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Budweiser 50ltr Husky Beer Fridge £79.00 @ Asda

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6y, 6m agoFound 6 years, 6 months ago
Went shopping in my local Asda (Dunstable) this evening and saw they had these beer fridges. I've checked online at Asda Direct, they are a pound cheaper but none in stock at the moment.

I got it for my son who starts Uni in September and he is well chuffed!!

These Husky fridges are excellent for keeping your beer cold and because it's a compressor refrigerator, it means it's food and dairy safe as well.

I bought one for my other half (a red Arsenal Budweiser one) and he's had it for a number of years and its still going strong..

Great for freeing up space in your family fridge, so its not full of beer!!!!


Next cheapest i've seen is online @ Sainsburys £99.99
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#1
Still dreaming of the day I can get one of these for under £50 :whistling::)

Still good price, have some heat :thumbsup:
#2
Hey someone has changed my title :x

Instore for £80.00 thats why I said ' a pound cheaper online' :?
#3
I've had a Guinness one of these for must be going on 8 years now, still works :thumbsup:
#4
Dunno if anyone cares, but I was looking into getting one of these mini cooler / drink-chiller type things, and after some research found out that they completely CANE your electricity.. Compared to their larger fridge counterparts these are pretty awful in terms of energy efficiency.

Good deal for the initial price, but poor deal for the subsequent electricity bills if you're trying to save £££
#5
says on the box it's a b rating for energy efficiency am sure. might be newer versions that are more energy efficient. Don't quote me on that though.
#6
just buy a used second hand fridge for next to nothing - used white goods are cheap , and stick it in your garage , far cheaper and better for environment
The likes of this is only good if you want to display it in your kitchen .
Why you would want your kitchen to look like an off licence is beyond me but takes all sorts...........
banned#7
I have exactly the same fridge. I got it from argos on sale for £59. It works a treat and you only need to have it turned up to 2 on the dial for ice cold drinks. Having it turned up any more will result in frozen beer at the back!
#8
I've had my stella one for about 7 years, still going strong :)
But nowadays there's just coca cola in it :oops:
#9
Nice one. Hot.
#10
desdan
just buy a used second hand fridge for next to nothing - used white goods are cheap , and stick it in your garage , far cheaper and better for environment
The likes of this is only good if you want to display it in your kitchen .
Why you would want your kitchen to look like an off licence is beyond me but takes all sorts...........


Your used second hand fridge might be a lot less energy efficient depending on it's age. This is a hot deal, and speaking as a student whose stuff goes missing from his fridge on a daily basis, personal fridges are a good idea.
#11
These are proper little fridge not coolers as someone else said so they should be reasonably efficient and cool your drinks nicely. i've had one in our garden cabin for several years now and works a treat. if we have a party in the house its easy to bring inside and pop on a table for extra drinks storage

Good deal now weather is getting warmer!
#12
I had something similar when I was a student. I was in catered halls and had nowhere for milk or bread. So I kept it all in my room in one of these sized fridges.
#13
Bought one of these in Asda tonight for £80. It's plugged in and full of beer. All I need now is the world cup!!
#14
where i went your were not allowed fridges like this and got find massively if they caught you with one. worth checking with the halls before buying for uni.
#15
dido68
Hey someone has changed my title :x

Instore for £80.00 thats why I said ' a pound cheaper online' :?


Hot from me, also appears to be back in stock now online as well for £80 :thumbsup:
#16
how many cans does this hold please
#17
Had a similar husky fridge with Stella badge - looks good but not a great fridge, frosts up, limited height for bottles (best for cans) not as cold as I would get from a normal fridge. May suit some people - I may have been expecting too much,
#18
Megamix
Had a similar husky fridge with Stella badge - looks good but not a great fridge, frosts up, limited height for bottles (best for cans) not as cold as I would get from a normal fridge. May suit some people - I may have been expecting too much,


You can take the shelf out to store bottles :thumbsup:

cartman1982
says on the box it's a b rating for energy efficiency am sure. might be newer versions that are more energy efficient. Don't quote me on that though.


I'll quote you on it :lol: This is indeed a B rating.

The previous poster's assertion about the sky high elec bills seems like a headline from the Daily Star :lol:
1 Like #19
edz1969
how many cans does this hold please



i can squeeze 48 330ML bottles into one. cans would be a bit less of course
#20
FATBOY78;8745065
i can squeeze 48 330ML bottles into one. cans would be a bit less of course


cheers
#21
FATBOY78
i can squeeze 48 330ML bottles into one. cans would be a bit less of course


If you overload the fridge you will need to turn it up I would keep it around 10 - 15 and replace them once drank.
#22
Wow, this is a bit like a blast from the past; these fridges used to make regular appearances on bargain websites 4 or 5 years ago but haven't seen any cheap for a long time now. I eventually picked one up in Sainsbury's when they hit £39.99 and it's still going although to save electricity I only run it over the summer now instead of all year round.

What do they hold? Hard to say as there's several ways to stack them (e.g. cans and smaller bottles could be put horizontally or vertically, but depends on their size and the shelves are also not equal sizes). Wine can only go on the top shelf, horizontally 5 bottles across but you could stack another 4 bottles on top. Most cans and cartons can go on either shelf... if you filled it with beer cans to maximum capacity there'd certainly be a lot... at least 5x3x2 cans at a guess!
#23
Nice have some Heat love these fridges
#24
are these particulary noisy at all, want one for home cinema room
#25
fyi many student halls don't let you have fridges (..or kettles..or anything kitcheny) in your room cause of fire safety :(
#26
birdie
fyi many student halls don't let you have fridges (..or kettles..or anything kitcheny) in your room cause of fire safety :(


Agreed it sucked, still used a kettle in my room though... :whistling:
banned#27
Sorry but I refuse to believe this mini fridge can take 50 Litres! WTF!

think of a 2L bottle of pepsi. Cant see this fridge fitting 25 of those in lol
#28
You're not allowed to bring fridges to uni btw. He may have to hide it when the cleaners come like I do!
#29
Smileyyyyy
You're not allowed to bring fridges to uni btw. He may have to hide it when the cleaners come like I do!


Cleaners... Pff I wish.
#30
amino
are these particulary noisy at all, want one for home cinema room


They make a fairly quiet buzzing noise, which isn't constant.

I used to have one in my room in student halls years ago and I'm a very light sleeper.
#31
phatmuther
I've had a Guinness one of these for must be going on 8 years now, still works :thumbsup:


does this make much noise? say if i was to have it my bedroom
#32
Electricity wise these little fridges uses nearly as much as a full sized fridge/freezer (219kw). Leave it plugged in all the time and it'll add about £30 to your annual electricity bill.

I got one about 5 years ago for £49 at ASDA - I use it now and again and it works ok.

The whole fridge/freezer rating system is ridiculous - it just seems to go on the amount of electricity used, with no regard for the size of the appliance. This thing has a B rating, but should be more like an H, considering how small it is ---- my full sized fridge/freezer uses less that 300kw, and it's about 3.5 times the size.
#33
gordon999
does this make much noise? say if i was to have it my bedroom


Yeah mine does. It can sound worse at certain times when the compressor comes on. When the compressor isn't on it's silent though. I think it may depend on how it's positioned though. Have had two of them - one died within a year of buying it - and both were as noisy as each other.
#34
csiman
Sorry but I refuse to believe this mini fridge can take 50 Litres! WTF!

think of a 2L bottle of pepsi. Cant see this fridge fitting 25 of those in lol


It probably means that if you were to pour 25 2L bottles into it then it would fill it :P
#35
where are these on line
#36
kathrynt
where are these on line


The deal has expired
#37
back on at £80 in store at Asda Milton Keynes - they have about 20 at that price... Budweiser versions only though.

If you're local to MK though you could try Morrisons for the England version at £50 ;)

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