Neff U14M42N0GB double bullt in electric cooker £539 @ John Lewis - HotUKDeals
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This is my first time of posting although I read the boards eveyday, so apologies if I don't get the rules & regs right! John Lewis are currently offering £50 off selected single Neff ovens & £75 of selected Neff double ovens along with free delivery makes this a good deal. I have just got the U14M42N0GB for £539, the next best was £578.99 and belive me I have been looking for ages

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#1
excellent make....bought the induction and similar oven at old house...touch induction hobs had just come out.....paid £1800 for the 2 plus a neff dish washer, comet and JL were about £3500 lol

no probs with all 3 in constant daily use over 9-10 years, guess still going after 3 years since leaving house....unfortunately our current house has garbage cheapo stuff....hotpoint cooker (naff), indesit dishwasher (awful), fridge freezer (some cheapo make, awful...replaced )


Edited By: royals on Sep 13, 2010 11:29: f
#2
'You get what you pay for' - well most of the time anyway, especially with appliances. I am getting a new kitchen in the next couple of weeks so I will see what the company are offering first but this looks a fab deal - heat added.
#3
We too have a NEFF oven - it's a replacement for one that needed no fewer than 3 repairs in the first two years of ownership.

NEFF were awful to deal with (their use of an 0844 phone number will give you a clue as to their attitude towards customer service) and the only reason for our getting a replacement was that we persuaded the supplier (who had considerable clout with NEFF) to lean heavily on them. NEFF agreed, under protest, presumably to avoid losing further sales.

I used to think NEFF was a good brand - I no longer do, and the next oven will not be a NEFF. That's partly because of the product itself, and partly because the backup when things went wrong was so bad.
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Hi,
If I can help one person to save money I'll be a happy bunny! Like I said previously, I have been looking for ages and when this came to light I couldn't resist. As a matter of interest, Currys are asking £849 for the same model, Comet £819!!!! I could go on, but won't Sally
#5
Agree bad service - like I had with Acer - puts you off a brand completely. But on the other hand, other people have had great service from Acer so I suppose you have to make up your mind when you buy and take the chance. Still a great price.
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maccy1
Agree bad service - like I had with Acer - puts you off a brand completely. But on the other hand, other people have had great service from Acer so I suppose you have to make up your mind when you buy and take the chance. Still a great price.


Agreed - a great price, and I've added a hot vote. I just wouldn't touch NEFF with a 40 foot bargepole after my experiences, though!
#7
Newbold
We too have a NEFF oven - it's a replacement for one that needed no fewer than 3 repairs in the first two years of ownership. NEFF were awful to deal with (their use of an 0844 phone number will give you a clue as to their attitude towards customer service) and the only reason for our getting a replacement was that we persuaded the supplier (who had considerable clout with NEFF) to lean heavily on them. NEFF agreed, under protest, presumably to avoid losing further sales.I used to think NEFF was a good brand - I no longer do, and the next oven will not be a NEFF. That's partly because of the product itself, and partly because the backup when things went wrong was so bad.

Must agree, our replacement Neff needed fixing after 18 months (9 years with old Neff no probs) when we changed kitchen, fitter said the newer Neffs are no way near as well made as old models.
#8
woodview
Newbold
We too have a NEFF oven - it's a replacement for one that needed no fewer than 3 repairs in the first two years of ownership. NEFF were awful to deal with (their use of an 0844 phone number will give you a clue as to their attitude towards customer service) and the only reason for our getting a replacement was that we persuaded the supplier (who had considerable clout with NEFF) to lean heavily on them. NEFF agreed, under protest, presumably to avoid losing further sales.I used to think NEFF was a good brand - I no longer do, and the next oven will not be a NEFF. That's partly because of the product itself, and partly because the backup when things went wrong was so bad.


Must agree, our replacement Neff needed fixing after 18 months (9 years with old Neff no probs) when we changed kitchen, fitter said the newer Neffs are no way near as well made as old models.


Funny you should say that. We bought a NEFF because the previous one had been so good and so reliable. This one was nothing but trouble, and I'm assuming the accountants had taken over in the interim, cut costs, cut quality, saved a few quid here and there, and bu**ered the brand.

Happens so often - they did it with Mercedes, too, and Volkswagen. Short term gains, but long term damage to brand loyalty.
#9
£608 at Discount Appliances but only £549 if you buy it with another Neff appliance at the same time

PS In general, BOSCH are better appliances that Neff.

Edited By: black knight on Sep 13, 2010 16:02: -
#10
BOSCH are better appliances than Neff

Strange, same company.

Hot deal though
#11
Are these cheaper to run than gas cookers?

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