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Bosch HBN331S5B Black Integrated Electric Single Fan Oven £160 / Gas hob £90 @ B&Q
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Bosch HBN331S5B Black Integrated Electric Single Fan Oven £160 / Gas hob £90 @ B&Q

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Same price from Trade Point, but with free delivery
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I take it there's no recycling or installation options with B&Q?
Good prices
TheHun623/01/2020 07:32

Same price from Trade Point, but with free …Same price from Trade Point, but with free deliveryhttps://www.trade-point.co.uk/departments/bosch-hbn331s5b-black-integrated-electric-single-fan-oven/1103368_TP.prd#I take it there's no recycling or installation options with B&Q?


When I try to order from Trade Point they add a delivery charge (we are in east of England). Do you know how to get free delivery?
SFJnet23/01/2020 08:18

When I try to order from Trade Point they add a delivery charge (we are in …When I try to order from Trade Point they add a delivery charge (we are in east of England). Do you know how to get free delivery?


Not a scooby, I'm afraid. I'm only going by what it says next to the item "Free delivery on standard orders over £40" Can't be a standard order then?
Edited by: "TheHun6" 23rd Jan
Anyone know which retailers will price match against B&Q clearance items?
5% topcashback at B&Q
TheHun623/01/2020 08:23

Anyone know which retailers will price match against B&Q clearance …Anyone know which retailers will price match against B&Q clearance items?


From experience no one will and this deal will be expired by the time you’ve spent trying to find one, I’d snap it up now to save disappointment
Edited by: "lucas" 23rd Jan
comes up as undeliverable when trying to pay on tradepoint
Thanks ordered this one and cancelled the £99 Argos one, well worth the extra £60
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TheHun623/01/2020 07:32

Same price from Trade Point, but with free …Same price from Trade Point, but with free deliveryhttps://www.trade-point.co.uk/departments/bosch-hbn331s5b-black-integrated-electric-single-fan-oven/1103368_TP.prd#I take it there's no recycling or installation options with B&Q?


Most modern ovens come with a plug.. Just plug in socket. Mines did
ermm... think this has sold out as i am unable to buy it via Tradepoint or B&Q.. or am i doing somethging wrong here!!???
These cheap Bosch ovens really do feel cheap. Bought one 5 years or so ago. Within a year the oven light had gone - cover was melted to the base so couldn't replace it. Controls feel cheap - when you push a button all the others sink back. Timer beeper sounds like a 1970s British Leyland car, Included trays are paper thin. If it didn't say Bosch on the front you'd think it was an unknown budget brand.
TedStriker7223/01/2020 16:48

These cheap Bosch ovens really do feel cheap. Bought one 5 years or so …These cheap Bosch ovens really do feel cheap. Bought one 5 years or so ago. Within a year the oven light had gone - cover was melted to the base so couldn't replace it. Controls feel cheap - when you push a button all the others sink back. Timer beeper sounds like a 1970s British Leyland car, Included trays are paper thin. If it didn't say Bosch on the front you'd think it was an unknown budget brand.


Same with their washing machines. It's as if the cheaper models are either badge engineered, or made in a different factory using cheaper parts and not using the same high quality internals as their more expensive counterparts. You certainly don't see this happening with their subsidiary Neff and Siemens brands.

With ovens, I've noticed there's a lot of retailer specific badge engineering going on with identical units displaying different badges.

It's a pity LG don't sell ovens in Europe, as I'm sure they would have got the quality v value ratio spot on.

Samsung ovens are underwhelming according to user reviews, so looking at the budget end of the price spectrum Hisense (which I believe now owns Gorenje) looks very promising and warrants further investigation.
TheHun623/01/2020 17:46

Same with their washing machines. It's as if the cheaper models are either …Same with their washing machines. It's as if the cheaper models are either badge engineered, or made in a different factory using cheaper parts and not using the same high quality internals as their more expensive counterparts. You certainly don't see this happening with their subsidiary Neff and Siemens brands. With ovens, I've noticed there's a lot of retailer specific badge engineering going on with identical units displaying different badges.It's a pity LG don't sell ovens in Europe, as I'm sure they would have got the quality v value ratio spot on. Samsung ovens are underwhelming according to user reviews, so looking at the budget end of the price spectrum Hisense (which I believe now owns Gorenje) looks very promising and warrants further investigation.


Neff and Siemens brands are premium brands of BSH ( Originally Bosch Siemens Hausgerate) which now only has a minority Bosch shareholding but only a branding licence for Siemens. They bought Neff somewhere in the later 1980's
Whilst i have had no experience of their washing machines every dishwasher I have seen of any of their three brands (Bosch/Siemens/Neff) is of the same basic unit construction and thus appears to be made in the same factory but with additional functionality or design features.
Similarly whilst the Neff ovens are the tops the Siemens branded equivalents are similar but always lack the Neff special features.
Always if in doubt look where the product is made. Most badged cheaper domestic products are made in Turkey by a subsidiary of the Arcelik (yes thats right! and the c in Turkish has a suffix that says its like an "s") group of companies.
Edited by: "Leadbeter" 23rd Jan
Leadbeter23/01/2020 20:05

Neff and Siemens brands are premium brands of BSH ( Originally Bosch …Neff and Siemens brands are premium brands of BSH ( Originally Bosch Siemens Hausgerate) which now only has a minority Bosch shareholding but only a branding licence for Siemens. They bought Neff somewhere in the later 1980's Whilst i have had no experience of their washing machines every dishwasher I have seen of any of their three brands (Bosch/Siemens/Neff) is of the same basic unit construction and thus appears to be made in the same factory but with additional functionality or design features.Similarly whilst the Neff ovens are the tops the Siemens branded equivalents are similar but always lack the Neff special features.Always if in doubt look where the product is made. Most badged cheaper domestic products are made in Turkey by a subsidiary of the Arcelik (yes thats right!) group of companies.


I'm curious about the Innocenti range exclusive to My Appliances. They look very stylish and very aggressively priced, but know nothing about this brand. Do you?
No. However Innocenti were the manufacturers of the historic Lambretta motor scooter in the 1960's They were I believe bought out by Piaggio their rivals who made the Vespa. Most obscure brands in the UK originate from the Turkish outfit described i my previous post and are thus BEKO ( their direct brand) variants. The suggested Italian link may relate to badged Candy Italian made appliances which are usually excellent but this company only makes fridges, freezers, dishwashers, and washing machines but does not make ovens and hobs.

As said look at the identity plate on the appliance. Not sure whether country of origin is required within EU but if external e.g. Turkey must be stated.


TheHun623/01/2020 20:10

I'm curious about the Innocenti range exclusive to My Appliances. They …I'm curious about the Innocenti range exclusive to My Appliances. They look very stylish and very aggressively priced, but know nothing about this brand. Do you?

Leadbeter23/01/2020 20:40

No. However Innocenti were the manufacturers of the historic Lambretta …No. However Innocenti were the manufacturers of the historic Lambretta motor scooter in the 1960's They were I believe bought out by Piaggio their rivals who made the Vespa. Most obscure brands in the UK originate from the Turkish outfit described i my previous post and are thus BEKO ( their direct brand) variants. The suggested Italian link may relate to badged Candy Italian made appliances which are usually excellent but this company only makes fridges, freezers, dishwashers, and washing machines but does not make ovens and hobs. As said look at the identity plate on the appliance. Not sure whether country of origin is required within EU but if external e.g. Turkey must be stated.


Thank you for your input. Much appreciated. Currently looking to replace our 16 year old John Lewis pyrolytic oven (a.k.a Zanussi/Electrolux) with something half decent. In the sub £250 price range that's proving to be quite challenging finding something standout.
If a pensioner on Wednesday get 10% off
dena6723/01/2020 20:46

If a pensioner on Wednesday get 10% off


That ended a couple of years ago storewide. Now only applies to gardening and some other selected departments AFAIK
I had my order cancelled and refunded as they called today and stated it was out of stock. Oh well, shame to get the news when the oven was due o be delivered today. Did anyone actually get one? Thanks anyway op,
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