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AEG BES352010M SteamBake Electric Oven - Stainless Steel - £199.97 delivered @ Currys PC World
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AEG BES352010M SteamBake Electric Oven - Stainless Steel - £199.97 delivered @ Currys PC World

£199.97£35944%Currys PC World Deals
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AEG oven packed with lots of features.

John Lewis are also selling this model but for £359.

Free delivery and 2 years guarantee.

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Top features:
- Plus Steam function lets you add steam while baking
- Food sensor measures the core temperature of your meals
- Hot Air system ensures an even temperature throughout the oven

Plus Steam function

The AEG BES352010M SteamBake Electric Oven features a Plus Steam function, allowing you to add steam while baking. With the simple press of a button, steam is added at the beginning of the process to keep dough moist on the surface. This can help you to create crispy and tasty breads, muffins and pies with ease.

Steam can also be used to prepare other meals, such as roast chicken and lasagne for delicious results.


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Food sensor

You can achieve ideal cooking results every time as the oven features a food sensor. This allows you to measure the core temperature from the centre of your dish during the cooking process, making it easier to monitor your meal.

Hot Air system

The multifunction BES352010M has a Hot Air convection system which circulates hot air even throughout the cavity. As a result the oven heats up faster, as well as allowing you to cook efficiently at lower temperatures. This can help to save you both time and energy, taking the hassle out of cooking meals.

>> VIDEO DEMO <<

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There is also fast heating induction hob by AEG which i think is also well priced.

AEG HK634200FB Electric Induction Hob - Black
- £189.97
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Keep your kitchen looking attractive with the attractive glass AEG HK634200FB Electric Induction Hob.

Induction technology delivers powerful and safe heat, using magnets to heat the pans rather than the surface.

It has convenient touch controls so that you can make precise adjustments to the temperature with ease. The surface around the pan stays cool when in use, so it is easy to clean spills and splashes.

Range of features


The AEG hob has a range of useful features to keep your cooking simple, including Stop+Go, which reduces all zones to keep warm if you have to stop cooking, and remembers your prior settings when you're ready to go again.

There's also PowerBoost, which boils water in less than 90 seconds when you need to cook potatoes or pasta – faster than using a kettle.

Key lock


Keep your family safe in the kitchen with the Key Lock function, which locks the controls so only you can control the panel, and there's a residual heat indicator and automatic switch off.
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We bought a whole AEG thing, induction top and oven. The oven lasted just over a year, and the grill had to be replaced. Another year and the oven failed. We had previously bought a John Lewis fridge freezer which is made by AEG I was told at John Lewis when buying, and that was the worse Fridge/Freezer we've ever had. I'd never buy AEG again.
By the way AEG ISN'T a German firm.It's Electrolux. They bought the name.
Edited by: "PhilK" 14th Feb
Same price available on Currys eBay if people still wish to purchase

ebay.co.uk/itm…j8C
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Damn this seems like a bargain! Would love a steam oven.
Brilliant price
Thank you perfect timing ordered both.
How does steam via baking compare with normal steaming?
Great price and heated, if only it was a double I'd have ordered it!
Jamie20014/02/2020 07:16

Great price and heated, if only it was a double I'd have ordered it!


I find installing two singles better than one double. Just need to make sure you have the appropriate supply.
Amazing price!!
We bought a whole AEG thing, induction top and oven. The oven lasted just over a year, and the grill had to be replaced. Another year and the oven failed. We had previously bought a John Lewis fridge freezer which is made by AEG I was told at John Lewis when buying, and that was the worse Fridge/Freezer we've ever had. I'd never buy AEG again.
By the way AEG ISN'T a German firm.It's Electrolux. They bought the name.
Edited by: "PhilK" 14th Feb
PhilK14/02/2020 07:41

We bought a whole AEG thing, induction top and oven. The oven lasted just …We bought a whole AEG thing, induction top and oven. The oven lasted just over a year, and the grill had to be replaced. Another year and the oven failed. We had previously bought a John Lewis fridge freezer which is made by AEG I was told at John Lewis when buying, and that was the worse Fridge/Freezer we've ever had. I'd never buy AEG again.By the way AEG ISN'T a German firm.It's Electrolux. They bought the name.


Matches a few of the reviews I’ve read. Was going to purchase. Probably will repair my samsung dual oven instead
Wow this is a great price, I’m very tempted even though I don’t need one
PhilK14/02/2020 07:41

We bought a whole AEG thing, induction top and oven. The oven lasted just …We bought a whole AEG thing, induction top and oven. The oven lasted just over a year, and the grill had to be replaced. Another year and the oven failed. We had previously bought a John Lewis fridge freezer which is made by AEG I was told at John Lewis when buying, and that was the worse Fridge/Freezer we've ever had. I'd never buy AEG again.By the way AEG ISN'T a German firm.It's Electrolux. They bought the name.


Thanks for the warning
Pretty good price for AEG (Electrolux group).

Usually their appliances starts from £300 per piece.

The only downside is both oven and induction are from the lowest range.
From my experience is actually better to buy top range from cheap brand than cheap range from expensive brand as price will be the same but quality will be better from cheap brand.
UPDATE: Code doesn’t seam to work now.

Use code COOK30 to get £30 off your order.

The code came in a pop up because I left the browser on the item page without adding anything to the basket.
Edited by: "Lucky88" 14th Feb
Lucky8814/02/2020 08:20

Use code COOK30 to get £30 off your order. The code came in a pop up …Use code COOK30 to get £30 off your order. The code came in a pop up because I left the browser on the item page without adding anything to the basket.


Doesn't work for me
teddybeers14/02/2020 08:09

Pretty good price for AEG (Electrolux group).Usually their appliances …Pretty good price for AEG (Electrolux group).Usually their appliances starts from £300 per piece.The only downside is both oven and induction are from the lowest range.From my experience is actually better to buy top range from cheap brand than cheap range from expensive brand as price will be the same but quality will be better from cheap brand.


The only other downside, bearing in mind how much electricity an oven consumes is the lack of an A+ energy rating, which is something that many budget rivals have achieved.
PhilK14/02/2020 07:41

We bought a whole AEG thing, induction top and oven. The oven lasted just …We bought a whole AEG thing, induction top and oven. The oven lasted just over a year, and the grill had to be replaced. Another year and the oven failed. We had previously bought a John Lewis fridge freezer which is made by AEG I was told at John Lewis when buying, and that was the worse Fridge/Freezer we've ever had. I'd never buy AEG again.By the way AEG ISN'T a German firm.It's Electrolux. They bought the name.


We had the same experience with a Bosch bought with a great sale price via HUKD so we were pleased to get a "premium" oven. It went wrong just over 2 years in (not to mention the oven light cover melted to the oven so it was impossible to change the bulb!). We've got Beko now so not much cred in term of brand names but at least it works!
I use my hob, microwave and airfryer for most of my cooking, only use the oven about once a week. Need a new one though and at this price this will do nicely.
Edited by: "blackbird166" 14th Feb
Some the reviews mentioning breakdowns - are not so encouraging
Can anyone get it to process
It's randomly showing up as £389.99, then refresh the page and it changes to £199.97. When added to cart it goes back up to £389.99! Pricing error?
Same price available on Currys eBay if people still wish to purchase

ebay.co.uk/itm…j8C
Think this is expireed , showing as £389.99
TheHun614/02/2020 08:41

The only other downside, bearing in mind how much electricity an oven …The only other downside, bearing in mind how much electricity an oven consumes is the lack of an A+ energy rating, which is something that many budget rivals have achieved.


If your existing oven is using a 13 Amp plug then you'll need new hardwiring.

Electrical installation
This product requires hardwiring to a 16 Amp fuse and should be installed by a qualified installer, such as one of our Team Knowhow experts.

Power supply
16 Amp (Requires hardwiring to a dedicated circuit)
Link shows price as £389
Edited by: "srpjlyons" 14th Feb
Advice: we have an oldish electric double oven. We mostly use the smaller top to cook food. On roasts day we can use both.

Is going to a single but technically better oven going to be more efficient for us?
Thanks for this got a aeg hob for 180 due to another pricing error is back at 400 lol
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Shows full price on website?..
idontflycathay14/02/2020 10:26

Same price available on Currys eBay if people still wish to purchase …Same price available on Currys eBay if people still wish to purchase https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/AEG-BES352010M-SteamBake-Electric-Oven-Stainless-Steel-Currys/113963051441?epid=5011035764&hash=item1a88ba29b1:g:xTQAAOSwcqFdyj8C



Cheers, good spot! Had 10% eBay voucher so ordered for £179.97
PhilK14/02/2020 07:41

We bought a whole AEG thing, induction top and oven. The oven lasted just …We bought a whole AEG thing, induction top and oven. The oven lasted just over a year, and the grill had to be replaced. Another year and the oven failed. We had previously bought a John Lewis fridge freezer which is made by AEG I was told at John Lewis when buying, and that was the worse Fridge/Freezer we've ever had. I'd never buy AEG again.By the way AEG ISN'T a German firm.It's Electrolux. They bought the name.


Electrolux are very good, looks like they made a bad purchase. Thanks for details.
derekscotia14/02/2020 11:02

Thanks for this got a aeg hob for 180 due to another pricing error is back …Thanks for this got a aeg hob for 180 due to another pricing error is back at 400 lol


I had to get one of those! also a Which best buy. There is 'limited quantity available'.

ebay.co.uk/itm…dee
kerridge014/02/2020 11:48

I had to get one of those! also a Which best buy. There is 'limited …I had to get one of those! also a Which best buy. There is 'limited quantity available'.https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/AEG-HK634200FB-Electric-Induction-Hob-Black-Currys-/113963081198?hash=item1a88ba9dee



Is this exact model a Which best buy?
davem14/02/2020 12:52

Is this exact model a Which best buy?


No.

It is AEG BES355010M, which seems like a newer model.
Edited by: "AstalaVista" 14th Feb
davem14/02/2020 12:52

Is this exact model a Which best buy?


The best buy HOB is for what I assumed iss a predecessor HK604200IB

I guess they could have buggered things up with this model.
Edited by: "kerridge0" 14th Feb
AstalaVista14/02/2020 13:16

No.It is AEG BES355010M, which seems like a newer model.



This model only has 3 power levels whereas the newer ones have 15 - does anyone with an induction hob and minimal power levels find that a hindrance?
The induction hob is still that price on Currys eBay site but their main website for anyone interest.

ebay.co.uk/p/2…000

Ordered one myself as have been wanting to swap out the gas hob for a while.
davem14/02/2020 13:30

This model only has 3 power levels whereas the newer ones have 15 - does …This model only has 3 power levels whereas the newer ones have 15 - does anyone with an induction hob and minimal power levels find that a hindrance?


The Which? review mentioned that it heats up quickly and simmers well which they said were two things to watch out for.
davem14/02/2020 13:30

This model only has 3 power levels whereas the newer ones have 15 - does …This model only has 3 power levels whereas the newer ones have 15 - does anyone with an induction hob and minimal power levels find that a hindrance?



kerridge014/02/2020 13:49

The Which? review mentioned that it heats up quickly and simmers well …The Which? review mentioned that it heats up quickly and simmers well which they said were two things to watch out for.


The HK634200FB hob model doesn't have 3 power levels, it has nine (has 3 power buttons). The main differecence I can see is they've changed the layout of the buttons to a sliding scale from an up/down combo.

I had this hob in my Currys basket from this morning, luckily it stayed at the same price so have purchased. Thanks OP for highlighting these deals
Edited by: "davem" 14th Feb
MR112314/02/2020 11:47

Electrolux are very good, looks like they made a bad purchase. Thanks for …Electrolux are very good, looks like they made a bad purchase. Thanks for details.


If you're happy with them thats all that counts.
Its the NAME not the products they're buying.
Personally, I have had no reason to be happy with the stuff I'VE bought.
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