Samsung Fridge freezer was £539.99 now only £287.99 with code: 10LARGE249 @ comet - HotUKDeals
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Seems a good price and the reviews aren't bad either. More expensive elsewhere!
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cold doesnt play blurays

Cold? surely thats a positive
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fishmaster
Hmm reviews for Samsung fridge freezers seem to be pretty bad. Shame puts me off this.

I had an engineer come out to my house at the weekend to fix my 2 year old Hotpoint fridge freezer. I asked him which make he would recommend ( i always ask the repair guys when things go wrong as i figure they are the ones in the know !) . He said Hot Point are no where near as good as they once were and Samsung are poor. I nearly fell over when he said BEKO were the best when taking into acount price,service support,reliability,ect. I got rid of my working 7 year old Beko to buy the Hot Point. oO

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#1
omg we bought this last month! was £420 i think...i thought that was good value. Its really lovely, dont understand the bad reviews. Ours makes no stupid noises either, and does have an egg holder lol
#2
good price.......
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Didn't need one but bought it anyway.Thanks op xx
1 Like #4
plumberman01
.........Its really lovely, dont understand the bad reviews.....

Possibly the bad reviews come about because of the Which? fridge freezer reliability survey which puts Samsung 12th out of 12, even below Hotpoint and Beko, with just 2 stars out of 5.
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anneclark97
Didn't need one but bought it anyway.Thanks op xx

didn't need two but bought them anyway.
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Cold? surely thats a positive
#8
Hmm reviews for Samsung fridge freezers seem to be pretty bad. Shame puts me off this.
#9
How long do you think it will be on offer for?
#10
Can this run Android?
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Voted cold as it's not an iFridge and doesn't have Siri.
#12
Seems like a really good deal. I only have space for a 55cm width and unfortunately you can't search by width on comet (unlike currys) :(
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Got this fridge from currys in feb for under 250 (was posted on hukd) looks good and does the job so for the money is sound, BUT ours is ridiculously noisy and the fridge is never worth the original rrp. Isn't frost free which is worth knowing when comparing to similar.
1 Like #14
Nice price RRP way off, can generally get it for around £330 most other places, so still the best price around.
#15
inb4 waiting for the apple lawsuit/ ifridge and anything else related to apple and i's.
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fishmaster
Hmm reviews for Samsung fridge freezers seem to be pretty bad. Shame puts me off this.

I had an engineer come out to my house at the weekend to fix my 2 year old Hotpoint fridge freezer. I asked him which make he would recommend ( i always ask the repair guys when things go wrong as i figure they are the ones in the know !) . He said Hot Point are no where near as good as they once were and Samsung are poor. I nearly fell over when he said BEKO were the best when taking into acount price,service support,reliability,ect. I got rid of my working 7 year old Beko to buy the Hot Point. oO
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cold
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I hate this site
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I had an engineer come out to my house at the weekend to fix my 2 year old Hotpoint fridge freezer. I asked him which make he would recommend ( i always ask the repair guys when things go wrong as i figure they are the ones in the know !) . He said Hot Point are no where near as good as they once were and Samsung are poor. I nearly fell over when he said BEKO were the best when taking into acount price,service support,reliability,ect. I got rid of my working 7 year old Beko to buy the Hot Point. oO[/quote]
Message me the postcode and we will "retrain" the engineer :)
#20
gr8h8me
I had an engineer come out to my house at the weekend to fix my 2 year old Hotpoint fridge freezer. I asked him which make he would recommend ( i always ask the repair guys when things go wrong as i figure they are the ones in the know !) . He said Hot Point are no where near as good as they once were and Samsung are poor. I nearly fell over when he said BEKO were the best when taking into acount price,service support,reliability,ect. I got rid of my working 7 year old Beko to buy the Hot Point. oO

Message me the postcode and we will "retrain" the engineer :)[/quote]
HAHA i would rather see Hot Point re-trained to make mine last more than 2 years X)
#21
koolforkats
Got this fridge from currys in feb for under 250 (was posted on hukd) looks good and does the job so for the money is sound, BUT ours is ridiculously noisy and the fridge is never worth the original rrp. Isn't frost free which is worth knowing when comparing to similar.

Hadn't realised it wasn't a frost free freezer, no way can they justify that price for non frost free!!
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niceblokedave
fishmaster
Hmm reviews for Samsung fridge freezers seem to be pretty bad. Shame puts me off this.

I had an engineer come out to my house at the weekend to fix my 2 year old Hotpoint fridge freezer. I asked him which make he would recommend ( i always ask the repair guys when things go wrong as i figure they are the ones in the know !) . He said Hot Point are no where near as good as they once were and Samsung are poor. I nearly fell over when he said BEKO were the best when taking into acount price,service support,reliability,ect. I got rid of my working 7 year old Beko to buy the Hot Point. oO

Maybe he was actually encouraging you to buy the brand that breaks down the most to keep him in future employment!
#23
no hdmi
#24
just got myself a beko, have had a beko in my house for 15 years and not one problem with it, but think its time for a new one.
Tesco have some on offer at the moment frost free and auto defrost and there were some £10-£15 codes laying about for customers and free delivery took mine down to £289 and luckily for me I had staff discount so got it for £260.10 but still think £289 is a good price as the one i bought is £325 on currys and comet.
#25
jockscot1
I hate this site
It feels the same way about you! oO
#26
niceblokedave
i always ask the repair guys when things go wrong as i figure they are the ones in the know !)

hmmm...if I were a repair guy I would give you the completely unbiased recommendation of the stuff that breaks down regularly and reliably the day after warranty expires. Or why should I tell you which ones will not have to be repaired frequently...i am a repair man, am I?
#27
According to spec it's not frost free...but decent price.
#28
my fridge was leaking water for 3 years(daewoo display model ) dones 9 years, was gonna change it till my neighbour told me there is a drip tray that might be full, lol , no more wet socks.lol
#29
Just me or does that make no sense. I have a hotpoint and I wouldn't listen to engineers opinion. Most of his calls will be return calls because he can't even fit door seals!
hugodoswald
niceblokedave
i always ask the repair guys when things go wrong as i figure they are the ones in the know !)

hmmm...if I were a repair guy I would give you the completely unbiased recommendation of the stuff that breaks down regularly and reliably the day after warranty expires. Or why should I tell you which ones will not have to be repaired frequently...i am a repair man, am I?
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angie14


Hadn't realised it wasn't a frost free freezer, no way can they justify that price for non frost free!!

Leave it unplugged and it will be completely frost free.
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Newbold
plumberman01
.........Its really lovely, dont understand the bad reviews.....

Possibly the bad reviews come about because of the Which? fridge freezer reliability survey which puts Samsung 12th out of 12, even below Hotpoint and Beko, with just 2 stars out of 5.

I don't think people listen too much....

All our major appliances are Which Best Buys and, touch wood, have only had one minor problem with a 5+ year old washer / drier that cost £40 to repair.

Needed to replace our 20+ year old FF recently and based on price and Which went for a Beko - a brand that previously I wouldn't have even considered.

It's excellent - Looks good, Frost Free, water dispenser, quick to chill and loads of space. Cost about £225 all in. Paid by CC so if it does go wrong within 5 years will just quote the "reasonable life span" EU directive that you get when paying this way.
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hugodoswald
niceblokedave
i always ask the repair guys when things go wrong as i figure they are the ones in the know !)


hmmm...if I were a repair guy I would give you the completely unbiased recommendation of the stuff that breaks down regularly and reliably the day after warranty expires. Or why should I tell you which ones will not have to be repaired frequently...i am a repair man, am I?


Precisely. My old neighbour who has just left engineering to follow another career (so he has nothing to gain) told me that Beko break down consistently and use the cheapest compressors available which are the most expensive fault to fix. My Beko Fridge freezer lasted 2 years 4 months and my Mothers lasted 3 years 1 month. Engineers wanted £160 to repair a F/F that only cost £180!!

We both now have Bosch :)
#33
hollymia
Paid by CC so if it does go wrong within 5 years will just quote the "reasonable life span" EU directive that you get when paying this way.
What happens if you do that?
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Xad
hollymia
Paid by CC so if it does go wrong within 5 years will just quote the "reasonable life span" EU directive that you get when paying this way.
What happens if you do that?

Someone in an office has a good laugh at it.
#35
Wasn't there a problem with Beko fridges and house fires a while back?
http://www.which.co.uk/news/2011/07/fire-warning-to-500000-fridge-freezer-owners-257964/

As for this one.. going purely on a video review, the plastic shelves look like they will last under a year - and it's not frost-free

Only thing that its got going for it is its A+ energy rating..

voted cold unfortunately.
#36
You know, I've had the same advice about Beko - been told they're very good everything considered.
#37
hollymia

It's excellent - Looks good, Frost Free, water dispenser, quick to chill and loads of space. Cost about £225 all in. Paid by CC so if it does go wrong within 5 years will just quote the "reasonable life span" EU directive that you get when paying this way.

The problem with that is that after the first 6 months, you'll need to provide an engineer's report to show that there's a manufacturing fault.
banned#38
cleudo
Wasn't there a problem with Beko fridges and house fires a while back?
http://www.which.co.uk/news/2011/07/fire-warning-to-500000-fridge-freezer-owners-257964/

As for this one.. going purely on a video review, the plastic shelves look like they will last under a year - and it's not frost-free

Only thing that its got going for it is its A+ energy rating..

voted cold unfortunately.

Well - that ain't the FF we have. But plastic shelves and this thing ain't even FF and is scorching hot? WTF?

I have to marvel at the sanity of the great British public sometimes! LOL

Ours is A Class and according to Which costs £17 a year to run - compared to a 20+ year old FF.

No wonder the electric company are questioning our bill.

All things considered this is a complete non "deal" but best of luck to the schmucks who buy!!
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Newbold
hollymia

It's excellent - Looks good, Frost Free, water dispenser, quick to chill and loads of space. Cost about £225 all in. Paid by CC so if it does go wrong within 5 years will just quote the "reasonable life span" EU directive that you get when paying this way.

The problem with that is that after the first 6 months, you'll need to provide an engineer's report to show that there's a manufacturing fault.

And if that is the case then Beko will be picking up the bill for that too.

How long is a "reasonable" amount of time for a fridge to last?

When our last one lasted 20+ years?

I'd successfully argue that anything under 5 years is completely unreasonable.

Do people replace their FFs every year or 2?

No
#40
just realised this cant be our model cos ours is frost free...sorry! ours is a more expensive model. Glad cos i thought id been done lol

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