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Gillman's Ice King RL126

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Manufacturer: Gillman's / Cooling Type: Fridges / Energy Efficiency: A

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      18.12.2009 15:33
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      A good first time fridge.

      I decided to buy this fridge when we moved into a new flat. I didn't have a fortune to spend, so basically looked for a reliable budget fridge.

      First thing that springs to mind, is the simplicity. It was easy enough to plug in, and it's a standard 50cm wide/84cm tall, meaning it fits under the counter with an inch or so either side to spare.

      It has three glass shelves (which are adjustable) and a cooler drawer for the vegetables. The door also has 3 compartments. There is also a temperature gauge (so you can adjust how cold you want it) and a light.

      The depth is 50cm which leaves us enough room to store everything a couple needs in their fridge. Admittedly, it is a bit small, but it does the job fine.

      There are a couple of set-backs, there is no egg holder (which would have been a nice novelty to have) and the main compartment on the door is just a sturdy white metal bar to hold the milk (which has come undone once in 1 month). The two smaller compartments on the door are handy for things like cheese, or bottles of drink. However, chocolate bars and smaller items have rolled out of the bottom.

      There are two other ranges of this particular fridge. One has plastic compartments (like the cooler section) in the door, meaning it will hold milk/bottles better and for an extra £20 (approx.) you can get one with a small inbuilt freezer compartment that would hold a pack of burgers, or ice cubes, etc. (But you do loose space in the top compartment if you opt for that one).

      Overall, a reliable budget fridge that keeps food cold....


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