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Once: Win 1 of 2 Gorenje Retro Refrigerator's

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6y, 9m agoFound 6 years, 9 months ago / ended 16 Mar 1016 March 2010
Gorenje Retro Refrigerator

QUESTION :- In the energy efficiency rating scale which is most efficient from the following?


The retro look has been brightening up our kitchens for some time, and now top quality European manufacturer Gorenje UK is offering you the chance to win one of their stunning refrigerators, the RB6288OGR, which is incredibly eco-friendly too.

The stylish new Funky models extend to three colours lime green, funky orange and raspberry pink as well as standard colours of cream and black. They create the perfect mix of old-time 50s style with the very latest cooling technology.

To celebrate the launch of its Retro Collection, we have teamed up with Gorenje UK to offer you the chance to win one of two amazing refrigerators. .

Boasting an incredible economic A+ class rating, these models can make energy savings of up to 25%. The 247 litre fridge is fully decked out with glass shelves and there is a handy 21 litre compact freezer compartment for your everyday frozen food. And it comes complete with added peace of mind, a comprehensive five year parts and labour guarantee too!

Gorenje has thoughtfully designed these refrigerators with all the classic looks of yesteryear combined with todays great cooling technology. One of these trendy models will no doubt add a splash of colour to any kitchen! See all the models and all the colours at http://www.gorenje.co.uk

Dimensions: H x W x D: 146.5 x 60 x 63.5 cm
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6y, 9m agoFound 6 years, 9 months ago / ended 16 Mar 1016 March 2010

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How weird. If the correct answer is A++, why is the fridge you win only class A+? And why is class A+ incredibly efficient, if A++ is state of the art? Remember: it is not free if you have to pay for the electricity.
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