Swan SX2060W 60cm Gas Double OvenWas £399.00 Now £199.00 @ Very
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Swan SX2060W 60cm Gas Double OvenWas £399.00 Now £199.00 @ Very

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Found 25th Dec 2015
for new very customers can get an extra 20%off.
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Looks good for the money.. Shame I only just purchased a cooker a few days ago..
20% for new customers is misleading - it's only for new customers opening a credit account, also can't be used in conjunction with sale items.
Plus £6.99 delivery? Anyone know an average installation cost for gas cooker?
Edited by: "LesD" 25th Dec 2015
Quidco at 10% for new customers
Just bought bargain at that price.
Looks cracking price, nice find op.
LesD

Plus £6.99 delivery? Anyone know an average installation cost for gas … Plus £6.99 delivery? Anyone know an average installation cost for gas cooker?



​roughly £50
is it any good?
Bargainhuntersupreme

20% for new customers is misleading - it's only for new customers opening … 20% for new customers is misleading - it's only for new customers opening a credit account, also can't be used in conjunction with sale items.



Thank you
I was calculating it with sale items
Is it not common to find any modern technology on gas cookers nowadays? Like a fan assisted oven?
LesD

Plus £6.99 delivery? Anyone know an average installation cost for gas … Plus £6.99 delivery? Anyone know an average installation cost for gas cooker?


Varies wildly depending on how many gas plumbers are in your area. In major cities it's usually about 30-40 quid. In villages or small towns, you're looking at over £100.
If it comes with an attached hose and your gas line is a micropoint connection, you can easily do it yourself. They don't usually come with hoses though
Great price, thanks OP.
Thanks OP
dreamt12

​roughly £50



​lol.... £70 should be the minimum, I charge 70-80, there are people out there who charge a lot more but I've never seen one fitted for 50 or less that has been done to standards yet (yes gas cookers have strict rules just like boilers... it's not just a matter of fitting a hose)
EllEzDee

Varies wildly depending on how many gas plumbers are in your area. In … Varies wildly depending on how many gas plumbers are in your area. In major cities it's usually about 30-40 quid. In villages or small towns, you're looking at over £100.If it comes with an attached hose and your gas line is a micropoint connection, you can easily do it yourself. They don't usually come with hoses though



​you can NOT fit cookers yourself whether it came wit a hose or not.... the minimum requirements by law are that you are competent in gas.
awaiting stock now
Bargain! ordered! Opened a "new" account and got 20% off, £166 delivered, have to wait until end of January due to stock, but I can wait at that price <3:p
Sammii1990

Bargain! ordered! Opened a "new" account and got 20% off, £166 delivered, … Bargain! ordered! Opened a "new" account and got 20% off, £166 delivered, have to wait until end of January due to stock, but I can wait at that price


Did it work with sale item?!?!
Sammii1990

Bargain! ordered! Opened a "new" account and got 20% off, £166 delivered, … Bargain! ordered! Opened a "new" account and got 20% off, £166 delivered, have to wait until end of January due to stock, but I can wait at that price


you could also get 10% cashback through quidco as a new customer making it even more a bargain!
redstar70

​you can NOT fit cookers yourself whether it came wit a hose or not.... t … ​you can NOT fit cookers yourself whether it came wit a hose or not.... the minimum requirements by law are that you are competent in gas.


Well being a plumber you would say that. It's like an oil tycoon telling us fracking is perfectly safe for the environment.
Micropoint connections are for consumer use. Getting a gas person out for that would be a waste. It's a self-sealing hose which carries no risk of leak or any kind of danger.
With other connection types...wouldn't touch it unless you know what you're doing. But Micropoints are literally the same as changing a bulb.
mayzi

Did it work with sale item?!?!



Yup worked fine for is X)
EllEzDee

Well being a plumber you would say that. It's like an oil tycoon telling … Well being a plumber you would say that. It's like an oil tycoon telling us fracking is perfectly safe for the environment. Micropoint connections are for consumer use. Getting a gas person out for that would be a waste. It's a self-sealing hose which carries no risk of leak or any kind of danger. With other connection types...wouldn't touch it unless you know what you're doing. But Micropoints are literally the same as changing a bulb.


I'm not a plumber I'm a cooker specialist, and I'm not saying that because it benefits me, I'm saying it because thats the law.

For a start no cooker comes with a micropoint fitted so there's one joint that you'd have to connect up and would need testing (properly with a manometer at the meter), secondly how would you know the cooker itself didnt have a leak internally ?..... Again that's done at the meter with a manometer, do you know what the working pressure is ? Required clearances ? Connection point requirements ? etc etc

You are allowed to disconnect and reconnect an existing appliance on a bayonet but you are NOT allowed to fit ANY new gas appliance unless you are competent.
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