Russell Hobbs RHCF103, Chest Freezer, 98L Capacity, White Catalogue Number: £119 @ Tesco
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Russell Hobbs RHCF103, Chest Freezer, 98L Capacity, White Catalogue Number: £119 @ Tesco

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5 year guarantee and free disposal of old appliance too by the look? Bargain if you ask me
yep just checked, free delivery,recycle and connection included, ordered, cheers op
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Any working tesco direct money off codes?
Flame retardant back - very good. Just ordered. Thanks op.
themachman2 h, 33 m ago

yep just checked, free delivery,recycle and connection included, ordered, …yep just checked, free delivery,recycle and connection included, ordered, cheers op https://www.tesco.com/direct/special-offer/free-delivery-recycling-and-connection-on-selected-russell-hobbs-large-appliances/promo50740066.promo


Connection..... so they plug it in
I just bought the 148L version of this from tesco for £129 (with a £10 off £75 code that doesn't seem to be valid anymore). Anyway, it seems like a good freezer to me. Suitable for garages too. Heat.
nerdsgonewild1 h, 59 m ago

I just bought the 148L version of this from tesco for £129 (with a £10 off …I just bought the 148L version of this from tesco for £129 (with a £10 off £75 code that doesn't seem to be valid anymore). Anyway, it seems like a good freezer to me. Suitable for garages too. Heat.



How do you know it's suitable for the garage? It states ST class which I understand is sub tropical.
Are these suitable for a garage? After a freezer for the garage.
hot vote
Edited by: "MrBe" 9th Jan
themachman11 h, 58 m ago

5 year guarantee and free disposal of old appliance too by the look? …5 year guarantee and free disposal of old appliance too by the look? Bargain if you ask me


Exactly what I did, it didnt make sense to pay someone £50 to dispose of my old fridge, so I bought this for around the same price but from Argos and used their free disposal service. I didnt think to post a deal so heta to op.
MrBe12 m ago

Are these suitable for a garage? After a freezer for the garage.hot vote



Yes, researched this myself, mine is in the garage. i did raise it off of the floor a bit as rain water gets in our garage.
Edited by: "kklown" 9th Jan
Bought the Curry's Essential 99L one for 99.99 and does the trick.

Probably worth paying the extra 20 quid for a better company and 4 years more warranty tho!
thomasleep11 h, 22 m ago

Connection..... so they plug it in


Ha yes, but if your older and cant be lifting freezers its well worth it, plus they'll take the ton of polystyrene with them
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It's getting to the food at the bottom of these freezers, very awkward design from experience.

Doing a freezer inventory may help thekitchn.com/how…763
Edited by: "deleted1336857" 9th Jan
Argyll688 h, 55 m ago

How do you know it's suitable for the garage? It states ST class which I …How do you know it's suitable for the garage? It states ST class which I understand is sub tropical.


Researched it on the web. You can download the manual, plus another electrical shop stated they had posed the question to the manufacturer and they stated it is suitable for outbuildings. Hope that helps.

Its been pretty cold lately (sub zero) and it's still functioning each day.
DatAlbino10 h, 47 m ago

Bought the Curry's Essential 99L one for 99.99 and does the trick.Probably …Bought the Curry's Essential 99L one for 99.99 and does the trick.Probably worth paying the extra 20 quid for a better company and 4 years more warranty tho!


Me too. Paid £20 for recycling bit a great freezer for the garage
Was about to purchase this the other day at full price and even then it was one of the cheapest decent branded freezer (need a top opening) and was so happy to see this. All of my kitchen appliances bar the washing machine are russell hobbs and 1 year in they all still working well. Voting hot! And purchased
how many chicken nuggets do you guys want to store?
Commander119 h, 27 m ago

Me too. Paid £20 for recycling bit a great freezer for the garage


I know someone who paid £40, by the way you can always try websites for recycling where people come and collect items for free
Hunt_Deal_Hunt10th Jan

I know someone who paid £40, by the way you can always try websites for …I know someone who paid £40, by the way you can always try websites for recycling where people come and collect items for free


Thanks, def bare this in mind
nerdsgonewild9th Jan

Researched it on the web. You can download the manual, plus another …Researched it on the web. You can download the manual, plus another electrical shop stated they had posed the question to the manufacturer and they stated it is suitable for outbuildings. Hope that helps. Its been pretty cold lately (sub zero) and it's still functioning each day.



I also researched it and apparently only Beko gaurantee to work -10. All other manufacturers say warranty is invalid if used in an outbuilding.

Which electrical shop informed you of this?
Bear in mind I'm talking about the larger 150L version, here's the site (under more details):
ukchestfreezers.co.uk/pro…150
nerdsgonewild9th Jan

Researched it on the web. You can download the manual, plus another …Researched it on the web. You can download the manual, plus another electrical shop stated they had posed the question to the manufacturer and they stated it is suitable for outbuildings. Hope that helps. Its been pretty cold lately (sub zero) and it's still functioning each day.



No it doesn't help I'm afraid.Without written guarantees you're screwed if the freezer packs in.
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