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want to buy a free standing frige freezer dont know where to start..

BeautifulBethy Avatar
7y, 9m agoPosted 7 years, 9 months ago
im after a fridge freezer in silver to suit a family of 3/4 (one on the way!) and dont have a clue what make is good,
ive seen one in currys which is samsung are they any good or should i stick to hotpoint? we have had a beko one and its been useless..
Ive got about £300-£320 max to spend. :)
Many thanks in advance!! xxxx
BeautifulBethy Avatar
7y, 9m agoPosted 7 years, 9 months ago

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Try white box deals

Samsung we had one it's not good gone back to Hotpoint,

Find the one you like in Curry's/Comet then get it from Whitebox great comparison site I saved £200 doing it this way!!!
hi i had a samsung american fridge freezer lastest 2 months 2 guys came out 2 different timesto fix fridge i have now sent it back dont know if it true but fridge man said they are always called out to samsungs
have you looked at these sites
aww thanks for that. i have no clue :) xx
got a brand new unused full stainless smeg ff cost 1200 will sell for £500 if you can push your budget
I would normally recommend Miele for domestic appliances but actually owning one of their fridge freezers has not been a wonderful experience; it simply can't cope with more than 3 or 4 items being put in the freezer at a time, the drain from the fridge constantly clogs up and floods the right hand salad tray and the interior of the fridge looks suspiciously the same as lots of Bosch fridge freezers. It also makes a horrible gurgling noise twice a day. It's less than 2 years old.
However, my brother has a Siemens which he's had for over 15 years and is still going strong (and quietly) so have a look at their range would be my tip. In my experience the AEG part of the Electrolux group is also very good.
I have an LG which I have had for 7 months so far. Looks Great and has been working great too! I recommend them.
I also had a 'Maytag' one for 10 years prior to my new one which was very good but broke down in the end, forcing us to buy a new one. I would recommend MAYTAG wholeheartedly, but they are VERY expensive IIRC.

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