HOOVER CFH307AWK 295 litre chest freezer with 2 yr guarantee £199 @ john lewis
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HOOVER CFH307AWK 295 litre chest freezer with 2 yr guarantee £199 @ john lewis

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Found 30th Oct 2016Made hot 30th Oct 2016
John Lewis are selling this @ £199 where as its £299 at other retailers. seems like very good value for the size. free uk delivery. to add installation/disposal for this freezer you have to order via the call centre as those can't be applied online. spec/blurb below:

Product information

The spacious HOOVER CFH307AWK chest freezer is ideal if you're looking for some extra food storage space for your frozen goods. Boasting an impressive A+ for energy, this model both efficient and environmentally responsible.

Convenient to Use

With an extra large 295 litre capacity, this Hoover chest freezer will be a handy extra addition to support your household. Simple and easy to access the CFH307AWK makes it easy for you to find what you're looking for. Thanks to the secure lock, you can relax knowing that your food is safely stored at all times.

High Temperature Warning Light
Should the temperature in your freezer start to rise, the high temperature warning light will alert you. This means you don't have to worry about monitoring the freezer's temperature yourself, as that is already conveniently taken care of. This appliance also features an adjustable thermostat for added convenience.
24 Hour Freezing Capacity Information
14kg Average annual energy cost Information £26.80
Dimensions H85cm x W111.5cm x D67cm
Energy Rating Information A+
Estimated Annual Energy Consumption Information 268kWh/year
Model name / number CFH307AWK
Net storage (freezer) Information 295L
Noise Level Information 42dB
Power Cut Safe Time Information 34hrs
Temperature warning light Information YES
Type Freestanding

19 Comments

Good deal but I think I will struggle getting that up and down the stairs. I am going to stick with a Dyson

Manual defrost

Not a bad price though.

Good price, only problem with big chest freezers the food at the bottom probably won't see the light of day for 20 years

would have bought this but can't be used in outbuildings

christyleechant

would have bought this but can't be used in outbuildings



Why?

yes I've had this problem. apparently it's to do with the thermostat levels. alot of freezers switch off when the outdoor temperature drops to 5 deg so all food defrosts. please check before you buy any freezer that you intend to put in a shed or garage.

pennyfarthing88

Manual defrost :(Not a bad price though.


Who is this "Manuel De Frost" and is he from Barcelona, Que?

It's reduced for a reason: 1) Manual defrost 2) Not worthy of Outbuilding

Most people have one of these for specific use as an overspill for their frozen items in a garage etc.

This is as much use as a Hoover chocolate fireguard

why do people buy more than they need, si they can take it home and pay to keep it?

why not just leave it in the shop until you need it, saving both space and money?

themadgoose

why do people buy more than they need, si they can take it home and pay … why do people buy more than they need, si they can take it home and pay to keep it?why not just leave it in the shop until you need it, saving both space and money?



To take advantage of certain offers/deals in store???

yeah food at bottom is a bind

Gtek

Good deal but I think I will struggle getting that up and down the … Good deal but I think I will struggle getting that up and down the stairs. I am going to stick with a Dyson



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Banned

great saving on this if you have use for it

"Boasting an impressive A+ for energy, " - which is the minimum they have had to comply with since 2012, so not exactly "impressive".

therealclaireh

Good price, only problem with big chest freezers the food at the bottom … Good price, only problem with big chest freezers the food at the bottom probably won't see the light of day for 20 years



So true.

I see a lot of big chests when I go in John Lewis but call me a snob, they all look a bit old and grey for my liking.

themadgoose

why do people buy more than they need, si they can take it home and pay … why do people buy more than they need, si they can take it home and pay to keep it?why not just leave it in the shop until you need it, saving both space and money?


Why assume people are using it to store bought food.
Plenty of people preserve home-grown/foraged produce so they then don't have to buy it in the shops.

supermann

I see a lot of big chests when I go in John Lewis but call me a snob, … I see a lot of big chests when I go in John Lewis but call me a snob, they all look a bit old and grey for my liking.



Snob

Raggo_84

To take advantage of certain offers/deals in store???



Or maybe they don't live within walking distance of a supermarket.

My local is 20 miles away.
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