Sep 19, 2006 8:59 pm
I am about to re-do my whole kitchen which includes buying a new oven, cooktop and rangehood.
One of the brands I am considering is St George (http://www.sga.com.au/) from Prestige Kitchen Appliances (http://www.prestigeappliances.com.au/).
One thing I have trouble understanding is the price difference in the St George range, for example:
St George UEO2 - 92 Litre Capacity - $2,999
St George - 58 Litre Capacity - $1099
Apart from the capacity, why is there a $1900 price difference between these two models?
Can anyone recommend any brands for consideration or to steer clear of?
Re: Buying a new oven2
Sep 19, 2006 9:39 pm
I have posted the most obvious reasons for the price difference from their site.
Plus the cheaper one is also on SALE!
The dearer one has more options and is in my eyes a better oven,
You know the old saying you get what you pay for!!!
I hope this has helped
St George UE02
left or right handed opening door
Full range of heat, fan and element options
Cavity Cooling Fan
24 Hour clock display
Programmable Roast Probe
Super Easy-Clean Interior
Seamless Oven Liner
Self Cleaning Side Panels & Grill Reflector
Multi Glazed Door
Concealed Bottom Element
Handcrafted In Australia
5 Year Parts & Labour Warranty
5 Function Single Oven with Timer
• Full glass door back
• Easy to read control panel
• 58 litre capacity
• 120 minute cut-off timer
• Double glazed door
• Concealed bottom element
• 5 Oven functions: light, defrost, fan forced, grill, fan grill
• Electrical rating: 2400W
• 2 Year warranty on Parts & Labour
Our Price: $1099.00
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