- 420 Litres (~21 bags of shopping)
- Annual Energy Use: £102.92
- Lockable Lid
- Interior Light
- 3 Baskets Supplied
- Not Safe for Garage Use
AT A GLANCE...
A great value chest freezer from Curry's own brand with plenty of space to offer
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Logik is one of Curry's own brands, and produce a variety of household electricals that are high on specification and low on price, usually because they are re-badged versions of other well-known brands.
This is the largest model in their range and offers a huge 420 litres of usable storage space - that is about 21 full bags of shopping, so it's ideal for a busy family household.
This freezer has a lockable lid, interior light and the unit is mounted on castors for easy movement. Rather generously, three wire baskets are supplied to help keep the interior nice and organised.
A front mounted drain port helps make defrosting easier, and the freezer can keep food safe for up to 43 hours in the event of a power cut - well above average.
Another plus point is the E rating for energy - most chest freezers, especially of this size are F rated (on the scale of A to G with A being the best).
Doesn't Likes The Outside
Unlike some of the smaller models in the Logik range, this freezer is not suitable for keeping in the garage or outbuilding. We're not sure why they didn't include the WinterGuard technology that allows this, it seems a bit of an omission for such a big freezer.
Despite the fact that you'll need to house this in the kitchen or utility room, it otherwise has a very high specification and it is very competitively priced against competition from Haier and Beko.
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The amount of actual usable interior space for storage of food
That's about 21 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
85.2cm 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 £102.92
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: 41 decibels
Particularly important if the freezer will be kept in a room inside your property
Foodsafe Time: 43 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
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|Capacity||420 litres||413 litres||519 litres||360 litres||308 litres|
|Width||144.8 cm||141 cm||165 cm||128.5 cm||112.0 cm|
|Energy Use||332 kWh/year||333 kWh/year||385 kWh/year||303 kWh/year||289 kWh/year|
|Price||Not in Stock||£449.00||£625.00||Not in Stock||£279.00|
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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. The manufacturer recommends defrosting twice a year. Unplug the drain port at the front to let defrosted ice from inside run off into a suitable container.
How many baskets does it come with?
Three baskets are supplied with this freezer
How any watts does the freezer use?
Over the period of one year, it will use around 332 watts of electricity
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