Bush 100cm dual fuel range cooker @ Argos
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Bush 100cm dual fuel range cooker @ Argos

£359.99
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Found 17th JanMade hot 17th Jan
I was looking for a range 100cm oven and come across this.

Thought it looked pretty good for the money.

Use code COOK10 for another 10% off

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Saw these in the Clearance Bargains store in Walsall, "new" but with slight cosmetic imperfections for £174 last week.

I wish we had gas in our street great find, op. 180 degrees for 30 minutes of heat given
Edited by: "jenmumof5" 17th Jan

Code 'Cook10' gets another 10% off as well!

Got this it's great.

Nice, wonder how these compare to Rangemaster - we inherited one when we moved in but that was 11 years ago and it's a bit tired.

jenmumof5

I wish we had gas in our street great find, op. 180 degrees for 30 … I wish we had gas in our street great find, op. 180 degrees for 30 minutes of heat given



​you don't have gas????

nighatshan

​you don't have gas????



Most of Scotland does not have gas, BT might have a universal obligation but Scottish Gas Networks charge by the distance, even the be$t madame could not afford a 8 inch pipe connection never mind 8/80/800/8000 metres X)


Scottish & Southern area charges PDFs (new builds are double the price for half the standard length of 40m)

sgn.co.uk/Our…es/
Edited by: "seaniboy" 17th Jan

Still £399.99 online for me and then £359.99 with COOK10 code, and out of stock for home delivery

good find op, heat

Ok, just a warning, we bought this just before Christmas (£429) and have had no end of trouble. Arrived faulty, blew the main fuse and front panel blew out. Repair person attended a week later, blew fuse again, damaged back and top ceramic, while not paying us back for the fuse replacement which cost a tenner! problems/complaints are ongoing. Not sure whether am grumbling about the product or the service really, and this is not what I had in mind for my first ever comment, so apologies! otherwise, not a bad product but not sure fans are up to the job as both main ovens cook a little unevenly and the knobs are a bit plasticky. still a beast for the money though if budget is limited.

BungalowBill

Nice, wonder how these compare to Rangemaster



Bush v Rangemaster? I wonder oO

seaniboy

Most of Scotland does not have gas, BT might have a universal obligation … Most of Scotland does not have gas, BT might have a universal obligation but Scottish Gas Networks charge by the distance, even the be$t madame could not afford a 8 inch pipe connection never mind 8/80/800/8000 metres X)Scottish & Southern area charges PDFs (new builds are double the price for half the standard length of 40m)https://www.sgn.co.uk/Our-Services/SGN-Connections-Charges/



BT are piping gas down the phonelines now? I've head of gassing on the phone, but wasn't expecting this

excellent deal, dont know why the 100cm are cheaper than the 90cm which is unfortunately the space i have. Still heat for this bad boy

Got this a few weeks back. Great value and great cooker

in usual Argos style they must have only had 3 cookers in the whole country as everywhere in a 40 mile radius from me is out of stock :-(

You don't need to have mains gas, it comes with a converter kit so you can ise bottled gas, my mum now has this cooker and is on bottled gas

Checked and guess what?
Yep!
IT'S THE GREAT 'TOO GOOD TO BE TRUE' ARGOS OOS SALE!
Edited by: "adeyb" 18th Jan

seaniboy

Most of Scotland does not have gas, BT might have a universal obligation … Most of Scotland does not have gas, BT might have a universal obligation but Scottish Gas Networks charge by the distance, even the be$t madame could not afford a 8 inch pipe connection never mind 8/80/800/8000 metres X)Scottish & Southern area charges PDFs (new builds are double the price for half the standard length of 40m)https://www.sgn.co.uk/Our-Services/SGN-Connections-Charges/



A village near the Cornish coast. It's a small trade off imo. And we've no space for a giant oil thingamywatsit outside so leccy it is
Edited by: "jenmumof5" 18th Jan

seaniboy

Most of Scotland does not have gas, BT might have a universal obligation … Most of Scotland does not have gas, BT might have a universal obligation but Scottish Gas Networks charge by the distance, even the be$t madame could not afford a 8 inch pipe connection never mind 8/80/800/8000 metres X)Scottish & Southern area charges PDFs (new builds are double the price for half the standard length of 40m)https://www.sgn.co.uk/Our-Services/SGN-Connections-Charges/


I have gas we live in central Scotland xx

vanessaanne

I have gas we live in central Scotland xx





The REAL central belt - Tayside, N. Fife & Perthshire dont have gas just outside cities, enjoy it you fraudster! lol

jenmumof5

A village near the Cornish coast. It's a small trade off imo. And we've … A village near the Cornish coast. It's a small trade off imo. And we've no space for a giant oil thingamywatsit outside so leccy it is




Calor etc do a "bury it under the ground" tank, if you are lucky they may accidentally place it ontop of your other half and the life insurance will pay for a gas pipe networked gas is so much cheaper than LPG deliveries!

looks like a lot of cooker for the price! heated

oos

Its saying £649.99 now, which is still a good price. We're looking for a 90cm one, and the average is about £800 - £900
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