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OUTDOOR FRIDGE 40L WITH BRUSH SILVER EFFECT £39.99

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8y, 8m agoFound 8 years, 8 months ago
I might be a bit early thinking about having a cold beer as you have a few friends round for a barbie while the heatwave hits the UK this summer but we can live in hope

Top loading silver fridge with side tables.
Perfect for picnics or BBQs!
Power supply: 230v DC/50Hz.
Cools down to between 0° - 10°.
CFC free.
Weight 20.5Kg.
Measures 45 x 75cm.
Holds approx 60 x 330ml (coke) Cans

plus £3.99 P+P unless you spend over £50 in total then its free
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#1
Id save the money and buy som more beers
#2
pcfairs
Id save the money and buy som more beers


Ditto. Plus, it's nice to but the cold drinks in a big bucket of ice - much more authentic. And you save on CO2 emissions! :p

£40 buys a lot of Bier and pepsi max from your local supermarket when on offer!!! Quick, before they tax it to "beat the binge-drink kids"!
#3
FunkiestMonkey
Ditto. Plus, it's nice to but the cold drinks in a big bucket of ice - much more authentic. And you save on CO2 emissions! :p

£40 buys a lot of Bier and pepsi max from your local supermarket when on offer!!! Quick, before they tax it to "beat the binge-drink kids"!


also don't forget to put salt in to the ice bucket and it will go MUCH MUCH colder.
#4
I dunno, looks pretty good to me. Quite a big fridge for the money.

And £3.99 P&P for a fridge that weighs 20 kilos?!?
#5
Thought it was good until I saw the supplier. Just written yet another complaint email to them.

Order at Christmas was not really the companys fault it was their courier but just got an order today 3 items missing but only £1 refunded,
#6
monkey00
also don't forget to put salt in to the ice bucket and it will go MUCH MUCH colder.


Really? Never heard of that. If you ain't taking the mick, will try....in a few motnhs time by the looks of it. :thumbsup:
#7
FunkiestMonkey
Really? Never heard of that. If you ain't taking the mick, will try....in a few motnhs time by the looks of it. :thumbsup:


I think they're having a laugh. As ice melts, the salt will soak up the water, therefore not being able to keep the current ice cool, so that also melts and soaks up too.
IE, water particles turn to salt particles, salt doesnt act as a cooler, or a heater, it just soaks up the water (which would act as a cooler)

the end.
#8
MunkiMadz
I think they're having a laugh. As ice melts, the salt will soak up the water, therefore not being able to keep the current ice cool, so that also melts and soaks up too.
IE, water particles turn to salt particles, salt doesnt act as a cooler, or a heater, it just soaks up the water (which would act as a cooler)

the end.


Salt will melt ice because of freezing point depression, this is why it is used to melt ice on roads and paths.

In this situation, putting salt int he ice bucket doesn't make the ICE colder, it makes the liquid water colder as the salt dissolves in it. Salt dissolving in water is considered an "endothermic" reaction (it absorbs heat), making the water/salt solution (brine) colder as it happens, and helping the beer get cooler.
#9


Salt, when dissolved in water, will raise its boiling point and it will lower its freezing point. So, if you add salt to your water BEFORE you freeze it, it will be colder than just frozen water (or ice as we call it). Of course, sticking your beer in a big bin with ice in it will add to the CO2 emissions, unless you have an energy-free way to make ice.
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MunkiMadz
I think they're having a laugh. As ice melts, the salt will soak up the water, therefore not being able to keep the current ice cool, so that also melts and soaks up too.
IE, water particles turn to salt particles, salt doesnt act as a cooler, or a heater, it just soaks up the water (which would act as a cooler)

the end.


It is actually true! For the scientists out there read below! For us Laymans just base it on trust! ;-)

Time for a quick lesson in the Second Law of Thermodynamics, which states that the differences between systems in contact with each other tend to even out: ie. the (cold) ice surrounding the (warmer) contents will begin to melt. For ice to melt, heat has to be drawn from somewhere and in this case the melting ice absorbs heat from your ingredients (cans of beer!) and gradually lowers the temperature of the items until it starts to freeze.

Now, without any salt added to the ice the cooling effect would be slower and the ice/ingredients would gradually reach an equilibrium slightly above the freezing point of water. This isn't cold enough to turn your warm beers into cool refrshing beer, for which you need temperatures below -3 degrees Celsius.

By adding rock salt to the ice it makes a substance with a freezing point lower than water. This means that the ice and salt mixture must take even MORE heat from its surroundings in order to melt: the whole process accelerates and the temperature quickly drops to around -10 degrees which rapidly cools and turns your drinks into pure liquid refreshment!!!

Hope this helps! Now gimme some rep! :-D:-D:-D
#11
Of course, sticking your beer in a big bin with ice in it will add to the CO2 emissions, unless you have an energy-free way to make ice.


Sense
#12
MunkiMadz
I think they're having a laugh. As ice melts, the salt will soak up the water, therefore not being able to keep the current ice cool, so that also melts and soaks up too.
IE, water particles turn to salt particles, salt doesnt act as a cooler, or a heater, it just soaks up the water (which would act as a cooler)

the end.


Its true that ice makes ice colder but it works like this - the salt lowers the freezing point of ice, as the ice melts it takes away heat from its surroundings (energy is absorbed when matter changes state - solid to liquid to gas) so making your beers colder ;-)
or you can get this fridge and not worry about it

ps theres nothing worse than drinking beers from salty bottles / glasses

pps only 11 left
#13
Yet another "but the wife would kill me" deal from HUKD! :)
#14
ferple
Yet another "but the wife would kill me" deal from HUKD! :)


yep I'm gonna get it in the neck for this one, better finish the hallway off asap and get some brownie points in reserve :whistling:

ps 9 left
#15
Don't need one I use a big bath with water in it, everyone arrives and throws there beer in it

Heat added (product AND the sceince lesson)
#16
Like the look of it, voted hot.
#17
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#18
Got an mp3 player as well to take cost over £50 for free delivery - well my order arrived today minus the fridge - after they have taken the full cost off my card :viking:

Got email today stating both items dispatched at 13.00hrs today - I am not a happy bunny

Invoice with MP3 shows both items then the fridge has been highlighted in green pen and has written on it "sorry sold"!!!

Mp3 was in a bag that was signature required which has been threw in through the cat flat - obviously unsigned as nobody was in - seriously considering saying I've never received anything - 14 on site when I ordered. :x:x:x

Has anybody actually got it ?

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