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Swan Fridge Freezer SR5291W at very.co.uk £146.98 delivered
Swan Fridge Freezer SR5291W at very.co.uk £146.98 delivered

Swan Fridge Freezer SR5291W at very.co.uk £146.98 delivered

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Decent size and good reviews

•156-litre total net capacity

•100-litre net fridge capacity

•56-litre net freezer capacity

•A+ rated energy

•Manual defrost

•2 safety glass fridge shelves

•Salad container with cover

•Interior light

•3 freezer drawers

•Reversible doors

•H 144, W 49.4, D 53.6 cm

14 Comments

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Good price tempted. It will fit in the cupboard, but a little shorter than i would have liked.

swan proline, hotpoint, creda , Indesit

Avoid!

InTheKnow444

swan proline, hotpoint, creda , IndesitAvoid!


Thanks for the useful information.

InTheKnow444

swan proline, hotpoint, creda , IndesitAvoid!



why indesit? have always found there products quite good. both my last washing machines where indesit and lasted several years of being used daily, dishwasher still going strong 9 years on.

good find op, heat added

POWYSWALES

why indesit? have always found there products quite good. both my last … why indesit? have always found there products quite good. both my last washing machines where indesit and lasted several years of being used daily, dishwasher still going strong 9 years on.



Italian owned , loads of design faults with this companies products agree with the comment - prefer beko or just about anyone else

InTheKnow444

swan proline, hotpoint, creda , IndesitAvoid!


is beko ok then ?

NAZ17

Italian owned , loads of design faults with this companies products agree … Italian owned , loads of design faults with this companies products agree with the comment - prefer beko or just about anyone else


Far too generalised a criticism IMHO. So far as refrigeration equipment is concerned, historically Italian products have been good mechanically, for instance Necchi compressors have been used in many manufacturers products. Sure there may be issues with the cabinet construction, fragile plastics etc. but for people who are careful or haven't got destructive offspring this may not be an issue.
*Update - maybe change that a bit, curiosity got the better of me and I've just found out Necchi stopped making compressors years ago. My excuse is I'm getting old and its a long time since I've had any involvement in the industry!
Edited by: "rhexenor" 29th Aug 2016

I'm sure it's fine, but probably worth stretching that bit further and getting a frost-free model if at all possible.

rhexenor

Far too generalised a criticism IMHO. So far as refrigeration equipment … Far too generalised a criticism IMHO. So far as refrigeration equipment is concerned, historically Italian products have been good mechanically, for instance Necchi compressors have been used in many manufacturers products. Sure there may be issues with the cabinet construction, fragile plastics etc. but for people who are careful or haven't got destructive offspring this may not be an issue.*Update - maybe change that a bit, curiosity got the better of me and I've just found out Necchi stopped making compressors years ago. My excuse is I'm getting old and its a long time since I've had any involvement in the industry!




Fair play for the update - don't think I would have bothered to come back and change what I put , my advice was just general

InTheKnow444

swan proline, hotpoint, creda , IndesitAvoid!


Yes I avoided paying £139.99 for my Hotpoint machine back in 2002 and 14 years later its still going strong and has never stopped working or had a breakage of a belt..
works out at £9.99 a year so far its cost me for it, absolute no brainer, but you go ahead and carry on paying over the top and I'll happily spend all that extra money I saved in a nice restaurant on a nice meal and have drinks in a lovely pub somewhere..
Yep so glad I avoided!

crazylegs

Yes I avoided paying £139.99 for my Hotpoint machine back in 2002 and 14 … Yes I avoided paying £139.99 for my Hotpoint machine back in 2002 and 14 years later its still going strong and has never stopped working or had a breakage of a belt..works out at £9.99 a year so far its cost me for it, absolute no brainer, but you go ahead and carry on paying over the top and I'll happily spend all that extra money I saved in a nice restaurant on a nice meal and have drinks in a lovely pub somewhere..Yep so glad I avoided!



Hotpoint used to be good

Manual defrost?? It is 2016.

Back to £199, and out of stock til 13th Dec.
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