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HOTPOINT Class 2 SA2 840 P IX Electric Oven - Stainless Steel - £251.10 - £151.10 after cashback + quidco at Currys
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HOTPOINT Class 2 SA2 840 P IX Electric Oven - Stainless Steel - £251.10 - £151.10 after cashback + quidco at Currys

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Posted 2nd Jun
My oven is on its last legs so i have been looking for a deal the last few weeks, this one seems simply enough to work and has some extra features, it also has the self cleaning facility (never had before so dont know how good they work) anyways you can use the code "HOT10" to knock ten percent off £279 this brings it down to £2151.10 and after 32 days you can claim back £100. Quidco are also offering 10% cash back (£25.11) for built in Hotpoint appliances however i wouldn't bank on it tracking.

HOTPOINT Class 2 SA2 840 P IX Electric Oven

  • Claim £100 cashback when you buy this oven.How to claim:

    • Purchase any qualifying easy clean built-in oven from AEG, Beko, Grundig or Hotpoint between 8th May and midnight on 18th June and you can claim up to £100 cashback.
    • Wait 32 days after your date of purchase. You have a 10 day window to claim. Why not add it to your diary now?
    • Visit currys.co.uk/ovencashback to enter your details plus your receipt number, branch number and date of purchase found on your receipt.
    If you have any questions regarding the promotion please contact our helpline 03452 160 044. Terms & conditions apply.

    Terms and conditions: UK, 16+. Ends 23:59 18.06.19. Claim £50 cashback when you purchase any Catalytic oven and £100 cashback when you purchase any Pyrolytic Oven from AEG, Beko, Grundig or Hotpoint at Currys PC World. Keep receipt/proof of purchase. One claim per purchase, per week. View full terms and register at currys.co.uk/ove…ack from 32-42 days after purchase (latest claim date 30.07.19). Cashback awarded on lowest priced item purchased in a single transaction only.
  • DISCOUNT CODE - 10% off marked price. Enter code HOT10 at checkout.Must end soon!For home delivery orders enter code HOT10 at checkout. Not to be used in conjunction with any other offer. Offer ends 04/06/2019.

    Technical specifications for HOTPOINT Class 2 SA2 840 P IX Electric Oven - Stainless SteelOVERVIEWTypeBuilt-in single ovenFuel typeElectricCONTROLSTimer typeProgrammableCooking functions11 oven functions, including:
    - Bread auto
    - Conventional
    - Pizza
    - Grill
    - Turbo grillDisplay typeLED displayControl typeDialsOVENSOven typeFanEnergy ratingA+Energy consumption0.67 kWhNumber of cavities1Capacity66 litresUsable volume66 litresSizeLargeViewing windowQuadruple-glazedInterior lightYesType of cleaningPyrolyticGRILLGrill typeIntegratedGrill featuresFull-widthINSTALLATIONColourStainless steelBar handlesYesInstallationPlease note this product may require a qualified engineer, such as one of our Knowhow experts, to fit the plug.Power supply13 amp plugBox contentsHotpoint Class 2 SA2 840 P IX Electric OvenDimensions595 x 595 x 551 mm (H x W x D)Recess dimensions600 x 560 x 555 mm (H x W x D)Boxed dimensions700 x 700 x 700 mm (H x W x D)Weight50 kgBoxed weight55 kgManufacturer's guarantee- 1 year labour
    - 10 years parts
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john18402/06/2019 23:42

An oven that runs off a 13amp plug doesn't sound good given most are only …An oven that runs off a 13amp plug doesn't sound good given most are only rated for 16A minimum.Seems like a bad idea as if you run it off a ring main with other utensils you could probably fry the wiring.Must take an age to warm up.Only my untested opinion.


John please don't take this the wrong way but you don't have a clue what your talking about. A standard ring main is 30amps if it's a really old fuse type or if it's a circuit breaker it will be 32 amps. I would expect to find 32 amps in a kitchen plus a separate supply for an electric hob. Even if the circuit was poorly designed and run in 1.5 cable and had a 16a circuit breaker, the cable wouldn't melt as the breaker would trip. Again I'm not trying to offend you just educate you a bit. If in doubt always consult an electrician.
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Excellent as long at the £100 is honoured. Date set in diary as reminder.
Thanks for posting.
Any idea if it's easy to install by oneself please?
pooool02/06/2019 16:54

Thanks for posting. Any idea if it's easy to install by oneself …Thanks for posting. Any idea if it's easy to install by oneself please?


It's like anything easy if you know how. I would recommend you get an electrician if you have any doubts about doing the job, in my area the would charge around £40
Think if you use HOT10 you will not get the £100 cash back as it states not to be used with any other offer.
pooool02/06/2019 16:54

Thanks for posting. Any idea if it's easy to install by oneself …Thanks for posting. Any idea if it's easy to install by oneself please?


In fact it's a 13 amp plug so just plugs in
my oven is 59.5*85*55.1, can I replace with this one?
hmmm i wonder if i can claim the HOT10 code and cashback?
pooool02/06/2019 18:48

It's a built-in oven so a bit fiddly for us DIY …It's a built-in oven so a bit fiddly for us DIY disasters:https://www.hotpoint.co.uk/h/cooking/ovens/hotpoint-class-2-sa2-840-p-ix-built-in-oven-stainless-steel/f100148


thanks, I am thinking to make a drawer by using the rest of the spaces.. not sure if it is possible.
Dusty66602/06/2019 17:11

Think if you use HOT10 you will not get the £100 cash back as it states …Think if you use HOT10 you will not get the £100 cash back as it states not to be used with any other offer.


As far as I can see from the £100 cash back tandc it doesn't mention anything about no other offers, so I don't think it will be a problem
I really want to buy this oven but don’t know if to use the 10% off or not incase they don’t allow cash back!? 😬
Reviews are not that good and someone mentioned they didnt get the £100 cash back
Normally they reject these if you’ve used a discount code so I wouldn’t purchase if your banking on needing the £100 off. But if you were going to pay this price it’s worth a gamble.
How can they not give the cash back? Surely if you do all the ask you to do you get £100 back?
Reviews mention hotpoint not giving them the £100 back and many reviews are mention the cooling down fan stays on for ages
The decals on these rub off really easily.
An oven that runs off a 13amp plug doesn't sound good given most are only rated for 16A minimum.
Seems like a bad idea as if you run it off a ring main with other utensils you could probably fry the wiring.
Must take an age to warm up.
Only my untested opinion.
Edited by: "john184" 3rd Jun
john18402/06/2019 23:42

An oven that runs off a 13amp plug doesn't sound good given most are only …An oven that runs off a 13amp plug doesn't sound good given most are only rated for 16A minimum.Seems like a bad idea as if you run it off a ring main with other utensils you could probably fry the wiring.Must take an age to warm up.Only my untested opinion.


John please don't take this the wrong way but you don't have a clue what your talking about. A standard ring main is 30amps if it's a really old fuse type or if it's a circuit breaker it will be 32 amps. I would expect to find 32 amps in a kitchen plus a separate supply for an electric hob. Even if the circuit was poorly designed and run in 1.5 cable and had a 16a circuit breaker, the cable wouldn't melt as the breaker would trip. Again I'm not trying to offend you just educate you a bit. If in doubt always consult an electrician.
ryancurly03/06/2019 00:43

John please don't take this the wrong way but you don't have a clue what …John please don't take this the wrong way but you don't have a clue what your talking about. A standard ring main is 30amps if it's a really old fuse type or if it's a circuit breaker it will be 32 amps. I would expect to find 32 amps in a kitchen plus a separate supply for an electric hob. Even if the circuit was poorly designed and run in 1.5 cable and had a 16a circuit breaker, the cable wouldn't melt as the breaker would trip. Again I'm not trying to offend you just educate you a bit. If in doubt always consult an electrician.


Good advice mate.
john18402/06/2019 23:42

An oven that runs off a 13amp plug doesn't sound good given most are only …An oven that runs off a 13amp plug doesn't sound good given most are only rated for 16A minimum.Seems like a bad idea as if you run it off a ring main with other utensils you could probably fry the wiring.Must take an age to warm up.Only my untested opinion.


I'm sure you know better than all these manufacturers selling single ovens with a 13A plug
"use the code "HOT10" to knock ten percent off £279 this brings it down to £2151.10"
Are you sure that's a price reduction I'm not.
pooool02/06/2019 16:54

Thanks for posting. Any idea if it's easy to install by oneself …Thanks for posting. Any idea if it's easy to install by oneself please?


I fitted this exact same oven. its a piece of cake, if you can wire a plug you can do it!
ryancurly03/06/2019 00:43

John please don't take this the wrong way but you don't have a clue what …John please don't take this the wrong way but you don't have a clue what your talking about. A standard ring main is 30amps if it's a really old fuse type or if it's a circuit breaker it will be 32 amps. I would expect to find 32 amps in a kitchen plus a separate supply for an electric hob. Even if the circuit was poorly designed and run in 1.5 cable and had a 16a circuit breaker, the cable wouldn't melt as the breaker would trip. Again I'm not trying to offend you just educate you a bit. If in doubt always consult an electrician.


Thanks for explaining that. I had thought it was a bad idea given the oven pulls 12 Amps and given a dishwasher (10amps) + goodness knows what else in the kitchen I had thought it would be a bad idea.
I had an oven fitted recently by an electrician who charged me a small fortune as he said my oven socket was only rated for 13amps and needed rewiring for a small single oven, probably got mugged then.
Jayporsche003/06/2019 15:42

I fitted this exact same oven. its a piece of cake, if you can wire a plug …I fitted this exact same oven. its a piece of cake, if you can wire a plug you can do it!


Thanks Jay...
john18403/06/2019 18:05

Thanks for explaining that. I had thought it was a bad idea given the oven …Thanks for explaining that. I had thought it was a bad idea given the oven pulls 12 Amps and given a dishwasher (10amps) + goodness knows what else in the kitchen I had thought it would be a bad idea.I had an oven fitted recently by an electrician who charged me a small fortune as he said my oven socket was only rated for 13amps and needed rewiring for a small single oven, probably got mugged then.


You must of Got an oven that is rated above 3 kilo watt.
Can anyone confirm if the 10% works with the cashback?
john18403/06/2019 18:05

Thanks for explaining that. I had thought it was a bad idea given the oven …Thanks for explaining that. I had thought it was a bad idea given the oven pulls 12 Amps and given a dishwasher (10amps) + goodness knows what else in the kitchen I had thought it would be a bad idea.I had an oven fitted recently by an electrician who charged me a small fortune as he said my oven socket was only rated for 13amps and needed rewiring for a small single oven, probably got mugged then.


When you see something rated at 10amps or 13 etc, the amount of time it actually spends pulling that load is relatively short, if at all, so unlikely to damage anything, even if it adds up to quite a high number.

The common exception is a tumble dryer, which can pull a big wattage for a significant time
acemdrgn04/06/2019 21:43

Can anyone confirm if the 10% works with the cashback?


I called the number and spoke to a woman who confirmed that the terms and conditions do not exclude the use of the other 10% offer
ryancurly04/06/2019 22:58

I called the number and spoke to a woman who confirmed that the terms and …I called the number and spoke to a woman who confirmed that the terms and conditions do not exclude the use of the other 10% offer


I just got off the Web Chat and they've told me otherwise.
"Theo: This code is still valid although you are not able to use a discount code in conjunction with any other offer, apologies for any inconvenience."
Having read the T&C, I don't see use of other codes as an exclusion either.
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Hmmmm, decisions decisions...
37803708-2psBE.jpgI Fitted the oven this afternoon, it is very deep but should fit as long as your socket back box is sunk into the wall, (not surface) or if you have a cco
Don't forget to claim your cashback !
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ryancurly08/07/2019 23:21

Don't forget to claim your cashback !


Did you get email confirmation after claiming?
Yes and the cheque came in the post, the email was in my junk folder though
ryancurly30/07/2019 09:32

Yes and the cheque came in the post, the email was in my junk folder though


I claimed but dont recall getting an email. I looked in junkbox and cant find anything...is the email from 3rd party?
cpcw@brandmovers.co
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