John Lewis JLCH145 review
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- Not frost-free
The John Lewis JLCH145 chest freezer has a light inside and a counterbalanced lid, so you won't have to hold it open while you're rummaging around at the bottom. But will it keep food frozen at the right temperature, without bumping up your electricity bill? Read our expert review to find out how well this freezer did in our tests.
- Pros and cons
- What is it?
- Does it freeze food quickly?
- Does it maintain a stable temperature in hot and cold rooms?
- How energy efficient is it?
- How easy is it to use and clean?
- Is there anything else I should know?
- Should I buy it?
First reviewed by Which?
- Testing methodThis model was tested after we changed our freezer test programme in April 2018. For full details on how we've changed our testing, head to our guide on 'how we test freezers'.
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