Not sure this is a deal, it’s £281 at AO.com and I’ve never heard of Amica
All Hob Discounts, Offers and Sale - June 2019
Tried these and very nice, a bargain at 41p however I probably should have got the plain ones that were only about 34p as I like to dunk my biscuits and these aren't really suitable for that. Also tried their luxury crisps at 85p but those were awful with very little flavour. Also noticed their gravy granules were 90p but those are only 20p in Tesco under the Stockwell brand. Great to see they now have their own lactose free milk at 85p a litre and its made in the UK unlike the lactofree milk. Don't know if that is a introductory price as its a new range or that will be a normal price but will definitely be buying that in future if it stays at less than £1. As ever it doesn't pay to be loyal to any one supermarket some of the Lidl stuff is poor quality and the pricing is not always great but there is definitely some good products at low prices. It's just a shame you don't get many offers in Lidl. Tesco and the other supermarkets often have half price offers so you get to try stuff you wouldn't pay full price for but the Lidl's offers seem to be only a few pence off and the range is very limited. I used to stock up on on the 15p tins of new potatoes but looks like they are not returning to Lidls. Most shops have put up the price of those but continue to stock them but Lidls seems to have just stopped stocking them due to the price increase.
Lidl also do the best milk chocolate biscuits of all the supermarkets, too. On par with McVities imho.
IMHO, Aldi's version is better... More oats into it...
Yes, good deal and nice for dookin
Heh x 3. Check where she keeps the Cleaning Products! ;)
Triple ring for 3.3kw is not that impresive but for this price this is the best you can get for a 5-burner. Hot.
Damn hard to keep clean, especially if you like a full English on a Sunday .I purchased a glass electric hob and will never go back to gas
Talk about uninformed. Gas is used for heating because it is cheaper than electric energy. 1kwh of gas = 3 pence 1kwh electric = 14 pence
May I ask why do you mix cooking method with heating method in your statement? Not direct electric tho, heat pumps more like. I work in sales for one of the manufacturers
That doesnt make sense. Gas is cheaper than electric so regardless of the insulation, gas will be cheaper unless its so well insulated that you dont need heating at all.
Blooming hell another way to screw you for more money, bet it will cost far more for energy. While the upcoming big nations go gang ho, population increasing is the really big problem not being addressed.
Actually ignore the above, thought there was some restriction to maximum power draw from one socket, assumed it was 1500W but I think that doesn't apply to us
Combined - so both hotplates add up to 2500w, individually it's 1500 and 1000.
How do you exceed 1500W? Does it have two plugs?
Thanks, it's an interesting read but from what I can see 6 years is just the amount of time the customer has to claim there was a fault at time of manufacture if the fault develops more than 6 months after buying it. This is regardless of the length of the warranty the customer was given. Unfortunately the legal/engineering costs to prove this would typically be prohibitive as a standard consumer/customer for low range items - I suppose mid/high-end stuff might be worth pursuing though?
Have a read of this https://www.which.co.uk/consumer-rights/advice/what-do-i-do-if-i-have-a-faulty-product
I get that - but ao sold you an appliance with a 12m warranty, not a 5 year warranty. Unfortunately, if it lasted at least 12 months then that’s exactly what they did (by the book). I don’t know much about the 5 year malarkey but as it’s not offered everywhere then I’m guessing it isn’t an obligation or mandatory, and it’s up to the retailer on ad hoc basis. Ultimately sony is at fault for making a product with short lifespan - planned obsolescence really annoys me.
Well yes.. the retailer is legally responsible to supply a product fit for purpose and that’s european law.. John Lewis And richer sounds offer 5 years for free as they follow their obligations.. a tv / washing machine / oven should last longer than a 12m warranty and you are entitled to compensation up to 5 years for these products.. even curry’s have paid me out for a failed 3 year old oven AO wouldn’t honour a failed Sony surround speaker after 13 months Found outs it’s a common fault with the model but they wouldn’t have it
AO are brilliant in my book
yes i think they were done with in the hour. Popped the old one out and put the new one in, they were the same size and both electric so i think simple for them. They came with a jigsaw so i assume the would have asked to cut the work top if it didn't fit.
Did the installation go smoothly?
Hi just got this delivered and installed... seems good so far its also a which best buy. Have some heat! (highfive)
I bought one of these back in January, we are very pleased with it, it's operation is excellent there are no knobs it's all finger touch controls, easy to clean. One downside is that you really need it professionally installed electrically, AEG do not supply a cable with it but do specify their specialty cable, I just went to my local cable dealer and got a same spec cable at half the price.
This is how ours was fitted. Luckily the oven switch was just above. So cap off the gas and run cable from existing oven switch.
New update released the other day. Improves the handheld graphics a great deal. Check out panic button Twitter page for the info.
@westy90 I can safely say that was the best £7.37 I have ever spent, it's an excellent game. Completed it over the weekend at around 18hours of play, took it slow admiring the views and collecting as much as possible. Also fantastic to play with a decent set of headphones as you can get totally lost in the world. It's also gone up to £18 now at the Russian eshop !
I am gutted this looks so bad in handheld mode as this would have been a day 1 purchase for me. Seems like a perfect game for switch.
Thanks a lot for posting this, that's a great price. First time I've "Switched" regions too
Just purchased. Its gone up in price due to the exchange rate ... Only by 10p though !
No longer on offer at the lower price. Mine has arrived and everything seems fine. Washed it in hot soapy water ran it through with water first then with coffee. The seals are tight and valve works, no residues or rough areas and the coffee on a medium heat on the Induction hob was quick and delicious - first impressions are a big thumbs up.
I do have old aluminium (hardy anodised I think) one and it been good for many years but recently coffee started teasing metallic and not that strong so I decided it is time to get a new one, but thought that the stainless steel will be a better option. I didn’t use it, how it is built, the metal smell (stainless steel shouldn’t normally have this kind of metallic smell) and the bad reviews was enough for me to send it straight back. I do have couple of coffee machines but I enjoy the espresso from the stovetop style for change at the weekends ;)
(y) Well I've just treated the Mrs to a new range cooker which arrived Monday so I might get treat my self to one 8)
I havent checked IKEA prices for a while, but £89 is what the Beko was selling for when I bought my Samsung several years ago. 9 Power levels isnt enough to do more than boil stuff, there isnt enough fine control for accurate simmering, sautéing etc. The more power levels the better. BTW, 30Amp isn't "good", the better ones can and do draw over 45Amps if the supply can handle it, and you need the power. 5 Gallons of cold tap water to boiling in ~11 minutes, compared to 40+ minutes on a professional gas range.
you wont find a 30 amps one for less than £250, The cheapest in Ikea is arround that price
Sorry it is OOS, reviews here are a bit better: https://www.very.co.uk/beko-hii644001atnbsp60cm-built-in-touch-control-induction-hob-with-connection-black/1274586563.prd?utm_campaign=content&awc=3090_1553628443_ace2ad054a25f741555a6d3b89092784&aff=awin&affsrc=107159&cm_mmc=awin-_-107159-_-Media+Content-_-0_0&utm_source=awin&utm_medium=affiliate&utm_term=Where%20to%20Buy_107159&utm_content=na
Great spot, although the reviews are frightening B
No way was this RRP anything but fantasy, I paid only a little more for a 16 power level Samsung hob, and even IKEA sell these cheapass 9 power level ones for only ~£150.
ooo, I like the look of that :D
Heat added 🔥
Offer now finished.... Gone up to £2.00!!
It is 2 for £1.50 at icelands right now
Aldi's milk chocolate Oaties are 46p for 300g. They're very nice too.
Hot. Also available at Home Bargains at this price if that's easier for anyone.
There was few, now sold out, thanks :)
Expired - now £159.99
Where do you find the 30% off please? Doesnt seem to be on their site?
I've a big Neff N90, and it is brilliant. Best thing I've cooked on. I would originally have thought that the bargain ones may be a bit naff, but some culinary friends have said they've had great results with even the 35 quid portable ikea ones, so this seems good. Heat (some pun intended).
As an advid cook I think induction is by far the best type of hob. I would never have anything else. You do need good pans as the cheaper ones take a lot longer to heat up although once up to heat are ok. I recommend le cruiset stainless.
I disagree, I think the benefits are more suited for a home with a lot of children in and lowers the potential of an accident however from moving out of my parents house with their induction hob and going back to the gas rings in my house now i've noticed a massive difference in cooking/heating times, far quicker and easier for me. Just a bit more difficult to clean is all! :P
UPDATE! CURRY'S ARE LYING SCUM!!! After waiting over a week for my order I rang today asking where it is and they said I won't be receiving it now as they did not put my order through! Even though I have a currys receipt for the order online!! And a receipt from PayPal for the same order! They said I can order another gas hob that cost more then the discount that I would of got! This is there way of getting out of giving the discount!!! And because they didn't tell me that they had no intentions to deliver my order I've now ran out of time to order another gas hob before my kitchen fitters arrive!! I'm very angry currys ripped me off!!! I will never buy anything from them again!!!!
Thanks a bunch, but it looks like this code has expired.
Just in time for me to buy the appliances for my new kitchen. Integrated fridge freezer, oven and cooker hood. All put through on separate orders as the £40 applies to the basket not each item. Saved a packet. No cashback for me as I used an employee discount Curry's gift card, so further saving to be had there!
You can get a cooker hood for £29 if you need one https://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/household-appliances/cooking/hoods/baumatic-bstd60x-visor-cooker-hood-stainless-steel-10167834-pdt.html
I have also now ordered a Beko oven: £149 -> £109 Plus Quidco + todays £1.50 Quidco bonus. So maybe £106 in total. Thanks again OP - that's over £80 saved!
Gutted I need induction pans for a new flat and these at £28 are the cheapest I can find, are they any good?
Is that necessarily an issue with the pans/gas? They're not advertised as non-stick and for the price they're never going to be that thick/heavy based, so I wouldn't expect pro-level conduction and just need to adjust cooking technique/timings.
Burnt some of my cooking.
I've got similar ones, they're not good on Gas cookers (skeptical)
I bought these for this price weeks ago, wish i put it up on here. They do NOT taste like hobnobs and more like a bite into a Rivita....
These are horrible, they taste like you'd expect dust to. Which is a shame. :(
Proper hobnobs aka chocolate ovaries always 41p at Lidl
I feel like these may fall in my brew.. They're not supposed to be thin
Tried them they are horrible! threw them in the bin