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Strange Request - Lockable Fridge

ClintEast Avatar
9y, 7m agoPosted 9 years, 7 months ago
Hi All

I am looking to buy or at least enquire into purchasing a lockable fridge.

Reason?

Well i still sadly live at home with my parents at 36 now (Doesnt time fly) and on occassion i will buy cheese/meat etc put in fridge.

Now sometimes some of that food dissapears (Maybe i ate it one drunken night) but i would feel better buying my own fridge but also having a lock on it.

Tried searching online but ended up various lab places thinking i want it for chemicals and such. Found one on ebay but not sure if its like 40 quid homer simpson cooler that doesnt really refridgerate but blows cold air.

Anyway help/advice is appreciated.

Regards

Clint
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9y, 7m agoPosted 9 years, 7 months ago
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banned#1
Your 36, still living at home. Your parents deserve a bit of free cheese or meat every now and then!
#2
become vegan:thumbsup:
#4
awe ... stop picking on him,:cry:, i would love it if my kids stayed at home till that age,
#5
This forum is not a place to pick on people's lifestyle choices. Removed posts. The guy is asking for help in finding an item, let's get on with things the way we normally do and help!!
#6
http://www.cartoonstock.com/lowres/epa1534l.jpg

This explains it! :w00t:

Can you not use a child lock kinda thing? Or are you wanting a lock and key type? :thinking:
#7
http://www.prankplace.com/images/fun/lockup2.jpg
#8
Would I be incorrect in thinking that instead of looking for a lockable fridge there are products on the market that you can fit to any fridge that provide a lockable feature. Can't lay my eyes on one ATM but I am sure I have seen them.

I guess you need to go to a university student forum they will know for sure.


lockable fridge

another

now I'm on a roll

ok this for the lock for any fridge
#9
JDeal
Your 36, still living at home. Your parents deserve a bit of free cheese or meat every now and then!


Hehe yes. Have you seen the price of houses? I work in an accounts dept on office wage. I couldnt afford to live anywhere else. Oh well, will have to get mrs preggers and get a free house off the council :)
#10
Thanks for the replies all including the mickey takers (I am not easily offended).

I just get annoyed that i buy food cos my mum/stepdad buy me like one thing a week and then when I go to the effort of buying my own food to have sandwich and some bleeder has took my own food it just bugs me is all.

Now where to put the item? Cant have it in my bedroom damn fridge noise will keep me awake all night :(

Silent Lockable Fridge :)
#11
When I served in the Forces, I had a fridge in my room, I didn't find the 'noise' a problem. I had an old fridge and I'm going back about 15 years. New fridges have a very quiet compressor, so I really doubt it will keep you awake. But, if you are going to get the "Mrs Preggers" you'll need to be awake to do it. ;-)
#12
How about getting one of those plug-in cool boxes. Think you can get the adapters fairly cheaply.
#13
have you tried asking the people you live with to not eat your food? works for me.
#14
Good idea lewiep. I think its my bro when hes had his £2.00 bottle of White Lightning he goes on a food festival and wake up to a bombshell of a kitchen next day.
banned#15
How about lacing the food with some chemicals?

They won't touch it again and, if your lucky, you will end up with a house.
#16
ClintEast
Good idea lewiep. I think its my bro when hes had his £2.00 bottle of White Lightning he goes on a food festival and wake up to a bombshell of a kitchen next day.


Well perhaps a door lock would be better? Just shut him in.
#17
ClintEast
Hi All

I am looking to buy or at least enquire into purchasing a lockable fridge.

Reason?

Well i still sadly live at home with my parents at 36 now (Doesnt time fly) and on occassion i will buy cheese/meat etc put in fridge.

Now sometimes some of that food dissapears (Maybe i ate it one drunken night) but i would feel better buying my own fridge but also having a lock on it.

Tried searching online but ended up various lab places thinking i want it for chemicals and such. Found one on ebay but not sure if its like 40 quid homer simpson cooler that doesnt really refridgerate but blows cold air.

Anyway help/advice is appreciated.

Regards

Clint


Daewoo offer this fridge that is listed as having a "lock" - but it doesn't say what kind:
http://www.daewooelectronics.co.uk/gb/products/cool_ref_one.htm

You could try calling their Customer Services to ask: 0870 100 2525 (0118 9252614 for those allergic to 0870 numbers)

Amazon list them as out of stock, but there's a guy on eBay with them @ £115.99 brand new, with free delivery:
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[mod]#18
Hi mobilez, i've removed your ebay link as these are not allowed in the forum :)
#19
My mate and his brother still live at home with their parents. He's 32 and his brother is 40!

But high house prices and poor wages mean they're both fairly effectively stuck with it.
#20
Most of the really small hotel minibar type fridges are virtually silent as I think they use a condenser. Normal fridges use a compressor which switch and humm on/off at night and would be annoying.

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