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A Wide Selection Of Fridges, Freezers, And Fridge Freezers In The Beko Range
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If you are considering buying a Beko refrigeration appliance there are a number of things to take into account, including your lifestyle and your everyday needs.
The most common types of refrigeration appliance that are available today are fridge freezers. This makes a lot of sense because you can get both a fridge and a freezer into the same amount of floor space in your kitchen, which is particularly important if you have a small kitchen or live in an apartment which is often the case. The size of your family will also have a bearing on the amount of capacity you need, since if you are just a couple or have one child you will not need as much as if you have two, three, or even four children. If you live alone you will need even less.
The fridge freezers manufactured by Beko come in two types – with either two doors or three doors. Usually the freezer compartment is at the bottom because most people use the fridge far more than the freezer which means less bending down to get things out of the fridge. However, Beko do also provide models where the freezer is at the top.
Then there is the question of capacity. Beko fridge freezers come in 70/30 splits where the fridge has 70% of the capacity and the freezer 30%, 50/50 splits, and 60/40 or 40/60 where the fridge holds 60% and the freezer 40% and vice versa. Depending on your requirements, the fridge freezers come in widths from 55 cm up to 92.5 cm and the heights are from 136 cm to 201 cm.
Beko also produce a range of American style fridge freezers which are ideal for those who would like a larger overall storage capacity, and these come in the typical American two door side by side variety, but there are also multi-door models which provide flexible storage options and are perfect if you like to use the shelves for specific types of food. The American style fridge freezers are larger than others and start at a width of 74 cm going up to 92.5 cm, and the heights are from 177 cm to 185 cm.
Of course, Beko also produce fridges and freezers which are separate units. There are both under the counter and tall fridges depending on your requirements. People who don’t have a big need for storing fresh food or perhaps live on their own can use an under the counter fridge which comes in widths of 47.5 cm to 60 cm and heights of 81.8 cm to 86.6 cm.
The tall fridges come in widths of 54 cm to 60 cm but the heights go from 122 cm to 185 cm. These tall fridges can hold a considerable amount of food and have plenty of adjustable shelves and either one or two crisper drawers. Used in conjunction with a tall freezer they offer a combined storage capacity which is huge.
The Beko freezers are also provided in under the counter models or tall models. There are also chest freezers available which are perfect to use in combination with the main freezer for extra storage. The under the counter models are suitable for those who do not have large freezing needs and come in the same widths as the under the counter fridges, but the heights are from 81.8 cm to 84 cm.
The tall freezers have shelves and storage drawers giving easy access and will accommodate a lot of frozen food. Widths are from 54 cm to 60 cm and the heights from 145 cm to 185 cm.
Beko also make a range of integrated fridges, freezers, and fridge freezers which can be fitted inside a cupboard door so that it matches with the rest of your kitchen.
As for cooling systems, Beko offer manual defrost which is great if you are on a budget, and they only need manually defrosting twice a year. There are also frost free models which defrost themselves automatically so you never need to do it, and there is also their NeoFrost technology which has two separate cooling systems powered by automatic fans which will cool twice as fast and will also not need manual defrosting.
Resource Box: NewLife Appliances supplies a wide choice of fridges, freezers, and fridge freezers, including many from the Beko range of refrigeration.
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