Win A Fridge Freezer From Appliances Online

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Who sang “Ice Ice Baby?”

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    Competition closes at noon 15th February 2012. Entrants must be registered on one of the Neighbour Net sites.

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Looking rather fabulous in inox, the Whirlpool WBE3623NFXF fridge freezer is a modern appliance for the modern kitchen. It boasts a rather efficient A energy rating, and has enough capacity to keep a small to medium sized household’s food deliciously fresh.

So, what are its attributes? Let’s have a little look...

With a total capacity of 349 litres (252 in the fridge and 97 in the freezer), this model has plenty of space, and it also features practical storage solutions which allow you to really make the most of the room available. For example, the fridge features 4 shelves, 3 of which are height adjustable, and it provides plenty of in-door storage for items like bottles, jars and condiments – so you can really keep your fridge organised. The fruit and vegetable crispers are also ideal if you like to get your 5-a-day in.

The freezer has 3 drawers with transparent fronts – making finding whatever you’re looking for no problem. One of the freezer drawers is extra large, which is ideal for big cuts of meat, tubs of ice cream, or items like food containers of different shapes and sizes.

This model has toughened glass shelves with lipped edges, which prevent spillages from spreading all over the fridge. This ensures that cleaning up any accidents is simple and quick.

As the freezer is frost free, you don’t have to worry about defrosting, which makes maintenance of this appliance very simple indeed.

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February 1, 2012