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Results: Which should I get?


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    Norfrost Freezer - Cheap & Cheerful or Cheap & Nasty?
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    • 2nd Aug 05, 10:10 AM
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    Norfrost Freezer - Cheap & Cheerful or Cheap & Nasty? 2nd Aug 05 at 10:10 AM
    I'm looking for a medium sized chest freezer and found two Efficiency 'A' models of similar size. One is a Norfrost (C6AEW) for £139 + del and the other is a Hotpoint (RC32P) £184 plus del.

    Are Norfrost freezer's any good? Curry's doesn't show warranty details but other sites show it as only 1 year parts & Labour. The Hotpoint has a 5 year parts and 1 year labour warranty.

    IS the Norfrost worth a gamble, with delivery it's coming out at £60 cheaper than the Hotopint.
    Last edited by pealy; 02-08-2005 at 8:51 PM. Reason: Changing the icon to thumbs up
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