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* Energy rating A.

* Net fresh food storage volume 92 litres.

* Net frozen food storage volume 53 litres.

* Storage capacity 5.12cuft.

* 4 star rating.


* Fridge:

* 2 adjustable glass shelves.

* Bottle rack in door.

* Salad crisper compartment.


* Freezer:

* 3 storage compartments with removable plastic baskets.


* Freezer at the bottom.

* Reversible doors.

* Manual thermostat temperature control.


* Size (H)145, (W)48, (D)53cm.

* Energy consumption 252kWh/year.

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#1
Do they have any kinda warranty available?
#2
#3
Is there any technical difference between this and the white one which is £10 cheaper?
AAFF48145W . I am assuming not :thumbsup:
#4
Cheers op. I was looking at this yesterday as I'm moving house in 6-8 weeks. Might have to buy it now and store it somewhere with that discount.
#5
smashed
Is there any technical difference between this and the white one which is £10 cheaper?
AAFF48145W . I am assuming not :thumbsup:


Nope, just colour. Cracking price for a cold box:thumbsup:
#6
good price!!
#7
diosamente
Do they have any kinda warranty available?
http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/8854052.htm
#8
hot, just paid £170 from comet for something similar.
#9
Great deal. Heat added.
#10
Be interesting to know who actually makes this. I would guess some Chinese company like Haier or similar

Very cheap for a small Fridge freezer and may be worth taking out some extra warranty if cheap enough because I can't imagine it will be trouble free

Only 50cm wide just so people measure up. Full size ones are usually 60cm like other appliances so you may have a gap
Voted hot for the price
#11
And a A rating....good spot
#12
blackpoolsaver
What am I missing? £149.99 silver £139.99 white


The first sentence of the OP maybe??
#13
OH sorry thanks for pointing it out - having a blonde day!!
#14
Fridge Freezers tend to be quite reliable what ever the brand. Certainly better to risk a cheap fridge freezer rather than a washing machine.
#15
bonzobanana
Fridge Freezers tend to be quite reliable what ever the brand. Certainly better to risk a cheap fridge freezer rather than a washing machine.


I do agree with that for sure
However not nice to come home and find your motor has packed up and you freezer contents are lost. These things are cheap for a reason unfortunately
#16


I'd expect a fridge/freezer to last a lot longer than three years under normal conditions and expect the Sales of Goods Act would agree with this also. I'd begrudge paying almost 50% of the product price for what is basically the convenience of the store admitting they are in the wrong rather than you having to prove they are in the wrong should something happen.
#17
P.E
I do agree with that for sure
However not nice to come home and find your motor has packed up and you freezer contents are lost. These things are cheap for a reason unfortunately


Some of the better brands are using chinese electrical components but assembled in europe etc.

Reviews on Argos seem very positive except a few comments about being smaller than expected. Someone even bought two and hinged one set of doors the other way so could make a fake american style fridge/freezer by standing them together :w00t:

Not sure I'd be convinced by that if I saw it though.
#18
P.E
Be interesting to know who actually makes this. I would guess some Chinese company like Haier or similar

Very cheap for a small Fridge freezer and may be worth taking out some extra warranty if cheap enough because I can't imagine it will be trouble free

Only 50cm wide just so people measure up. Full size ones are usually 60cm like other appliances so you may have a gap
Voted hot for the price


A hot fridge? ............er.......:whistling:
#19
Hot.. needed one to replace my old secondhand Fridge/Freezer.
Quidco 1.5%, dont forget.
#20
Nice one... I was looking at purchasing this a couple of weeks back for the actual price.. Got to love these forums! Thanks poster :-)
#21
Does anyone know if Argos will take away your old fridge when collecting this one?

Thanks
#22
The place I'm renting, during my stay down in Newport has this unit - it is a bit on the "dinky" side but you can pack a fair amount into it if you take your time.

Can't say that I have any real complaints but I'd go for a bigger one if I was paying for it - ideal if you are a bit limited for space in the kitchen though :thumbsup:
#23
comes up as £150 for me?
#24
landofdan
comes up as £150 for me?


Use code KITCHDISC
#25
mr_bigg
Does anyone know if Argos will take away your old fridge when collecting this one?

Thanks


If you look at some of the other Argos Value Range they have an option you can add for £7.50 and they will remove your old one, for some reason this one doesn't have that option, only the extended warranty.
#26
RiTSo
I'd expect a fridge/freezer to last a lot longer than three years under normal conditions and expect the Sales of Goods Act would agree with this also. I'd begrudge paying almost 50% of the product price for what is basically the convenience of the store admitting they are in the wrong rather than you having to prove they are in the wrong should something happen.


It also depends on cost, would you expect a £125 FF to last 3 years maybe not
#27
P.E
Be interesting to know who actually makes this. I would guess some Chinese company like Haier or similar



As long as it ain't Hotpoint or Shotpoint as I now like to call them. Kitted an entire kitchen out with Hopoint stuff only 5 years ago and everything but the extractor hood has failed. Won't touch their stuff again, ever! A £600 fridge freezer only lasted 4.5 years, so went out and bought a Beko one to replace it at nearly half the price and 1.5 times the size, I'm prepared to take my chances with cheaper makes than pay through the nose for household names from now on. ;-)
#28
Brilliant price :-D
#29
bonzobanana
Some of the better brands are using chinese electrical components but assembled in europe etc.

Reviews on Argos seem very positive except a few comments about being smaller than expected. Someone even bought two and hinged one set of doors the other way so could make a fake american style fridge/freezer by standing them together :w00t:

Not sure I'd be convinced by that if I saw it though.


Is two A rated fridge freezers AA rated?
#30
RiTSo
If you look at some of the other Argos Value Range they have an option you can add for £7.50 and they will remove your old one, for some reason this one doesn't have that option, only the extended warranty.


You could just phone the council and offer the guys who deliver it £7.50 to lift the old one onto the kerb!
#31
Great find - Thanks. H&R added
#32
price gone up :(
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al355
price gone up :(



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#34
deanos
It also depends on cost, would you expect a £125 FF to last 3 years maybe not


Our 20+ year old Westinghouse upright freezer bought from "the yellow paper" (Scottish Supermart) for 50 quid back in 1990 (second hand) is still going strong! :whistling:

And to cap it all, its been in an outhouse all that time too!

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