Seems to be loads of delivery issues on previous threads from these guys. Buyer beware.
Bought this from JL back in 2017 for £488, for reference. Wanted this model specifically for both ovens being fan assisted, whereas usually only one is. No issues so far, though sometines randomly the controls get very hot - never figured out why.
My next oven will be of eye level. I hate crouching down to check the progress.
good idea, my Belling one was only about 5 year old when the controls started buckling and melting from using the grill, first built in oven i have had...
I always look out for one which has the controls at the side, so the rising heat doesn't have any chance of affecting the controls. Ours is 23 years old, Creda. Changed a bulb in all this time, it's been great.
Posted 7th MarPosted 7th Mar
SAMSUNG Dual Cook Flex NV75N5641RS £521.10 (£421.10 after cashback) @ Currys£521.10 Free P&P FreeCurrys PC World Deals
So, is this a good model of oven? Seems like a good price for it..
Well a) you are being ripped off at those prices, and b) stupid is as stupid does.
They really do, even if on a 32A breaker. The cable to the 16A appliance won't be rated at 32A for starters...
They don't need to be on separate circuits, but even with diversity I can't see how 48amp can be squeezed into a 32 amp circuit, unless they are never to be used at the same time. If the circuit was large enough you can split the load onto a small fuse box with one 16 amp and one 32 amp so both split circuit will have its own breaker.
As obviously- you are so qualified- what is real life draw for 32a rated hob? In this country Electrician is a nob fuse for insurance for your house. Do this, do that. Amendment 18 and so on... it does not make sense as you not even allowed using cable pvc guides. 32a rated hob in my testing showed no more than 20a peak. 3boosted induction dish plates running. (Real life- never did this in 5years and hard to imagine scenario. Oven using 24a peak using 250degree setting only at start reached for less than 30seconds - dropping to around 16a. Physics in UK schools is a joke. Called science lesson- this is why a lot of experienced electricians die every year when apply their Regulations. (Check HSE website to confirm number). Hence, so many changes in them. Don’t use qualified electrician - use the one that knows how the staff works. I know at least 2 electricians pro who will never pay their electricity bill in full and will never be caught. But I know much more of the ones who can but never do such thing. So yeah, wipe the bottom with certificate if you tell such staff aloud. BritishGas employe of the year. Change a fuse box cost ~£1K. Change cables ~ £1K. Add wall power box- £50.00 Good deal. Hear from me.
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Posted 4th JanPosted 4th Jan
Beko KDVC563AW 50cm Double Oven Electric Cooker - White £289.99 at Argos£289.99£3199% offArgos Deals
Next best price £319.00 at AO.com. About this product Main fan oven and secondary conventional oven with grill and 4 zone Rapidlite ceramic hob. An A energy rating large capacit… Read more
ao.com are selling this for £599 (£559 after their £40 off promotion) Boots £579 Appliances Direct £579 Electrical Discount UK £519 And John Lewis have price matched Hughes at £510 Lowest previous price was £476 on 31/07/2019
Posted 19th Apr 2020Posted 19th Apr 2020
Electra SE50W 50cm Electric Cooker with Solid Plate Hob - White - A Rated £159 delivered at AO£159 Free P&P Freeao Deals
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I'm not really interested with this particular cooker, but thought I'd share my experience about buying another cooker from AO recently. Although there is an option to "pay" for your old cooker to be taken away, during the call I recieved they asked if the old cooker was working, and that they would take it away for free. Just thought it might be useful to those who might be tempted to pay £20 to have your old one taken.
Probably wanted to buy a new one (lol) (lol) (lol)
it’s literally like a cooker that a landlord tried to charge me £150 to clean it when leaving the place
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That's the lager. :)
Posted 8th Jan 2020Posted 8th Jan 2020
Hotpoint HAE60KS Electric Cooker with Ceramic Hob - Black £319.20 @ Hughes / Ebay£319.20£39920% offeBay Deals
I think if I had the same £400 budget I would have got something from the Hotpoint Ultima range. Currys was doing the stainless steel one a week ago for £419 with an extra £40 off at the checkout. I would have obviously used the left over money for a fire extinguisher!
We too found every cooker had some negative/dodgy reviews. We we're looking for a cooker under £400 so after trawling through a load of reviews we decided to go for this one in hopes it serves us well. We currently have a 50cm gas cooker, so I'm hoping this feels like a decent upgrade! I found this site pretty helpful with the choice of filters you can use https://www.reevoo.com/browse/product_type/cookers/best_price/under-400-pounds/Fuel/Electric
I have the old version of this oven and they are shocking quality. The actual oven worked nicely for about 1 year and now doesn't circulate air properly and food burns at back and doesn't cook at the front. The hobs on these are terrible, horribly under powered and also cannot retain a consistent temperature. The unit is now 5 years old and 1 of the hobs is either on full or off. I'm replacing my kitchen shortly and will be NEFF or nothing.
Would you mind sharing some of your research op?
Posted 3rd Jan 2020Posted 3rd Jan 2020
Hotpoint Newstyle HAE60K 60cm Double Oven Electric Cooker with Ceramic Hob £321.98 Delivered Using Code @ Very£321.98£3498% offVery Deals
You'll have to check but I've read that new regs mean that all cookers now have to have the fan turn off when it reaches temperature and will come back on if the temp drops. If you think about it it makes sense, there no pint circulating air that's all the same temperature.
I wasnt aware of this, wow thanks a bunch :D
Was going to say the same thing, got one recently for my in-laws - gas hob and electric oven.
Flipping hate them. We only have electricity in our street so electric cookers are the default. I was looking at this very cooker on a different website a couple of days ago but some of the reviews have put me off.
Posted 16th Dec 2019Posted 16th Dec 2019
Instant Pot Duo V2 7-in-1 Electric Pressure Cooker, 6 Qt, 5.7L 1000W, 220-240v- £69.99 Delivered @ Amazon£69.99£89.9922% offAmazon Deals
£10 more than the Black Friday price but still a good deal. My first listing, so please be gentle :) https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00OP26T4K Description No more rattles and hi… Read more
I bought one on BF and I’m using it every other day, every gadget usually sits in my cupboard. I’m waiting for it to go down to £59 to buy for my sister too.
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It does take a while, but it's very simple to do Pour the cream directly into the Instant Pot. Close the lid (no need to set the vent, we're not pressure cooking.) Press the YOGURT button and press until it says BOIL.When the machine beeps, and has reached the boil stage, press the KEEP WARM button and let it go for 8-10 hours. I let mine go for 10 hours.Turn the machine off and remove the pot. Let cool at room temperature without disturbing. Then refrigerate the pot, as is, for 12 hours.Carefully scoop off the thickened layer of clotted cream, leaving the thin liquid behind. It's ok if you get some of the thinner liquid into your clotted cream, you can mix it in.Spoon your cream into a glass jar. You can leave as is, or stir it together to make it creamier.Enjoy within 2 weeks.
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Posted 23rd Sep 2019Posted 23rd Sep 2019
Beko AS530K Free Standing A Rated Electric Cooker with Solid Plate Hob 50cm Black £135.20 delivered with code @ AO eBay£135.20£16920% offeBay Deals
The 5.7L should be ok for a family of four, with some leftovers available. If you do a lot of batch cooking and like lots of leftovers, get the 8 qt one. That should be released on Amazon this week or next. Apparently it’s available to buy now straight from the Instant Pot UK website though. :)
Which size instant pot would you recommend for a family of 4?
yup, it steams as it builds up pressure for instance, they need reining in on the B.S. it damages the brand.
Yeah some of the claims are a bit much. Sometimes I get a bit of steam coming out of my 5.5L pressure valve depending on what's cooking inside it XD I don't get much steam though. I'm looking forward to receiving the 2.8L one. I'll use it for smaller portions and side dishes. I find my 5.5L a bit big sometimes. I expected it to be cheaper though. Luckily I had an amazon gift card to spend on some of it.
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Instant Pot Duo V2 7-in-1 Electric Pressure Cooker 5.5L £69.99 @ Amazon Prime Day£69.99£99.9930% offAmazon Deals
Further price drop!!!! It is now £69.99!!!! Product Description Instant Pot Duo is a 7 in 1 automatic Electric Pressure Cooker that speeds up cooking by 2-6 times and uses up to 7… Read more
When you click onto the HUKD link you'll get to the page, it will say £99.99 initially ..... look to the right side where there is a box that reads "Deal of the Day" and there should be a button that says "View Offer". Click that button and as long as you're signed in, the price goes to £69.99.
No, just bought for special price at £69.99
gone up to 99 now :(
I ordered it when the price was £79.99 but couldn't cancel it as it was on its way to being dispatched ..... luckily they sent me an email: Hello, We’re writing about your Amazon.co.uk order which includes the Instant Pot Duo V2 7-in-1 Electric Pressure Cooker, 6 Qt,
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Posted 10th Mar 2019Posted 10th Mar 2019
Indesit IT50EWS 50cm Twin Cavity Electric Cooker in White £179 @ Co-op Electrical£179£24928% offCo-op Electrical Deals