Fridge reviews: Owners' views
81%The customer score for the best-love fridge brand
Thousands of Which? members have told us how happy they are with their brand of fridge. We've compiled customer scores for 17 of the biggest brands, including Beko, Bosch, Hotpoint and Samsung.
If you simply want to find out which fridges make the grade as Best Buys head straight to our fridge reviews.
Fridge owners’ views
Over 2,700 Which? members have told us what they think about their fridge brand. The best-loved brand achieves an impressive customer score of 81%, while the least popular only manages a lacklustre 53%. The Which? customer score shown in the table is a combination of owners' satisfaction with their brand and how likely they'd be to recommend it to a friend.
You can see and compare customer scores for fridge brands, including AEG, Beko, Bosch, Hotpoint, Indesit, John Lewis, Lec, Liebherr, Miele, Neff, Samsung, Whirlpool and Zanussi, in the table below.
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Owners' views matter
The gap between the most- and the least-loved fridge brand is vast, and could mean the difference between you choosing a great fridge or one that will cause you no-end of problems.
Fridge reviews you can trust
A fridge may look sleek and stylish in the shop, but how do you know it'll keep your food perfectly chilled to help it last longer? When we test fridges we carry out up to 215 checks, measurements and tests in our temperature-controlled laboratory to help you buy the best freestanding or built-in fridge for your money.
Which? is independent - we work for you, the consumer, so you can be sure that our product recommendations are influenced only by our test results. We don't take advertising and we buy all the products that we test ourselves, so our advice helps you to make the right choice first time and avoid costly mistakes.