Customer Reviews — Indesit Aria Electric Single Oven - Stainless Steel - A Rated

Customer Reviews — Indesit Aria Electric Single Oven - Stainless Steel - A Rated

Indesit Aria IFW6340IX Built In Electric Single Oven - Stainless Steel - A Rated
£189
  • Multifunctional oven - gives you more ways to cook
  • 66 litre capacity - great for a large household
  • Automatic programmes take the guesswork out of cooking
  • Grease-proof enamel coating makes oven cleaning easy
  • Dimensions (cm) H59.5 x W59.5 x D55.1 – Learn more
4.8 / 5
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Broke 3 months out of warranty

1/5
It stopped working 3 months out of warranty. Indesit/Whirlpool don’t provide fault diagnosis over the phone so you need to book a £120 engineer call out, plus parts. Spend a bit more on a better brand now and save yourself money in the long run.
T
Colour: Stainless Steel
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NOT FOR ME

1/5
Hate it. Large capacity but only one shelf. No grill pan. Gets full of condensation when cooking. Far inferior to the Belling it replaced Only used it three times and smoke belches out it when door opened.
Elaine
Colour: Black
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cheap is what you get

2/5
this oven is cheap, although it says Indesit, which was Italian brand, this is a Polish made oven from Whirlpool, steam poured from the front on second use so had repairman out, front door and body are not parallel but strange curve between, I would pay a bit more and get a proper oven and one in which you can also cook with the fan off. AO delivery however was brilliant
Bertie Esmond
Colour: Stainless Steel
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Indesit Aria

2/5
Visually a Good oven, tempremental controls which often means oven is Still cold when food should actually be cooked. Oven temperature runs hotter than it should.
Frances
Colour: Black
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All was fine when...

3/5
This oven worked very well and we had no complaints until recently, approximately 18 months after purchasing the oven. Now it doesn't heat up correctly, and food is not cooked. Even leaving food in for longer does nothing. We've tried some simple repairs to no avail. The repair costs from Indesit (£120 minimum regardless of what is wrong), and parts makes repairing it uneconomical. It is disappointing that there is only a 1 year guarantee on this oven as clearly it should last for many years. We will be avoiding Indesit, Whirlpool and Hotpoint now.
Nathan
Colour: Stainless Steel
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A fine oven for the price

3/5
The knobs are a little cheap looking but what are you expecting for this price? Oven works well but is a little noisy. The main problem is that you only get one wire tray but you can buy them from the makers with little fuss so that's ok. Over-all I'm happy with what I got for the price I paid.
Gary
Colour: Stainless Steel
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Budget Oven, No Hassle

3/5
Easy plug and play. AO were great with delivery, installation and removal of old oven. The door gets too hot to touch and it only comes with one shelf, but a fine basic oven.
S
Colour: Stainless Steel
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Good oven not such good design

3/5
Bought as a like for like replacement for an old indesit plug in oven. Main drawback is the cable is a good fifteen inches shorter than the old one. The old one also had the cable in the middle of the oven at the back whereas this one is as far to the left of the oven as it is possible to get - and my socket is on the right (all facing the oven). The cable was therefore too short to reach the plug socket. I had to get an electrician which completely defeated the object of buying a plug in oven! I may have missed these facts in the description but it seems daft to have a cable to the side. The oven itself seems ok, not used most of the functions yet as only had it a week. Time will tell!
Nicky
Colour: White
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