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LOGIK L200CFW18 199L Chest Freezer - White - £169.99 @ Currys
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LOGIK L200CFW18 199L Chest Freezer - White - £169.99 @ Currys

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Refreshed 3rd Jul 2018 (Posted 1st Jul 2018)

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Looking for a decent size chest freezer for the garage -this seems to be the best I can find - also 2% Quidco.
Free Delivery, and also 20 quid to get rid of your old one, which might be cheaper than your local council.
Specs as follows:
  • Capacity: 199 litres
  • 84.5 x 91 x 55.5 cm (H x W x D)
  • Manual defrost
  • Suitable for outbuildings
  • Fast freeze

Top features:

- Spacious storage for frozen food

- A+ energy rating helps reduce household bills

- Suitable for outdoor buildings and can operate at -15 degrees

Spacious storage

Stock up for the whole family with the Logik L200CFW18 Chest Freezer. The freezer's 200 litre capacity makes it ideal for storing lots of food, so you won't need to cram your frozen treats in overstuffed drawers.

It comes with convenient LED lighting so you can see clearly where everything is stored without having to dig around.

A+ energy rating

The Logik L200CFW18 comes with an A+ energy rating, which means your appliance is kinder to the environment and helps save the cost of your household bills.

Suitable for outdoor buildings

Whether you're storing it in the garage or a cellar, this Logik freezer can withstand cold temperatures up to -15 degrees, so you can either keep it in the kitchen or out of sight.
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I didn't know you could still get these, my mum had one in the 80's... I remember getting told off for trying to shut my little sister inside
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I didn't know you could still get these, my mum had one in the 80's... I remember getting told off for trying to shut my little sister inside
KentishLad11 m ago

I didn't know you could still get these, my mum had one in the 80's... I …I didn't know you could still get these, my mum had one in the 80's... I remember getting told off for trying to shut my little sister inside


I suppose they could be useful for storing body parts in
I've been looking for this size freeze for the last couple of weeks, it's a toss up between this, the iceking or the fridgemaster, as I need it for an outbuilding. This is the standard price for this freezer, not voting either way.
Edited by: "DADSCAB" 1st Jul 2018
DADSCAB39 m ago

I've been looking for this size freeze for the last couple of weeks, it's …I've been looking for this size freeze for the last couple of weeks, it's a toss up between this, the iceking or the fridgemaster, as I need it for an outbuilding. This is the standard price for this freezer, not voting either way.


Just added the capacity to the description - are the ones you name are 199 litre capacity? Do you have the links so I can look at them as well.
DADSCAB2 h, 1 m ago

This is the standard price for this freezer, not voting either way.


Oh no! I'm sure this lack of support will have devastated the OP
Looks good value, I would love a fancy fridge freezer with ice maker/chilled water, but no space in the kitchen. At least this goes in the garage. Are there any similar ones with more baskets, or any hints on how to make these easier to use fully. I always remember my mums having permafrost and fossilized meat at the bottom of the freezer, that had to be hacked out to remove.Heat added.
I use cardboard boxes to store/stack under the included baskets.
they are fine if you keep them frozen they don't last forever so stock up as you get them.
reuse things like takeaway containers to store made meals/ leftovers.
Keep them the boxes.


if stuff migrates to the bottom stop buying it
We have an upright freezer in our garage which gets a lot of sun (previous people put glass windows and doors on it). It’s been a nightmare in this heat, I’m wondering if this one might work better.
We bought this last week, haven’t plugged it in yet tho. Looks to be a decent size
Sound, use this as a bed tonight
KentishLad1st Jul

I didn't know you could still get these, my mum had one in the 80's... I …I didn't know you could still get these, my mum had one in the 80's... I remember getting told off for trying to shut my little sister inside


They're meant to be the most efficient form of freezer because opening the door doesn't let all the cold air out.
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I would get an alarm as well especially if it's in a garage. Lot of food to loose if it conks out or fuses trip.

I remember ours went when I was a kid, £hundreds of food even back then.
I picked up a £200 freezer for £99 on Ebay - second hand but was good as new. Would recommend checking near you
This would be great for a solar powered kegerator. Outside temps in the UK are low enough that you don't actually need too much extra cooling, except in a heat wave, when you get lots of sunshine anyway. And who doesn't want cold beer all year round, with no running costs
A good idea to store the food is Canvas bags apparently, easy to lift in and out and malleable and can cope with being frozen. Seems a good idea along with the suggestd cardboard boxes.
that's the key, whatever you use you are trying to create easy to lift out units.
I like the boxes as they stack and you can leave gaps when you use items

if you keep the stuff you are going to use next at the top and new bulk buys to the bottom you can keep the stuff rotating.

can help if you keep a list of what you have just remember to keep it up to date.
Good. Apart from you have to pay extra for delivery.
mrg8806/07/2018 18:36

Good. Apart from you have to pay extra for delivery.


Free delivery m8
PierremontQuaker6th Jul

Free delivery m8


I tried. When you get to payment it’s £40 for next day delivery or £20 for a couple of days later. Or more if you want to choose a select time.
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