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Haier BD-519RAA 165cm Wide 519 Litre Chest Freezer - White BD-519RAA

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Haier BD-519RAA 165cm wide 519 Litre Chest Freezer - White

The Haier BD519RAA chest freezer is low energy consuming with an enormous 519 litres of space inside which has room for around 27 bags of shopping, making it a perfect solution for families with a large frozen food shop. It comes in handy for storing party foods if you are preparing for an occasion or for pre-preparing meals if you like to cook in bulk and freeze for later.

Smart Door

The door has been specially designed with a counter weight balance so it won’t slam shut when opening and closing which can be really helpful when loading all of your shopping.

Convenient Features

On the inner lid, there is an interior light to provide visibility when searching for your produce in the freezer and you also have two moveable baskets so you can store your items that you may use daily for easy access.

Super Freeze

The super freeze function can be used to quickly freeze perishable foods to help lock in the nutrients that can be lost with traditional freezing , this will help to keep your newly purchased food at the right temperature right from the start without spoiling any foods that are already in the freezer.

Lower Utility Bills

With an energy class rating of A+ it uses up to 25% less energy, helping you save on your bills.

Key Features

  • Super Freeze to rapidly freeze new items to lock in nutrients and freshness
  • Counter-balanced lid so it doesn't slam shut
  • Large 519 litre capacity
  • A+ Energy rating
  • 2 Baskets and 1 door compartment
  • In-lid light
  • Manual defrost
  • Power failure safe storage mode: 35 hours
  • Warranty: 2 Years
  • Lockable lid
  • Dimensions: (H)85 x (W)165 x (D)75cm

 
 
 
 
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