MIELE KDN12823S 60cm A Rated Frost Free Fridge Freezer in White £375 (with code) @ Co-op Electrical (inc delivery)
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MIELE KDN12823S 60cm A Rated Frost Free Fridge Freezer in White £375 (with code) @ Co-op Electrical (inc delivery)

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Found 22nd Mar 2013
Not quite within my budget, but seems a good price for a Miele FF.


***USE CODE AFDA20 FOR THIS PRICE*** Massive thanks to User "MIB15" for making an even better deal!Brought it down from £399 to £375.


Good reviews here:
reevoo.com/p/m…2cf

Manufacturers warranty 2 years.

Nice horizontal bottle holder

60cm

Frost free

£10 to take your old fridge away

Official Blurb;

Miele KDN12823S has a 232 litres Fridge Compartment and 89 litres Freezer Compartment with a overall energy rating of (A) and Average annual energy consumption of 403 kWh. The Miele KDN12823S comes with a 2 year Manufacturers Guarantee and the build quality you would expect of Miele.

60cm wide Miele Frost Fridge Freezer
321 Litres 11.3 cu.ft Total Capacity
232 litres / 8.1cu.ft (Gross) Fridge Compartment
89 litres / 3.1cu.ft (Gross) Freezer Compartment
Dimensions (H) 1820mm (W) 600mm (D) 630mm (includes handle )
(A) Energy rating Annual Consumption 403 (kWh)
Temperature Controls Inside appliance
4 Tempered Glass shelves in Fridge with Stainless Trim
2 Fruit / Vegetable Drawers
2 Egg trays, Ice cube tray, 2 Ice Packs
Interior Lighting
4 Star Freezer Compartment
3 Transparent Freezer Drawers + Berry Tray
Removable glass cold plates between Drawers
Noise Level 41dB(A)
Gross Weight 87.3kg
Miele KDN12823S finished in White
Climate Class SN-T (10 - 42C)
Available in White. EAN 4002514421452


FREE Rapid Delivery available with 1 hour time slots



*****N.B. I think this model (KDN12823S) is a slightly older version of the KDN12823S-1 which is currently on J lewis for £629 here ( I could be wrong though)

johnlewis.com/mie…916




2% quidco
- Saintledger

49 Comments

Original Poster

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Edited by: "Goatmilk" 22nd Mar 2013

great dont ned

tiny freezer ?

When u buy a Miele, you also buy into the warranty. Why only two years? Arent fridges one of the most reliable appliances you can buy?

Wow they voted hot for a Miele here...

Jellybeans

When u buy a Miele, you also buy into the warranty. Why only two years? … When u buy a Miele, you also buy into the warranty. Why only two years? Arent fridges one of the most reliable appliances you can buy?



Cos they tend to last for decades, no need to have a longer warranty

great price for a frost free miele,mind fridges are one of the only appliance not made by the company,theyre made by Liebherr

Banned

m5rcc

Cos they tend to last for decades, no need to have a longer warranty



You seem to miss the entire point of warranty's. If it will last for decades then you sell it with a longer warranty to get more sales and to show you have faith in your product. By giving it a low warranty it says the complete opposite.
Edited by: "Reser" 23rd Mar 2013

Jellybeans

When u buy a Miele, you also buy into the warranty. Why only two years? … When u buy a Miele, you also buy into the warranty. Why only two years? Arent fridges one of the most reliable appliances you can buy?



Unless it's an hotpoint, But in general most reliable domestic appliance is probably a cooker.

good product - hard to comment really, I have one which hasnt given me any issues in the last 4 years which is exactly what you would expect (and more)!

It may

themachman

great price for a frost free miele,mind fridges are one of the only … great price for a frost free miele,mind fridges are one of the only appliance not made by the company,theyre made by Liebherr

... and Liebherr reliability is stalwart, my Mum has one and it's been going for over 2 decades, as have others I know who have this brand. So get in quick as Coop will be unloading most of their inventory as they close down their department stores in the latest round of cost cutting by companies :-( ... it does have it's benefits though

Bargain......selling for £600+ in most other shops............


Add promotion code AFDA20 to get £25 off, bringing the price down to £374.99.........


also don't forget quidco at 2% (not guaranteed to get it, but it is worth a try!!!!)





Edited by: "MIB15" 23rd Mar 2013

I have a Liebherr fridge/freezer and cannot fault it.
Great price for this Miele, should last for donkeys years.

We've had this fridge freezer (or an incredibly similar one) for 3 years now. What can you say about a fridge? It's one of those things that you don't appreciate until it stops working - hence why we bought a Leibherr\Miele one! It's superbly well constructed and very well designed. Perfectly sized for a family of four. At this price it's a steal - I'm one of those who paid £600+ :-(

Reser

You seem to miss the entire point of warranty's. If it will last for … You seem to miss the entire point of warranty's. If it will last for decades then you sell it with a longer warranty to get more sales and to show you have faith in your product. By giving it a low warranty it says the complete opposite.



This is a Miele, not a Hotpoint. They don't need to do that.

Thanks to the OP and also MIB15 - just phoned Co-op Electrical after placing my order and they refunded £25 when I quoted the promotion code, yay!

Will it work down to -15c ambient like a Beko will though?

Seriously, if your fridge freezer is in a garage or similar (as many are) they will stop working in a severe cold spell.

Besford

Will it work down to -15c ambient like a Beko will though?Seriously, if … Will it work down to -15c ambient like a Beko will though?Seriously, if your fridge freezer is in a garage or similar (as many are) they will stop working in a severe cold spell.



Beko can work at -15c ambient cos it blows up

this should be voted hottest deal of the day/week, but it will sadly get knocked out by chocolate/cookies or video games

Needed a new fridge freezer, great deal, heat from me!!

shauneco

Unless it's an hotpoint, But in general most reliable domestic appliance … Unless it's an hotpoint, But in general most reliable domestic appliance is probably a cooker.



I'm not recommending them now, but our Hotpoint fridge freezer must be at least 25 years old. A New World oven on the other hand has been garbage Belling elements have never been long life, but this has been ridiculous one in the first year under warranty and 2 since.

Brilliant deal, just ordered, great brand...buy cheap buy twice and all that....

Thanks and ordered

Thanks been waiting for a good price on one of these.

Klyken

I'm not recommending them now, but our Hotpoint fridge freezer must be at … I'm not recommending them now, but our Hotpoint fridge freezer must be at least 25 years old. A New World oven on the other hand has been garbage Belling elements have never been long life, but this has been ridiculous one in the first year under warranty and 2 since.



25 years a go Hotpoint were a decent brand, Shame that is no longer true.

As for New World cooker, Perhaps that's just bad luck..!!!

I've got a Cannon cooker ( Hotpoint ) that's actually 6 years old in constant use that's still actually working, It's the last Hotpoint product I'll ever buy due to previous misfortunes with fridge/freezers, Washing machines etc...

I'm happy if something lasts 5-6 years, That's acceptable.

Shmokin' hot. My in-laws have had their Miele washing machine for 25 years plus trouble free, so we got one 12 years ago. It's built like a tank, has never missed a beat, and still looks great. Seven years ago we bought a Miele dishwasher, also superb, we had the engineer out once but that turned out to be an olive pip that had managed to get through the filter somehow. So we are well pleased with the brand, and since our fridge is knackered and we were looking for one anyway, this will do just fine.

I don't have any qualms about this item being built by another firm. People here are suggesting it is another high quality firm in any case; and I don't believe for a minute that Miele would put their name on anything any less than bomb proof.

Not a deal breaker either way but the Co-op suggests the doors are reversible. Not sure how that happens when there is a handle? Perhaps an owner can enlighten.

Banned

m5rcc

This is a Miele, not a Hotpoint. They don't need to do that.



Once again you proove you have no clue.

Hotpoint wouldn't do it because they know their product is more likely to fail and it would cost them money.

The people with products that are known to last longer will give the longest warrantys to show how confident they are in their product and because they know it won't cost them because they know their products won't fail.

You do not give a low warranty "because you don't need to give a long one because it will last" , it is exactly the opposite.

Besford

Will it work down to -15c ambient like a Beko will though?Seriously, if … Will it work down to -15c ambient like a Beko will though?Seriously, if your fridge freezer is in a garage or similar (as many are) they will stop working in a severe cold spell.


What are the downsides of a fridge not working in a severe cold spell? Aren't fridges supposed to work at something like 3-4 degrees? If your fridge is in the garage, and it's colder than 3-4 degrees, isn't your fridge allowed to do nothing? Or would you like it to keep your milk warmer than ambient? Jus' sayin'.

Heat added but i thought you got a standard 10yr warranty with Miele?

pops1975

Heat added but i thought you got a standard 10yr warranty with Miele?


On washing machines. Our dishwasher came with only 5 years warranty. I'm guessing it's kind of hard, no matter what faith you have in your product, to warrant it for 10 years of 24/7 use. Every time you open the fridge door, you are edging the compressor a little closer to its death. There is no comparison between someone who opens the fridge twice a day and a family who maybe open it 20 times.

I would have liked them to warrant for more than 2 years. I'd be disappointed to have any problems in the first 4 years, maybe 5. But if you do find yourself in that place. don't forget, manufacturing defects are covered by European law up to 6 years after purchase on items like this. This is not the same as a guarantee, for pretty much the reasons I have outlined, but if your item does fail in that period, very much worth taking up with the retailer, so keep your documentation.

That said I'd be willing to lay a bet I get no grief from this fridge before 2019.

Fantastic deal. Having had a quick look at the manual, swapping the doors around is a real faff which is something to be aware of.

CoenFan

Not a deal breaker either way but the Co-op suggests the doors are … Not a deal breaker either way but the Co-op suggests the doors are reversible. Not sure how that happens when there is a handle? Perhaps an owner can enlighten.



Straightforward case of undoing the hinges on one side with a small spanner and moving across to the other side.
Similar with the handles which usually unscrew and then take out the blanking plugs on the other side and swap across.
I have done it on a Bosch fridge/freezer years ago and more recently with a Neff.
If you can wield a spanner/screwdriver you can switch the door.

pops1975

Heat added but i thought you got a standard 10yr warranty with Miele?



Take a look at the Miele website. 2yr guarantee across the board with a limited 10 year guarantee on washing machines.
Occasionally Miele do a promo offering a wider 10 guarantee on some washing machines, dishwashers etc.

Reser

Once again you proove you have no clue.Hotpoint wouldn't do it because … Once again you proove you have no clue.Hotpoint wouldn't do it because they know their product is more likely to fail and it would cost them money. The people with products that are known to last longer will give the longest warrantys to show how confident they are in their product and because they know it won't cost them because they know their products won't fail.You do not give a low warranty "because you don't need to give a long one because it will last" , it is exactly the opposite.



Do you even own any Miele products? The reason why they don;t don't it because of repeat custom and a high reputation for a quality product that doesn't breakdown in the first place. Why don't you see the same happen with Mercedes, BMW, VW, etc. Kia offer 7 yrs in order to GAIN custom and increase volumes.

m5rcc

Do you even own any Miele products? The reason why they don;t don't it … Do you even own any Miele products? The reason why they don;t don't it because of repeat custom and a high reputation for a quality product that doesn't breakdown in the first place. Why don't you see the same happen with Mercedes, BMW, VW, etc. Kia offer 7 yrs in order to GAIN custom and increase volumes.



BMW, VW and Mercedes have mediocre reliability - fact!

Besford

BMW, VW and Mercedes have mediocre reliability - fact!



Fine Honda then...they only do standard warranty. Toyota only do five year now due to mass failures win the last five years of components and safety recalls. I don't know of any uber-reliable offering a extended warranty by default.

Original Poster

CoenFan

Not a deal breaker either way but the Co-op suggests the doors are … Not a deal breaker either way but the Co-op suggests the doors are reversible. Not sure how that happens when there is a handle? Perhaps an owner can enlighten.



I've been on the phone to Miele tech support and they suggested to save a lot of faffing, just turn the fridge upside down.

m5rcc

Fine Honda then...they only do standard warranty. Toyota only do five … Fine Honda then...they only do standard warranty. Toyota only do five year now due to mass failures win the last five years of components and safety recalls. I don't know of any uber-reliable offering a extended warranty by default.



Toyota remains the most reliable car brand (just very boring).

CoenFan

What are the downsides of a fridge not working in a severe cold spell? … What are the downsides of a fridge not working in a severe cold spell? Aren't fridges supposed to work at something like 3-4 degrees? If your fridge is in the garage, and it's colder than 3-4 degrees, isn't your fridge allowed to do nothing? Or would you like it to keep your milk warmer than ambient? Jus' sayin'.



It's a fridge-FREEZER!
Seriously: a modern freezer will ruin your frozen goods if placed in a low ambient area. May not matter to you but will to some.
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