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Fridgemaster MCF95 Chest Freezer - White - A+ Rated at ao.com for £139
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Fridgemaster MCF95 Chest Freezer - White - A+ Rated at ao.com for £139

£139.89ao.com Deals
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Posted 10th May
Key Features

95 litre capacity - holds 5 bags of food shopping
Manual defrost needed
Efficient A+ energy rating
Works at room temperatures as low as -15 degrees
Dimensions (cm) - H84.2 x W53.6 x D55.7
Product Overview

Keep your favourite frozen foods in the best conditions with this Fridgemaster chest freezer. With a 95 litre capacity, it can hold 5 bags of food shopping, making it ideal for smaller households. To keep it working at its best, it’ll need manually defrosting every so often to prevent ice building-up inside. This is an economical model too, as its efficient A+ energy rating is kind to both the environment and your utility bills. It also has a fantastic Winter Guard feature, which means it will continue to run brilliantly in temperatures as low as -15 degrees, making it perfect for chilly garages and outbuildings.
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Bought. This will assist my panic buying. I’m going to fill it with Andrex.
It’s not all about panic buying!! some people have a 3 drawer freezer which is not enough for a 5 member family.
10% off and Free allocated time slot delivery for NHS workers.
We've had a three-drawer freezer in the kitchen and a back-up chest freezer in the shed for years, it's a system that works really well. When you're defrosting one of the freezers you can stick everything into the other one.
mine arrived this morning, sadly returning, as shelf at the bottom to hide the cylinder which limits your space , cable very short , it's in my garage next to the tumbler dryer and I have had to use extention lead ... suppose to hold 5 bags of shopping, hmmm
Got mine this morning, agree with short cable But lucky it reached the socket,
Don’t see the point in buying a non frost free freezer. They’re a nightmare and not worth the hassle
danielwhicks10/05/2020 13:14

Don’t see the point in buying a non frost free freezer. They’re a nig …Don’t see the point in buying a non frost free freezer. They’re a nightmare and not worth the hassle


What would you recommend? Links please?
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danielwhicks10/05/2020 13:14

Don’t see the point in buying a non frost free freezer. They’re a nig …Don’t see the point in buying a non frost free freezer. They’re a nightmare and not worth the hassle



genuine question: can you find a frost free chest freezer which can be kept in an outhouse/garage for this price point?...and thats also in stock.
Edited by: "cr31" 10th May
cr3110/05/2020 13:54

genuine question: can you find a frost free chest freezer which can be …genuine question: can you find a frost free chest freezer which can be kept in an outhouse/garage for this price point?...and thats also in stock.


The best option for a garage (imo) is to get a used fridge-freezer off gumtree or wherever, easy to find one with a bigger freezer capacity than the one in this deal. It will use a bit more electricity but it's a fraction of the outlay, frost-free, and gives you extra fridge space which can be really handy at Christmas, etc.
cr3110/05/2020 13:54

genuine question: can you find a frost free chest freezer which can be …genuine question: can you find a frost free chest freezer which can be kept in an outhouse/garage for this price point?...and thats also in stock.


Look for second hand on facebay or ebay and try confactless collection some may even offer to deliver. It’s just an idea, but freezers that frost up are a pain and if you’re opening and closing them a lot it’s going to frost up quick! Second hand for your garage doesn’t exactly matter plus it’s more eco friendly to buy second hand.

I’m beginning to sound like some ECO warrior

You get the idea
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