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Best place to buy home appliances?

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7jen11 Wed 25-Oct-17 12:40:06

Our cooker has just given up (keeps tripping the switches and turning off) so I'm trying to find the best place to get our next one looking for somewhere that offers reliable (but hopefully not too expensive) cover and the take it away/installation services if needed. Do you have a go to place for appliances? smile

IlPorcupinoNilSodomyEst Wed 25-Oct-17 15:44:22 are very good on price and service. I aways use them.

7jen11 Wed 25-Oct-17 17:43:52

Thank you, I did have a quick look at their site but I heard a few things about the after care not being great with them. did you get a warranty with the appliance you brought through them? And did you had any issues if so? We have already had this cooker fixed once so want to get something with decent cover so I don't have to worry too much about it going wrong again!

PostcodeJack Wed 25-Oct-17 19:40:44

I've used appliancesonline a lot lately. They were really helpful, even on aftercare, and also offer a reasonably priced lifelong insurance policy for stuff like accidental damage (that I never usually take, but did on this occasion). I think they still have a GBP20 off offer if you take out a Which subscription (which you can cancel) for GBP1. They also have a 20% off offer on AEG appliances at the moment (no, I dont work for them, I was just super impressed). I've also found to be really good

Flamingale Wed 25-Oct-17 22:51:02

Have a look at Co-op Electrical. When I was looking for a particular item I found the price compared well to that of Co-op had free delivery as well.

7jen11 Thu 26-Oct-17 21:43:32

Brilliant thank you all, I didn't know co op did electricals, their warranties seem quite reasonable too. will have to have a read up smile

IlPorcupinoNilSodomyEst Fri 27-Oct-17 12:32:47

I did take the warranty on our induction hob as our last one only lasted 7 years which I think it a short life span for an appliance! Didn't bother for the dishwasher, they're cheaper and generally last quite well.

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