Hisense RB320D4WW1 Fridge Freezer + Water Dispenser £199.99 @ Argos
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Hisense RB320D4WW1 Fridge Freezer + Water Dispenser £199.99 @ Argos

£199.99Argos Deals
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Found 12th Jan
Cheapest I can find online and a great deal when compared to other places online. You can also get it in Black or Silver for another thirty pound.
Overview:

  • Size H175, W55.4, D56.2cm.
  • Net fresh food storage volume 149 litres.
  • Net frozen food storage volume 97 litres.
  • Reversible door.
  • Manufacturer's 2 year guarantee.
Performance:

  • Energy efficiency rating: A+.
  • Energy consumption: 265kWh per year based on standard test results for 24 hours.
  • Operating temperature 16 to 38°C.
  • Noise level 40dB.
  • Star rating: 4.
Fridge specifications:

  • 3 shelves (safety glass).
  • 1 salad crisper compartment.
  • 1 vegetable compartment.
  • Non plumbed water dispenser.
  • Bottle holder.
Freezer specifications:

  • 4 storage compartments.
  • Larger storage capacity.
  • 12 hours power failure safe storage.
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Is it 4k ?
morrig1 h, 24 m ago

Sorry but don't bring Grenfall in to this, it was the plastic crap on the …Sorry but don't bring Grenfall in to this, it was the plastic crap on the outside that caused the disaster, normally that one flat fire would have been contained and no one hurt, with no story . It is very rare for them to go on fire, the washer dryers are potentially more dangerous if the lint build up is not cleared.




The "plastic crap" on the outside did not cause the fire. It was caused by a Hotpoint fridge/freezer bbc.co.uk/new…234 with a flammable plastic back, like this deal.
The cladding (plastic crap) then caused the fire to spread with catastrophic consequences.

Is it worth the risk.
As the owner of a fridge with a water dispenser (different make to this one but what I’m about to say still applies), seriously consider if you need a water dispenser.

We bought one thinking it would be all nice to have cold water on tap, but we never user use it and having it is a complete waste of fridge space.

Maybe if you live somewhere hotter, but in the UK it’s a pointless gimmick.

Once filled, the water cools and is nice, but within a day any water not used gets that ‘old water’ taste. You therefore really need to drain it and refill it every day. And if you do that, and then don’t remember/use it, then you wasted your time.

If you don’t use it for a while you obviously have to clean it all before you can next use it as you’ve had old water sat there. Yes, it’s cooled so may not grow nasties, but as careful as we are we always manage to get a crumb, dust, or other, floating around in it.

With hindsight I would never have bought a fridge with a water cooler. Too much maintenance involved. Just fill a bottle and put that in there - Cold water. None of the hassle or wasted fridge door space.

IMO permanent fridge door space is worth much, much more than the very occasional glass of cold water.
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I prefer it in white so nice clean and contemporary
"Non-plumbed water dispenser" - Just remember to fill it up every night!
shame the black not same price :-(
Is it 4k ?
I'm a bit of a hisence fan after my 60 inch tv which is on around the clock and never skippewd a beat/I don't need a new fridge but always wanted a water dispenser
Avoid.
Risk of fire.
Plastic backing plate
These devices should be banned after the dreadful Grenfell Tower tragedy.
Sorry but don't bring Grenfall in to this, it was the plastic crap on the outside that caused the disaster, normally that one flat fire would have been contained and no one hurt, with no story .
It is very rare for them to go on fire, the washer dryers are potentially more dangerous if the lint build up is not cleared.
With a smoke detector you should be able to realistically react and contain a fridge fire in most circumstances, I get the feeling a lot of fires barely get faught and people just run off whilst the risk is still very low yet chance to contain is high.
Edited by: "dezontk" 12th Jan
Cheap plastic backed rubbish. Pretty sure they will bring in legislation to stop making these, and with good reason.
morrig1 h, 24 m ago

Sorry but don't bring Grenfall in to this, it was the plastic crap on the …Sorry but don't bring Grenfall in to this, it was the plastic crap on the outside that caused the disaster, normally that one flat fire would have been contained and no one hurt, with no story . It is very rare for them to go on fire, the washer dryers are potentially more dangerous if the lint build up is not cleared.




The "plastic crap" on the outside did not cause the fire. It was caused by a Hotpoint fridge/freezer bbc.co.uk/new…234 with a flammable plastic back, like this deal.
The cladding (plastic crap) then caused the fire to spread with catastrophic consequences.

Is it worth the risk.
Hopefully Hisense will be hit with some lawsuits soon. They are after all pretty much a branch of the Chinese government and we all know how keen the Chinese are on copying things.
Not to mention that it's only a 55cm wide unit.
tallpete332 h, 43 m ago

Is it 4k ?


I literally typed that exact comment earlier, but my phone rang before I got to submit it
gets 37% on Which
As the owner of a fridge with a water dispenser (different make to this one but what I’m about to say still applies), seriously consider if you need a water dispenser.

We bought one thinking it would be all nice to have cold water on tap, but we never user use it and having it is a complete waste of fridge space.

Maybe if you live somewhere hotter, but in the UK it’s a pointless gimmick.

Once filled, the water cools and is nice, but within a day any water not used gets that ‘old water’ taste. You therefore really need to drain it and refill it every day. And if you do that, and then don’t remember/use it, then you wasted your time.

If you don’t use it for a while you obviously have to clean it all before you can next use it as you’ve had old water sat there. Yes, it’s cooled so may not grow nasties, but as careful as we are we always manage to get a crumb, dust, or other, floating around in it.

With hindsight I would never have bought a fridge with a water cooler. Too much maintenance involved. Just fill a bottle and put that in there - Cold water. None of the hassle or wasted fridge door space.

IMO permanent fridge door space is worth much, much more than the very occasional glass of cold water.
oli_wal7 m ago

As the owner of a fridge with a water dispenser (different make to this …As the owner of a fridge with a water dispenser (different make to this one but what I’m about to say still applies), seriously consider if you need a water dispenser. We bought one thinking it would be all nice to have cold water on tap, but we never user use it and having it is a complete waste of fridge space. Maybe if you live somewhere hotter, but in the UK it’s a pointless gimmick.Once filled, the water cools and is nice, but within a day any water not used gets that ‘old water’ taste. You therefore really need to drain it and refill it every day. And if you do that, and then don’t remember/use it, then you wasted your time. If you don’t use it for a while you obviously have to clean it all before you can next use it as you’ve had old water sat there. Yes, it’s cooled so may not grow nasties, but as careful as we are we always manage to get a crumb, dust, or other, floating around in it. With hindsight I would never have bought a fridge with a water cooler. Too much maintenance involved. Just fill a bottle and put that in there - Cold water. None of the hassle or wasted fridge door space. IMO permanent fridge door space is worth much, much more than the very occasional glass of cold water.




I use two of these, water stays fresh tastings for ages, all good. hotukdeals.com/dea…186
Edited by: "deany76" 12th Jan
No metal back not a great start and those water dispensers - i thought it was a great idea when i got my FF but they go all fungusy within weeks of install and the water eventually tastes foul you need to change it every day - fungus gets right into the dispenser nozzle so you have to gie it a good howk wie a thin pipecleaner so just a gimmick that disny work!
These water dispensers just take up too much fridge space, so glad when my fridge died so I could get one without it, pointless gimmick
supermann17 h, 11 m ago

Hopefully Hisense will be hit with some lawsuits soon. They are after all …Hopefully Hisense will be hit with some lawsuits soon. They are after all pretty much a branch of the Chinese government and we all know how keen the Chinese are on copying things.


Where to start with this silliness...
deany7621 h, 7 m ago

Avoid. Risk of fire. Plastic backing plateThese devices should be banned …Avoid. Risk of fire. Plastic backing plateThese devices should be banned after the dreadful Grenfell Tower tragedy.


Heat added
oli_wal21 h, 33 m ago

As the owner of a fridge with a water dispenser (different make to this …As the owner of a fridge with a water dispenser (different make to this one but what I’m about to say still applies), seriously consider if you need a water dispenser. We bought one thinking it would be all nice to have cold water on tap, but we never user use it and having it is a complete waste of fridge space. Maybe if you live somewhere hotter, but in the UK it’s a pointless gimmick.Once filled, the water cools and is nice, but within a day any water not used gets that ‘old water’ taste. You therefore really need to drain it and refill it every day. And if you do that, and then don’t remember/use it, then you wasted your time. If you don’t use it for a while you obviously have to clean it all before you can next use it as you’ve had old water sat there. Yes, it’s cooled so may not grow nasties, but as careful as we are we always manage to get a crumb, dust, or other, floating around in it. With hindsight I would never have bought a fridge with a water cooler. Too much maintenance involved. Just fill a bottle and put that in there - Cold water. None of the hassle or wasted fridge door space. IMO permanent fridge door space is worth much, much more than the very occasional glass of cold water.


My water dispenser integrates quite nicely barely wasting any fridge space. Also uses the water to make ice. Obviously not at this price point though
meinnnit10 h, 30 m ago

Where to start with this silliness...


Also imagine operating in China and being sued by what is effectively an arm of the Chinese government. But then you have to wonder why they're really doing this. Could it be to get back at Sharp for the lawsuit they launched against Hisense in the US over, among other things, how shoddily made their products are?

bbc.co.uk/new…908
Edited by: "supermann" 13th Jan
Nice!
Cool deal.
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