Whirlpool WBV33992NFCIX prices: fridge freezer
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|Width in cm||59.5|
|Height in cm||187.5|
|Depth in cm||66.0|
|Net capacity refrigerator (Litres)||218|
|Net capacity freezer (Litres)||97|
|Noise level (Decibels)||42|
|Number of doors||2|
The WBV33992NFCIX looks very cool in inox and it comes with some great technology that’ll help keep your food fresher for longer.
The Activ 0° drawer stays at, you guessed it, 0°, which is the perfect temperature for keeping your meat and fish fresh. It has 6th SENSE Fresh Control too. This keeps your food in good shape for up to 4 times longer than your bog standard fridge, thanks to special sensors that react to temperature changes. Impressive.
There’s plenty of space on offer too. The fridge holds 218 litres of room, which is spread across 3 shelves and lots of door storage too. The freezer has 3 drawers, holding 97 litres in total, making it better for those who get through more fresh than frozen food. It is frost free though, so you can forget all about defrosting; it’ll do it all for you.
It’s rated A++ for energy efficiency too, which means that it’ll be really cheap to run. It won’t cost you much more than £30 a year, which is great when you think that you’ll have it switched on 24 hours a day.
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