STOVES Richmond 1100GT FSD Gas Range Cooker - Champagne + quidco £399! @dixons
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STOVES Richmond 1100GT FSD Gas Range Cooker - Champagne + quidco £399! @dixons

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Found 18th Jul 2011
The contemporary Stoves Richmond 1100GT FSD Gas Range Cooker has a pleasant champagne finish that will bring style to any kitchen. This gas range cooker has the advantage of offering you the immediate heat change of cooking with gas.

The Richmond 1100GT FSD has 7 gas burners and cast iron pan supports, so providing plenty of room for your pots and pans on the top of the cooker, so whether you're making a light snack or a full family meal, you have ample space. It also features a wok burner which offers intensive heat.

There are also 2 main conventional ovens, which means that the top of the ovens are hotter than the bottom of the oven. In addition to these, there is an electric slow cook oven for those winter casseroles and a separate electric grill.

You'll be able to easily see your food cooking inside the Stoves Richmond 1100GT FSD Gas Range Cooker as it features interior lights and a viewing window into the oven. It also has the advantage of easy clean enamel surfaces, making it easier to keep clean, and a flame safety device, designed to cut the gas supply if the flame goes out, helping to keep you safe.

Large capacity cooking spaces meet with style with the Stoves Richmond 1100GT FSD Gas Range Cooker.

66 Comments

Must be a mis-price surely!

Original Poster

I think you are right, but it might slip under the radar!

Down from £1,799 to £1,399 at Currys

Have placed an order, lets see what happens (_;)

Order placed, you never know.

Have received order acknowledment email and have now had order confirmation email

Joetopps

Have received order acknowledment email and have now had order … Have received order acknowledment email and have now had order confirmation email



Same here, looks promising.

Expected in stock in 28 days!

britespark007

Expected in stock in 28 days!



Expected at my house in 29 days then

Dixons again. No chance they'll honour it ..... but they may hang onto your money for a few weeks. (You do know they take the cash straight away ..... not on despatch like most online retailers)

Wouldn't touch it with a barge pole.

Dixons should be avoided.
I bought fridge online and it got delivered. 2 days later the light inside went faulty and cant replace yourself.
There aftercare call centre is rubbish.
They said they would send someone.
After 3 weeks of chasing they did send someone but to pick it up and replace. FOR A LIGHT
but it took all afternoon to get it in. ANd it took half a day and 2 damaged door frames later to get out.
The replaced one is also has faulty thermostat at the moment. Ive been trying to get them to fix it for the last 5 weeks. They keep sending people who say they dont have the right parts.:(

3.03% Top Cash Back brings it down to £386.91 if it tracks.

dealfinderwanter

Dixons should be avoided. I bought fridge online and it got delivered. 2 … Dixons should be avoided. I bought fridge online and it got delivered. 2 days later the light inside went faulty and cant replace yourself.There aftercare call centre is rubbish.They said they would send someone. After 3 weeks of chasing they did send someone but to pick it up and replace. FOR A LIGHTbut it took all afternoon to get it in. ANd it took half a day and 2 damaged door frames later to get out.The replaced one is also has faulty thermostat at the moment. Ive been trying to get them to fix it for the last 5 weeks. They keep sending people who say they dont have the right parts.:(



welcome to England 2011

Oooh, the next item to follow the Squeezebox and Wharfedale speakers.

DSG must be making a mint off interest from these "deals" where they just send your money back.

Having said that, good luck everyone!

sancheez

Dixons again. No chance they'll honour it ..... but they may hang onto … Dixons again. No chance they'll honour it ..... but they may hang onto your money for a few weeks. (You do know they take the cash straight away ..... not on despatch like most online retailers)Wouldn't touch it with a barge pole.



Currently have a loss of bargain claim with PC World for that practice. Will update people on progress.

very tempted but surely they couldn't afford to honour this.

greenhell

very tempted but surely they couldn't afford to honour this.


Whats the general selling price on these things?

any compatible vouchers?

another grand

dhope

Currently have a loss of bargain claim with PC World for that practice. … Currently have a loss of bargain claim with PC World for that practice. Will update people on progress.




If it was ordered online, you have no chance in any court of law. You cannot claim for loss of bargain when the contract has not been accepted by both parties.

AnimalMagic81

Whats the general selling price on these things?


About this much

coolhotcold

If it was ordered online, you have no chance in any court of law. You … If it was ordered online, you have no chance in any court of law. You cannot claim for loss of bargain when the contract has not been accepted by both parties.



At what stage does an online order become a contract? If they send an order confirmation email does that not class as a contract?

Any working vouchers?

Avoid. Miss priced

AnimalMagic81

At what stage does an online order become a contract? If they send an … At what stage does an online order become a contract? If they send an order confirmation email does that not class as a contract?


looks like they've twigged, now saying not available for delivery in my area (was ok 10 mins ago)

If only it was the 1.5 size as opposed to double width, would have been jsut what i wanted, will have to work out if there is anyway of making it fit.

sancheez

Dixons again. No chance they'll honour it ..... but they may hang onto … Dixons again. No chance they'll honour it ..... but they may hang onto your money for a few weeks. (You do know they take the cash straight away ..... not on despatch like most online retailers).



Actually a lot of online retailers take the cash straight away, it's not at all unusual.

Nor should it be an issue unless you're trying to pull a fast one.

Has to be a misprice.excellent if honoured.

Expired.

Just gone up to £1,389!

Apparently my order is being prepared for despatch!... just had three emails saying the same thing... Just waiting for the "Order cancelled" email..

coolhotcold

If it was ordered online, you have no chance in any court of law. You … If it was ordered online, you have no chance in any court of law. You cannot claim for loss of bargain when the contract has not been accepted by both parties.



When they take payment the contract exists.

Bargainhunter199



No, emails don't mean much, taking money is what counts

dhope

Currently have a loss of bargain claim with PC World for that practice. … Currently have a loss of bargain claim with PC World for that practice. Will update people on progress.



Does that mean you have taken legal proceedings against them? I didn't realise we had any rights.

MartH

Does that mean you have taken legal proceedings against them? I didn't … Does that mean you have taken legal proceedings against them? I didn't realise we had any rights.


Yes, moneyclaim.gov.uk
Received acknowledgement of their intent to defend the claim

JezUK

Actually a lot of online retailers take the cash straight away, it's not … Actually a lot of online retailers take the cash straight away, it's not at all unusual.Nor should it be an issue unless you're trying to pull a fast one.



Legally, it's not an issue. I know that.

But when your online ordering system is as poorly run as Dixons group clearly is, it's a bit of a libertly if you ask me.

I tend to find most places don't deduct until they despatch. Cash upfront is a pretty sizeable minority in my experience .... and I do buy pretty often online.

Do "The Hut" group deduct on order or despatch? They are another bunch who tend to be pretty slow but I must admit, I've never looked at when they've taken the cash ....

dhope

When they take payment the contract exists.




Except it doesn't, in the wording of the law a contract is formed when it is expressly said when the retailer accepts your offer. Because just sending money to a company doesn't constitute as a contract, that is just a offer to purchase, when the retailer expressly accepts or (acceptance) in written form (either through email OR in the T&C) then a contract is legally binding and enforceable. In most cases it is stated in the T&C that acceptance is acknowledged as goods being dispatched, regardless of how many email you receive (and if you read them closely they will skirt around the work acceptance and use wordings like, "your order has been acknowledged" or "Your order is getting ready for dispatch" etc etc.

sancheez

Legally, it's not an issue. I know that.



Not an issue when they honour the contracts certainly.
Don't believe that they can ignore SOGA and take money/refund at their leisure.

Would be curious to see any source if you think otherwise
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