Husky Budweiser Refrigerator was £129.99 now £50 @ Tesco - HotUKDeals
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This personal Husky Budweiser fridge allows you to enjoy cold Budweiser whenever you want. This fridge has a 48 litre capacity which chills up to 40 cans, making it great for parties or simply to free up some space in the main family refrigerator. Has an adjustable 5 settings thermostat with a 5-15º temperature range, for keeping content cool.

Shows £129.99 online but £50 instore
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2 Likes #1
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#2
Good Price
#3
Hot! but doubt my tesco will have any :(
#4
had about 30 by the door in Bridgend Tesco. good luck in finding 1
fattyuk
Hot! but doubt my tesco will have any :(
#5
any chance of the store pic in big?
1 Like #6
£50 for a beer cooler whoa! Better of buying a bucket and filling with ice
2 Likes #7
ultimatekopite
£50 for a beer cooler whoa! Better of buying a bucket and filling with ice


:| yes that makes sense doesn't it! Im after a small but nice fridge for my bedroom for beers and drinks.... Why on earth would I keepma bucket of water on the side with my drinks in
3 Likes #8
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1 Like #9
ultimatekopite
£50 for a beer cooler whoa! Better of buying a bucket and filling with ice

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#10
Most of these Husky fridges were £70 when they first got released. I've still got my Stella fridge after a good few years of use. Great price and heated but can't believe that these now retail at £130!
#11
this deal is hot on the outside...like a fridge
2 Likes #12
want a coca cola one!
#13
£50 about the going rate for these. Bought a Fosters one from ASDA couple of years back.
Do a good job tho!
#14
shame it has budweiser rubbish on it....cheap rubbish yank beer and a lousy alternative to the much nicer and original czech beer budweisser budvar (yanks are so stupid they took the czech brewer's to court as they thought theyd infringed their TM....oh dear)
8 Likes #15
royals
shame it has budweiser rubbish on it....cheap rubbish yank beer and a lousy alternative to the much nicer and original czech beer budweisser budvar (yanks are so stupid they took the czech brewer's to court as they thought theyd infringed their TM....oh dear)

Yeah, that budweiser branding really affects the cooling....
4 Likes #16
These really are a rubbish product, I have tried 2 in the past because I want one !
They are noisy, really noisy, forget about having one anywhere near yoy sleep or want a bit of peace.
They are also extremely inefficient energy use wise and don't get that cool.
Buyer beware !!
#17
Get one for decoration only --- they use the same amount of electricity as a full sized fridge/freezer --- which is absolutely ridiculous for a beer chiller. I've got the Stella Artois one, but rarely use it.
#18
jhw
Get one for decoration only --- they use the same amount of electricity as a full sized fridge/freezer --- which is absolutely ridiculous for a beer chiller. I've got the Stella Artois one, but rarely use it.



agreed, you should checkout how much electricity they use.....bought a new pond pump which is german made and comes with a 5 year warranty and cost £400......cheaper one had a years warranty but cost £150......but the cheaper one would cost about £300 a year to run, the one i bought at £80...not a hard decision
#19
Oh god thats a nice fridge, whats the cooling on them like? I really do like it cold.
Also how loud? Would you tolerate it in a bedroom?

Edited By: dfarrall on May 14, 2011 19:05
#20
Are these too loud for a bedroom?
#21
If it is this one - http://husky-home.com/products/10/hm134-el-budweiser-refrigerator.aspx - the energy consumption is surprisingly moderate.

Or it is this one here - http://www.pureelectrics.co.uk/Husky-Budweiser-Glass-Fronted-Fridge - which wastes as much electricity as a decent big fridge or freezer.

Edited By: MrPuddington on May 14, 2011 19:19
banned#22
fattyuk
ultimatekopite
£50 for a beer cooler whoa! Better of buying a bucket and filling with ice


:| yes that makes sense doesn't it! Im after a small but nice fridge for my bedroom for beers and drinks.... Why on earth would I keepma bucket of water on the side with my drinks in

Why on earth would you want to keep beers in your bedroom?

EDIT:- just noticed your username so I guess that explains it ;)
#23
Have one of these and they are **** very noisy and don't cool cans or bottles very werll or chocolate i had it in the bedroom and the buzzing was that loud i had to lock it in the cupboard, you would be better to get a proper mini fridge.

Cold Cold or in the case of this fridge warm at best (inside)
#24
Which is a nice mini fridge then? I need one for the bedroom.

Edited By: aston_martin_own on May 14, 2011 19:33
#25
neoboy
Are these too loud for a bedroom?


I've got the Stella one - You'll notice a slight difference at first, but the 'noise' it generates really isn't that loud or constant, so you'll be able to sleep as normal; and I'm quite a light sleeper..
#26
royals
jhw
Get one for decoration only --- they use the same amount of electricity as a full sized fridge/freezer --- which is absolutely ridiculous for a beer chiller. I've got the Stella Artois one, but rarely use it.



agreed, you should checkout how much electricity they use.....bought a new pond pump which is german made and comes with a 5 year warranty and cost £400......cheaper one had a years warranty but cost £150......but the cheaper one would cost about £300 a year to run, the one i bought at £80...not a hard decision


Oase? :D
1 Like #27
hotstuffs
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i love this picture - it is a good example of tesco lying their little heads off about what the price of things were before being reduced.. on line they are selling them for £129.97 according to the link at the top of the page...
#28
My mate has one of these fridges in his bedroom i never find beer is chilled enough,might be fine for some but i like mine really cold esp in the summer.
1 Like #29
Bass_Monkey
neoboy
Are these too loud for a bedroom?


I've got the Stella one - You'll notice a slight difference at first, but the 'noise' it generates really isn't that loud or constant, so you'll be able to sleep as normal; and I'm quite a light sleeper..


Mine is comes on to cool and goes off every 15 minutes or so and is very annoying its loud and when i went to take it back to Tesco i was advised by there staff that thats how they are and they are not designed for bedrooms they should be in a kitchen garage or basement.
1 Like #30
uggla
My mate has one of these fridges in his bedroom i never find beer is chilled enough,might be fine for some but i like mine really cold esp in the summer.



Like i said they don't cool the stuff down right, in the summer or winter a ice cold beer is what you want and if you are using this you wont be getting one, i keep it in the bedroom cupboard and keep water in it aswell, this morning i got a water out and im not kidding the tap water was cooler.

These are **** and at £50 its more than its worth unless you want to show off your beer cooler to your mates but they wont be impressed when you hand them a warm brew.

Edited By: polly69 on May 14, 2011 19:50
#31
dcx_badass
MrPuddington
If it is this one - http://husky-home.com/products/10/hm134-el-budweiser-refrigerator.aspx - the energy consumption is surprisingly moderate.

Or it is this one here - http://www.pureelectrics.co.uk/Husky-Budweiser-Glass-Fronted-Fridge - which wastes as much electricity as a decent big fridge or freezer.


Both links are the same product.

errr... me thinks not...

1st one spec =
Capacity 48
Temperature Range 5°C - 15°C
Dimentions (H x W x D) 520mm x 440mm x 470mm
Weight 17.2kg
Energy Consumption 0.23
Energy Rating A

2nd one spec =
Budweiser glass fronted fridge
Gross 65L
Nett 50L
B energy rating
0.6 Kwh/24h
40 dB(A)

it looks like this deal is for the more energy efficient one - as it claims to be A rated.

Edited By: oilit on May 14, 2011 20:03
#32
Does anyone know a good mini fridge to buy? I rented one last year in halls for my bedroom, I can't remember what make it was but it was as silent as can be, you honestly wouldn't know it was there and kept things very cool.

So yeah, anyone know of a good make and model that is silent and good at keeping things cool?

Cheers :)
#33
tantalus_blank
this deal is hot on the outside...like a fridge



fail
#34
People have these for 1 of 2 reasons - 1) For parties/BBQs etc... 2) Because they are lazy ar5e mugs who can't walk from their upstairs to their downstairs to pull a beer from their normal fridge. So the answer is clear, follow the above advice and take a bucket with some ice for parties like I do and then get off your backside for the whole 30 seconds it will take you to go get something from the fridge...
#35
Was £129.99 lol, you can buy a proper fridge for that.
#36
these are far too loud for the bedroom i had to put mine in the living room
#37
neoboy - May 14, 2011 19:10
Are these too loud for a bedroom?


i got one of these 4-5 years ago same one and i paid £110 from asda i used it in my bedroom when i lived with my parents and it was fine not too loud unless your one of these people that cant have even the slightest bit of noise, it comes on every half hour or so
#38
dazzler2007
these are far too loud for the bedroom i had to put mine in the living room

LMFAO - That's even worse, it must be all of what, 10 to 15 steps from your living room to kitchen...? Wow, that's lazy, are you American...? oO
#39
I think they are like £50 a year to run. Bear that in mind.
#40
I had the Stella version which I bought from Morrisons 6/7 years ago for around £60, it was in my bedroom when I lived with the parents. Worked very well, wasn't that noisy and kept beers very cold indeed. There is a dial on the back to lower the temp of the fridge. Great deal at £50.

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