Bargain Husky Fridges - £80.99 with code @ Argos (Online & Instore)
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Bargain Husky Fridges - £80.99 with code @ Argos (Online & Instore)

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Found 20th Apr 2017
Ideal for the summer, man-cave (yes i'm tempted) or hiding your fav beverage away from others

HUSKY PROSECCO FRIDGE
argos.co.uk/pro…369

HUSKY BECKS FRIDGE
argos.co.uk/pro…881

HUSKY – BUDWEISER
argos.co.uk/pro…921

HUSKY – GUINNESS
argos.co.uk/pro…548

HUSKY DIET COKE FRIDGE
argos.co.uk/pro…605

HUSKY – STELLA
argos.co.uk/pro…888

HUSKY COCA COLA
argos.co.uk/pro…441

****Quote code MINI10 instore at till or enter code online****


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Can you really call this a fridge when it cant even get cold enough to store milk properly?

edit: in fact even Argos don't call it a fridge, they call it a 'cooler' coldest it can go (at its maximum) is 6 degree's, prefer my beer and pop colder than that.
paulj48

Can you really call this a fridge when it cant even get cold enough to … Can you really call this a fridge when it cant even get cold enough to store milk properly?edit: in fact even Argos don't call it a fridge, they call it a 'cooler' coldest it can go (at its maximum) is 6 degree's, prefer my beer and pop colder than that.



Craft beer and real ales are not meant to be drunk at standard fridge temperature

I don't want it stone cold so a cooler is the perfect option:

35–40°F (2–4°C): Mass market light lagers
40–45°F (4–7°C): Czech and German Pilsners, Munich Helles, wheat beers, and Kölsch
45–50°F (7–10°C): IPAs, American pale ales, porters, and most stouts
50–55°F (10–13°C): Belgian ales, sour ales, Bocks, English bitters and milds, Scottish ales
55–60°F (13–16°C): Barleywines, imperial stouts, Belgian strong ales, and Doppelbocks
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Shame about the £3.95 delivery charge
I have always wanted one of these Husky fridges.
DexMorgan

Shame about the £3.95 delivery charge



Reserve and collect instore (if local) - Can quote at till for £80.99 and pick up some beer on the way
superpanda

I have always wanted one of these Husky fridges.



Same, very tempted!
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goonertillidie

Reserve and collect instore (if local) - Can quote at till for £80.99 and … Reserve and collect instore (if local) - Can quote at till for £80.99 and pick up some beer on the way



I do lift bro but I'm not sure I'd want to carry this home.
DexMorgan

I do lift bro but I'm not sure I'd want to carry this home.



THINK OF THOSE GAINS X)
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goonertillidie

THINK OF THOSE GAINS X)



Just checked to see if the £5 voucher for a £50 spend was still on but that ended 2 days ago
I'm too stubborn to pay for delivery on a £80 spend!
DexMorgan

Just checked to see if the £5 voucher for a £50 spend was still on but t … Just checked to see if the £5 voucher for a £50 spend was still on but that ended 2 days ago :(I'm too stubborn to pay for delivery on a £80 spend!



*beer is calling* - Did check for the voucher but gone - Technically still a good deal at £89.99 so still a decent price incl del with code.

Enjoy your chilled drinks later!
Don't get cold enough
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crissstyan

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Why would you even post more expensive mini fridge? Or are you just showing people that it's not even a deal?
Terrible beer brands, prefer a more generic one.
Can you really call this a fridge when it cant even get cold enough to store milk properly?

edit: in fact even Argos don't call it a fridge, they call it a 'cooler' coldest it can go (at its maximum) is 6 degree's, prefer my beer and pop colder than that.
Fridge....vs.....Cooler..... 6 degrees of seperation...........close but not close enough
DonWavey

Why would you even post more expensive mini fridge? Or are you just … Why would you even post more expensive mini fridge? Or are you just showing people that it's not even a deal?


sorry my bad
Make sure your cans dont touch the back. One of the cans in mine exploded as it started to freeze as it was touching the back.
paulj48

Can you really call this a fridge when it cant even get cold enough to … Can you really call this a fridge when it cant even get cold enough to store milk properly?edit: in fact even Argos don't call it a fridge, they call it a 'cooler' coldest it can go (at its maximum) is 6 degree's, prefer my beer and pop colder than that.



Craft beer and real ales are not meant to be drunk at standard fridge temperature

I don't want it stone cold so a cooler is the perfect option:

35–40°F (2–4°C): Mass market light lagers
40–45°F (4–7°C): Czech and German Pilsners, Munich Helles, wheat beers, and Kölsch
45–50°F (7–10°C): IPAs, American pale ales, porters, and most stouts
50–55°F (10–13°C): Belgian ales, sour ales, Bocks, English bitters and milds, Scottish ales
55–60°F (13–16°C): Barleywines, imperial stouts, Belgian strong ales, and Doppelbocks
Code doesn't work on the Husky wine coolers unfortunately.
I have one and the fan has stopped working at the back, its out of warranty and no replacement parts available, I would personally avoid these.
I have one of these they really are not that great for the money the temp inside even on high setting doesn't meet regulations for a fridge so reallt these are more coolers.

The back ices up as well easily
Edited by: "morty" 20th Apr 2017
Very poor, gave mine away.
The only way you will get cold beer out of one of these, is to put it in cold to start with.
Juxtaposed

Craft beer and real ales are not meant to be drunk at standard fridge … Craft beer and real ales are not meant to be drunk at standard fridge temperatureI don't want it stone cold so a cooler is the perfect option:35–40°F (2–4°C): Mass market light lagers40–45°F (4–7°C): Czech and German Pilsners, Munich Helles, wheat beers, and Kölsch45–50°F (7–10°C): IPAs, American pale ales, porters, and most stouts50–55°F (10–13°C): Belgian ales, sour ales, Bocks, English bitters and milds, Scottish ales55–60°F (13–16°C): Barleywines, imperial stouts, Belgian strong ales, and Doppelbocks


LOL for the reply although I think you may be in the minority keeping your various 'Craft' beer's within the recommended temperatures.

Edit: well done for the copy and paste though from here, word for word the same (_;) beerandbrewing.com/col…re/
Edited by: "paulj48" 20th Apr 2017
Had one for years now and seems to do the trick.

Heat added.
lovely!
I have one of these and they are rubbish. I thought they would be really cold, but actually your fridge is colder
Isn't it amazing how folks buy things without actually reading what they are? We've had one for years. It sits in the conservatory in all weathers and does the job it's supposed to do perfectly. Didn't pay anything like they cost now though!
paulj48

LOL for the reply although I think you may be in the minority keeping … LOL for the reply although I think you may be in the minority keeping your various 'Craft' beer's within the recommended temperatures. Edit: well done for the copy and paste though from here, word for word the same (_;)https://beerandbrewing.com/cold-beer-warm-beer-select-the-right-serving-temperature/



Thats exactly where I copied it from, it's not like I memorise that kind of thing....
No denying that I'm in the minority but then most people who want to chill their drinks to ice cold will use a fridge or a bucket of ice. It's usually the minority that would opt for a cooler hence the comment.
paulj48

LOL for the reply although I think you may be in the minority keeping … LOL for the reply although I think you may be in the minority keeping your various 'Craft' beer's within the recommended temperatures. Edit: well done for the copy and paste though from here, word for word the same (_;)https://beerandbrewing.com/cold-beer-warm-beer-select-the-right-serving-temperature/



I don't recall Juxtaposed ever saying he had created that list of beer temps himself, and I would expect any sane person to copy/paste data when quoting it. (_;)

And it's beers, not beer's, unless that's a surname?
We use one of these for everyday milk and small items. Been fine for over two years. (we have a larger fridge for other stuff but it's not in the kitchen). There's a small thermostat hidden outside at the back. No probs with it.
How much do these cost to run per month please? does anyone know, Im curious cause it could cost more than the fridge if it has a fan at the back?
I have a stella one already. The beers at the back of the top shelf get cold and that's about it. Nice to have but don't imagine it's a proper fridge.
Qwery

How much do these cost to run per month please? does anyone know, Im … How much do these cost to run per month please? does anyone know, Im curious cause it could cost more than the fridge if it has a fan at the back?



no fan, proper refrigeration unit.
Why does Becks fridge say '•Temperature range of 0 to 10°C' --- whilst all others '•Temperature range of 6 to 15°C'?

Either a misprint or the Becks Fridge is a better one to have.
Qwery

How much do these cost to run per month please? does anyone know, Im … How much do these cost to run per month please? does anyone know, Im curious cause it could cost more than the fridge if it has a fan at the back?


About the same as a hot tub.
Qwery

How much do these cost to run per month please? does anyone know, Im … How much do these cost to run per month please? does anyone know, Im curious cause it could cost more than the fridge if it has a fan at the back?



If it's as stated .•Energy consumption: 95kWh/year' - that's 95 x about 17p (varies depending on your supplier) = around £16 a year.
jhw

Why does Becks fridge say '•Temperature range of 0 to 10°C' --- whilst al … Why does Becks fridge say '•Temperature range of 0 to 10°C' --- whilst all others '•Temperature range of 6 to 15°C'?Either a misprint or the Becks Fridge is a better one to have.


That one is called a fridge, the others state 'cooler'
jhw

Why does Becks fridge say '•Temperature range of 0 to 10°C' --- whilst al … Why does Becks fridge say '•Temperature range of 0 to 10°C' --- whilst all others '•Temperature range of 6 to 15°C'?Either a misprint or the Becks Fridge is a better one to have.



they actually go to much higher temperatures if you switch them off
Do these small fridges still use shed loads of electric to run?
Always liked the idea as a teen but was put off by high running costs.
Any mathmatical genius got the time to work out how expensive one would cost?
If its alot will stick to odd bottle in normal fridge
Jawz

Do these small fridges still use shed loads of electric to run?Always … Do these small fridges still use shed loads of electric to run?Always liked the idea as a teen but was put off by high running costs.Any mathmatical genius got the time to work out how expensive one would cost?If its alot will stick to odd bottle in normal fridge


Let's hope such a mathematical genius posts on this thread some time
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