- A+ Rated
- Compact Size
- Below Average Power Consumption
IN A SENTENCE...
A compact, simple, no-nonsense entry level chest freezer that just does the job
This entry level model from Bush has below average energy consumption at 170 kwh per year (approx. £25/year). Other than that it's a no-frills compact chest freezer with a counterbalanced lid and one basket - fairly standard stuff.
It does have a 24 hour rising time (that's how long food can last a power cut and still be safe to eat), which is pretty good for a basic freezer.
The front mounted drain plug is a welcome addition and makes defrosting easier. You just let the ice inside melt and let the water run out the drain plug into a suitable receptacle.
The lid is counterbalanced which means it stays open and won't slam shut on you, and one basket is provided but that's about all for extra features.
Although this unit is capable of working in air temperatures down to 10 degrees Celsius, Bush have stated this is not suitable for use in unheated areas like garages.
A black version is also available that has the same specification but with a bit more of a jazzy appearance.
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The amount of actual usable interior space for storage of food
That's about 5 bags of shopping
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
85cm High (with lid closed)
Remember to allow a couple of centimetres air gap around the sides
Total amount of energy the freezer will use in one year, based on normal usage (1 kWh is equal to 1 unit of electricity).
Rating based on energy efficiency. Most are A+, those ranked A++ and even A+++ are very economical.
Annual Energy Cost £25.50
Approximate annual cost of electricity to run the freezer based on normal usage. Assumes an average rate of £0.15 per unit
No chest freezers are currently frost-free. Find out why in this article
Lockable Lid: No
Whether the lid has a lock fitted in the handle (useful to stop young children opening the lid)
Interior Light: No
Whether the freezer has an interior light that comes on when the lid is opened
Noise: 42 decibels
Particularly important if the freezer will be kept in a room inside your property
Foodsafe Time: 20 hours
Maximum time that the freezer can keep food safe to eat in the event of a powercut. May also be called the rising time
WHERE TO BUYMore
These retailers are well established and have a good reputation among purchasers.
Over the years, we've noticed some online only outfits pop-up and offer very competitive prices but cut corners on delivery and customer service, and tend to not last very long!
- Appliances Online (AO)
Online only but been going for 20 years and stock exchange listed (FTSE 250). Own delivery and installation staff. They recycle over 700,000 fridges per year!
A High Street staple that has been in business for almost 50 years. Some smaller freezers can be ordered online and picked up in store - if you're feeling strong
Another well-known UK brand with a strong online presence as well as a wide network of bricks and mortar stores (speak to real people!)
- John Lewis
Offers legendary customer service both online and in store, and have many own brand items including chest freezers as well as their own delivery and installation crews
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