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Posted 7th Jun
Cookology CCF142BK Black Outbuilding Chest Freezer, 142 Litre A+ Rated 73cm wide

Cookology CCF142BK Black Outbuilding Chest FreezerThe average energy use of this Chest Freezer is 190kWh/annum - this means that you would expect to around 8 pence a day (based on an average rate of £0.155 kWh) in electricity when running it continuously, making the CCF142BK Chest Freezer a great money saving refrigerator that allows a family to cheaply store frozen food in a garage or outbuilding and capitalise on special offers or get ready for events such as Christmas without worrying about running out of space.

This Freezer has a 4 star **** Freezer rating. This is because it can maintain a temperature of -18℃ which makes it safe for long term storage of suitable frozen foods.

This chest freezer has a low noise level of just 40 decibels - that's whisper quiet.

The CCF142BK comes in Black (white version also available) and features a textured aluminium interior lining, a basket and a defrosting drainage valve so if you're cleaning or defrosting the freezer, any melted water simply pours out of the drainage valve on the front, reducing mess.

The SN-T Climate Class rating makes this Chest Freezer suitable for an outbuilding as cold as 10ºC and as hot as 43ºC.

Lastly, in the event of a power cut - the CCF142WH should keep your food frozen for 35 hours, giving you peace of mind.



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Freezer Compartment:

  • Freezing Capacity: 6.5kg/24 hours
  • Max Storage time by Power Failure: 35 hours
  • Net Capacity: 142 Litres
  • 1 basket
  • 4 Star Rating: ****
  • Ice scraper
  • Manual Defrost
  • Aluminium Textured Interior

Performance:

  • Energy Rating: A+
  • Energy Consumption per Year: 190kWh/year
  • 0.52 kWh/24 hours
  • Noise Level: 40 dB
  • Freezer Rating: 4 Star **** (safe for long term storage of suitable frozen food)

Technical:

  • Number of Compressors: 1
  • Temperature Range: <-18℃
  • Climate Class: SN-T (10-43ºC) - Suitable for outbuildings between these temperature ranges
  • Kind of Coolant: R600a, 46g
  • Cyclopentane
  • Certifications: CE Certified
  • Voltage / Frequency: 220-240V / 50Hz
  • Rated Current: 0.89A
  • Power Cord with UK Plug
  • Door Opens up

Dimensions:

  • Height: 850mm
  • Width: 730mm
  • Depth: 523mm
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COLD.... Just be aware that although this is advertised as an "outbuilding chest freezer" it probably won't properly in the UK climate during the winter months.
  • Climate Class: SN-T (10-43ºC) - Suitable for outbuildings between these temperature ranges
Which means that in the typical garage or shed in the UK where we often can see temperatures below 10ºC, the freezer will actually thaw. Yeah sounds strange but it true. The Logik L200CFB18 is rated to run down to -15ºC and with a capacity of 199 litre @ £179.00 or the L142CFW17 capacity 139 Litre @ £149 are better and safer deals.
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COLD.... Just be aware that although this is advertised as an "outbuilding chest freezer" it probably won't properly in the UK climate during the winter months.
  • Climate Class: SN-T (10-43ºC) - Suitable for outbuildings between these temperature ranges
Which means that in the typical garage or shed in the UK where we often can see temperatures below 10ºC, the freezer will actually thaw. Yeah sounds strange but it true. The Logik L200CFB18 is rated to run down to -15ºC and with a capacity of 199 litre @ £179.00 or the L142CFW17 capacity 139 Litre @ £149 are better and safer deals.
deleted21624207/06/2019 12:24

COLD.... Just be aware that although this is advertised as an "outbuilding …COLD.... Just be aware that although this is advertised as an "outbuilding chest freezer" it probably won't properly in the UK climate during the winter months. Climate Class: SN-T (10-43ºC) - Suitable for outbuildings between these temperature rangesWhich means that in the typical garage or shed in the UK where we often can see temperatures below 10ºC, the freezer will actually thaw. Yeah sounds strange but it true. The Logik L200CFB18 is rated to run down to -15ºC and with a capacity of 199 litre @ £179.00 or the L142CFW17 capacity 139 Litre @ £149 are better and safer deals.



wheres those prices from HArley?
J113507/06/2019 12:58

wheres those prices from HArley?


I’m pretty sure Logik is Currys/Dixons own brand , HTH helps .
deleted21624207/06/2019 12:24

COLD.... Just be aware that although this is advertised as an "outbuilding …COLD.... Just be aware that although this is advertised as an "outbuilding chest freezer" it probably won't properly in the UK climate during the winter months. Climate Class: SN-T (10-43ºC) - Suitable for outbuildings between these temperature rangesWhich means that in the typical garage or shed in the UK where we often can see temperatures below 10ºC, the freezer will actually thaw. Yeah sounds strange but it true. The Logik L200CFB18 is rated to run down to -15ºC and with a capacity of 199 litre @ £179.00 or the L142CFW17 capacity 139 Litre @ £149 are better and safer deals.


10 to -43, I think we’ll be fine
lucas07/06/2019 13:26

10 to -43, I think we’ll be fine


I think it's 10-43 not 10 to -43
SN-T class 'outbuilding as cold as 10ºC' - making it unsuitable for outbuildings in the UK for probably half of the year. From Nov through to May the temperatures will be on average below 10C for a good portion of the day/night.
deleted21624207/06/2019 12:24

COLD.... Just be aware that although this is advertised as an "outbuilding …COLD.... Just be aware that although this is advertised as an "outbuilding chest freezer" it probably won't properly in the UK climate during the winter months. Climate Class: SN-T (10-43ºC) - Suitable for outbuildings between these temperature rangesWhich means that in the typical garage or shed in the UK where we often can see temperatures below 10ºC, the freezer will actually thaw. Yeah sounds strange but it true. The Logik L200CFB18 is rated to run down to -15ºC and with a capacity of 199 litre @ £179.00 or the L142CFW17 capacity 139 Litre @ £149 are better and safer deals.



Both those freezers are rated at Climate Class SN-T as well (Optimum ambient temperature range10 - 43°C) - although they claim Winter Security -15C ---- one of those is wrong!
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J113507/06/2019 12:58

wheres those prices from HArley?


I looked around and found these prices at Currys and one or two others retailers.
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jhw07/06/2019 14:05

Both those freezers are rated at Climate Class SN-T as well (Optimum …Both those freezers are rated at Climate Class SN-T as well (Optimum ambient temperature range10 - 43°C) - although they claim Winter Security -15C ---- one of those is wrong!


No not wrong really. The class is for the intended use (For optimum energy efficiency the unit should be located within an average room temperature of between 10°C and 43°C) This doesn't mean it will not work and thaw, it will just use more electricity to maintain the -18°C inside of the freezer. These makes that also claim it also has a minimum -15 is usually because in the design they place the compresser unit further inside of the casing so that the internal temp of the working end protects the refrigeration process. So they continue to work but at a higher cost of energy usage. That's a bit different to not being able to maintain the internal -18.
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NAZ1707/06/2019 13:03

I’m pretty sure Logik is Currys/Dixons own brand , HTH helps .


BEKO are also known to do the best true outbuilding freezers. "Minimum ambient temperature required for satisfactory operation down to -15°C" in the specifications.
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fleetingmind07/06/2019 13:51

I think it's 10-43 not 10 to -43


Correct (10-43ºC) ...I don't think we would need freezers at -43
deleted21624207/06/2019 15:54

No not wrong really. The class is for the intended use (For optimum …No not wrong really. The class is for the intended use (For optimum energy efficiency the unit should be located within an average room temperature of between 10°C and 43°C) This doesn't mean it will not work and thaw, it will just use more electricity to maintain the -18°C inside of the freezer. These makes that also claim it also has a minimum -15 is usually because in the design they place the compresser unit further inside of the casing so that the internal temp of the working end protects the refrigeration process. So they continue to work but at a higher cost of energy usage. That's a bit different to not being able to maintain the internal -18.


Interesting thanks.

We moved in Nov and our chest freezer has not survived the move. The store room it's now in is brick built, no windows and joins to house but a bottle of wine will be cold in there.
Was looking at a Russell Hobbs one with 5 year warranty (10-43).
Am I better off getting one that goes lower? Thanks
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fleetingmind07/06/2019 20:51

Interesting thanks.We moved in Nov and our chest freezer has not survived …Interesting thanks.We moved in Nov and our chest freezer has not survived the move. The store room it's now in is brick built, no windows and joins to house but a bottle of wine will be cold in there. Was looking at a Russell Hobbs one with 5 year warranty (10-43).Am I better off getting one that goes lower? Thanks


I would say that going for a model that actually states that it can function perfectly at down to -15 would not give the manufacterers a get out clause if it fails. Getting one that one that only quotes the standard climate range 10-43, would give them a good reason to void the warranty if a freezer fails in a colder than 10 degrees environment. My son's failed in a kitchen with no radiators during a bad winter and inside the in the1st year of warranty. That was an expensive trip to the tip.
deleted21624207/06/2019 12:24

COLD.... Just be aware that although this is advertised as an "outbuilding …COLD.... Just be aware that although this is advertised as an "outbuilding chest freezer" it probably won't properly in the UK climate during the winter months. Climate Class: SN-T (10-43ºC) - Suitable for outbuildings between these temperature rangesWhich means that in the typical garage or shed in the UK where we often can see temperatures below 10ºC, the freezer will actually thaw. Yeah sounds strange but it true. The Logik L200CFB18 is rated to run down to -15ºC and with a capacity of 199 litre @ £179.00 or the L142CFW17 capacity 139 Litre @ £149 are better and safer deals.


Why don't people who work in shops selling these things ever know a fraction of what you just said? It never ceases to amaze me how I almost always know more about almost every product I ever purchase than the places that sell the things. I would personally be embarrassed if someone asked me a question about something I was paid to sell that I knew almost nothing about. Anyway, rant over. Thanks for passing on your knowledge
deleted21624208/06/2019 00:12

I would say that going for a model that actually states that it can …I would say that going for a model that actually states that it can function perfectly at down to -15 would not give the manufacterers a get out clause if it fails. Getting one that one that only quotes the standard climate range 10-43, would give them a good reason to void the warranty if a freezer fails in a colder than 10 degrees environment. My son's failed in a kitchen with no radiators during a bad winter and inside the in the1st year of warranty. That was an expensive trip to the tip.


I really appreciate your advice - thank you. Pity there aren't too many that go down to -15. I don't have too much faith in Curry's/Logik.
fleetingmind08/06/2019 06:44

I really appreciate your advice - thank you. Pity there aren't too many …I really appreciate your advice - thank you. Pity there aren't too many that go down to -15. I don't have too much faith in Curry's/Logik.


I got the Logik 199L one and has been in the garage since I bought it. Survived a bad winter without any trouble. Decent amount of space in it too.

Got their oven too as ours broken and needed one urgently and it was super cheap, and it is way better than the branded one it replaced.

Have their washing machine (the one that is pretty much a worst buy from Which) and it has been faultless. It was a gift though but I would definitely consider their brand.

They even scraped the freezer bringing it into the garage and gave me an extra 30 quid off, not that I cared about a scrape with it being kept in the garage.

They get a bad rep but our local Curry's PCW is pretty decent.
Please dont put this in an out building if anyone buys it

The temp range is suited to indoors only and given the temperature of our winters the compressor will fail and you will loose everything
This is false advertising to say its suitable for an outbuilding
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Dekard9708/06/2019 05:15

Why don't people who work in shops selling these things ever know a … Why don't people who work in shops selling these things ever know a fraction of what you just said? It never ceases to amaze me how I almost always know more about almost every product I ever purchase than the places that sell the things. I would personally be embarrassed if someone asked me a question about something I was paid to sell that I knew almost nothing about. Anyway, rant over. Thanks for passing on your knowledge


No problem.i get a lot of sport out of asking the shops technical advisors questions then telling them to stop bulls**tting me just to get a sale...
deleted21624208/06/2019 17:21

No problem.i get a lot of sport out of asking the shops technical advisors …No problem.i get a lot of sport out of asking the shops technical advisors questions then telling them to stop bulls**tting me just to get a sale...


I was looking at a new bicycle the other day in the shop, when a guy walks over and starts talking like he was the authority on bikes (I'm not an authority by the way) and starts telling me all the spiel of how good it was compared to my existing bike. He said how amazing the Ultegra group set was on it. Then I told him that I had full Dura-Ace on my bike, and he said, Dura-Ace is good, but that Ultegra was higher rated than Dura-Ace. All nonsense of course. I don't think he was lying, just totally clueless as usual. It happens all the time in almost every aspect of retail. I guess it's a combination of laziness and lack interest in the job they do. But also poor management. I think it's all symptomatic of the apathy of society in general, and it affects almost every industry and public sector, not just retail. We seeing the gradual phasing out of the professional too. I had to explain to a Dr once that the medications she had given me were not suitable to mix together, and explain why. She even thanked me for letting her know!
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