- 519 Litres (~26 bags of shopping)
- Annual Energy Use: £119.35
- Huge Capacity
- 2 Baskets
- Easy Defrosting
- Not Suitable for Garage
AT A GLANCE...
One of the biggest chest freezers available with over 500 litres of usable space
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Say goodbye to freezer Tetris - here's a simply cavernous freezer with over 500 litres of usable space: enough storage for 26 full bags of shopping.
Haier is a popular Chinese brand that has a long-standing partnership with premium German brand Liebherr, so there's peace of mind in terms of quality and reliability.
One aspect of that quality shines through in the insulation this freezer has. It really helps with energy efficiency (it uses only 385kw/h of electricity per year despite its size), and it can keep food safe for up to 35 hours in a powercut.
A handy LCD temperature readout tells you at a glance how cold the interior is, while an accessible front drain port will help when it comes to the chore of defrosting (sorry, not even this one is frost-free!)
Two wire baskets come as standard
The chunky handle is easy to use with hands full
A bright light illuminates the large interior
LCD readout accurately tells you the internal temperature
A clean back allows for a flush fit against the wall and keeps dust away
There are only two baskets supplied, which is a bit mean given its size although most manufacturers do skimp here and also make it difficult to find additional ones (you could try here)
It is a shame that despite its otherwise high-spec that it is not suitable for garages or other unheated outbuildings. So you'll need a decent size kitchen, utility room or spare room to keep it in.
Here's a real giant of the appliance world, one of the largest consumer chest freezers around so you will always have plenty of choice for quick and convenient family meals.
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The amount of actual usable interior space for storage of food
That's about 26 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). Read about freezers in garages
Minimum ambient air temperature of place where the freezer will be used
84.5cm High (with lid closed)
Remember to allow a few centimetres air gap around each side
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 rated F, based on the new scale of A to G. A new rating system came into effect in March 2021
Annual Energy Cost £119.35
Approximate annual cost of electricity to run the freezer based on normal usage. Assumes an average rate of 0.31p per unit
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: 48 decibels
Particularly important if the freezer will be kept in a room inside your property
Foodsafe Time: 35 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
For more help, read our buyers guide
Frequently Asked Questions
Is this product suitable for outbuildings?
No it is not designed to be kept in unheated outbuildings where the temperature will dip below 10 degrees Celsius.
Is this freezer frost free?
No freezers are currently frost free. Manufacturers recommend defrosting twice a year. Unplug the drain port at the front to let defrosted ice from inside run off into a suitable container.
Can the handle be removed?
Yes, to help in negotiating narrow doorways during installation the handle is not attached from the factory but is easily installed once the freezer is in place.
How many baskets are supplied?
Two removeable wire baskets come as standard with this appliance
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