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#272741 13-Jul-2020 13:09
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Hi

 

I am looking at the cheaper 60cm wall ovens. I have been looking at the cheaper vogue brand from trade depot on which I have found some good reviews. I have also been looking at the Everdure brand as it has a bigger internal size, I cant find any reviews or feedback on this brand, designed in NZ made in china. These ovens seem to be half the price of the cheaper brands that they have at the other big box stores. Has anyone got these ovens, any feedback on these brands, or any other recommendations.


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  #2523189 14-Jul-2020 23:07
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I've installed "Vogue" gas hobs in the past, flat out refuse to now as the build quality is the worst i've ever seen. No experience with the ovens. Get what you pay for. Maybe you can find a new near one (decent brand) on Trademe with a receipt to cover any warranty issues. 


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  #2523206 14-Jul-2020 23:55
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We installed a Beko a few years ago. It was clearly a "value" brand but would buy another one. Reliable, lots of features for the price and did what it said on the tin.


 
 
 
 


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  #2523501 15-Jul-2020 13:34
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Friends got a Midea for about a quarter of the price of the Westinghouse they'd been quoted for, haven't talked to them about it since but then I haven't heard them complaining about it either.

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  #2523508 15-Jul-2020 13:59
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I brought a Vogue about 6 months ago. Love it.

 

It has it's downsides - metal trays fit but are not super smooth, forms condensation on the inside layer of glass, but for what I paid I am over the moon. In fact because we got it so cheap we brought a 1.5 oven unit instead of just the single - something like this model: https://www.tradedepot.co.nz/vogue-double-wall-oven-13-function-600mm-black 

 

With the caveat you get what you pay for 100% recommended. Just watch for delivery time frames - took about 10 days for it to be delivered in Auckland from the Auckland showroom (apparently). Brought it from Trade depot.

 

 

 

Here is my old thread about it even :) https://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=141&topicid=260107&page_no=2


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  #2523516 15-Jul-2020 14:09
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We had an Ariston (2 in fact) and we were pretty impressed with them.

 

Changed to a F&P because they had the unparalleled internal capacity and some nice functions we wanted and comparatively I'd say the Ariston had better and more even heat distribution.

 

 


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  #2524422 16-Jul-2020 21:54
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Some Mitre10s were selling Simpsons (Electrolux) really cheaply. I don't know if that's still the case. 


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