Beko OIF22300X Built In Electric Oven in stainless steel £169 at Currys
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Beko OIF22300X Built In Electric Oven in stainless steel £169 at Currys

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Found 10th Apr 2013
Was £349

The Beko OIF22300X Electric Oven is a fan-assisted oven with 4 oven functions to help you easily make your favourite dishes. This oven has a generous 65-litre capacity, which lets you make small cosy family dinners or host an entire party with family and friends!

The Beko OIF22300X Electric Oven has an LED display, dial controls and is fully programmable. The contemporary stainless steel design is complemented by the double-glazed oven door, full glass inner door and heat-reflective glass. The oven also features as a full-width grill that lets you make pizzas or cook your meat barbecue-style in the summer.

The oven remains energy efficient despite its high-performance, with a class 'A' energy rating. Two shelves allow you to adjust height and cooking intensity, and the easy-clean enamel liners make it simple to clean and keep the oven in good condition. A full-sized grill tray comes with the Beko OIF22300X Electric Oven, giving you a kick-start to making delicious dishes and mouth-watering desserts!

22 Comments

make sure you buy a fire blanket!!


why???

pushkin2000

make sure you buy a fire blanket!!

cxn1043

why???


Because.

It looks like although this oven consumes less than 13A so can be plugged into a 13A socket, it doesn't come with a mains lead and plug. This means it can only be legally installed by a qualified electrician.



Edited by: "pibpob" 11th Apr 2013

so if there is no lead or plug. do you have to hard wire some cable to it or what im a bit confused. current oven just plugs into socket simples

So why do you need a fire blanket?

Good oven, good price

You will need someone to hard wire this into the wall for you. I bought a similar one (differ brand) and needed someone with some knowledge of electricity to fit it for me.

Also, make sure this has the fan feature. Really good for distributing heat.

genk

You will need someone to hard wire this into the wall for you. I bought a … You will need someone to hard wire this into the wall for you. I bought a similar one (differ brand) and needed someone with some knowledge of electricity to fit it for me.


Agreed. If you want to know more, the manual's online. The galling thing is that this oven is quite capable of being supplied from a 13A socket, but to save a few pence they have not given it a mains lead and plug, resulting in the consumer having to spend a large amount of money to get it professionally installed if they want it done legally.

Also, make sure this has the fan feature. Really good for distributing … Also, make sure this has the fan feature. Really good for distributing heat.


Better than conventional ovens, but I've used some pretty awful fan ovens...

Edited by: "pibpob" 11th Apr 2013

Mike1304

So why do you need a fire blanket?



You don't read the papers?

Have a peep here

This oven is crap, we inherited one in the house we bought last year, and it's poor.

It was only a year old when we got it and it's never worked properly - set it to 180 degrees and nothing cooks, you have to set it at max to cook a decent pizza. Plus lots of other niggles.

Looks OK but not great quality.

cxn1043

why???



Possibly a reference to this

However, I would add that I own 5 Beko fridges/freezers. None of them are the recalled models and I've had them several years and they have served me well. If you think these types of issues only affect cheap Turkish appliances then think again

I also have multiple smoke alarms, extinguishers and a fire blanket too though!

Edited by: "littletime" 11th Apr 2013

Not only for Beko but also you need a fire blanket for all electric appliances. Tell me any appliance working without any instances like those you mentioned.

Beko dishwasher is the most reliable product in the UK - http://www.solitongroup.az/en/news/20100211030824896.html
Others - telegraph.co.uk/new…tml
Edited by: "cxn1043" 11th Apr 2013

****, bought this only two weeks ago, £189 online. Works a treat. Is a doddle to install, especially if you are replacing an existing electric oven as can re-use the existing cable. No more difficult than wiring a plug and instructions both in the paper manual and sticker on the appliance are very clear. I'm certainly no expert!! HOT!

timbotambo

****, bought this only two weeks ago, £189 online. Works a treat. Is a … ****, bought this only two weeks ago, £189 online. Works a treat. Is a doddle to install, especially if you are replacing an existing electric oven as can re-use the existing cable. No more difficult than wiring a plug and instructions both in the paper manual and sticker on the appliance are very clear. I'm certainly no expert!! HOT!


I think you've missed the point about installation: it might be easy (I agree with you) but because it's not "plug and play", if you want to do it legally you need to employ a part-P qualified electrician.
Edited by: "pibpob" 11th Apr 2013

pibpob

I think you've missed the point about installation: it might be easy (I … I think you've missed the point about installation: it might be easy (I agree with you) but because it's not "plug and play", if you want to do it legally you need to employ a part-P qualified electrician.



Correct... Qualifies as a fixed piece of earthed equipment so earth loop test and minor works certificate required.

Saw on the news the other night about Beko ovens. Don't buy!

Original Poster

ScorchingHot

Saw on the news the other night about Beko ovens. Don't buy!



This is not one on the list! If you went through all recall notices from big brands, you wouldn't buy any!

Oh no, avoid the Beko!

Any further reviews by those that bought this? Really considering it so would appreciate any updates

I have a beko oven, where the door has a double glass. this is fixed but has some vent holes on the side. at some point so water or something spilled iside and now look dirty but can not clean in between the glasses. the model is OIF22300X in built oven. somebody can tell me if you manage to clean inside.

Hi Margapelli I have the same problem and have been asking how to clean between the glass. I have to keep a teatowel hanging on oven door. Really annoyed as inside and out are clean. Hope we can get some response. Ginger

If you can remove one of the panes for cleaning, the manual will tell you.
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