Russell Hobbs 100 Litre Chest Freezer £119.99 @ Aldi.
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Russell Hobbs 100 Litre Chest Freezer £119.99 @ Aldi.

£119.99ALDI Deals
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Found 11th Sep 2014
£150 @ Argos & Amazon. 164kwh/year, 3.53 cubic feet, noise level 38db, 4 star freezer rating, free 2 year warranty.
84.5 x 56.8 x 56cm H x W x D.

Goes on sale Sunday 14th of September.

22 Comments

it looks about its money when you look at a bog standard 100l upright on currys website.

bouncy99

it looks about its money when you look at a bog standard 100l upright on … it looks about its money when you look at a bog standard 100l upright on currys website.



Come again mate ?

Banned

abbiislam

Come again mate ?




Oooooh....hello sailor....

abbiislam

Come again mate ?


i was watching some entertainment last night and the women said excatly the same thing.

bouncy99

it looks about its money when you look at a bog standard 100l upright on … it looks about its money when you look at a bog standard 100l upright on currys website.



Translation: This product looks as if it's worth the price tag when comparing it to a low-end 100 litre freezer from currys.

Russell Hobbs is just a badge stuck on generic Chinese trash. I don't think I would buy one.

Cheaper than this one at Currys, and the one in this deal will cost slightly less to run assuming the figures are accurate, and is also quieter.

currys.co.uk/gbu…tml
Edited by: "anewman" 11th Sep 2014

ili

Translation: This product looks as if it's worth the price tag when … Translation: This product looks as if it's worth the price tag when comparing it to a low-end 100 litre freezer from currys.

thank you for the translation

anewman

Cheaper than this one at Currys, and the one in this deal will cost … Cheaper than this one at Currys, and the one in this deal will cost slightly less to run assuming the figures are accurate, and is also quieter.http://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/household-appliances/refrigeration/chest-freezers/essentials-c98cfw14-chest-freezer-colour-22082148-pdt.html

its exactly the same price, and has near identical features, size etc, hence why i dont see how the aldi product is a "deal", it is its moneys worth!

2 year Manufacturer warranty and is a bigger capacity, lower power consumption and quieter than the Currys one so HOT......!


Edited by: "HudlUserDOTcom" 12th Sep 2014

Will this work in a garage in freezing conditions?

cjdean1983

Will this work in a garage in freezing conditions?


Would it need to?

cjdean1983

Will this work in a garage in freezing conditions?



Just bought this and can confirm that the instructions say it's safe to use in a garage.

HudlUserDOTcom

Manual here: … Manual here: http://mda.russellhobbs.com/white-100-litre-chest-freezer.html



The model number of the Aldi one is RHCF100, But this instruction book is for the RHCF130, which is presumably a later model.

I'm thinking of buying it but cannot find anything on the internet for the RHCF100. Presumably it is a discontinued model.
Edited by: "gslgregory" 14th Sep 2014

Thermal Rider

Would it need to?



Haha
maneki

Just bought this and can confirm that the instructions say it's safe to … Just bought this and can confirm that the instructions say it's safe to use in a garage.



Thanks for the reply. Really appreciate you checking. Does it say what temperatures it will operate in? I have searched online and from what I can gather only Beko produce freezers that can operate as cold as -15 degrees due to a different technology used. I read this on "Which" but also on their own site here - beko.co.uk/Inn…ard If the freezer stopped working at 0 degrees for example when it needs to be kept at -18 (the recomended temprature) then the food would deteriorate faster than it should.
Edited by: "cjdean1983" 15th Sep 2014

cjdean1983

...from what I can gather only Beko produce freezers that can operate as … ...from what I can gather only Beko produce freezers that can operate as cold as -15 degrees due to a different technology used...



They have a self-heating function called Spontaneous Combustion Technology?



(OK, I'm joking!!)

Edited by: "HudlUserDOTcom" 15th Sep 2014

gslgregory

The model number of the Aldi one is RHCF100, But this instruction book is … The model number of the Aldi one is RHCF100, But this instruction book is for the RHCF130, which is presumably a later model.I'm thinking of buying it but cannot find anything on the internet for the RHCF100. Presumably it is a discontinued model.



OK. Looks much the same spec wise, though. Maybe it's a 'special' just for Aldi?

These available in store then?

cjdean1983

Haha Thanks for the reply. Really appreciate you checking. Does it say … Haha Thanks for the reply. Really appreciate you checking. Does it say what temperatures it will operate in? I have searched online and from what I can gather only Beko produce freezers that can operate as cold as -15 degrees due to a different technology used. I read this on "Which" but also on their own site here - http://www.beko.co.uk/Innovations/FreezerGuard If the freezer stopped working at 0 degrees for example when it needs to be kept at -18 (the recomended temprature) then the food would deteriorate faster than it should.



Sorry, i've only just realised you replied! Unfortunately it doesn't specify the operating temperature range, but I assume that by saying it can be used in a garage, it can work at temps below 15 degrees and throughout our typical winters. I successfully used a hotpoint freezer in the garage for 3 years without knowing that it wasn't suitable for use garage/outhouse use! I'm confident that this freezer will do fine, and i'm sure there are other brands beside Beko that will be just as good too.

fizz786

These available in store then?



Yes - one of this week's special offers.

One cheaper at argos....

argos.co.uk/m/s…htm

(Can't link as I'm on mobile)
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