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Need a new oven - help!

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feetheart Mon 28-Jan-13 17:15:21

Neff winning at the moment, any other contenders? smile

Benaberry Mon 28-Jan-13 14:10:58

We've had a Neff for the last 11 years and it's been great, had to replace the element last year, but it had had 10 years of hard use - like you we do a lot of cooking from scratch, baking etc

Would definitely have another one

feetheart Mon 28-Jan-13 14:06:13

multitask - would usually agree with you but element always goes with a big bang and takes out the thermotsat, lights, clock, etc! Element also hidden behind 'back plate' and that usually has a nice hole in it too shock

Thanks for suggestions, will investigate further.

bigfatguff Mon 28-Jan-13 12:01:29

Siemens. Had a self cleaning one for around that budget.

AnneEyhtMeyer Mon 28-Jan-13 11:58:03

Neff. Fantastic ovens.

multitask Mon 28-Jan-13 11:50:36

Elements are cheap, we just put one in and including postage was less than £20 I think I'd just stick a new element in, simple job and much cheaper than buying a new oven! Sorry can't help with new oven ;)

feetheart Mon 28-Jan-13 11:20:51

Tried this in 'Products' but not much traffic so thought I'd have a go here!

Nasty Zanussi oven just blew its element again - 5th time in 10 years so it Has To Go. However I have no idea what to replace it with, I've never bought an oven.

Our needs are reasonably simple - built-in, electric, double oven with grill, timer. We do a lot of cooking from scratch and baking so it needs to work. Budget - probably under £600

What do you have and would you recommend it?
Thank you ladies.

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