Morphy Richards Rotisserie Mini Oven - St/Steel - £44.99 (Was £84.99) at Argos
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Morphy Richards Rotisserie Mini Oven - St/Steel - £44.99 (Was £84.99) at Argos

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Found 24th Jul 2017
The Morphy Richards rotisserie mini oven is clever and compact with 1500 power watts and a large 23 litre capacity - ideal for families, it also comes with a useful grill and rotisserie function that has all your cooking needs covered and with a removable shelf rack that's easy to clean.

1500 watt oven.
Interior capacity 23 litres.
Temperature 90-230.
Grill and rotisserie function.
60 minute timer.
Cool touch end panels.
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Thanks I actually needed one for our kitchen

showing as out of stock in birmingham on argos website
Edited by: "sgleave72" 25th Jul 2017
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sgleave72

Thanks I actually needed one for our kitchenshowing as out of stock in … Thanks I actually needed one for our kitchenshowing as out of stock in birmingham on argos website



I've just checked and Argos appear to have stock for immediate collection ('Order now, collect immediately') in the following (Birmingham) Stores:

Small Heath
Kings Heath
Acocks Green
Stetchford
Perry Barr
Birmingham Bearwood
Castle Vale
was £39.99 six years ago, just did a search on HUKD.
zaheer2003

was £39.99 six years ago, just did a search on HUKD.


Sick. Can I borrow your time machine once you're done?
Edited by: "oshmo8" 25th Jul 2017
That's not even cheap at half price - it's obviously the same model sold by Lidl, only rebadged - Lidl sell them for under £30 and they had them in a week or so ago.

I've got a Lidl one, about a year or so old - I think I only paid £24.99.
Edited by: "jhw" 25th Jul 2017
For the price it's a bargain!!!
I bought this model a couple of months ago purely as a backup for my more expensive stove ( similiar but far superior specs and four times the price ). The only negative point that I saw was that the actual size internally was considerably smaller than my other stove although both state size as being the same. The reason for the smaller internal size was that the bottom heating bars protrude into the cooking area. Also be aware that the size of a chicken that can be cooked via the Rottiserie ( only way to cook a chicken ) would need to be very small .. reason, the two clamps that actually hold a chicken onto the bar are simply too small to hold a ( larger ) chicken firmly, even a 1.1 kg bird would be pushing it! Other than that it worked perfectly for the two meals I cooked in it.
jhw

That's not even cheap at half price - it's obviously the same model sold … That's not even cheap at half price - it's obviously the same model sold by Lidl, only rebadged - Lidl sell them for under £30 and they had them in a week or so ago.I've got a Lidl one, about a year or so old - I think I only paid £24.99.



The Lidl one state a capacity of 15L, this one states capacity is 23 litres. Bigger is definitely better when it comes to an oven. Can anyone confirm what its like inside, space wise?
jhw

That's not even cheap at half price - it's obviously the same model sold … That's not even cheap at half price - it's obviously the same model sold by Lidl, only rebadged - Lidl sell them for under £30 and they had them in a week or so ago.I've got a Lidl one, about a year or so old - I think I only paid £24.99.



Would rather pay the extra not to have to walk through a Lidl tbh
Actually internal capacity looks to be the same as the lidl one, so lidl is a better deal.
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