Beko CF625W review
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The Beko CF625W doesn't cost the earth and isn't too large, so it might be ideal if you're after a cheap chest freezer but are short on floor space. Our lab tests reveal it isn't the easiest chest freezer to use, but is it so great at its main job of freezing food that we think it's worth the hassle? Don't miss our full review to find out.
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- Should I buy it?
- Height86 cm
- Depth73 cm
- Testing methodThis model was tested before we changed our freezer test programme in 2018. For full details on how we've changed our testing, head to our guide on 'how we test freezers'.
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