Swan SR5291S Fridge Freezer - Silver reduced to £129.99 + £6.99 P&P at Very - HotUKDeals
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We were looking for a new Fridge Freezer for our new house and couldn't find much below £190, however we came across this deal on Very. It was initially up for £219.99 and has been reduced to £129.99. I've checked the size measurements and it is slightly shorter than a traditional fridge freezer, however I believe it is still great value for money. They also have it in Black for the same price. Please note that P&P is on top of the price.
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#1
Delivery charge should be included in title.
#2
DexMorgan
Delivery charge should be included in title.

which is how much please ?
Edit deal ;)
#3
phillred
DexMorgan
Delivery charge should be included in title.
which is how much please ?
Edit deal ;)
Added :)
#4
Looking for a fridge right now, they do some good deals on others too... cheers
1 Like #5
Was aimed at DexMorgan:(
Good Deal:D
#6
That one is only 4ft 8 best get a larger one
#7
I'm looking as well, fridge freezer just decided to give up the ghost, well done OP have some heat.
2 Likes #8
As a bachelor, this looks perfect.

Though I have lasted without a fridge or freezer for 6 months, somehow.
#9
Very cheap at this price you could buy 2
#10
Good fine - but height is a bit small
#11
Swan, Proline, Hotpoint, Indesit, Creda are all on my s**tlist following the tumble dryer debacle.
3 Likes #12
Don't forget Candy, I believe they are part of Hotpoint and the rest too. If you're looking for something bigger and frost-free, there was a good deal on a Hisense model the other day. I bought one and am very pleased with it. £229 at Argos with sloooow delivery or £10 more at 365electrical with next day delivery.

Swan isn't a real brand anymore, but in saying that I got a Swan dishwasher from Very a month or so ago, which does the job, the additional 4 year cover for it was £30 so if it breaks in a year or two, it doesn't really matter, and for the price, it does the job well enough.


Edited By: a_user on Jul 16, 2016 10:47
#13
Just got the samsung water dispenser one from currys for 324 seems the best fridge around for that price but it will last and has 5 year warranty
#14
seanmorris100
Just got the samsung water dispenser one from currys for 324 seems the best fridge around for that price but it will last and has 5 year warranty


Let me know how that goes lol.
Samsung are aware of the fallacy of this five year guarantee programme and a lot of these are sold in the hope that the owner won't contact them for repairs.
#15
Great price, tiny capacity.
our under the worktop integrated fridge is 156 litres. This fridge is 100l and freezer 50l. so combined it is smaller than our tiny fridge!

Also I would only purchase frost free (which I think is the same as auto defrost). This saves 2 days per year which you no longer have to spend defrosting the fridge / freezer. So well paying extra hundred or so for!
#16
adamc11
seanmorris100
Just got the samsung water dispenser one from currys for 324 seems the best fridge around for that price but it will last and has 5 year warranty
Let me know how that goes lol.
Samsung are aware of the fallacy of this five year guarantee programme and a lot of these are sold in the hope that the owner won't contact them for repairs.

Basically 5 star rating from 1300+ people cant be that bad and why wouldnt people contact them if it went wrong??
#17
seanmorris100
adamc11
seanmorris100
Just got the samsung water dispenser one from currys for 324 seems the best fridge around for that price but it will last and has 5 year warranty
Let me know how that goes lol.
Samsung are aware of the fallacy of this five year guarantee programme and a lot of these are sold in the hope that the owner won't contact them for repairs.
Basically 5 star rating from 1300+ people cant be that bad and why wouldnt people contact them if it went wrong??


Samsung product itself is great - its the warranty that isn't so great.
#18
adamc11
seanmorris100
adamc11
seanmorris100
Just got the samsung water dispenser one from currys for 324 seems the best fridge around for that price but it will last and has 5 year warranty
Let me know how that goes lol.
Samsung are aware of the fallacy of this five year guarantee programme and a lot of these are sold in the hope that the owner won't contact them for repairs.
Basically 5 star rating from 1300+ people cant be that bad and why wouldnt people contact them if it went wrong??
Samsung product itself is great - its the warranty that isn't so great.

If it lasts 2 years ill be happy
#19
InTheKnow444
Swan, Proline, Hotpoint, Indesit, Creda are all on my s**tlist following the tumble dryer debacle.

I've been using my tumble dryer and it's completely fine. Followed the instructions to keep it clean and all is good. Propaganda by the media.
#20
InTheKnow444
Swan, Proline, Hotpoint, Indesit, Creda are all on my s**tlist following the tumble dryer debacle.
Swan brand is leased from French company, they are made in the UK. I got this in May for £119 and a further 20% off for a New account. Small but cheaper than many single under counter fridges or freezers.


I paid £30 for 4 years cover too.

Edited By: seaniboy on Jul 16, 2016 16:47
#21
seanmorris100
adamc11
seanmorris100
adamc11
seanmorris100
Just got the samsung water dispenser one from currys for 324 seems the best fridge around for that price but it will last and has 5 year warranty
Let me know how that goes lol.
Samsung are aware of the fallacy of this five year guarantee programme and a lot of these are sold in the hope that the owner won't contact them for repairs.
Basically 5 star rating from 1300+ people cant be that bad and why wouldnt people contact them if it went wrong??
Samsung product itself is great - its the warranty that isn't so great.
If it lasts 2 years ill be happy

Oddly enough, Panasonic seem to now make the longest serving white goods. Don't ask me how, but working in white goods sales I have yet to have any of my customers having an issue with the Panasonic kit.

Not saying you are wrong for buying a Samsung btw, I just know from past experience how uppity they are over their 5 year warranty...
1 Like #22
seanmorris100
Just got the samsung water dispenser one from currys for 324 seems the best fridge around for that price but it will last and has 5 year warranty
Haven't you got any taps?
#23
Had 3 swan fridges from very, ALL Damaged. Wasted 3 weeks waiting for replacements. Give up and got a Bosch from Somewhere else.
#24
thanks ordered with another 20% off, needed one for the second property

If you already have an account, create another in your partners name to avail the 20%

So all in all £111 delivered, bargain!


Edited By: lukman2k on Jul 16, 2016 20:45: .
#25
great price.ideal if you dont have much money or not bothered about big brands
http://i.imgur.com/vxXHz.gif
#26
Cold
#27
Comes with no warranty???
#28
Abs bargain with first order 20% off codr.
#29
Possible 2.1% cashback?
#30
jhetheringt7

We were looking for a new Fridge Freezer for our new house and couldn't find much below £190, however we came across this deal on Very. It was initially up for £219.99 and has been reduced to £129.99. I've checked the size measurements and it is slightly shorter than a traditional fridge freezer, however I believe it is still great value for money. They also have it in Black for the same price. Please note that P&P is on top of the price.
I bought swan fridge/freezer last year from very and i had nothing but trouble with it. Had it repaired few times then last week i rang to report it faulty again and they said i could pick a new one for the price i had paid for the swan. I put extra money towards a samsung. I am well happy with my new one.
#31
linhang90
Comes with no warranty???
if you have any problems here is the details i have got for them.
swan comes with 2 yr warranty on nearly all of there products that i am aware of.but be warned swan is owned by shop direct group.
swan helpline 01733404703
spare parts 01733404709

postal address
shop direct group
L70 1AB
BOX MPRC8
#32
seaniboy
InTheKnow444
Swan, Proline, Hotpoint, Indesit, Creda are all on my s**tlist following the tumble dryer debacle.
Swan brand is leased from French company, they are made in the UK. I got this in May for £119 and a further 20% off for a New account. Small but cheaper than many single under counter fridges or freezers.
I paid £30 for 4 years cover too.
shop direct own swan since 2001 if memory serves me right or it could be 2002 but they are defo one group now.
2 Likes #33
Magurdrac
As a bachelor, this looks perfect.
Though I have lasted without a fridge or freezer for 6 months, somehow.
The photos on the very website even show it in bachelor configuration with hennesy in the door pocket

In all seriousness I live on my own and have one of these fridge freezers . Its more than adequate for one person in my humble opinion .

I go to the meat market once a month and buy about 15kg of chicken breast , 2-3kg of beef mince and about 4 or 5 big steaks and I still have most if not all of the small drawer left in the freezer
#34
jynx88
seaniboy
InTheKnow444
Swan, Proline, Hotpoint, Indesit, Creda are all on my s**tlist following the tumble dryer debacle.
Swan brand is leased from French company, they are made in the UK. I got this in May for £119 and a further 20% off for a New account. Small but cheaper than many single under counter fridges or freezers.
I paid £30 for 4 years cover too.
shop direct own swan since 2001 if memory serves me right or it could be 2002 but they are defo one group now.
http://beta.companieshouse.gov.uk/company/06473372


Edited By: seaniboy on Jul 16, 2016 23:34
#35
seaniboy
jynx88
seaniboy
InTheKnow444
Swan, Proline, Hotpoint, Indesit, Creda are all on my s**tlist following the tumble dryer debacle.
Swan brand is leased from French company, they are made in the UK. I got this in May for £119 and a further 20% off for a New account. Small but cheaper than many single under counter fridges or freezers.
I paid £30 for 4 years cover too.
shop direct own swan since 2001 if memory serves me right or it could be 2002 but they are defo one group now.
http://www.companieshouse.gov.uk/company/06473372
link not working for me but i see swan were sold to tefal (in france) after going bust
back in 01 and littlewoods bought swan electronics.totally different company. swan appliances is under licence and sold exclusively by shop direct group for a while.sorry my bad you were right.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shop_Direct
http://www.ukwhitegoods.co.uk/help/about-the-appliance-industry/manufacturer-information/3496-swan-appliances

this is the details in the manual for them
swan helpline 01733404703
spare parts 01733404709

postal address
shop direct group
L70 1AB
BOX MPRC8

this info is in the warranty section of the manual

Edited By: jynx88 on Jul 16, 2016 23:56
1 Like #36
jynx88
seaniboy
jynx88
seaniboy
InTheKnow444
Swan, Proline, Hotpoint, Indesit, Creda are all on my s**tlist following the tumble dryer debacle.
Swan brand is leased from French company, they are made in the UK. I got this in May for £119 and a further 20% off for a New account. Small but cheaper than many single under counter fridges or freezers.
I paid £30 for 4 years cover too.
shop direct own swan since 2001 if memory serves me right or it could be 2002 but they are defo one group now.
http://www.companieshouse.gov.uk/company/06473372
link not working for me but i see swan were sold to tefal (in france) after going bust
back in 01 and littlewoods bought swan electronics.totally different company. swan appliances is under licence and sold exclusively by shop direct group for a while.sorry my bad you were right.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shop_Directhttp://www.ukwhitegoods.co.uk/help/about-the-appliance-industry/manufacturer-information/3496-swan-appliances
this is the details in the manual for them
swan helpline 01733404703
spare parts 01733404709
postal address
shop direct group
L70 1AB
BOX MPRC8
this info is in the warranty section of the manual
no worries, its a licence, sell and buy world out there lol
#37
a_user
Don't forget Candy, I believe they are part of Hotpoint and the rest too. If you're looking for something bigger and frost-free, there was a good deal on a Hisense model the other day. I bought one and am very pleased with it. £229 at Argos with sloooow delivery or £10 more at 365electrical with next day delivery.
Swan isn't a real brand anymore, but in saying that I got a Swan dishwasher from Very a month or so ago, which does the job, the additional 4 year cover for it was £30 so if it breaks in a year or two, it doesn't really matter, and for the price, it does the job well enough.
Candy are (or were) part of the same group as Hoover when they were UK based, but are both now owned by the Fumagalli family, Hotpoint is a totally different group and is one of the Merloni family brands, both are Italian owned lol white goods are big business in Italy apparently :D
#38
adamc11
seanmorris100
adamc11
seanmorris100
adamc11
seanmorris100
Just got the samsung water dispenser one from currys for 324 seems the best fridge around for that price but it will last and has 5 year warranty
Let me know how that goes lol.
Samsung are aware of the fallacy of this five year guarantee programme and a lot of these are sold in the hope that the owner won't contact them for repairs.
Basically 5 star rating from 1300+ people cant be that bad and why wouldnt people contact them if it went wrong??
Samsung product itself is great - its the warranty that isn't so great.
If it lasts 2 years ill be happy
Oddly enough, Panasonic seem to now make the longest serving white goods. Don't ask me how, but working in white goods sales I have yet to have any of my customers having an issue with the Panasonic kit.
Not saying you are wrong for buying a Samsung btw, I just know from past experience how uppity they are over their 5 year warranty...
Panasonic aren't much better with their warranty to be fair, (and just like Samsung) contract their after sales service to a smallish network of repairers, not their own dedicated team, parts aren't widely available either with lead times of several weeks waiting for a part to be shipped over from another country not uncommon!

Yes the appliances are great - when working lol - and they too offer five / six year warranties on their washing machines but what's the point when after sales is so patchy?
#39
Bunglistik
a_user
Don't forget Candy, I believe they are part of Hotpoint and the rest too. If you're looking for something bigger and frost-free, there was a good deal on a Hisense model the other day. I bought one and am very pleased with it. £229 at Argos with sloooow delivery or £10 more at 365electrical with next day delivery.
Swan isn't a real brand anymore, but in saying that I got a Swan dishwasher from Very a month or so ago, which does the job, the additional 4 year cover for it was £30 so if it breaks in a year or two, it doesn't really matter, and for the price, it does the job well enough.
Candy are (or were) part of the same group as Hoover when they were UK based, but are both now owned by the Fumagalli family, Hotpoint is a totally different group and is one of the Merloni family brands, both are Italian owned lol white goods are big business in Italy apparently :D
All them bored housewives whilst their husbands are out getting some
#40
What does this comment mean in the reviews? "This fridge freezer will not work unless your house is 18 degrees or above. So in the winter months if you work through the day and only have the heating on in the morning and evening - it will not operate through the day. This product has a climate rating of Sub Tropical - I believe it should not even be sold in the UK as it is unfit for purpose!"

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