Written on: 18/04/2013
We have one of these Creda Colonial Cookers which was installed as part of our new Home's Electrical Appliances back in December 2003. We have not experienced any problems so far (touch wood)!! Must be very lucky but will take note of other comments re expensive replacement parts. We have always had a German Made Cooker and most of our other Home Electrical Appliances are of course from the like of Miele, AEG with the exception of a Dyson Hoover. If you want quality then you have to pay... (read more)
Written on: 10/03/2008 by Jochen Stacker
This Creda Colonial 48189 has expensive knobs that are masterly designed to just about outlast the warranty and then break all at the same time and cost £15 each. Coincidence? (read more)
Written on: 21/10/2004 by Carolyn Langshaw
Purchased the Creda Colonial 48189 to replace my 20 year old Belling, after only 20 months the element on the Creda blew & had to be replaced at a cost of £65, the electrician said the lifespan for a cooker element is usually at least 15 years, so what happened to my under used oven?
Wrote to Creda, but they haven't even bothered to reply.
Not the most reliable of products or manufacturers! (read more)