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Fitted cooker - Any recommendations?

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fenner Wed 31-Aug-11 11:59:41

There's probably already a thread about this, but in any case it's potentially out of date, so here's goes....

I'm looking to replace my cooker. I would need it fitted and the old one removed and taken away. We're not that big on baking (or cooking for that matter), so I want something that 's decent quality but price and appearance are more important than having something that's top of the range, pardon the pun.

Comet will supply one for £299 and fit it for £60 (installation and removal). Anyone know of any retailers/suppliers who offer a better deal?


shodatin Wed 31-Aug-11 23:31:10

I had a small Baby Belling as a temporary fitting in the last house, but it was so good I never replaced it, never needed larger and wish I had it now, as I use the smaller cooker of the two in this kitchen.
Have always used local shop for electricals/white goods as they are best for repairs and maintenance.

fenner Fri 02-Sep-11 21:42:53

Thanks, shodatin.

treacletart Sat 03-Sep-11 09:18:42

try - I've used them a couple of times recently, had good service and certainly cheaper than high street

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