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Refurbished Beko ASL1331B Freestanding 521 Litre 50/50 Frost Free Fridge Freezer A2/ASL1331B

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Store your food in style with this impressive American fridge freezer from Beko. It has a 521 litre capacity and holds 28 bags of food shopping. Total No Frost technology circulates cool air around the fridge and freezer to prevent icy build-ups, meaning there’s no need to manually defrost, making this model simple to look after. And if you’ve just returned from the weekly shop, clever quick cooling technology will lock the nutrients and flavours in your items by rapidly lowering the temperature. This keeps your groceries in the same great condition as when you bought them. Plus, all your favourite healthy ingredients have their own Salad Crisper drawer which keeps them nicely organised, so everything is within easy reach.

Key Features

  • 521 litre capacity - holds 28 bags of food shopping
  • Clever tech stops ice build-ups in the fridge & freezer
  • Quickly cools food to lock in nutrients and flavour
  • Special drawer to keep fruit and veg organised
  • Dimensions (cm) - H177 x W90 x D66

 

Tech Spec

Warranty
Warranty 1 year warranty
Freezer
Frost Free
Colour
Colour Black
Energy Details
Energy efficiency rating A+
Technical details
Maximum Noise Level 40dB
Form Factor freestanding
Freezer capacity (usable space) 177litre
Fridge Capacity (Usable Space) 344litre
Split 50/50
Weight & dimensions
Height of appliance 177cm
Width of appliance 90cm
Depth of appliance 66cm
 
 
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