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Beko TL546APS Freestanding Fridge - Silver


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  • Energy Rating
  • HxWxD (cm) 145.5 x 54.5 x 59.5
  • Size

    256 litres

Beko TL546APS Freestanding Fridge - Silver
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This Beko fridge has loads of room. You've got 256 litres spread over 4 glass shelves, a wine rack, veg drawer and 4 door shelves. It's also a frost-free model so the you won't get an icy build-up on the back panel. Read more
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The Beko TL546APS is perfect for a larger family as it holds an impressive 256 litres of space. The silver finish has a modern look to it, and would look great in any kitchen. It also has the really handy auto defrost – this will melt ice away from the back wall, so you won’t need to scrape ice off

With plenty of space, there’s a lot of storage solutions too. You get 4 shelves in total, and you can easily adjust them to fit in bulkier items. There’s even an adjustable wine rack, which holds up to 4 bottles to free up space. The salad drawer is wide enough to fit in your bigger vegetables, and the door has 4 trays for your drinks, condiments and cheese.

Big in size, it’s small in energy consumption. With an efficient A+ energy rating, it works out to under £16 a year to run – that’s just short of 5p a day! It’s a small price to pay to leave it on 24/7, and will be much cheaper than any less efficient model.