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Igloo Beverage Fridge £56.92 Delivered @ Tesco Direct
Igloo Beverage Fridge £56.92 Delivered @ Tesco Direct

Igloo Beverage Fridge £56.92 Delivered @ Tesco Direct

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The Igloo beverage fridge includes 1 shelf and can hold up 45 cans. The fridge has a 'B' energy efficiency rating with 125kwh/year energy consumption. The fridge has a black finish with temperature control and adjustable legs.

Auto Defrost No
Bottle Rack Yes
Built in Anti Bacterial Protection No
Chilled Food Compartment No
Chiller Zone No
Colour Black
Dairy Compartment No
Digital Display No
Egg Tray No
Energy Consumption kWh Per Year 125kWh/year
Extra Deep Door Storage No
Fast Freeze Facility No
Features of Product 52 L Storage capacity. Holds upto 45 cans. Compressor cooling. Flush back design. Temparature control. Adjustable legs
Frost Free No
Glass Shelves No
Ice Cube Tray No
Ice Dispenser No
Light No
Open Door Alert No
Product Depth 49.5 cm
Product Height 47 cm
Product Weight 20
Product Weight Units kg
Product Width 48 cm
Salad Drawers No
Water Dispenser No
Wine or Bottle Rack No


On promotion with free delivery - discount taken off at last stage (payment)
£56.92 delivered!

- hanlapoo

Use discount code TDX-MAT4 to reduce this to £51.92

- holnwob

39 Comments

Awesome price for one of these.

Wont let me order to store, home delivery only at a cost of £5.00. So title should be updated to £61.92.

maybe someone can show me this make and model somewhere else to compare the price? otherwise this is cheapest as its only tesco that sale it

Original Poster

rawson

Wont let me order to store, home delivery only at a cost of £5.00. So … Wont let me order to store, home delivery only at a cost of £5.00. So title should be updated to £61.92.



Updated!

Will cost you £12.50 (ish) per year in electricity to keep your beer cold in one of these. (doubt anyone cares but hey)

Dechilo

Will cost you £12.50 (ish) per year in electricity to keep your beer cold … Will cost you £12.50 (ish) per year in electricity to keep your beer cold in one of these. (doubt anyone cares but hey)



Or in other words 3p a day...





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Edited by: "Lakeside" 21st Feb 2011

jayjayuk1234

maybe someone can show me this make and model somewhere else to compare … maybe someone can show me this make and model somewhere else to compare the price? otherwise this is cheapest as its only tesco that sale it

I imagine it's very similar to all the others - just check the volume is comparable. At least it hasn't got indelible branding all over it.

Dechilo

Will cost you £12.50 (ish) per year in electricity to keep your beer cold … Will cost you £12.50 (ish) per year in electricity to keep your beer cold in one of these. (doubt anyone cares but hey)

~10p a unit for electricity? Who's your supplier?

mamboboy

At this size it'll be pretty damn noisy... so a word of warning to those … At this size it'll be pretty damn noisy... so a word of warning to those thinking about having it for a bedroom

Same as any other compressor fridge really.

pibpob

Same as any other compressor fridge really.



My girlfriend has a Husky budweiser one and thats not too loud to sleep with, don't know if it compares with sound. Makes a noise every few hours but its barely noticeable

Has been this price for weeks - was going to purchase this cooler in January but held off. Still uncertain after reading mixed reviews.

I have one and they make barely any noise.
The temperature goes cold enough to even freeze on some occasions.

Great find. Thank-you for posting...!

golemsmate

My girlfriend has a Husky budweiser one and thats not too loud to sleep … My girlfriend has a Husky budweiser one and thats not too loud to sleep with,


Kinky!!!

Suck3rpunch

I have one and they make barely any noise.The temperature goes cold … I have one and they make barely any noise.The temperature goes cold enough to even freeze on some occasions.



sounds better than the Husky ones then..

People have beer fridges in their bedrooms?

Are you all students? Or Americans?

toneer

sounds better than the Husky ones then..

Well it all depends on the ambient temperature.

Good price for a Husky alternative. I have a Husky wine fridge (non logoed one) similar to this and cost more than this one so voted hot

This is on promotion with free delivery (see below)! Discount is taken off at last stage (payment) - can confirm it is £56.92 delivered! Bargain - just ordered one for the boyfriend for his 'man cave'

Order Details
Your order: Large item courier
Delivery slot: 25/02/2011 8:00am - 6:00pm

Product Price
Subtotal £56.92
1 x Igloo Beverage fridge £56.92

Delivery
Description Price
Total delivery charge for this order is £5.00
Subtotal after delivery for this order is £61.92

Discounts & promotions
Description Amount
Free Delivery for this order is -£5.00
Subtotal after discounts for this order is £56.92

Edited by: "hanlapoo" 22nd Feb 2011

Can flush_the_hamste or a mod edit the title?

Original Poster

hanlapoo

Can flush_the_hamste or a mod edit the title?



Done!

p.s. I hate the way it cut of the last 'r' on my username :-(

Brill! Thanks X)

Dechilo

Will cost you £12.50 (ish) per year in electricity to keep your beer cold … Will cost you £12.50 (ish) per year in electricity to keep your beer cold in one of these. (doubt anyone cares but hey)



Is this true? Just wondering if getting one of these is going to send my mum crazy about the price of running it alongside the fridge downstairs.

Thanks

Just over a quid a month to run and some are whinging about that? jesuz!

Can anyone who has this tell me how loud it is? Really want it for my bedroom but I'm a really light sleeper and my room isn't that big so I'll be sleeping pretty close to it

Lakeside

Or in other words 3p a day....



Or in other words 0.3p per day per beer

ordered 1 at £56.92 inc. delivery, Thank you!!

TMelt

Can anyone who has this tell me how loud it is? Really want it for my … Can anyone who has this tell me how loud it is? Really want it for my bedroom but I'm a really light sleeper and my room isn't that big so I'll be sleeping pretty close to it

Just think normal fridge. If you can sleep through that, you'll sleep through this.

want it but dont really need it in the slightest.

guv

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I was going to reply with "Troll"

An hour and a half later, I got it

sweeten16

want it but dont really need it in the slightest.



snap, think im going to get it anyway, not like its not going to come in useful. may enhance my life beyond my wildest dreams

Took the plunge, Cheers Op

£51.92 delivered

Less £1.12 (Clubcard points earned: 112)
Less 5% Quidco £2.42


Edited by: "Arbk66" 23rd Feb 2011

Arbk66

Took the plunge, Cheers Op£51.92 deliveredLess £1.12 (Clubcard points e … Took the plunge, Cheers Op£51.92 deliveredLess £1.12 (Clubcard points earned: 112)Less 5% Quidco £?


Well you only thought you got a bargain. If you'd have entered code TDX-KGW7 you'd have got an additional 500 points on top of the 112 making a grand total of 612. That code is worth 15quid alone.

*cobra*

Well you only thought you got a bargain. If you'd have entered code … Well you only thought you got a bargain. If you'd have entered code TDX-KGW7 you'd have got an additional 500 points on top of the 112 making a grand total of 612. That code is worth 15quid alone.



Lol, what kind of comment is that...apart from misinformed, jeez some folk.

No I couldn't enter your code, its valid for 1 day only, Feb 27th, I bought on Feb 22nd (You should have read your moneysavingexpert flyer more carefully instead of diving in eager to make an @ss of yourself.

Secondly, if I could have entered your code, I would have got £5 as your Tesco code, that I couldn't use, is for £5, its only worth £15 should you opt to convert to Tesco deals..

*cue tumbleweed*


Well may I suggest you read the promo before you rant off. It expires on the 27th yes, but the code is currently valid and can be used right now. Yes and even on the 22nd when you made the purchase. So the laugh is on you...LOL

J Elmer...

Added to Ignore.
Edited by: "Arbk66" 23rd Feb 2011

Expired, back to £91.92.

Anyone got their's yet?

My fridge arrived this morning! Boyfriend is pleased with it

Same here, arrived Friday morning, yet to unbox it.
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