Bush BSFF55174 Fridge Freezer - White £129.99 @ Stanley Clearance Bargain store
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Bush BSFF55174 Fridge Freezer - White £129.99 @ Stanley Clearance Bargain store

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Found 4th Nov 2012
Our fridge/freezer went off through the night so called in local Clearance Bargain store (Stanley)
They have approx 8 of these fridge/freezers in for £129.99.

Currently on sale in Argos for £239.99, reduced from £299.99
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Supermod
Also online so I have added the direct link
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magicjay1986

Also online so I have added the direct link


you have added a link too Argos,,,,this is in a Clearance Bargin Store,,,,dunno if thats right though ?
magicjay1986

Also online so I have added the direct link



Whats also online? The item is, but not the price!
Original Poster
the price I have listed is in the Clearance Bargain store,,,,just used the Argos price to show the savings......sorry if I done this wrong.
thevictim1971

the price I have listed is in the Clearance Bargain store,,,,just used … the price I have listed is in the Clearance Bargain store,,,,just used the Argos price to show the savings......sorry if I done this wrong.



You havent done anything wrong. i understood what you meant, the Mod didnt though.
thevictim1971

the price I have listed is in the Clearance Bargain store,,,,just used … the price I have listed is in the Clearance Bargain store,,,,just used the Argos price to show the savings......sorry if I done this wrong.



You should of added Clearance to the title.
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GodVilla

You should of added Clearance to the title.



I chose Clearance Bargains as the "Store" in options,,thought thats all I had to do,,,,as you can see I don`t post stuff very often :o\
Supermod
Sorry guys, I read the last line of the description and whilst sourcing for an image it flagged the one on sale online.

Thanks for the PM, thevictim1971
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magicjay1986

Sorry guys, I read the last line of the description and whilst sourcing … Sorry guys, I read the last line of the description and whilst sourcing for an image it flagged the one on sale online. Thanks for the PM, thevictim1971



Thanks magicjay1986 :o)
Banned
Many thanks for sharing this info. Sorry, but I could not figure out the store contact number to place the order. Would you mind sharing that as well please? Thanks again
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jitsbasson321

Many thanks for sharing this info. Sorry, but I could not figure out the … Many thanks for sharing this info. Sorry, but I could not figure out the store contact number to place the order. Would you mind sharing that as well please? Thanks again



01207 288790
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thevictim1971

01207 288790



Cheers!
I can't find the website for the clearance co, where do I buy it from at this price please? Thanks in advance!
After re-reading I have the just of it!! shame I don't live anywhere near these stores, thanks for the share tho!
Edited by: "heidiyoung26" 4th Nov 2012
Your fridge freezer is usually the highest electricity consumption item in your house. If this isn't A rated it's probably a false economy over time.
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Besford

Your fridge freezer is usually the highest electricity consumption item … Your fridge freezer is usually the highest electricity consumption item in your house. If this isn't A rated it's probably a false economy over time.



Key specifications : Energy efficiency rating: A.Energy consumption: 318kWh per year based on standard test results for 24 hours.

Does that help ?
Besford

Your fridge freezer is usually the highest electricity consumption item … Your fridge freezer is usually the highest electricity consumption item in your house. If this isn't A rated it's probably a false economy over time.



That's not a problem for me. I make a point of not watching mine for any more than around an hour a day.
nice price
Besford

Your fridge freezer is usually the highest electricity consumption item … Your fridge freezer is usually the highest electricity consumption item in your house. If this isn't A rated it's probably a false economy over time.



It's Ok we don't have electric here all is Gas:|
Besford

Your fridge freezer is usually the highest electricity consumption item … Your fridge freezer is usually the highest electricity consumption item in your house. If this isn't A rated it's probably a false economy over time.



No it's not. They use like 10-50W. Your highest electricity consumption would come from electric cookers, fluorescent lights, computers, TV's etc... (Our main TV uses a whopping 150W)

I have a mini fridge and it's meant to use about 117KW in an entire year.Even if your electricity costs a high rate of 18p (Most are around 12p I think), then it would cost £21.06 over the year

I make it a habit of mine to go for energy efficient appliances, but you've got to consider the cost of this fridge/freezer over the cost of getting a fridge that's more efficient. I'd be tempted to google the energy consumption before I bought either device. All my appliances are low energy appliances (Minus the cooking appliances)

Edited by: "waqasahmed" 4th Nov 2012
waqasahmed

No it's not. They use like 10-50W. Your highest electricity consumption … No it's not. They use like 10-50W. Your highest electricity consumption would come from electric cookers, fluorescent lights, computers, TV's etc... (Our main TV uses a whopping 150W)I have a mini fridge and it's meant to use about 117KW in an entire year.Even if your electricity costs a high rate of 18p (Most are around 12p I think), then it would cost £21.06 over the yearI make it a habit of mine to go for energy efficient appliances, but you've got to consider the cost of this fridge/freezer over the cost of getting a fridge that's more efficient. I'd be tempted to google the energy consumption before I bought either device. All my appliances are low energy appliances (Minus the cooking appliances)




If you'd read the thread you'd see that the OP has helpfully stated it's A rated anyway.

Why flourescent lights? They're far more energy efficient than incandescent.

You may be missing the point that your fridge/freezer is on 24/7/365. You'd have to do a lot of cooking to beat that!
It's a great store, always has amazing deals in.
Besford

Your fridge freezer is usually the highest electricity consumption item … Your fridge freezer is usually the highest electricity consumption item in your house. If this isn't A rated it's probably a false economy over time.

Pretty sure in the average UK household, plenty of appliances use more. Central Heating Pump, AV equipment, Tumble Dryer for example. This fridge is about 40% less efficient than an a++ rated fridge. Equating to around £18 more a year. They are Chinese Haier models branded for Argos. Uses less energy than a dishwasher cycle everyday.
czechoslovakia

Pretty sure in the average UK household, plenty of appliances use more. … Pretty sure in the average UK household, plenty of appliances use more. Central Heating Pump, AV equipment, Tumble Dryer for example. This fridge is about 40% less efficient than an a++ rated fridge. Equating to around £18 more a year. They are Chinese Haier models branded for Argos. Uses less energy than a dishwasher cycle everyday.



So which of those do you run 24/7/365 - and WHY?!!!!
Besford

So which of those do you run 24/7/365 - and WHY?!!!!

oO Erm, the compressor in a fridge or freezer doesnt work 24/7. If yours does, buy a new one.
czechoslovakia

oO Erm, the compressor in a fridge or freezer doesnt work 24/7. If yours … oO Erm, the compressor in a fridge or freezer doesnt work 24/7. If yours does, buy a new one.




Proof (but no apology needed, I'll take it as given) :p:

carbonfootprint.com/ene…tml
czechoslovakia

Uses less energy than a dishwasher cycle everyday.



Not true, in fact almost four times as much as a dishwasher: carbonfootprint.com/ene…tml
Edited by: "Besford" 5th Nov 2012
Besford

Proof (but no apology needed, I'll take it as given) … Proof (but no apology needed, I'll take it as given) :p:http://www.carbonfootprint.com/energyconsumption.html

I see physics wasnt your strongest point at school.
Besford

Not true, in fact almost four times as much as a dishwasher: … Not true, in fact almost four times as much as a dishwasher: http://www.carbonfootprint.com/energyconsumption.html

Or maths.

http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/4870250.htm
Bush BSFF55174 Fridge Freezer Key specifications

Energy efficiency rating: A+.
Energy consumption: 252kWh per year = 0.69 kWh/day


Edited by: "czechoslovakia" 7th Nov 2012
czechoslovakia

Or maths.



Do explain!
czechoslovakia

Or maths.



And again.
Besford

And again.



Your link quotes a dishwasher cycle at 1.44kWh
This actual fridge uses 0.69kWh per day
I said the fridge uses less than a dishwasher cycle every day.
Please explain how 0.69 is 4 times more than 1.44?
When I went to school, that was less than half....

Edited by: "czechoslovakia" 7th Nov 2012
Besford

Proof (but no apology needed, I'll take it as given) … Proof (but no apology needed, I'll take it as given) :p:http://www.carbonfootprint.com/energyconsumption.html



The compressor should not work 24/7 unless you live in a hot country like India, still even in India it would only run at most 90% of the time. In the UK it should be around at most 70% preferably much less.
Edited by: "avfcniall" 7th Nov 2012
czechoslovakia

Your link quotes a dishwasher cycle at 1.44kWhThis actual fridge uses … Your link quotes a dishwasher cycle at 1.44kWhThis actual fridge uses 0.69kWh per dayI said the fridge uses less than a dishwasher cycle every day. Please explain how 0.69 is 4 times more than 1.44?When I went to school, that was less than half....




Some people still think the world is flat. I've simply given you a link to one (of many) neutral sites which seem to support my original claim that your fridge freezer has the highest consumption. If you run your dishwasher three times a day and never open your fridge door you are probably right; in the real world you are not.
Original Poster
that site states that people use a dishwashers 135 times a year(on high setting),,,thats less than once every 2 days,,,,an average of 4 people per household makes them having a LOT of plates in a cupboard on even only 2 meals a day,,,and a VERY large dishwasher.....
Nice to see so many of you keeping on topic...
i live in east london, can you guys help me find one?
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