This Bush MCF99BL black chest freezer will need to be manually defrosted from time to time, it is best to do this when you see ice start to form, otherwise the ice will start to take some of your storage capacity and the compressor will have to work harder to cool your food through all that extra ice.
A big question most people ask when buying a chest freezer is – can I keep it in a garage or outbuilding? It seems with this model that the minimum ambient temperature where you can keep it needs to be 10°c. Bear this in mind as if you do place it in a room that falls below 10°c, it may invalidate the warranty.
You can set the temperature from the dial at the front of the chest freezer and there is also a warning light which will alert you if the temperature rises to unsafe levels. A basket inside the freezer will allow you to store your most commonly used items.
There is no internal LED light to enable you to easily find what you are looking for, however it does have a counterbalanced lid, so you don’t have to worry about it hitting you on the head when you are retrieving food.
It has an A+ energy rating which is standard for a chest freezer.
Remember to take a read through my fridge freezer guide before you make your purchase.
What’s the best price for the Bush MCF99BL?
If you are interested in buying the Bush MCF99BL chest freezer, then make sure you don’t pay over the odds.
The maximum price you should be paying for the Bush MCF99BL is £120, but the best price would be below £100
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