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Looking around for Hobs and Hoods, and have basically narrowed down my options to:

1. EF

2. Electrolux

3. Ariston

4. Rinnai

Obvious reason for picking EF is its price, but also because it has the cast iron on stainless steel look that I love. The other brands don't seem to have that. I read through the reviews and most seem to like Rinnai, but Electrolux and Ariston don't seem to do too bad either but are expensive.

Has anyone used EF before? And if yes, do you have any comments about this brand?

Thanks!

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Looking around for Hobs and Hoods, and have basically narrowed down my options to:

1. EF

2. Electrolux

3. Ariston

4. Rinnai

Obvious reason for picking EF is its price, but also because it has the cast iron on stainless steel look that I love. The other brands don't seem to have that. I read through the reviews and most seem to like Rinnai, but Electrolux and Ariston don't seem to do too bad either but are expensive.

Has anyone used EF before? And if yes, do you have any comments about this brand?

Thanks!

hi eelinn I heard fr my ID e/f is an establish brand in tis market lar. Personally Im shortlisting E/f and Rinnai. See anywan can to share here so that we can make good decisions :D so far ur research E/f is the cheapest??

 

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hi eelinn I heard fr my ID e/f is an establish brand in tis market lar. Personally Im shortlisting E/f and Rinnai. See anywan can to share here so that we can make good decisions :D so far ur research E/f is the cheapest??

Thanks Pinkieberrie. Yes, so far EF is the cheapest. Then there's also UNO, but I don't like the UNO look as much. Still torn, but I've narrowed down my options to EF and Electrolux....

 

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Thanks Pinkieberrie. Yes, so far EF is the cheapest. Then there's also UNO, but I don't like the UNO look as much. Still torn, but I've narrowed down my options to EF and Electrolux....

i aso bought the EF hob and hood though not even installed yet. I was also attracted to the cast iron :D seems like a very established brand and price is attractive. Where did u look at urs? u can go to Everjoint, Goh Ah Bee or like me Mega Discount. Price are nego there but cash terms if you ok with it.

 

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i aso bought the EF hob and hood though not even installed yet. I was also attracted to the cast iron :D seems like a very established brand and price is attractive. Where did u look at urs? u can go to Everjoint, Goh Ah Bee or like me Mega Discount. Price are nego there but cash terms if you ok with it.

oh so you also have the 3 burner cast iron one? i love that look and it's so hard to find (unless you want to spend a fortune on those upmarket brands). i went to mega discount store, an experience i really enjoyed because the staff are friendly, easy going, and they give good quotes. my ID also tells me it's a reliable brand...i guess i won't know until i actually use it...i did hear that after service by casa is quite lacking though. have you heard about that?

 

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oh so you also have the 3 burner cast iron one? i love that look and it's so hard to find (unless you want to spend a fortune on those upmarket brands). i went to mega discount store, an experience i really enjoyed because the staff are friendly, easy going, and they give good quotes. my ID also tells me it's a reliable brand...i guess i won't know until i actually use it...i did hear that after service by casa is quite lacking though. have you heard about that?

no i have not heard of that...is it true? I bought a Elba washer which would aso be under casa.... :(

I had a great experience too at Mega and ended up buying most of my electrical & appliances there. which outlet did u go?

 

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no i have not heard of that...is it true? I bought a Elba washer which would aso be under casa.... :(

I had a great experience too at Mega and ended up buying most of my electrical & appliances there. which outlet did u go?

i remember reading from this forum (can't remember which thread) that the after service is not that good. casa has had a few problems with that apparently. that's part of the reason i'm so hesitant to get EF.

i went to mega discount at kallang leisure park, and think i'm going to end up buying many of my appliances there. the guy there knew i was comparing quotes at the time so he asked me to go compare, and when i was ready to buy, to go back there and he'll give me his best price. so...i think that's what i'll do.

 

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i remember reading from this forum (can't remember which thread) that the after service is not that good. casa has had a few problems with that apparently. that's part of the reason i'm so hesitant to get EF.

i went to mega discount at kallang leisure park, and think i'm going to end up buying many of my appliances there. the guy there knew i was comparing quotes at the time so he asked me to go compare, and when i was ready to buy, to go back there and he'll give me his best price. so...i think that's what i'll do.

i think it's a different casa? I read abt the casa was a furniture co. so not sure if it's the one....

yeah, i compared a little before going back. I bought from Kallang Leisurepark too. served by Alan....IIRC

 

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oh no no not the furniture casa. it's the casa that's a distributor of various home appliances, for eg., elba and EF...

anyway...if the product is good enough...you won't even need after sales service! :) good luck on your EF...let me know how it goes :)

 

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oh no no not the furniture casa. it's the casa that's a distributor of various home appliances, for eg., elba and EF...

anyway...if the product is good enough...you won't even need after sales service! :) good luck on your EF...let me know how it goes :)

sure if u can wait, most likely be moving in July.

 

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actually i shortlisted on ellane then i saw EF's cast iron rings and I'm sold... the shop's boss told me it's better for heavy cooking, cos the other brands comes with the shiny coated type which will peel over time, and that's what happened to my previous hob. of cos the cheap price is another bonus!

 

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actually i shortlisted on ellane then i saw EF's cast iron rings and I'm sold... the shop's boss told me it's better for heavy cooking, cos the other brands comes with the shiny coated type which will peel over time, and that's what happened to my previous hob. of cos the cheap price is another bonus!

Hi Merydith

you may consider Tenkei TEP 730 IX ,the grids are cast iron, with safety valve .

KM

 

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EF brand is cheapest, does it mean it is not that good?

Hi Newie-X ,

nope , is just that its import from C.... Most brands in the market now are having promotion and some prices are real shocking :) is the after service tats count :)

KM

 

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Hi Merydith

you may consider Tenkei TEP 730 IX ,the grids are cast iron, with safety valve .

KM

never seen this brand before.. where to get from? is it a 3 ring burner?

btw, EF ovens good?

 

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