BUSH CHEST FREEZER 142L £119.15 DELIVERED @ HOMEBASE - HotUKDeals
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cheapest price for an A+ energy rated 4 star chest freezer of this size. CODE FF20 at checkout to get it delivered for £119.15. Don't use the APP15 code as that only gives 15%off and you can't combine codes either.

We paid £128 for this and confirm it's an excellent chest freezer

Don't forget quidco/TCB and nectar points
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1 Like #1
cold bush....never good....
1 Like #2
cold is always good when it comes to freezers
#3
Who cares about the brand as long as it keeps the stuff frozen for a good price and using cheap electricity it's a heat from me
1 Like #4
Actionnotwords69
cold bush....never good....
The Bush brand is owned by the group that owns Homebase and Argos - I doubt if you'll find it elsewhere - and the freezers are probably sourced in China or Turkey - maybe by Midea or Vestel whose factories make appliances for a number of other high street brands. I guess there isn't much to go wrong with a budget chest freezer so this looks a good buy given its A+ rating.

Edited By: Dave-T on Dec 05, 2014 20:30
#5
Great thanks op, been looking for a budget freezer
Will order this
Thaaaaannkss
1 Like #6
A defrosted bird in the hand is better than two frozen birds in the Bush
#7
hot
2 Likes #8
Actionnotwords69
cold bush....never good....

The best jokes are lost on most :)
#9
Unavailable :(
#10
Damm was gonna order this.
1 Like #11
Just noticed it says - Ambient temperature 10 to 43°Cnot suitable for use in garages, in case like me that is what u were planning.
#12
Good price for rubbish quality.
#13
I am in the market for a Freezer for my garage. I am not a fan of BUSH either, but neutral on this. Not COLD for me but not HOT either.
#14
You cant beat shoving all your meat into a Bush ;)
1 Like #15
Convert it into fridge for less than £12 HERE and HERE

Will cost a fifth of the cost to run than a normal fridge. Can be used as a fridge or freezer. Can also be taken outside in the summer and used as a beer fridge/ BBQ food fridge.

While it might not be suitable for a big busy family. But for a single/couple working all day the slight bit of inconvenience might be worth it considering the savings on purchase and running.
#16
I always struggle with chest freezers, it's impossible to find what you're looking for with no compartments!

I bought one once, never again. It's always worth paying a little extra for a freezer with shelves.
#17
Freezers are very simple, so the brand reliability is less important. This is a very good price for a chest freezer.

Ignore the brand snobs.
1 Like #18
I am convinced that ( almost ) all chest freezers are made by one company and then badged up for different brands.

Beko, Indesit, Hotpoint etc. and even Bosch Chest Freezers all appear to be identical, with just a few cosmetic changes.
#19
If you can spare the extra 84p, I recommend the Haier BD103RAA for £119.99 with next day delivery from Mark's Electricals. Good reviews (loads on the Haier site) and £45 under RRP.

Got mine a month ago to put in the shed as the fridge freezer in there can't cope with the winter temperatures. The Haier is recommended for out building use and is A+ rated, 106 litres in size. Mine is now filled to the brim and coping admirably. Their own delivery guy even took it up the steps into the shed for me.

http://markselectrical.co.uk/BD-103RAA_Haier-Chest-Freezer.html
#20
its too small haier is only 106l compared ti bush 142l
#21
Sq2012
its too small haier is only 106l compared ti bush 142l


Just a heads up for anyone wanting a good price, well made chest freezer as someone mentioned the Bush was OOS. Not an identical size but a good deal non the less.
#22
Earliest delivery January 2015, no thanks.
#23
weebey
If you can spare the extra 84p, I recommend the Haier BD103RAA for £119.99 with next day delivery from Mark's Electricals. Good reviews (loads on the Haier site) and £45 under RRP.

Got mine a month ago to put in the shed as the fridge freezer in there can't cope with the winter temperatures. The Haier is recommended for out building use and is A+ rated, 106 litres in size. Mine is now filled to the brim and coping admirably. Their own delivery guy even took it up the steps into the shed for me.

http://markselectrical.co.uk/BD-103RAA_Haier-Chest-Freezer.html



That has also come from the same maker as the Bush.

Look at all chest freezers, about 90% of them are clearly from the same factory.
#24
I've got a big Bush ...................................freezer! 300L from Argos; paid £200 & got £35 back as it was scratched ( 1" at the bottom)
2 Likes #25
sag
Just noticed it says - Ambient temperature 10 to 43°Cnot suitable for use in garages, in case like me that is what u were planning.
Fridge freezers with a single thermostat have a problem running at low ambient temperatures because they need do so little work to keep the fridge part to the set temperature that the freezer part doesn't have enough refrigerant flow around it to keep frozen. A freezer has a different problem - the output from the condenser has to be warm enough so that when it is expanded through the expansion valve, the liquid vaporises. If it is a *lot* below -the refrigerant liquid won't vaporise quickly and thus little heat transfer results. A simple solution is to prevent the condenser from getting that cold - eg restrict the air flow around it. A chipboard open-top and open-bottom box can work a treat. That will greatly reduce the condenser efficiency so that its output temperature doesn't drop below 15-20 degrees. The freezer will use more electricity than one designed for lower ambient temperatures - but it will still use less than it uses when temperatures are warmer. Obviously, the box needs to be removed once ambient temperatures rise above the manufacturer's lower limit.
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weebey
If you can spare the extra 84p, I recommend the Haier BD103RAA for £119.99 with next day delivery from Mark's Electricals. Good reviews (loads on the Haier site) and £45 under RRP.

Got mine a month ago to put in the shed as the fridge freezer in there can't cope with the winter temperatures. The Haier is recommended for out building use and is A+ rated, 106 litres in size. Mine is now filled to the brim and coping admirably. Their own delivery guy even took it up the steps into the shed for me.

http://markselectrical.co.uk/BD-103RAA_Haier-Chest-Freezer.html


That has also come from the same maker as the Bush.

Look at all chest freezers, about 90% of them are clearly from the same factory.

As the worlds leading manufacturer of white goods Haier is a brand to watch. Originally set up by the Germans in their consession city of Qingdao in China (also where the Tsingdao beer comes from, also German heritage) Haier now have fingers in many pies globally, and expect their name to crop up more and more in future. Whether they are getting others to make their freezers in Europe at the moment I don't know, but it's a brand that has been around for a long time in China and Asia and will be getting big in Europe very soon.
#27
I've had this freezer for 2yrs and can confirm it's a great unit. No issues at all.
#28
why is codeFF20 invalid on Bush BCF142l freezer.

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