Siemens A++ energy rated fridge freezer from John Lewis with free delivery £344
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Siemens A++ energy rated fridge freezer from John Lewis with free delivery £344

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Found 21st Jan 2012
A highly rated energy efficent fridge freezer from a reputable manufactuer with 2 years free warranty from John Lewis. Free delivery can be arranged up to about 7 weeks in advance if needed. Add the code SIEMENS50 to get the offer price valid until Jan 31st and more than 10 in stock currently.

Was £419 until this promotion started a few days ago.

Hope this helps anyone fitting out a new kitchen like me.

(Please change title to "Siemens")
- aaadam

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It's Siemens not siemes lol

Hows does this compare getting a frost free one? I noticed it says low frost?

simate

It's Siemens not siemes lol



at least they didnt type semens

or smeg

royals

at least they didnt type semensor smeg



LOL

Banned

Q. What's big and long and full of semens?
A. A nuclear submarine.

Heard them all, work for them. Try having it on your shirt all day!

True story - used to work in the Siemens office in Staines - had great fun answering phone

I'm currently in the process of trying to get my kitchen sorted. Anyone know where I can get appliances for a decent price?

Would really like to know what oven I actually need too rather than one that has 10 programmes - will I actually use them??

i was going to get this model then opted for the bosch kgh35 or something similar cant remeber exact model.

its more half and half fridge freezer size john lewis had it on offer for £399 i got them to price match it for £319 but when it came had ding on side wall so they took another £50 so got a bosch frost free 4 years guarantee for £270.

All the shops said the bosch was better as that model of siemens is basic entry level one. while they all belong to the same group, i would say get a price match and get the bosch frost free, its strange as the smaller fridge freezer same spec is selling at £529. I nearly went for siemens as have a dishwasher which has been fine.

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I'm currently in the process of trying to get my kitchen sorted. Anyone … I'm currently in the process of trying to get my kitchen sorted. Anyone know where I can get appliances for a decent price? Would really like to know what oven I actually need too rather than one that has 10 programmes - will I actually use them??



I'd just shop around, using this website and others. My oven was £199 from Comet and it's been fine. Things to watch on ovens are the rubber seals as they can perish and can be hard to find.

With the hob, I'd personally avoid any steel hobs (mine's a royal pain in the a*** to clean), and I wish I'd bought an electric ceramic hob. If you've got a flat, you're supposed to buy a particular type of hob for fire safety reasons. I bought one off Ebay and it's been fine.

And with the hood, be aware of what type of filter it uses. Mine is a whirlpool one with some wire mesh covers in front of a charcoal filter. It wasn't until a while later I found out that Comet didn't sell replacement charcoal filters (and the manual says to change them every 3 months - which I've discovered is complete tosh), and having phoned Whirlpool they wanted over £30 to buy a replacement one. Seeing as the hood was only £99 itself, I made my feelings known to Whirlpool, who then did send me 2 free ones which was nice of them.

the hob for flats because they are multi dwellings u need is one with raftey gas cut-out device built in. Good oven to get is one with pyroletic cleaning system as they are a god send and all u have to do is brush out the debri once done. I think oxilectic cleaning is good too is effectively steam cleans your oven. Steer clear of ones that claim to have there easy clean cavities as if u dont strictly clean them as said, usually once a week the lining will cease up and become useless, and u have paid all that money for nothing.

#safety gas cut-out

*Vincent*

Things to watch on ovens are the rubber seals as they can perish and can … Things to watch on ovens are the rubber seals as they can perish and can be hard to find.

My 15 year old cheapo built-in oven has a silicone rubber gasket. I don't think these things perish any more.

mooo

Hows does this compare getting a frost free one? I noticed it says low … Hows does this compare getting a frost free one? I noticed it says low frost?


I wonder what "low frost" is - anyone know? I know how frost free freezers work, but this is a new one on me.
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