Chest Freezer Reviews ... since 2011 - a Hand-Picked Guide


Beko CF625W
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Key Features
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The amount of actual usable interior space for storage of food

We've categorised freezers into small, medium, large and x-large

Whether the manufactured has confirmed that this freezer can be safely used in unheated spaces where the temperature may drop close to or below, freezing (0 degrees Celsius)

Minimum ambient air temperature of place where the freezer will be used

Total width of the unit. Remember to allow a couple of centimetres air gap around the sides

Total height of the unit (with lid closed)

Total depth of the unit. Remember to allow a couple of centimetres air gap at the back

Total amount of energy the freezer will use in one year, based on normal usage (1 kWh = 1 unit of electricity)

Ranked according to energy efficiency. Most are A+, those ranked A++ and even A+++ are very economical

Whether the lid has a lock fitted in the handle (useful to stop young children opening the lid)

Whether the freezer has an interior light that comes on when the lid is opened

Noise rating of the compressor in decibels. Particularly important if the freezer will be kept in a room inside your property

Maximum time that the freezer can keep food safe to eat in the event of a powercut. May also be called the rising time.

No chest freezers are currently frost-free. Find out why in this article

In Detail

A very popular medium sized model from Beko that has 205 litres of space, and in common with all current Beko freezers it has FreezerGuard which means it's suitable for using in garages and outbuildings down to -15 degrees Celsius!

There is 1 basket and a lockable lid but no interior light. The drain port is underneath at the front so defrosting is made a lot easier.

A popular medium sized chest freezer that's safe for use in the garage

Beko CF625W

£199.99 from Currys | Shop Now

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