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The amount of electricity that an appliance consumes, expressed in Kilowatt Hours (kW-h), the lower the figure, the less electricity used, the cheaper it is to run the appliance.
Reveals how effectively an appliance uses energy, the higher the efficiency the more economical it is and the lower the energy bill. A scale from A+ to G indicates efficiency, A+ being most economical, a crucial factor in view of recent energy price rises
A temporary boost of the freezer output, to quickly reduce the temperature of the cabinet and any fresh produce down to the optimum storage temperature (-18). Designed to preserve the texture and flavour of the food.
A system, which maintains sub-zero temperatures without creating frost and ice by forcing cold air directly over the food, this avoids a build-up of ice on the walls and is sometimes described as Dynamic cooling.
An Audible alarm, a Warning light or a combination of both devices, set to alert the user if the temperature inside the cabinet/s becomes too high for safe food storage.
An option allowing the user to place the hinges on either side of the cabinet so that the door/s open to either hand. This is achieved without additional parts or special tools and no need to replace the unit if you wish to change the kitchen layout.
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