"Stylish and spacious"
Pros: Value for money, Easy to use, Good build quality, Quiet, looks good
"First things first, It does what it is supposed to. And does it very well!
The fridge and freezer compartments are very very spacious, it's like a Tardis, much bigger on the inside!
There is more than enough space for even the largest families weekly shop. The compartments are well lit making finding that half a bag of frozen peas very easy. It just goes about it's job quietly and efficiently.
It looks amazing. What more can I say? It is very stylish (mine is gloss black) with the digital display on the front adding to the overall appeal.
It has an icebox and filtered water dispenser on the front that dispenses either ice cubes or crushed ice.
It has various settings for ease of use, you can adjust the temperatures of both the fridge and freezer although they come preset to the optimum temperatures so it's probably best to leave them there. It has an alarm that goes off if the door is left open, and for me the most clever feature It has a Vacation mode meaning if you go on holiday you can turn off the Fridge side of the unit to save on running costs.
Which brings me onto the real highlight of the unit. It's running costs. Being an A+ rated item it was always going to be economical but it works out at about 17p a day to run which at less than a penny an hour makes it cheaper to run than anything else in our kitchen!
Overall Impressions? It looks amazing, has more features than you can shake a stick at and does it's job very well, quietly and without costing much at all."
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