Neff slide & hide oven - £404.10 with code @ Currys
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Neff slide & hide oven - £404.10 with code @ Currys

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Found 24th Aug 2017
Neff slide and hide oven for £404.10 when using the "built10" voucher!
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Does anyone actually have an issue with reaching inside with the door sticking out or is it just me that thinks slide and hide is trying to fix an issue that doesn't exist?
ro53ben6 h, 51 m ago

If you don't see a benefit, you don't buy one - fairly simple really.Even …If you don't see a benefit, you don't buy one - fairly simple really.Even Neff do ovens both with and without. We've got one of each, so appreciate the benefit most days. It's the second best feature of the oven, behind pyrolytic cleaning.


Just because I don't see a benefit doesn't mean they don't exist. Jeez. People seem afraid to discuss things these days, prefer to form their own opinion and just harangue others when their opinion differs. Try having a discussion sometime, you might learn something if you can open your ears for once.
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good price..thank you
This is only 66 litres, the other one for 470 last time was 71 litres if i remember correctly
Does anyone actually have an issue with reaching inside with the door sticking out or is it just me that thinks slide and hide is trying to fix an issue that doesn't exist?
japes5 m ago

Does anyone actually have an issue with reaching inside with the door …Does anyone actually have an issue with reaching inside with the door sticking out or is it just me that thinks slide and hide is trying to fix an issue that doesn't exist?


You will never appreciate how good it is until you have it.
japes22 m ago

Does anyone actually have an issue with reaching inside with the door …Does anyone actually have an issue with reaching inside with the door sticking out or is it just me that thinks slide and hide is trying to fix an issue that doesn't exist?


I'm sceptical too, standing the door's height away from the oven is normally as close as I can cope with the heat of the oven too, plus my arms reach plenty far enough. Would like genuine input from owners on how/why and which situations in particular it helps with.
If you don't see a benefit, you don't buy one - fairly simple really.

Even Neff do ovens both with and without. We've got one of each, so appreciate the benefit most days. It's the second best feature of the oven, behind pyrolytic cleaning.
I have one and is completely pointless, it came with the house when we brought it and I personally wouldn't waste my own money on another.
japes7 h, 22 m ago

Does anyone actually have an issue with reaching inside with the door …Does anyone actually have an issue with reaching inside with the door sticking out or is it just me that thinks slide and hide is trying to fix an issue that doesn't exist?

My disabled mom does, she has the higher spec model and it's worth every penny for her to be able to use an oven safely - also quality oven as well
ro53ben6 h, 51 m ago

If you don't see a benefit, you don't buy one - fairly simple really.Even …If you don't see a benefit, you don't buy one - fairly simple really.Even Neff do ovens both with and without. We've got one of each, so appreciate the benefit most days. It's the second best feature of the oven, behind pyrolytic cleaning.


Just because I don't see a benefit doesn't mean they don't exist. Jeez. People seem afraid to discuss things these days, prefer to form their own opinion and just harangue others when their opinion differs. Try having a discussion sometime, you might learn something if you can open your ears for once.
Ordered thanks saved loads
Love Neff stuff ... Quality ... I am gona wait till my Neff Oven/Grill breaks and then upgrade ... so Roll on 2030 !!
Edited by: "kinell" 22nd Sep 2017
I wouldn't have it from currys for free !
japes24th Aug

Does anyone actually have an issue with reaching inside with the door …Does anyone actually have an issue with reaching inside with the door sticking out or is it just me that thinks slide and hide is trying to fix an issue that doesn't exist?



I was going to ask the same thing. All it does is makes the oven smaller. About as useful as that other great fashion victim of the kitchen: the Belfast sink.
Took so long to go through their checkout system the code has already expired :-(
Was going to mention less abled elderly, just cause you don't get it doesn't mean its not great for someone else. Once you have had pyro you will never go back.
Needs a Rotisserie and self cleaner.
Vouchers not working really wanted one
I just want one because they use them on the Bake Off
Did code work for you ?
Should we really be encouraging hiding ovens? First women get the vote now this, when will the chaos end?
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japes24th Aug

Does anyone actually have an issue with reaching inside with the door …Does anyone actually have an issue with reaching inside with the door sticking out or is it just me that thinks slide and hide is trying to fix an issue that doesn't exist?

The main point is to move the door out of the way so no one trips over it when the over is under the counter. And when the oven is built in higher up, it make its safe and easier to reach in without burning yourself on a hot door that would have been sticking out.
Also better for disabled people.
japes24th Aug

Does anyone actually have an issue with reaching inside with the door …Does anyone actually have an issue with reaching inside with the door sticking out or is it just me that thinks slide and hide is trying to fix an issue that doesn't exist?


I find it difficult to reach to the back of the oven when cleaning it as the door is in the way, aside from that though I don't think I'd use it when cooking as I'm not much of a cook and it would take longer to open it and slide it under than to flip it open and grab the oven chips out ;).
Isn't this the oven used in the Great British Bake Off
Edited by: "HydroBolt" 23rd Sep 2017
I find it useful to sit on when I'm having a fag
We have this oven, it’s cooks great! Decent price too, think we paid about £450 a year ago
japes24th Aug

Does anyone actually have an issue with reaching inside with the door …Does anyone actually have an issue with reaching inside with the door sticking out or is it just me that thinks slide and hide is trying to fix an issue that doesn't exist?


Yes, my mother is small and elderly so having this makes it very easy to reach in and get out very easily, particularly when mounted worktop high.
Any body know if this oven is any good (other than the door). Does it cook evenly?
uksparky24th Aug

I'm sceptical too, standing the door's height away from the oven is …I'm sceptical too, standing the door's height away from the oven is normally as close as I can cope with the heat of the oven too, plus my arms reach plenty far enough. Would like genuine input from owners on how/why and which situations in particular it helps with.

I have a slide and hide and have done for about 6 months when we renovated our full house . To be honest, I myself don't see the big fuss about it APART FROM them being good for narrow kitchens where hiding the door would allow people to go past. My oven isn't in such a position so in hindsight, a normal opening door would have been fine too
HydroBolt3 h, 46 m ago

Isn't this the oven used in Great British Bake Off



They use a Neff but it isnt this model, might be the B47CR32N0B, not sure
I clean ovens for a living and Neff are great ovens and you pay a bit extra for quality, but I have had problems trying to remove the doors in fact I know there is a fault with doors regards to removing. But I still would buy a Neff but not slide and hide.
Jimface1 h, 48 m ago

They use a Neff but it isnt this model, might be the B47CR32N0B, not sure …They use a Neff but it isnt this model, might be the B47CR32N0B, not sure



Yeah, I wasn't sure which model it was I just know its a "slidy" one.
Edited by: "HydroBolt" 23rd Sep 2017
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It's not the reaching in that's the problem but for when space is needed in ours
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pibpob23 h, 32 m ago

I was going to ask the same thing. All it does is makes the oven smaller. …I was going to ask the same thing. All it does is makes the oven smaller. About as useful as that other great fashion victim of the kitchen: the Belfast sink.



Well that’s not all it does it also gets the door out of the way in exchange for the loss of internal space.

Useful for those with narrow kitchens. Also useful if the oven is higher up rather then under counter. Makes it much easier getting a heavy casserole dish/roast/etc in and out.

We haven’t got one as at the timethe AEG options were better aesthetically, particularly the combi microwave. But could certainly see the merits.

In terms of features on “premium” ovens I’d rate it third behind Pyrolitic cleaning and Samsung’s ability to split the oven for two separate temp cooking zones.
Edited by: "Mentos" 23rd Sep 2017
Mentos2 h, 43 m ago

Well that’s not all it does it also gets the door out of the way in e …Well that’s not all it does it also gets the door out of the way in exchange for the loss of internal space.Useful for those with narrow kitchens. Also useful if the oven is higher up rather then under counter. Makes it much easier getting a heavy casserole dish/roast/etc in and out.We haven’t got one as at the timethe AEG options were better aesthetically, particularly the combi microwave. But could certainly see the merits.In terms of features on “premium” ovens I’d rate it third behind Pyrolitic cleaning and Samsung’s ability to split the oven for two separate temp cooking zones.



Yes, I've got a Samsung split oven. Its only problem is the amount of condensation you get in the half you're not using.
pibpob18 h, 29 m ago

Yes, I've got a Samsung split oven. Its only problem is the amount of …Yes, I've got a Samsung split oven. Its only problem is the amount of condensation you get in the half you're not using.


I thought you only put the separator in when you needed the split zones? The rest of the time you could use as a single oven?

It is a great feature. Even with a combi, during Xmas/etc it’s a pain juggling things. And I always wonder wether I should have got the Samsung. It was the ugly combi that forced me to AEG. At the time only they had a great matching option without physical buttons/stainless steel/etc. Mrs also wishes she had the slide and hide when trying to get a big casserole/roast out
Mentos25 m ago

I thought you only put the separator in when you needed the split zones? …I thought you only put the separator in when you needed the split zones? The rest of the time you could use as a single oven?It is a great feature. Even with a combi, during Xmas/etc it’s a pain juggling things. And I always wonder wether I should have got the Samsung. It was the ugly combi that forced me to AEG. At the time only they had a great matching option without physical buttons/stainless steel/etc. Mrs also wishes she had the slide and hide when trying to get a big casserole/roast out



Well yes, but 99% of the time, we only use half the oven - it's quite big enough for most dishes, and compared with using the whole oven saves energy, and once warmed up, consumes less power so is often able to be run entirely on our panels. But the unused half of the cavity does develop a lot of condensation.
pibpob2 h, 13 m ago

Well yes, but 99% of the time, we only use half the oven - it's quite big …Well yes, but 99% of the time, we only use half the oven - it's quite big enough for most dishes, and compared with using the whole oven saves energy, and once warmed up, consumes less power so is often able to be run entirely on our panels. But the unused half of the cavity does develop a lot of condensation.


Ah, guess that’s another plus point of that feature, presume it heats up a lot faster aswell. (Aside from the condensation).
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