AEG S74010KDX0 185cm Tall Larder Fridge in Stainless Steel A++ (was £499) Now £364.01 delivered w/code @ Co-op Electrical
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AEG S74010KDX0 185cm Tall Larder Fridge in Stainless Steel A++ (was £499) Now £364.01 delivered w/code @ Co-op Electrical

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Found 29th May
Good price if you're after a larder fridge. Originally it was £499, and its been reduced to £399, but you can get it for £364.01 using code: CMD30

You can also get Free Removal of your old appliance.


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This AEG S74010KDK tall larder fridge in stainless steel has an A++ rating and uses 21% less energy than a standard A+ rated fridge.

Extra-high capacity for optimal storage spaceOptimise the storage space in your kitchen with this high-capacity appliance. A market leader thanks to its high ratio of internal storage capacity to external space, it enables you to organise your groceries more efficiently, and access them more effectively without taking up extra space in the kitchen.

External LCD display with advanced touch controlsThis LCD display with advanced touch controls lets you take full control of the storage conditions of your food. The controls are so sensitive that they can be precisely adjusted with just the lightest touch of a finger, while feedback can be viewed at a glance thanks to the clear LCD screen on the external control panel.

DynamicAir Technology for an even temperatureTo keep your food as fresh and as safe as possible, you need to store it in the very best conditions. This refrigerator is fitted with DynamicAir Technology that works to keep the interior temperature totally even throughout the whole refrigerator on all levels. By preventing warm zones forming inside the fridge, this limits the risk of accelerated bacteria growth.

Door with professional stainless-steel anti-fingerprint finishThis smart stainless steel door with anti-fingerprint finish adds the perfect touch to any high-performance kitchen design. It's professional appearance not only reflects the high standards of the appliance itself, but also mirros the very latest European design trends.



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After some time googling it.looks like the AEG offer is another £50 cashback, wish it was a little easier to find that out. This would.make it half the price of some cheap retailers so I'd say it's a bargain. Shame I don't need a fridge.
liammacca56 m ago

Also part of AEG cashback …Also part of AEG cashback promohttps://www.aeg.co.uk/campaigns/aeg-rewards/early-summer-promotion/


Thanks for heads up. It says up to £100 cashback.
Is it actually £100 and if so, would this be a good deal?
Yeh actual cashback not listed although Hughes direct say £50 on website
so is this fridge 50 or 100 pounds cashback?
This is an amazing bargain. We have a built in AEG larder fridge and separate freezer and they are really good. Opted for them as an alternative to more expensive Siemens and do not regret it
Could do with a 50/50 fridge freezer like this
Could do with a 50/50 fridge freezer like this

349 on eBay co-op shop with code PROMO20

ebay.co.uk/itm…2c7
The specs on coop's website says it has a Plastic back panel. Isn't that the same design that is known to cause house fires like the Grenfell Tower fire? You should aim to get fridges with metal backs.
Edited by: "dush_yant" 29th May
dush_yant3 h, 2 m ago

The specs on coop's website says it has a Plastic back panel. Isn't that …The specs on coop's website says it has a Plastic back panel. Isn't that the same design that is known to cause house fires like the Grenfell Tower fire? You should aim to get fridges with metal backs.


Perhaps, a smoke alarm for the back of fridge nr compressor?
ukmonkey8 h, 8 m ago

Could do with a 50/50 fridge freezer like this349 on eBay co-op shop with …Could do with a 50/50 fridge freezer like this349 on eBay co-op shop with code PROMO20https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/AEG-S74010KDX0-185cm-5-Shelves-Tall-Larder-Fridge-Stainless-Steel-A-/142811882183?hash=item21404062c7


This should qualify for the AEG cashback still right ? Even though it’s ebay outlet....

Anyone know of matching freezer?
Great deal, thanks. Ordered it yesterday. Regarding the cashback by AEG, it didn't apply to this product.
tforsale1 h, 32 m ago

Great deal, thanks. Ordered it yesterday. Regarding the cashback by AEG, …Great deal, thanks. Ordered it yesterday. Regarding the cashback by AEG, it didn't apply to this product.


It specifically states it's elligible in the qualifying list so is it due to it being sold by a non qualifying retailer, as there seems to be no list of retailers available?
Was hard enough to find the cashback amount, I would think they could get into a little trouble if you pushed it. You can't even go through part of the claims procedure to check unless you upload a receipt first.
Edited by: "liamf12" 30th May
davening11 h, 46 m ago

Perhaps, a smoke alarm for the back of fridge nr compressor?


That's just mitigation and not solving the root cause.
Just found this model in the list of fridges which are a fire risk! DO NOT BUY!!
which.co.uk/new…rn/

Even worse, the BBC states that in addition to this model having a plastic backing, the plastic material is also NOT flame-retardant, so it's the worst of the lot!
news.bbc.co.uk/1/s…pdf

If you don't value the lives of your family, go ahead and get this "deal".
Edited by: "dush_yant" 30th May
dush_yant5 h, 0 m ago

That's just mitigation and not solving the root cause.


Fully agree. But may help someone with a plastic backed fridge already to lessen risk.
davening1 h, 56 m ago

Fully agree. But may help someone with a plastic backed fridge already to …Fully agree. But may help someone with a plastic backed fridge already to lessen risk.


At times, I am tempted to buy a plastic backed fridge because of the discounts and do whatever I can to reduce risk.

Perhaps, the money saved could buy a custom fitted fire alarm inside the fridge and outside the fridge and pet gizmo with fire extinguisher primed&pointed at compressor. :-)

BTW people make wacky decisions.

Some people might just want a new house.
liamf1230th May

It specifically states it's elligible in the qualifying list so is it due …It specifically states it's elligible in the qualifying list so is it due to it being sold by a non qualifying retailer, as there seems to be no list of retailers available?Was hard enough to find the cashback amount, I would think they could get into a little trouble if you pushed it. You can't even go through part of the claims procedure to check unless you upload a receipt first.



I agree. I ended up calling them and they confirmed that my purchase didn't qualify because Co-Op electrical is not in their approved list of retailers, which is nowhere obvious to be found... Nevertheless, even without the cashback, it was a very good price for what, I hope, will be an excellent fridge.
Cashback is limited to specific retailers. Co-op is not one of them.
Worst fridge ever... Please don't buy. Vegetables and fruits section do not get chilled. Vegetables go off really quick. Known problem and they sell some mats to resolve this but problem doesn't go away
Very bad after sale service
dush_yant29th May

The specs on coop's website says it has a Plastic back panel. Isn't that …The specs on coop's website says it has a Plastic back panel. Isn't that the same design that is known to cause house fires like the Grenfell Tower fire? You should aim to get fridges with metal backs.



If you do a little research you will find that..

Fires originating from a fridge are extremely rare, though yes they do happen. Plastic backing on fridges does not directly cause fires as you seem to suggest, it does however provide less protection to the rear of the appliance in the event of a fire reaching it. Apparently the insulation material beyond the backing is highly flammable so metal backs can repel the flames longer than plastic.

However, metal is a good heat conductor so the heat of a fire will surely transfer to the metal and expose it to the highly flammable insulation material inside and eventually ignite it. It's just about slowing down the spread of a fire with metal backing, not stopping it.

Whilst I'm all for metal backing instead of plastic, perhaps the focus should be more on finding alternatives where possible to the highly flammable insulation materials used inside the appliance?
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