Neff B44 Slide and hide fan oven, stainless steel £499.99 @ Currys (-£70 trade-in, possible £43 cashback)
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Neff B44 Slide and hide fan oven, stainless steel £499.99 @ Currys (-£70 trade-in, possible £43 cashback)

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Found 25th Oct 2015
Topcashback offers 10.1% on any built in ovens currently. Could work out as low as £386 if it tracks (Quidco has for me). Free delivery available depending on slot you choose.

Update: Quidco offer has now expired, but TopCashback is still offering 10.1% on built in appliances.

Use code NFTI70 when selecting "recycle old appliance" to get £70 off price

This oven gets good reviews, and is a Which best buy.

Capacity: 67 litres
Catalytic liners
Energy rating: A
Two-year manufacturer’s warranty

2.9kW rating, which I think should mean that this can be connected via a standard 13A plug/socket, and doesn't need to be wired into a dedicated high current cooker circuit by a qualified electrician (however always check regulations and safety info for yourself)

Sized to fit into a standard single oven 60x60x60cm space
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are these the ones used in gbbo
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nedford

are these the ones used in gbbo



I've not watched it, but I understand they use ones from this range, with the doors that fold in underneath (possibly this model, possibly not).
cheesemane

I've not watched it, but I understand they use ones from this range, with … I've not watched it, but I understand they use ones from this range, with the doors that fold in underneath (possibly this model, possibly not).



I think it's the B46E74N3GB model
this modelonly sells at currys
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Quidco cashback seems to have tracked. Cannot confirm if topcashback will work for this, but it seems possible.

Note, the 10% quidco cashback offer expires tonight...
Two Neff ovens in this house, one after the other. The first was so bad it had to be replaced altogether - after quite a fuss - and the second has been a lot of trouble. Neff customer service is appalling, repair costs are ludicrously high, and I'd honestly advise people to give Neff a very wide berth.

The problem with reviews is that they're written just after this nice new oven arrives - what they rarely reflect is when it packs up a year or two later, again and again, with a fault that costs a lot of money and can't really be fixed.
Newbold

Two Neff ovens in this house, one after the other. The first was so bad … Two Neff ovens in this house, one after the other. The first was so bad it had to be replaced altogether - after quite a fuss - and the second has been a lot of trouble. Neff customer service is appalling, repair costs are ludicrously high, and I'd honestly advise people to give Neff a very wide berth.The problem with reviews is that they're written just after this nice new oven arrives - what they rarely reflect is when it packs up a year or two later, again and again, with a fault that costs a lot of money and can't really be fixed.


Our flat had the same Neff oven for 15 years. Now in our house the one we have is 2 years old and problem free so far.
As with all products, there can be good and bad examples, typically we hear about the bad ones.
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Newbold

Two Neff ovens in this house, one after the other. The first was so bad … Two Neff ovens in this house, one after the other. The first was so bad it had to be replaced altogether - after quite a fuss - and the second has been a lot of trouble. Neff customer service is appalling, repair costs are ludicrously high, and I'd honestly advise people to give Neff a very wide berth.The problem with reviews is that they're written just after this nice new oven arrives - what they rarely reflect is when it packs up a year or two later, again and again, with a fault that costs a lot of money and can't really be fixed.



Fair enough, there will always be some bad experiences. Personally my family have had two Neff ovens (one second hand), and no issues with either. The same company makes Bosch and Siemens stuff, and seems to be well regarded for reliability generally.

I can however imagine replacement parts might be expensive if needed after the 2 year warranty period
Edited by: "cheesemane" 26th Oct 2015
For someone uneducated in ovens, how does this compare to this model at £378

neff B14M42N3GB

The one in OP's post is a fan oven with sliding door, whilst the model in the link above has extra functions but without the sliding door. Are there any other differences? Why is the rrp of the OP's much higher? My oven packed in a few months ago and need a new one (halogen filling the gap in the meantime)
cheesemane

I've not watched it, but I understand they use ones from this range, with … I've not watched it, but I understand they use ones from this range, with the doors that fold in underneath (possibly this model, possibly not).



The one in the OP has the sliding door that hides underneath.
I'm currently looking at the Neff B57CR22N0B for our new kitchen as it has the sliding shelf an pyrolytic cleaning.
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wozwebs

I'm currently looking at the Neff B57CR22N0B for our new kitchen as it … I'm currently looking at the Neff B57CR22N0B for our new kitchen as it has the sliding shelf an pyrolytic cleaning.



B57 looks great also (more features), but works out quite a lot more expensive (like twice the price) from what I've seen. The B44 linked seems to be by far the cheapest way to get a Neff with a fold-in door (slide and hide).

For a space constrained kitchen, that seems like a useful feature, though not everyone will appreciate it.


Edited by: "cheesemane" 27th Oct 2015
Original Poster
sam_41

For someone uneducated in ovens, how does this compare to this model at … For someone uneducated in ovens, how does this compare to this model at £378neff B14M42N3GBThe one in OP's post is a fan oven with sliding door, whilst the model in the link above has extra functions but without the sliding door. Are there any other differences? Why is the rrp of the OP's much higher? My oven packed in a few months ago and need a new one (halogen filling the gap in the meantime)



I think those are the key differences- you pay relatively a bit more for the slide and hide oven door if that's useful for you. With a trade-in and cashback the price works out as about £386 for the slide and hide, and will be a bit lower for the B14.

Haven't seen Which review of B14, but Neff have good brand rating

Edited by: "cheesemane" 27th Oct 2015
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