Aeg 4 Drawer Freezer - Empire Direct - was £449 now £149 + p + p £19.99 (ouch - still a bargain)+ Quidco - HotUKDeals
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* 94 litre upright freezer
* Energy Rating
A
* Energy consumption 208kWh per year
* Fast freeze in 24 hours/16 kg
* Temperature rising time: 20 hours
* Audible temperature warning
* Solid plastic freezer drawers
* Frozen food calendar
* Energy Efficiency recommended
* Reversible Door
* Slider door fittings

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banned 1 Like #1
It's an excellent price :thumbsup:
I was going to post it first thing this morning but I'm still in desperate need for a integrated fridge for about that price inc del.
Cheapest I can get is the Asda deal I think at approx £180.00
Can anyone help me please
Heat & rep to op for posting :thumbsup:
#2
Hot deal.

Got a 20 year old AEG freezer like this one that lives in my garage. Never gone wrong and it lives in some pretty harsh conditions out there.
#3
We are after a new freezer, I had a look at the Which report and it said

In general this is a decent appliance, although in very warm environments the temperature inside the freezer is slightly warmer than the ideal, so you may need to adjust the setting if the freezer is stored somewhere hot.

The four drawers have opaque fronts so unfortunately you can't see what's in them, but the presence of an internal thermometer is a welcome addition and can be fitted to the front of any of the drawers; we recommend fitting it to the top drawer nearest the side that the door opens as this is likely to be the warmest part of the freezer.

The drawers are easy to slide and feel sturdy: the drawer stops work well to prevent you pulling them out too far but it's easy to completely remove the drawers if you need to.

You will have to defrost this freezer manually; there is a small channel to help drain water but you will need to place something underneath to catch the water. The controls are easy enough to use although you'll need to bend down to see them as they are obscured a little by the top of the appliance. There is a fast freeze switch and visible and audible high temp warnings. AEG-Electrolux make a matching fridge for this for this model: AG98850-4I.

Pros: Quick to freeze, low running costs.

Cons: Hard to see controls.

Voted hot:
#4
thank you if have been looking for a really good one:thumbsup:
#5
BigAde
Hot deal.

Got a 20 year old AEG freezer like this one that lives in my garage. Never gone wrong...

You can't really compare a modern electrical item with a 20 year old one though.
They weren't owned by Electrolux back then for a start :whistling:
#6
Thanks, i just ordered one too.
#7
I'd expect that to be £149 in the first place not £449!!
#8
What a numpty i am. It is a built in freezer so i have had to cancel order. Thought i'd post this in case of any other numptys!
#9
Collect from store is free, so if you've transport and a store near you, you could save £20.
#10
mandles
What a numpty i am. It is a built in freezer so i have had to cancel order. Thought i'd post this in case of any other numptys!


Does that mean it can't be used as a standalone freezer? When it says "built in", do there need to be special fittings for it or can it fit into any under-worktop space available?
#11
callum9999
Does that mean it can't be used as a standalone freezer? When it says "built in", do there need to be special fittings for it or can it fit into any under-worktop space available?


I could not see any pictures of front anywhere and usually built in freezers hace a funny front so that you can attach your door to it . So i think it does not have the normal front that under counter freezers have.
#12
If it is a built in unit that is a bargain!
#13
simate
I'd expect that to be £149 in the first place not £449!!


I thought that too but in fairness dixons really are selling it for £388.54

http://www.dixons.co.uk/martprd/store/dix_page.jsp?page=Product&source_id=aw&sku=357697&camp_id=CHEETAH%20MARKETING&source_id=aw&camp_id=CHEETAH%20MARKETING
#14
Just a reminder that ED's online stock system doesn't seem to update as quickly as their telephone systems so if you DO want this, and are prepared to forego any online cashback opportunity for certainty, you would be best ringing them.

MKD
#15
deal appears to be gone now
#16
mine has just been cancelled so may be one left(dont want intergrated)
#17
I hope everyone who ordered these got them as Empire Direct have gone into administration!

http://www.empiredirect.co.uk/



Mark Firmin and Richard Fleming, both of KPMG LLP, were appointed in the High Court as Joint Administrators of Empire Direct Plc on 19 January 2009 The business is unable to trade in administration due to low stock levels and operating losses and accordingly the stores have been closed. The administrators are working hard to assess the position for customers who have made payments and not received goods. We will endeavour to contact these customers over the next few weeks.

Anyone interested in acquiring any part of the business should contact the administrators forthwith.

If you are a customer then please call the helpline on 08714729000. If you are a supplier then please call the helpline on 08714729001. Alternatively you can send an email to [email protected]">[email protected].

Please note that emails will be responded to as soon as possible, however this may not be on the same day that we receive your query.

The affairs, business and property of Empire Direct Plc are being managed by the Joint Administrators

The Joint Administrators act as agents of the company and contract without personal liability

Mark Granville Firmin is authorised to act as an insolvency practitioner by the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England & Wales Richard Dixon Fleming is authorised to act as an insolvency practitioner by the Insolvency Practitioners Association.
#18
As stated by the Administrator's announcement if you have paid but not received you haven't necessarily lost your money, though there's a fair risk of that.

Otherwise hopefully you paid by credit card - eg see MSE on the subject:
http://www.moneysavingexpert.com/shopping/section75-protect-your-purchases

MKD

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