This Indesit LD70S1W fridge freezer is classed as ‘Low Frost’, so you will need to still manually defrost the freezer, although Indesit claim you will need to defrost it less than conventional manual defrost fridge freezers. If you do not want the hassle of defrosting the freezer then you should choose a frost free model.
In the fridge, the bright LED lighting will help you to easily find your food and there is a large salad crisper to keep your fruit and vegetables fresh. The drawers in the freezer have clear fronts so you should be able to spot your food more easily without having to open them.
The 70/30 split on this fridge freezer is good if you require a bigger fridge than freezer space, it all depends on your cooling needs and priorities. If you require something with more freezer space, then best to opt for a fridge freezer with a 50/50 split.
It has an A+ energy rating which is standard for a fridge freezer and the noise level is on the low side, so great if you have an open plan living area.
Indesit offer a 10 year guarantee on parts (1 year for labour), but to get this you have to remember to register your warranty and parts are only free if they are fitted by Indesit, read here for more details
Remember to take a read through my fridge freezer guide before you make your purchase.
What’s the best price for the Indesit LD70S1W?
If you are interested in buying the Indesit LD70S1W fridge freezer, then make sure you don’t pay over the odds.
The maximum price you should be paying for the Indesit LD70S1W is £260, anything below this would represent a good deal.
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