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Husky Beer Chiller £59.99 @ Asda

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6y, 7m agoFound 6 years, 7 months ago
husky beer chiller in asda for only £60 only instore
Keep your drinks cold while freeing up more room in your fridge for food - enjoy ice cold Guinness whenever you like. This funky, efficient Husky Guinness Beer Chiller is just what you need to keep your drinks at optimum temperature. It chills up to 40 cans of beer at a time - its adjustable thermostat has 5 settings.

The sexy branded design means it'll look great anywhere in your home. The cooler is simple to clean and has a double layered glass door to keep the interior temperature constant. It's a compressor refrigerator, which means it's food and dairy safe as well.
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#1
how much noise? (to the owners that own one)

looking to get one of these :)
#2
jackvdbuk
how much noise? (to the owners that own one)

looking to get one of these :)


it does hum a bit but you dont notice it when your watching the football
#3
roger8928
it does hum a bit but you dont notice it when your watching the football


what about sleeping with it?
#4
jackvdbuk
what about sleeping with it?


She's a bit of a screamer.
#5
DiscoRhino
She's a bit of a screamer.


That made me laugh so hard I spat my beer everywhere!
#6
roger8928
it does hum a bit but you dont notice it when your watching the football


take it back.. it shouldnt really smell of anything :roll:
#7
mission701
That made me laugh so hard I spat my beer everywhere!


http://homepage.mac.com/rlmorel/.Public/KeyboardSpit.jpg
#8
Great price. Is it just Carling though (beer snob)?

I've got a Guinness one from 2002 and [touch wood] it is still working well.
#9
I bought the Budweiser one from Asda a few weeks ago. Cost me £80 but it was money well spent.It runs quietly and keeps the beer well chilled.

If anyone is interested Asda Cannock have a few Budweiser ones left but were priced at £80.
#10
DiscoRhino
She's a bit of a screamer.


amazing.
suspended#11
Can you fit a human head inside it?
#12
saddlersfan
I bought the Budweiser one from Asda a few weeks ago. Cost me £80 but it was money well spent.It runs quietly and keeps the beer well chilled.

If anyone is interested Asda Cannock have a few Budweiser ones left but were priced at £80.


the bud ones were £70 today in one of the Asda's in Dundee
#13
These are good, not very noisy at all. I have a fosters one in my bedroom.
#14
yeah i used to have one in my bedroom, hardly noticed it.
i was in asda cambridge the other day and they had some kind of mini fridge at about 70 or 80
#15
******, i bought a bud one for £80 other day#!~
#16
daymn, I'm going to have to shift my one second hand pretty quick if the RRP keeps falling !
#17
Anyone whos got one of these, know the wattage it takes? Would be ideal on the boat but would need to wire it via an inverter and need to know if it would be over 300watts so it would work! Have tried googling but all these hisky beer chillers seem to have different specs and cant find specific info on the beer specific branded ones
#18
i want coke!
#19
Sunday evening laughs...

DiscoRhino
She's a bit of a screamer.

Class

DarkKnight
Can you fit a human head inside it?

I've been in touch with Crimestoppers.
#20
DarkKnight
Can you fit a human head inside it?


Yes, easily
#21
DONT BOTHER - i have had 3 of these now and when it says chiller it means NOT COLD my fan on my motherboard is bigger than the fans inside these i have seen HUSKYS with small refridgerators but all my 3 - GUINESS - STELLA - ENGLAND 1s have got fans no use or ornerment keeps more cool on windowcil
#22
djcj
DONT BOTHER - i have had 3 of these now and when it says chiller it means NOT COLD my fan on my motherboard is bigger than the fans inside these i have seen HUSKYS with small refridgerators but all my 3 - GUINESS - STELLA - ENGLAND 1s have got fans no use or ornerment keeps more cool on windowcil


lol, don't know which one's you have been buying mate, but there's no FAN in these. This is a fridge, NOT a cooler. I assume you are talking about the 12v/240v mini fridge/cooler crappy things.

I've owned the Stella one of these for three years and never had a problem. Its as cold as the fridge in the kitchen, though I do have to switch it off to defrost once in a while as ice builds up at the back, on the cooling element part.

lcassey
Anyone whos got one of these, know the wattage it takes? Would be ideal on the boat but would need to wire it via an inverter and need to know if it would be over 300watts so it would work! Have tried googling but all these hisky beer chillers seem to have different specs and cant find specific info on the beer specific branded ones


These are originally "Husky Kool Cubes". The technical specifications can be found here - http://www.itsbestdirect.com/docs/huskykulekube_sc50_specs.pdf
#23
Ninty


These are originally "Husky Kool Cubes". The technical specifications can be found here - http://www.itsbestdirect.com/docs/huskykulekube_sc50_specs.pdf


Cheers but that doesnt specify the constant wattage only the energy consumption at 0.6KWh per 24 hours. from a calculation of 0.6 KWH over 24 hours that would make it only 25 watts but that seems way too low for me for a fridge with a proper cooling element as most fridges are into the hundreds of watts. Anyone actually got one can check the sticker/instruction manual on it to confirm? Ta!
#24
Yes the Husky mini fridges are great. Leave ours on in the cabin most year round on a fairly low setting and keeps things nice and cool

Not as good at cooling drinks from warm particularly quickly like your main fridge but still much much better than those 12v coolers you can buy. These do genuinely get things cold not just cool
#25
Poor energy efficiency, but if you're content with ******* your money down the drain a bit more won't hurt.
banned#26
Voted cold for the fact that nobody thats posted have indicated that they have seen them at this price, and I certainly haven't.
#27
UltimateWarrior
Voted cold for the fact that nobody thats posted have indicated that they have seen them at this price, and I certainly haven't.


There's always one :roll:
#28
There were loads of them in my local Asda (Hull), all Budweiser. £60 is a great price, I got one for my son's birthday. Many thanks.!:thumbsup:
#29
Klyken
Poor energy efficiency, but if you're content with ******* your money down the drain a bit more won't hurt.


how bad are they? b rated is pretty good right??
#30
i had a tennants one from asda made a bit of a racket
#31
roger8928
it does hum a bit but you dont notice it when your watching the football


Wouldnt notice any noise over the damn vuvuzelas anyway!!! :x
#32
lcassey
Cheers but that doesnt specify the constant wattage only the energy consumption at 0.6KWh per 24 hours. from a calculation of 0.6 KWH over 24 hours that would make it only 25 watts but that seems way too low for me for a fridge with a proper cooling element as most fridges are into the hundreds of watts. Anyone actually got one can check the sticker/instruction manual on it to confirm? Ta!


Klyken
Poor energy efficiency, but if you're content with ******* your money down the drain a bit more won't hurt.


This is a compressor fridge, the compressor doesn't run all the time. A typical compressor once started, uses about 60W, so if this runs at 40% of the time the average consumption would be 25W/Hr.
As for energy efficiency, this isn't much worse than a A rated fridge, uses half that of a small cooler & costs about £20 a year to run. So where's the justification for poor energy efficiency?
#33
Babbler
Wouldnt notice any noise over the damn vuvuzelas anyway!!! :x


you certainly wouldnt i hate those things
#34
You need to run them on No. 5 setting to get your beer chilled enough. . But they do free -up the fridge.

You can buy a small under the counter fridge for a little more that will hold a lot more beer.

So basically an over priced under sized not cool enough Kewl looking beer display cabinet. I think 49.99 should be RRP.

Yes I have got one.
#35
Bollicks;8837752
You need to run them on No. 5 setting to get your beer chilled enough. . But they do free -up the fridge.

You can buy a small under the counter fridge for a little more that will hold a lot more beer.

So basically an over priced under sized not cool enough Kewl looking beer display cabinet. I think 49.99 should be RRP.

Yes I have got one.


I used one of these for years as a student and the beer was nearly icy cold. Kept pretty much eveything in it.
#36
Derek_Duval
This is a compressor fridge, the compressor doesn't run all the time. A typical compressor once started, uses about 60W, so if this runs at 40% of the time the average consumption would be 25W/Hr.
As for energy efficiency, this isn't much worse than a A rated fridge, uses half that of a small cooler & costs about £20 a year to run. So where's the justification for poor energy efficiency?


Cheers I reckon my 300W inverter shold do the job then if I can find one of these fridges anywhere in Midlands!
banned#37
jackvdbuk;8835071
how bad are they? b rated is pretty good right??

rating system is flawed in that the B rating is based on an average fridge size, so this will always appear energy efficient

not recommended to be used as a fridge substitute either! Its just for chilling drinks.
#38
I bought one from Tesco recently, at first I read the manual and kept it to the required temperature, I then placed some cans in the fridge and after a day they got too cold, afer emptying the fridge it doesnt seem to be chilling and all I can hear is a water running about the back

any ideas folks
#39
Club Mascot
I bought one from Tesco recently, at first I read the manual and kept it to the required temperature, I then placed some cans in the fridge and after a day they got too cold, afer emptying the fridge it doesnt seem to be chilling and all I can hear is a water running about the back

any ideas folks


If you only bought it recently then take it back surely? maybe ice build up? power it off for 24 hours then clean up any water you can see underneath or inside it then try again.
#40
I cant see these online? Is it just an instore offer?

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