ALL Beko are rubbish.
Same as with Bosch.
They do a cheap range and a good range.

Nowadays they are virtually ALL just branded boxes regardless of country of origin.

What I cannot understand is why cookers are so expensive.They are a metal cabinet with a couple of elements, a thermostat and a fan (sometimes).

They shouldn't cost more than £150.00.


One would assume the quality of the components elements that they are built within, like a previous poster advised Scoda was just a badge until VW took then over the above took place and they stay on the road longer now.

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