Baumatic Electric Built In Single Oven Plus 5 Years Full Warranty - P632SS £279.99 @ Appliances Direct - HotUKDeals
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Bit specific I know but hope it helps anyone thinking of buying a new oven.
After a lot of hunting around and comparing I decided to buy this oven from Appliances Direct as it is way cheaper than other retailers for this oven. For example, exact same oven is as high as £600 in a lot of places. Next cheapest I found was £349.
As I live close by I can pick up direct with no delivery charge. Even with £25 delivey it is cheapest around, and they are offering 5 years warrenty.
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Forgot to say 4% Quidco too:)
#2
Great brand - I have a pro style range of theirs and it is the best.
#3
Or £307.97 with a 3yr warranty.
#4
rizla01
Or £307.97 with a 3yr warranty.


yeah I saw that - weird that it says more for only 3 years! I think it was a glitch. However, I can confirm I paid £279.99 and got 5 yr
#5
Really good price for this, not only good reviews, it looks really flashy too!
#6
Says
requires 16 amp fuse

Does this mean that it will need it's own supply from the consumer unit?
#7
doberman
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requires 16 amp fuse

Does this mean that it will need it's own supply from the consumer unit?


As we are having our kitchen installed by qualified fitter and electrician I could not tell you, however, you can download the oven user manual from the Baumatic website which has some details on installation in it.
It says "This appliance should be wired into a 16 A double pole switched fused spur outlet....".
As I say, have an electrician fitting it anyway but hope this helps.
#8
roysterdoyster
doberman
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requires 16 amp fuse

Does this mean that it will need it's own supply from the consumer unit?


As we are having our kitchen installed by qualified fitter and electrician I could not tell you, however, you can download the oven user manual from the Baumatic website which has some details on installation in it.
It says "This appliance should be wired into a 16 A double pole switched fused spur outlet....".
As I say, have an electrician fitting it anyway but hope this helps.


Looking on Comet website (where this is £592!) it actually says "able to plug into 13 amp socket"!?)

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