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Any deals on Gas cookers???

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Found 11th Apr 2007
I need a new gas cooker desperatly :oops: Wheres the best? Any good ones in any sales? Thanks.

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What's your budget,space available and style/colour you would like?

i need one too, moving to are first house soon. I would like a silver one.

esims84

i need one too, moving to are first house soon. I would like a silver one.


This seems a very good price ]click Beko gas cooker stainless steel £212.95....it's 500mm wide so should easily fit:)

looks a good deal might go for that one thanx muckypup

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muckypup

What's your budget,space available and style/colour you would like?


:oops: :oops: Lol sorry budget £250 , I dont think I can get much in style or colour , lol So proberly white one, size isnt a problem as have quite a bit gap!

Would love a black cooker but I dont think I can afford one!!

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muckypup

This seems a very good price ]click Beko gas cooker stainless steel … This seems a very good price ]click Beko gas cooker stainless steel £212.95....it's 500mm wide so should easily fit:)




Oh thats nice I dont mind stainless steel either!

Original Poster

I like the stainless steal one mentioned above

tinkerbell1980

I like the stainless steal one mentioned above


Cool:thumbsup:

Will see if I can find a black one for you,but the above one is a good price:)

Can't find anything in black:-(

I think the Beko one is the nearest after all........One cooker,2 requests...sorted!:-D

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The only problem is that they charge £59.99 for installation and I have no one who can do it, Well I could do it but dont want to risk a gas leak .

tinkerbell1980

The only problem is that they charge £59.99 for installation and I have … The only problem is that they charge £59.99 for installation and I have no one who can do it, Well I could do it but dont want to risk a gas leak .


You have a gas cooker already?

My advice....get your local paper and thomson directory and ring a few fitters.When I have had gas appliances installed this is what I do,it will be much cheaper.Get a few quotes and see which comes out best.
For safety purposes it is best to get a Corgi regd engineer,I am sure you will get it done for less than £60 by ringing around,it is just a disconnection of the old and reconnection of the new.

Good luck

i am also after a gas cooker or maybe electric, anyone know the disadvantages to an electric one, they tend to be cheaper?..

pref in white

that one looks good, but ideally i would like one with a glass lid that goes over the hob, so when not in use can be used as an extra work surface (small kitchen you see)

beko one does look good tho

...cheaper the better for me, seperate grill and oven would be a bonus

cheers

techmob

i am also after a gas cooker or maybe electric, anyone know the … i am also after a gas cooker or maybe electric, anyone know the disadvantages to an electric one, they tend to be cheaper?.. pref in whitethat one looks good, but ideally i would like one with a glass lid that goes over the hob, so when not in use can be used as an extra work surface (small kitchen you see)beko one does look good tho...cheaper the better for me, seperate grill and oven would be a bonuscheers


This fits all your requirements ]click Hotpoint gas cooker with glass lid,separate grill and oven cavity £249.99 in white.

As for should you go for gas or electric....depends on what connections you have available.If you do not have an electric cooker circuit,then to go for this option would increase your costs considerably.Assuming that you have both gas/electric supply it depends on what you prefer.

Having used both I would go for gas every time,especially if you are looking at the budget range.Most electric cookers at this end of the scale have a sealed hob,these can be a nightmare to control temperature wise.They can also look quite shabby after a while(with grease spills etc).

I personally find gas cookers are more controllable heat and temp wise,also food does not dry out as much as it does when cooking with electric.

Maybe the only disadvantage I could see with a gas cooker is that it may have to be serviced at some stage in the future,if the jets get blockages etc.

And another thing to bear in mind,if you go with gas and you have a power cut(like I had today!!!!) at least you can make a cup of tea:-D

cheers for that

i do have both points installed, so either shouldn't be a problem

that cooker you mentioned does seem the ticket

i have never heard of that company before, are these the real deal?

cheers

They are listed as 'customer certified' on Pricerunner and here is a link to some customer reviews on Kelkoo ]click

Look ok to me,I would certainly give them a go based on this:)
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