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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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Posted 14th Feb

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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
62 Comments
stu852014/02/2020 11:37

Cheers, good spot! Had 10% eBay voucher so ordered for £179.97


hi, could you share the 10% code please
Darklord14/02/2020 07:30

I find installing two singles better than one double. Just need to make …I find installing two singles better than one double. Just need to make sure you have the appropriate supply.


So will 2 fit in kitchen unit meant for the double though?
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.


I bought a double AEG oven i have been using it daily for 4 years the only thing that broke was the lamp otherwise its fantastic so i have been lucky.
But i want a steam oven
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 have a miele oven and electric hob

We also have a beko oven

Bosch washng machines and beko dryers

All good but the bosch washing machine has an iffy door latch will not always start even though the door is locked

We have another bosch washing machine that is10+ years old and however I try to level it it is always bouncing and moving itself...

Other stuff working good so far,
skeptic14/02/2020 10:55

Advice: we have an oldish electric double oven. We mostly use the smaller …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?


The double oven seems to be a british thing I have not seen them anywhere else in europe

Everyone seem to be just fine with the single oven, apart from some housewives who have three in line fitted to their kitchen so that the guests can complement it

There is a difference between 13 and 20a ovens

At home we have a 20a miele and it gets hot a lot faster than a cheapo 13a beko we have elsewhere but it was £200 instead of £600...
Krizzo314/02/2020 19:31

We have a miele oven and electric hobWe also have a beko ovenBosch washng …We have a miele oven and electric hobWe also have a beko ovenBosch washng machines and beko dryersAll good but the bosch washing machine has an iffy door latch will not always start even though the door is lockedWe have another bosch washing machine that is10+ years old and however I try to level it it is always bouncing and moving itself... Other stuff working good so far,



Very nice, but your point is ?
PhilK14/02/2020 20:06

Very nice, but your point is ?


My point is buy beko/bosch/miele
Codelas14/02/2020 19:00

I bought a double AEG oven i have been using it daily for 4 years the only …I bought a double AEG oven i have been using it daily for 4 years the only thing that broke was the lamp otherwise its fantastic so i have been lucky. But i want a steam oven


Very nice, but that doesn't mean others may have bother with the brand. I have had bother - because you haven't doesn't mean that I haven't.
There was a hoohah about Indesit and Creda tumble dryers causing fires. I daresay theres "people who used them for years"
People have had AEG goods that have worked OK for a couple of years.
If people wish to buy AEG thats their business.
I won't be through MY experience
Edited by: "PhilK" 14th Feb
Krizzo314/02/2020 20:08

My point is buy beko/bosch/miele



Beko are surprisingly good. And good value.
Bosch I have a dishwasher and its OK. Our Bosch Washing Machine lasted well. Our present Samsung is better though.
Miele I looked at and thought "Nope, too expensive for the use we would get out of it" Can't comment on them, but looked good !
Edited by: "PhilK" 14th Feb
Pay a bit extra and go for a quality build. John Lewis just price matched this oven and having used it now for a couple of weeks its great. Replaced an old 10 year old neff oven. appliancesdirect.co.uk/p/b…ven
Great deal
AEG = Electrolux
DavieT198015/02/2020 17:15

AEG = Electrolux


Porsche - Lamborghini - Audi - VW - Skoda - Seat.

Your point?
aforumac15/02/2020 17:27

Porsche - Lamborghini - Audi - VW - Skoda - Seat.Your point?


Buy rubbish, buy twice
I see, interesting. What brand oven do you have/recommend?
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.


Was it just the element that blew?
royaltee16/02/2020 14:11

Was it just the element that blew?


When the grill went originally, the whole unit had to be replaced. Fortunately we knew a friend that did it for us. When the oven started playing up, it was the last straw. I don't think it was the element. It still worked - to an extent but the temperatures were not reliable. And sometimes didn't even heat up. The Samsung one we got to replace it was bought and installed in two days anyway
Anyone ordered this oven and received it
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 is actually well known brand.

I had quite opposite experience. Our aeg 5yo 90cm induction hob was going strong full time. Sold with the house.

But as I mentioned before. This was top of the range. Never expect same quality from any brand low/mid range products
teddybeers18/02/2020 10:24

Electrolux is actually well known brand.I had quite opposite experience. …Electrolux is actually well known brand.I had quite opposite experience. Our aeg 5yo 90cm induction hob was going strong full time. Sold with the house.But as I mentioned before. This was top of the range. Never expect same quality from any brand low/mid range products



Its a well known brand yes going back to 50s and 60s - it's still not thought of in the same class as Bosch Miele etc
Which was the whole point of buying the name AEG I suppose
The Turkish brand Beko I had major doubts about. It turned out to be very reliable.
Beko gets a lot of justified praise for value. No bells and whistles.
My own experience of AEG is such I will never buy the brand again.
Edited by: "PhilK" 18th Feb
sab17/02/2020 12:45

Anyone ordered this oven and received it


Just taken delivery of both the oven and the hob.

Thanks again to OP.
Missed this! Any similar pricing elsewhere?
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