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Moving into an unfurnished house means that there are lots of bits you need to buy for the house and in our case we needed a new fridge and freezer (our kitchen was unfortunately too small for a fridge freezer) and as money was a bit tight I decided to go for this fridge (although mine is actually the LUL55S12 which is the newer version of the one pictured and the one currently available at Currys.
This fridge comes in a mattish silver colour (I was worried about going for a cheap white fridge incase it looked a bit cheap so decided the silver could be a good option as it would wear better.
The fridge itself is quite roomy - it has a storage capacity of 133 litres (my housemate and I manage to get by without even filling it every month. It has three selves (well two and a salad drawer) as well as a roomy door area - including a bottle holder and egg racks. The selves are also adjustable so you can arrange them how you want and to suit your storage needs.
***Setting it up***
This was really simple - we had to leave it to sit for a while off the top of my head I think it was an hour but I left it a day - this was to let the gasses settle down after transportation and beyond that it was really simple to set up. I simply plugged it in arranged the shelves and door racks (which took a matter of moments) and let it cool down and it was ready to go. The temperature is also easily controlled as there is a dial inside the fridge which allows you to set the fridge temperature without having to worry about searching round at the back of the unit as you have to do with some fridges.
***Keeping things cold***
Well I guess this is the most important part of how a fridge works and so far so good. I have it on the middle setting (which I think is about a 3) and it keeps my food fresh and in good condition. It also has never iced up or have too much condensation which is really important too and so far I haven't noticed that things at the back of the fridge freeze to it which can be a problem with other fridges.
I also find it really easy to keep clean - just wipe it down and so far there have been no odd smells (but that probably has more to do with my housemate and I making sure we don't leave food to fester).
The fridge is usually £149.99 from Curry's (although it I on offer for 109.99 at the moment) and it is good value for a pretty decent fridge that I have never had any issues with so far.
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