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Hotpoint-Ariston FF200

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Cool Kitchen
11 June 2010
  • Excerpt: fridge freezer is one of those household appliances which you’ll love to have in your kitchen. This fridge freezer will surprise you in a lot of ways. First, despite its sophisticated features, this fridge freezer is energy efficient so you won’t have to shell out a lot of money for your electricity consumption. This fridge freezer also boasts of wide and spacious interiors that will give you a lot of flexibility when storing your food items.
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Cool Kitchen
6 May 2010
  • Excerpt: . This is a very sophisticated, spacious, and energy efficient fridge-freezer that guarantees only the freshest and most flavorful foods and beverages. It is equipped with numerous features that not only safeguard the freshness of the items, but also its hygiene. There is enough space to accommodate all shapes and sizes both inside the fridge and freezer with its numerous compartments and shelves.
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Hotpoint FF200EP White

18 December 2008
  • Excerpt: The traditional fridge-over-freezer design is the more common and often more practical format that tends to fit better in UK kitchens.
  • Pros: Hotpoint has made the most of its standard 60cm wide footprint to offer a surprisingly generous net capacity of 285 litres in all – that’s a lot of orange juice! The freezer section is frost-free, so you’ll never get a build-up of ice or seizing of the drawers and its ‘fast freeze’ feature means you can freeze large items like a turkey or a head (of lettuce, why what did you think we were talking about?) within 24 hours. The fridge section has some useful compartments...
  • Cons: When we say that the external design is very bland, we’re talking boiled chicken bland. There’s no flavour to this whatsoever. No fancy sheeny black design, no cute LCD displays, nothing. Nada. Nowt. There’s not much innovation inside either.
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