Deal of the week: save over £60 on this Smeg fridgeIs this stylish Smeg fridge worth the money?
19 July 2013
This attractive Smeg fridge is currently reduced by £61 at mychoice.co.uk. Now £928, it's the cheapest we have seen.
This retro Smeg fridge is available at this cheaper price in red, cream, black or grey, so you're sure to find the right colour for your kitchen. Smeg claims this fridge offers great performance and energy efficiency, keeping your food fresh and saving you money.
That sounds ideal, but how quickly does it really chill your food and how well will it keep the temperature? Is it really very energy efficient, or will you just be paying for style?
See our full expert review of the Smeg FAB28Q fridge to find out.
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- We expose the fridges that chill at uneven temperatures, and have warm pockets and icy patches.
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Deal of the week
Spotted this Smeg FAB28Q fridge for less elsewhere? Let us know – email firstname.lastname@example.org with the details. All prices correct at 10am on Friday 19 July 2013.
Visit the mychoice.co.uk website to see details of how to buy this Smeg FAB28Q fridge.
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