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Dont let the heat spoil your beer, cola and wine keep them all refreshingly cold in this handy chiller.

Capacity: 48 litres
Glass door
Thermoelectric unit
Available in: Black or Silver
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#1
I'm not sure I'd want a fridge with a counter keeping track of the number of beers that I've consumed! :whistling:

Seriously though, nice price , although I bought a silver Stella Artois branded 'Husky' from Asda for £50 a couple of years back.
#2
Because its a FRDIGE!!! lol
#3
v2drinkers
How can anyone vote this cold?



:whistling: Hmmm perhaps because its not cheap ? and the counter gimmick doesnt make it any more useful.
#4
Anyone know the energy rating? or how loud it would be??

I know the huskys are "B" rated, i'd want this in my room, dunno if it would keep me awake. And 'cause im 16 it will only have coca-cola in it, naturally!
banned#5
gary_rip
Because its a FRDIGE!!! lol


What is a FRDIGE?
#6
richcf14
:whistling: Hmmm perhaps because its not cheap ? and the counter gimmick doesnt make it any more useful.


I can't find cheaper, can you?
#7
richcf14
:whistling: Hmmm perhaps because its not cheap ? and the counter gimmick doesnt make it any more useful.


The fact it can sit on top of a counter would make it more useful I would have thought.
Hardly a gimmick, unless you thought, no surely not..:giggle:
#8
Although this works to cool stuff, I wouldn't call it a fridge. It's peizo-electric and it keeps things at around 5-10 C depending on surroundings. Milk goes off very quickly (a day or two).
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This looks identical to the 2 husky coolers i bought from Aldi a couple of years ago.Only £10 more so i would say it is a good buy.Haven't seen any around for a while as cheap as this.
To answer a couple of questions that have been asked..........
They are quiet,my son has one in his bedroom and it is no problem.
They DO keep things cold.I have the other one in my Log cabin and it is perfect for cold beers.
HTH.
#10
v2drinkers
Look at the website - they dont call it a fridge - its a beer / drinks COOLER.
Oh well SPOTTED. After all a fridge doesn't cool things, and all people know exactly how a COOLER works.
#11
Ok very funny, I put fridge because it has a cooler in it and in the old days it would be referred to as a 'fridge'.

As for the Beer 'counter' it is not, counter is the term used to describe that the unit can be used either under or on top of your counter at home, it is up to you if you want to count the number of beers you take out of it.

I don't suppose many people will have the room to put it under your counter/work surface so therefore it becomes a counter (top) fridge/cooler - Oh I give up :whistling:

Post a cheaper one with a better description then, but I will get one of these as it is the cheapest I have seen by about £15, even in our Asda.

Thanks for your support, always a pleasure posting deals :giggle:
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N20Y1D
What is a FRDIGE?


I think they mean a fridge.

A refrigerator (often called a "fridge" for short) is a cooling appliance comprising a [COLOR=#0000ff]thermally insulated[/COLOR] compartment and a mechanism to transfer heat from it to the external environment, cooling the contents to a temperature below ambient. Refrigerators are extensively used to store foods which deteriorate at ambient temperatures; spoilage due to [COLOR=#0000ff]bacterial[/COLOR] growth and other processes is much slower at low temperatures. Devices described as "refrigerators" maintain a temperature a few degrees above the [COLOR=#0000ff]freezing point[/COLOR] of water; similar devices which maintain temperatures below the freezing point of water are called "freezers". The refrigerator is a relatively modern invention amongst kitchen appliances. It replaced the common [COLOR=#0000ff]icebox[/COLOR] which had been a household item for almost a century and a half prior, and is sometimes still called by the original name "icebox".

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fridge
#13
DJTiredboy
I think they mean a fridge.

A refrigerator (often called a "fridge" for short) is a cooling appliance comprising a [COLOR=#0000ff]thermally insulated[/COLOR] compartment and a mechanism to transfer heat from it to the external environment, cooling the contents to a temperature below ambient. Refrigerators are extensively used to store foods which deteriorate at ambient temperatures; spoilage due to [COLOR=#0000ff]bacterial[/COLOR] growth and other processes is much slower at low temperatures. Devices described as "refrigerators" maintain a temperature a few degrees above the [COLOR=#0000ff]freezing point[/COLOR] of water; similar devices which maintain temperatures below the freezing point of water are called "freezers". The refrigerator is a relatively modern invention amongst kitchen appliances. It replaced the common [COLOR=#0000ff]icebox[/COLOR] which had been a household item for almost a century and a half prior, and is sometimes still called by the original name "icebox".

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fridge


Spot on and not a reference to "a cooler" anywhere in there either. Thanks for clarifying things :thumbsup:
#14
cant believe a beer fridge/cooler has just stimulated so much discussion. Just to keep it going I'm tempted to say PS3's are better than xbox 360's ;-)
#15
bigdannyb
cant believe a beer fridge/cooler has just stimulated so much discussion. Just to keep it going I'm tempted to say PS3's are better than xbox 360's ;-)


Ooh, you b!t
#16
v2drinkers
I'd have to agree but I'd also have to add the Wii is better than them both!:whistling:


That's quite enough of that.
#17
Anything to do with cold beer is better than any thing else and my dads bigger than your dad.
#18
bazr
Anything to do with cold beer is better than any thing else and my dads bigger than your dad.


My dad's a screwdriver carrying midget. :giggle:
#19
v2drinkers
How does a screwdriver carry a midget?

[COLOR=white]Answer - very carefully[/COLOR]


I said screwdriver carrying midget not midget carrying screwdriver.
#20
id love to have one of these, but im out of doh at the mo. Plus im sure u can get them cheaper. Macro had some of these before at £40 plus VAT i believe.
#21
bazr
This looks identical to the 2 husky coolers i bought from Aldi a couple of years ago.Only £10 more so i would say it is a good buy.Haven't seen any around for a while as cheap as this.
To answer a couple of questions that have been asked..........
They are quiet,my son has one in his bedroom and it is no problem.
They DO keep things cold.I have the other one in my Log cabin and it is perfect for cold beers.
HTH.


Although the current Aldi one looks like the Husky fridge, it is described as "thermoelectric" which means it is nowhere near as efficient as a proper fridge and usually these types of "cooler" have a noisy fan going all of the time.

The Husky fridges are a scaled down version of a proper fridge, are reasonably quiet ( about 38db) and have a "B" energy rating.
I suspect they use the word "cooler" rather than fridge to avoid having to show it's energy or noise rating.

By the way, Asda are selling Husky Guinness and Fosters fridges in their Supercentre store (I don't know if they sell them in normal stores).
For £69.
The Guinness one looks better, has a slightly bigger capacity than the Fosters and is a bit quieter according to the specifications.

We just bought one of the Husky Guinness fridges to go in a bedroom and it seems to be quiet enough.
#22
I have a table top LG 2cu/ft fridge within stretch and arms reach of my home office desk setup. Invaluable tool of lazyness, especially in the summer, great addition to any such setup or living room, makes a little noise occasionally, and of course gives off a little bit heat, neither which bothers me.
#23
I have a Husky beer fridge (Stella Artois plastered all over the sides), cost me £80 from ASDA, if this is anything as good as that i would highly recommend it - nothing better than reaching over for an ice cold tin when your watching a DVD or playing some xbox. Everyone that visits your home will comment on its coolness also.

Downsides, some may find it a little noisy to have in their living room (quieter on carpet) and its another thing to eat the electric.
#24
This cooler is definately a Husky model.Just seen it in an advert in todays Sun.It clearly states Husky.As is described these earlier they are good value.:thumbsup:
#25
bazr
This cooler is definately a Husky model.Just seen it in an advert in todays Sun.It clearly states Husky.As is described these earlier they are good value.:thumbsup:


Thanks for the clarification bazr. :thumbsup:

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