This Beko CFG1691DB comes with a non plumbed water dispenser, which will allow you to dispense water straight from the fridge door. This is fed from a water tank inside the fridge, which you manually fill, the tank has been well designed and does not take up too much space on the fridge door.
Boasting one of the largest freezer capacities in the market for a 60cm wide fridge freezer, it’s great if you freeze a lot of food. There is also an open door alarm on the fridge door which could help to prevent your food from spoiling.
It is frost free so you don’t have to waste time defrosting the freezer, plus it comes with Freezer Guard technology, so the freezer is guaranteed to keep your food safely frozen, even in ambient temperatures down to -15°C , ideal if you want to place your fridge freezer in an unheated part of the house, like the garage.
A nice feature in the freezer is the ice bank tray where you can make and separately store ice cubes and in the fridge there is a wine rack which can be used to store wine and other large bottles.
It has an A+ energy rating which is standard for a fridge freezer.
Remember to take a read through my fridge freezer guide before you make your purchase.
What’s the best price for the Beko CFG1691DB?
If you are interested in buying the Beko CFG1691DB, then make sure you don’t pay over the odds.
The maximum price you should be paying for the Beko CFG1691DB is £380, but the best price would be below £350.
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