AEG HKM85510FB 5 Zone Induction Hob - £695.95 / £526 with 10% off promo + £100 cash back @ Mark's Electrical
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AEG HKM85510FB 5 Zone Induction Hob - £695.95 / £526 with 10% off promo + £100 cash back @ Mark's Electrical

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Found 7th Mar
5 zone induction hob, £695.95 less 10% at checkout, then claim £100 cashback too.
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Cracking price, just when I was after one!
Just wondering how the cashback works as I bought one of these from Wicks a week ago (for around the same price as get 10% off through work), but we have arranged delivery for the 30th March so guessing we won't be able to register it in time as we will need the serial number?
Dragon324 m ago

Just wondering how the cashback works as I bought one of these from Wicks …Just wondering how the cashback works as I bought one of these from Wicks a week ago (for around the same price as get 10% off through work), but we have arranged delivery for the 30th March so guessing we won't be able to register it in time as we will need the serial number?

  • All online claims must be received by the Promoter by 23.59 on 01.05.18. No online claims can be submitted after this date. No postal claims will be accepted if received after this date.

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Perhaps I'm missing something, why are so many people voting cold for this? It's easily the best price available from a reputable company.
Anyone be able to help me on this .
I currently have a 600 hob over a 600 built in oven ,either of the hob and oven are drawers . Is it suitable to fit this ?
Electric hob cooking is hideously slow and frustrating.
Vanmeerkat38 m ago

"either of the hob and oven are drawers"


Not sure what you mean by this...?
However, probably, you'd just need to cut a bigger hole in your worktop (730mm wide instead of 570mm)
daniel.uren47 m ago

Perhaps I'm missing something, why are so many people voting cold for …Perhaps I'm missing something, why are so many people voting cold for this? It's easily the best price available from a reputable company.


I thought exactly the same, great price for the 5 zone hob. Made the purchase!
walsall1232 m ago

Electric hob cooking is hideously slow and frustrating.


Agreed. However this is induction - have you tried it?
Vanmeerkat46 m ago

Anyone be able to help me on this .I currently have a 600 hob over a 600 …Anyone be able to help me on this .I currently have a 600 hob over a 600 built in oven ,either of the hob and oven are drawers . Is it suitable to fit this ?


Difficult to answer over the internet. You'd have to get both sides of the units cut away to create enough depth, assuming you have standard 40mm worktops that is. To do this you'd need to check that none of the wirework/runners on the drawers interferes with the section that needs to be cut out, you'll need to remove your worktop for that too. Additionally, it may prevent you putting any metal items in the the top drawers as there will be a magnetic field around the unit. Similar to this, you'd also need to check you have the required clearance between the base of the unit and the top of your built-in oven.

So not that easy but doable if nothing is interfering with the space that needs to be cut away.
daniel.uren56 m ago

Perhaps I'm missing something, why are so many people voting cold for …Perhaps I'm missing something, why are so many people voting cold for this? It's easily the best price available from a reputable company.


Maybe because AEG is one of those brands that used to have a high reputation when it was German and produced quality products made in Germany. That all changed when this happened, since when it's produced stuff of indifferent quality with an AEG label stuck on the front.


After acquiring the AEG household subsidiary AEG Hausgeräte GmbH in 1994, in 2005 Electrolux obtained the rights to the brand name AEG, which it now uses on some of its products. The AEG name is also licensed to various brand partners under the Electrolux Global Brand Licensing programme.
petedonoghue10 m ago

I thought exactly the same, great price for the 5 zone hob. Made the …I thought exactly the same, great price for the 5 zone hob. Made the purchase!


You know a bargain when you see one I've monitored all Bosch/AEG/Neff 80cm 5 zone induction hob prices for a while and this is definitely the lowest price since I started looking several months ago!
Newbold2 m ago

Maybe because AEG is one of those brands that used to have a high …Maybe because AEG is one of those brands that used to have a high reputation when it was German and produced quality products made in Germany. That all changed when this happened, since when it's produced stuff of indifferent quality with an AEG label stuck on the front.After acquiring the AEG household subsidiary AEG Hausgeräte GmbH in 1994, in 2005 Electrolux obtained the rights to the brand name AEG, which it now uses on some of its products. The AEG name is also licensed to various brand partners under the Electrolux Global Brand Licensing programme.


I'll let the product reviews speak for themselves, and this item is made in Germany too, rather than Italy which is the cheaper AEG/Electrolux stuff.
Vanmeerkat54 m ago

Anyone be able to help me on this .I currently have a 600 hob over a 600 …Anyone be able to help me on this .I currently have a 600 hob over a 600 built in oven ,either of the hob and oven are drawers . Is it suitable to fit this ?


I have a 900 w hob over drawers, you may need to cut away the top of the vertical sides, you need to check the depth of the hob and the depth from top of worktop, plus clearance, then gap between the front and back edge of your worktop and the depth of the hob. Dont forget you need ventilation gaps beneath to prevent overheating of the hob. I would search online for the manual and take guidance and dims from there before purchasing.
daniel.uren25 m ago

Difficult to answer over the internet. You'd have to get both sides of …Difficult to answer over the internet. You'd have to get both sides of the units cut away to create enough depth, assuming you have standard 40mm worktops that is. To do this you'd need to check that none of the wirework/runners on the drawers interferes with the section that needs to be cut out, you'll need to remove your worktop for that too. Additionally, it may prevent you putting any metal items in the the top drawers as there will be a magnetic field around the unit. Similar to this, you'd also need to check you have the required clearance between the base of the unit and the top of your built-in oven.So not that easy but doable if nothing is interfering with the space that needs to be cut away.


Hi
Thanks very much for your info. I use both drawers to hold cutlery on one side and cooking utensils in the other ,so that rules out this hob .
I have this hob and its immense. This is a proper bargain at this price. Really quick heating . Slight noise in operations but nothing too bad. certainly not as loud as gas or electric.

Hot.
I don't know how this has gone as cold as it has like
petedonoghue7th Mar

I don't know how this has gone as cold as it has like


It's the HUKD "You could buy a (insert irrelevant item) here for this money" brigade.
How are these fixed zoned hobs compared to the "flexizone" models? Are they worth the extra premium?
Cheaper with Jon Lewis after the £75 cashback..
RichieWilliams22nd Mar

Cheaper with Jon Lewis after the £75 cashback..


John Lewis don't sell this hob.
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