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Beko CF625W review

£249.00 Typical price

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Key features
  • Chest
  • Chest
  • Not frost-free

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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  • Pros and cons
  • What is it?
  • What's it great at?
  • Is the anything I should watch out for?
  • Is there anything else I should know?
  • Should I buy it?
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First reviewed by Which?

July 2016

Released

March 2014

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We have tested 68 freezers and found that there are 17 Don't Buys and 12 Best Buys.
Range of Freezer scores
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  2. 58%
    Average score
  3. 87%
    Highest score
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