Samsung American fridge freezer inc 10% off code £539.10 @ Currys
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Samsung American fridge freezer inc 10% off code £539.10 @ Currys

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Found 19th Nov 2015
Currently selling at currys for 599 but the code sams10 gives 10% off
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Discount code gives 10% off any Samsung over £400. Thanks!
10% off large kitchen appliances over £400. Worked for a different American FF priced at £999.
Purchase £500 (5x£100 ONLY) gift cards from Morrisons for 50p off per litre!

Only 5 gift cards can be used in 1 transaction online, so do not buy 8x£50 etc.

morrisonsfuelsaver.co.uk/how…rks
Edited by: "kev1986" 21st Nov 2015
I'd personally NEVER spend any significant amount at Curry's or PC World - if anything goes wrong, hell would have to freeze over before you got any kind of real and useful support or refund.
Great deal!
We have this fridge freezer and love it. It makes its on ice cubes. Lots of room in fridge and freezer.
Ours is water tank that needs plumbing , we like that as the water is always fresh.
dazzlegirl

Great deal! We have this fridge freezer and love it. It makes its on ice … Great deal! We have this fridge freezer and love it. It makes its on ice cubes. Lots of room in fridge and freezer. Ours is water tank that needs plumbing , we like that as the water is always fresh.



​ Where does the plumbing connect to? Thanks in advance.
This_Is_My_Username

​ Where does the plumbing connect to? Thanks in advance.



You need one of those plumbing taps that clamps over an existing cold water pipe and then self-cuts a hole into the pipe to provide a new feed.
This then goes to a thin, flexible, plastic pipe (mine came with a coil of the pipe, but I can't say if that's the case for all) that then goes into and out of a carbon water filter (needs attaching to a wall/ cupboard and changing approx every 6 months, but are cheap on eBay) and then into the back of the appliance.
It's a pretty easy operation that shouldn't be beyond any but the most kack-handed!
dazzlegirl

Great deal! We have this fridge freezer and love it. It makes its on ice … Great deal! We have this fridge freezer and love it. It makes its on ice cubes. Lots of room in fridge and freezer. Ours is water tank that needs plumbing , we like that as the water is always fresh.



Lost of reviews seem to criticise the lack of freezer space due to the upper half of the freezer being taken up with the ice maker. Did you not find this a problem?

Thanks.
Went for this and eco bubble washer thanks op
Samsung fridge freezers are notorious for breaking down. We had one & Samsung didn't want to know. It cost £450 to repair. This is why many of the Samsung fridge freezers have a 10 year guarantee on parts...
Redleela

Samsung fridge freezers are notorious for breaking down. We had one & … Samsung fridge freezers are notorious for breaking down. We had one & Samsung didn't want to know. It cost £450 to repair. This is why many of the Samsung fridge freezers have a 10 year guarantee on parts...


There's a recurring fault where older models ice up and stop working, there's a workaround which I use I'd say once a year or there's an upgraded part you can buy. I don't know if Samsung have addressed this on new models but you'd like to think they have. The first time it happened the fridge was out of warranty but Samsung repaired it anyway. I can't be bothered with the hassle of getting them in now and making sure someone's home so just do it myself now, it takes about half an hour or so, most of that time is taken up in melting the ice.

Click on the link for the workaround.

Edited by: "Gordinho" 21st Nov 2015
chrismox

Lost of reviews seem to criticise the lack of freezer space due to the … Lost of reviews seem to criticise the lack of freezer space due to the upper half of the freezer being taken up with the ice maker. Did you not find this a problem?Thanks.


Yes, we did not find it a problem, average family, couple and two kids so I guess we did the average shop with the usual mix between fresh and frozen, I don't remember my wife complaing about lack of space.

I very often ignore reviews anyway, obviously lots of these people have gone out and bought a freezer without taking their needs into account (unlike you-who took time to ask the question) and working out whether the want a fridge freezer or a dedicated freezer. You wouldn't blame the manufacturer if they need a people carrier but bought a Mini would they?
chrismox

Lost of reviews seem to criticise the lack of freezer space due to the … Lost of reviews seem to criticise the lack of freezer space due to the upper half of the freezer being taken up with the ice maker. Did you not find this a problem?Thanks.



This could be an issue for a large family. However, we are only a 2 and have found that there is more than enough room for our shopping. We do feel that it is worth the trade off though as we use the ice cube maker daily.
1) Don't touch Currys, appalling customer service (if you can even get hold of them).

2) Cheaper anywhere else I looked.(The £599 Headline)

3) Cheapest at Boots (£539). The reference number is slightly different (UTMG v RTMG) but the dimensions and specs are the same. Boots give a comprehensive spec, Currys don't.

Edited by: "nick3245" 22nd Nov 2015
nick3245

3) Cheapest at Boots (£539). The reference number is slightly different … 3) Cheapest at Boots (£539). The reference number is slightly different (UTMG v RTMG) but the dimensions and specs are the same. Boots give a comprehensive spec, Currys don't.



This is a different model and does not have an ice dispenser.
Edited by: "n00b" 23rd Nov 2015
You are right, chilled water only, sorry.
Has it gone up now
better than a smeg for £899
solid

I'd personally NEVER spend any significant amount at Curry's or PC World … I'd personally NEVER spend any significant amount at Curry's or PC World - if anything goes wrong, hell would have to freeze over before you got any kind of real and useful support or refund.



I don't want to be THAT person... but looking for a new fridge freezer, and couldn't help but chuckle a little bit at this comment, as the previous fridge thread I'd been checking out was yours (a few weeks later than this one) talking about the £900 fridge you'd bought from Currys, and "Fantastic service from Currys and their delivery team."

By the way, your deal looks pretty good now, as the price is around £1,249. Would you recommend the fridge if the price comes back down?

Edited by: "taffyt" 18th Jan 2016
taffyt

I don't want to be THAT person... but looking for a new fridge … I don't want to be THAT person... but looking for a new fridge freezer, and couldn't help but chuckle a little bit at this comment, as the previous fridge thread I'd been checking out was yours (a few weeks later than this one) talking about the £900 fridge you'd bought from Currys, and "Fantastic service from Currys and their delivery team."By the way, your deal looks pretty good now, as the price is around £1,249. Would you recommend the fridge if the price comes back down?



You are absolutely correct. I have been eating humble pie (chilled, naturally), and have so far, not needed anything from Curry's. Delivery was very good, and hopefully, I won't need any support from Curry's. Samsung had an extra 3 yrs extension to their normal 2 yr warranty, so I'm covered for five yrs in total. Fridge is great, very quiet, water has been used loads, its massive (six-person family), and so far its been great.

I'm glad I bought it, for £900 and over 600ltrs of space, it was a bargain for me.
Anyone bought this particular fridge freezer as I have ordered one from Very for £518.98 delivered?
I got 20% for a new account,originally £639.
ignore the above...different model
chrismox

Lost of reviews seem to criticise the lack of freezer space due to the … Lost of reviews seem to criticise the lack of freezer space due to the upper half of the freezer being taken up with the ice maker. Did you not find this a problem?Thanks.



​we are a family of 5 and don't really have a problem with space, admittedly when we purchase a big shop it is a little cramped at first but having ice on demand more than makes up for it
One thing I will say about the freezer, however, is that the shelves are a bit awkward. As large as they are, things seem to pile on top of each other, making it tricky to take things out, if it happens to be at the bottom of the shelf. The shelves are not wide, and so things tend to stack on to each other. Be interesting to hear others opinions.
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