- Best place for buying kitchen appliances
Tesco does look quite promising price wise and I don’t see why you would have a problem giving them money when you would give it to currys, comet, etc. Price wise I’m after a decent hob and oven but the rest are all integrated so as long as they work okay I’m not bothered what they look like.Posted 9 years agoMrOvershootSubscriber
When we did our kitchen we saved about Â£2000 on appliances using 2 online firms one was
The other was in Brighton but I can’t remember the name?
We were fearful that the online part of our kitchen was going to be the stumbling block but the delivery was so quick that we ended up with the new appliances in the lounge for 3 weeks!
Here’s another one http://www.appliancesdirect.co.uk/Posted 9 years ago
Been looking a the Tesco site and their rage is very limited. I could not compare prices because they did not have any of the appliances we have liked the look of elsewhere.
Sainsburys however have a much better range. Price wise they seem competitive. The Bosch oven we have shortlisted was Â£100 cheaper than B&Q.
The search continues. 😕Posted 9 years agosoma_richMember
I went for John Lewis after ALOT of searching and research. I got a Zanussi washing machine price matched to a comet sale price with a 2 year warranty, free delivery and they took my old machine away!
I was impressed. especially I have 7 flights of stairs to get to my flat 🙂Posted 9 years agospooky_b329Member
We found our cooker cheapest at http://www.cartersdirect.co.uk/content.php/100.
They are a Sussex based company with several brances so don’t know how delivery works outside their area, they’d normally deliver themselves locally.
They were the cheapest of the bricks and mortar places for the cooker we wanted, didn’t compare them to the online only retailers.Posted 9 years ago
The problem I’m finding is that no single supplier is the cheapest for most products. For example one neff hob is Â£209 on one site and the same on John Lewis then another is Â£274 on John Lewis and Â£220 on another site. Looks like I’ll have to source each item individually rather than thinking x is the cheapest so I’ll buy everything from there.
This is going to be hard work.Posted 9 years agoTracker1972Member
Check if John Lewis (or any others) will price match, then get it all from John Lewis for the extra warranty (if they still do it, I would still check) or whoever will save you heaps?
Then you just have the one delivery/point of contact etc. to deal with, that would be worth something to me at least.Posted 9 years agomudpupMember
Just went thru the exact same dilemma. Ended up with a kitchen full of mainly Bosch best buys (Pyrolitic oven, induction hob, extractor, dishwasher and washing machine) supplied by these guys BenkPosted 6 years ago
They price matched all the internet guys – i called them up with a total amount for all the appliances that they needed to beat and they came up trumps.
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