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LG GBB62PZGFN 60cm A+++ Frost Free Fridge Freezer – Stainless Steel - £599.99 (With Code) @ Appliance City
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LG GBB62PZGFN 60cm A+++ Frost Free Fridge Freezer – Stainless Steel - £599.99 (With Code) @ Appliance City

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Posted 3rd Dec 2019

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This LG fridge freezer is A+++ rated so very energy efficient (193kwh a year) and is the which best buy. Most fridge deals that get posted are for ones which typically have much higher running costs. This isn't the cheapest one going but it's very well made and is hard to beat for running costs for a fridge of this size.

I particularly like that it has two drawers in the fridge for zoning types of food in the best environment. The included bottle rack will be useful as well. The which review states that it cools very quickly compared to the competition and maintains it's temperature for a long time if you suffer a power cut.

I believe this to be the cheapest it's been and is usually priced between 679 and 729, originally launching at the 800 mark.

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It's the best price for this at present so I voted hot.

However, I am not sure I'd be buying a fridge with the running costs as a major consideration, compared to other factors such as capacity, fridge/freezer split and so on. I see that as more of a bonus.
Yeah it's far bigger than I need but it's cheaper to run than the smaller ones and those all tend to have tiny freezers with not enough capacity as well. It's the cooling performance that I think won this one the best buy award and as you said the running costs are a bonus on top.
Is the width same as standard fridge freezer
Code now SALE50
horizon-in03/12/2019 23:53

Is the width same as standard fridge freezer


It's 595mm wide which I think it about standard, obviously measure the gap you're planning on putting it in before buying!
We have the one draw version, otherwise its exactly the same and I can heartily recommend it. Frost free freezer, temperatures are accurate, quiet and cost effective to run. Worth the money.
Purchased, great energy saving is a nice bonus most of my white goods are now A+++
Mine got delivered at 7:20am yesterday

An ungodly time.

Bit of a wobble on it, need to get someone's help to level the feet. It's way bigger than I will need right now but it does look the business.
Grumbledook06/12/2019 17:23

Mine got delivered at 7:20am yesterday An ungodly time.Bit of a wobble …Mine got delivered at 7:20am yesterday An ungodly time.Bit of a wobble on it, need to get someone's help to level the feet. It's way bigger than I will need right now but it does look the business.


How is it? looks the part too
Justsuperman07/12/2019 12:00

How is it? looks the part too


Good question! I'm yet to turn it on as it's sat in a new build property I cant yet move into until I get the flooring in the rest of the house finished. Busy time of year for me at work so probably going to be a couple of weeks before I can actually use it.
Practically how much money A+++ will approx save over a year? As compared to A+
That will depend somewhat on your price plan, but assuming an average of about 15p per kWh this will cost £28.50 a year whilst assuming an average of about 300 kWh to run a A+ fridge freezer vs this one at 190, you are looking at about £45 a year. So it's not a massive saving.

You'll have to check the rate you pay for electricity and also the rated kWh of the individual fridge freezer you are comparing against (it will be on the compulsory energy rating data sheet). If you multiply that over the lifetime of the device you might be able to justify the higher initial cost. Though having said that there are comparable priced fridge freezers that are the same size and only rated at A+.

However it's not just the running cost to consider, this fridge freezer is also very efficient and quick at cooling and retains temperature for a longer time than most during a power outage. Also using less electricity is potentially better for the planet as well and may also reduce the amount of wasted food you produce due to the better performance. Also it is one of the quieter running ones which may also be a factor, especially in an open plan living environment.

In an ideal world I'd have liked one with a slightly smaller fridge section (so it wasn't so tall, cost a bit less and was even cheaper to run) but I wasn't able to find one that was available to purchase.

Hope this helps.
Grumbledook08/12/2019 10:52

That will depend somewhat on your price plan, but assuming an average of …That will depend somewhat on your price plan, but assuming an average of about 15p per kWh this will cost £28.50 a year whilst assuming an average of about 300 kWh to run a A+ fridge freezer vs this one at 190, you are looking at about £45 a year. So it's not a massive saving.You'll have to check the rate you pay for electricity and also the rated kWh of the individual fridge freezer you are comparing against (it will be on the compulsory energy rating data sheet). If you multiply that over the lifetime of the device you might be able to justify the higher initial cost. Though having said that there are comparable priced fridge freezers that are the same size and only rated at A+.However it's not just the running cost to consider, this fridge freezer is also very efficient and quick at cooling and retains temperature for a longer time than most during a power outage. Also using less electricity is potentially better for the planet as well and may also reduce the amount of wasted food you produce due to the better performance. Also it is one of the quieter running ones which may also be a factor, especially in an open plan living environment.In an ideal world I'd have liked one with a slightly smaller fridge section (so it wasn't so tall, cost a bit less and was even cheaper to run) but I wasn't able to find one that was available to purchase.Hope this helps.


Thank you, very helpful
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