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LG GWL207FBQA black frost free, 20.2 cu.ft gross capacity USA style fridge freezer with The LG GWL207FBQA Fridge Freezer comes in a sleek black colour. The GWL207FBQA has an efficient A energy rating. This Fridge Freezer has a fridge capacity of 364 litres.

It has the added benefit of an open door alert feature. This appliance also benefits from having a water dispenser. To offer peace of mind the LG GWL207FBQA free standing Fridge Freezer also comes with 2 years warranty.

LG GWL207FBQA specification Term Value More info
Dimensions (cm) (H)175.3 x (W)89.4 x (D)72.5
Manufacturer Warranty 2 Year(s)
Energy Rating A Rated
Fridge Capacity (Gross) 364 Litres
Fridge Capacity (Net) 349 Litres
Freezer Capacity (Gross) 210 Litres
Freezer Capacity (Net) 159 Litres
Ice Dispenser Yes
Water Dispenser Yes
Annual Energy Consumption 519 Kwh
Dairy Compartment Yes
Salad Crisper Yes
Interior Light Yes
Open Door Alert Yes
Safety Glass Shelves Yes
Temperature Controls Electronic
Digital Sensors Yes
Moisture Balance Crisper Yes
Multi Airflow Cooling Yes
Bio Shield Yes
Child Safety Lock Yes
Control Panel Type LED

The LG GWL207F QA has a customer rating of 5.0 out of 5 from 1 customer
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Energy Rating A Rated
Fridge Capacity (Net) 349 Litres
Freezer Capacity (Net) 159 Litres
Annual Energy Consumption 519 Kwh

I don't like energy ratings: they're misleading because they're calculated as the amount of energy used per litre of internal volume. If you don't really need such a massive fridge/freezer don't be fooled into thinking it's environmentally friendly or cheap to run because it's A rated.

For example here's a conventional fridge-freezer (The LG GCF409BSQW) same make, chosen at random from the same website:

Energy Rating A+ Rated
Fridge Capacity (Net) 210 Litres
Freezer Capacity (Net) 86 Litres
Annual Energy Consumption 294 Kwh

So it' also A rated but uses only 56% as much electricity because it's smaller. If you need the big one it's great. If you don't, all that extra volume is a huge waste of energy despite the misleading A rating.
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inicholson
Energy Rating A Rated
Fridge Capacity (Net) 349 Litres
Freezer Capacity (Net) 159 Litres
Annual Energy Consumption 519 Kwh

I don't like energy ratings: they're misleading because they're calculated as the amount of energy used per litre of internal volume. If you don't really need such a massive fridge/freezer don't be fooled into thinking it's environmentally friendly or cheap to run because it's A rated.

For example here's a conventional fridge-freezer (The LG GCF409BSQW) same make, chosen at random from the same website:

Energy Rating A+ Rated
Fridge Capacity (Net) 210 Litres
Freezer Capacity (Net) 86 Litres
Annual Energy Consumption 294 Kwh

So it' also A rated but uses only 56% as much electricity because it's smaller. If you need the big one it's great. If you don't, all that extra volume is a huge waste of energy despite the misleading A rating.


Good bit of advice :thumbsup:
#3
inicholson
Energy Rating A Rated
Fridge Capacity (Net) 349 Litres
Freezer Capacity (Net) 159 Litres
Annual Energy Consumption 519 Kwh

I don't like energy ratings: they're misleading because they're calculated as the amount of energy used per litre of internal volume. If you don't really need such a massive fridge/freezer don't be fooled into thinking it's environmentally friendly or cheap to run because it's A rated.

For example here's a conventional fridge-freezer (The LG GCF409BSQW) same make, chosen at random from the same website:

Energy Rating A+ Rated
Fridge Capacity (Net) 210 Litres
Freezer Capacity (Net) 86 Litres
Annual Energy Consumption 294 Kwh

So it' also A rated but uses only 56% as much electricity because it's smaller. If you need the big one it's great. If you don't, all that extra volume is a huge waste of energy despite the misleading A rating.


Yep, I never knew that. Repped for informative post, thanks!
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Website now quoting price as £717 - shame :(
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