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  • Bosch KSV33VW30G White

    Energy Efficient (A++), Freestanding, Volume 324
    £499 (+ £4.99 P&P)
  • Bosch KIR81AF30G White

    Freestanding, Volume 321, Noise Level 37
    £873.99 Free Delivery
  • 4.5 star rating

    Zanussi ZRG11600WA White

    4.5 star rating
    Energy Efficient (A+), Freestanding, Volume 102, Noise Level 37
    £119 Free Delivery
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  • Hotpoint HLA1 Integrated

    Energy Efficient (A+), Integrated, Volume 146, Noise Level 37
    £319 Free Delivery
  • Samsung RS7527BHCBC/EU American Fridge Freezer - Black

    The Twin Cooling Plus System uses two separate air flows and precise temperature control t... more
    £899 (+ £1.00 P&P)
  • 5 star rating

    Hotpoint RLAAV22P White

    5 star rating
    Energy Efficient (A+), Freestanding, Volume 126
    £159 Free Delivery
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  • Candy CSC1745BE Tall Fridge Freezer - Black

    This sleek Candy 55cm wide large capacity fridge freezer comes in a stylish finish and has... more
    £239.99 (+ £1.00 P&P)
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    Bosch KUR15A50GB Integrated

    4.5 star rating
    Energy Efficient (A+), Integrated, Volume 138, Noise Level 38
    £339 (+ £4.99 P&P)
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    Miele K 12020 S-1 White White

    5 star rating
    Energy Efficient (A+), Freestanding, Volume 163, Noise Level 38
    £329 Free Delivery
  • Smeg FAB32LNA Freestanding Fridge Freezer, A++ Energy Rating, Left-Hand Hinge, 60cm Wide, Pastel Blue

    Shop for Smeg FAB32LNA Freestanding Fridge Freezer, A++ Energy Rating, Left-Hand Hinge, 60... more
    £1629 Free Delivery
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    Swan SR11030CN Cream

    5 star rating
    Energy Efficient (A+), Mini Fridge, Volume 130, Noise Level 42
    £344 Free Delivery
  • LG GSL760PZXV American Style Fridge Freezer, A+ Energy Rating, 90cm Wide, Silver

    Ideal for large homes, the LG GSL760PZXV American Style Fridge Freezer will solve every on... more
    £919 Free Delivery
  • Beko LSG1545W White

    £219 (+ £4.99 P&P)
  • Hoover HSC185WE/1 Freestanding Fridge Freezer, A+ Energy Rating, 60cm Wide, White

    The Hoover HSC185WE/1 Freestanding Fridge Freezer is a no-frills family-sized appliance wi... more
    £264 Free Delivery
  • Essentials CUR55W12 Integrated

    Energy Efficient (A+), Integrated, Volume 97
    £119.99 Free Delivery
  • S71700TSXO

    S71700TSWO A++ Energy Rated Under Counter Larger Fridge in Stainless Steel. 850mm x 595mm ... more
    £389 Free Delivery
  • 4.5 star rating

    Beko BL21 Integrated

    4.5 star rating
    Energy Efficient (A+), Integrated, Volume 128
    £219 (+ £4.99 P&P)
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    Indesit SIAA12SI Silver

    4.5 star rating
    Energy Efficient (A+), Freestanding, Volume 342
    £239 Free Delivery
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    Indesit TFAA10 White

    4.5 star rating
    Energy Efficient (A+), Freestanding, Volume 105
    £149 Free Delivery
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    Fridgemaster MBUL60133 Integrated

    4.5 star rating
    Energy Efficient (A+), Integrated, Volume 133
    £179 Free Delivery
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  • Hotpoint HS1801AA Integrated

    Energy Efficient (A+), Integrated
    £439 Free Delivery
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  • Bush BSFF50152B Fridge Freezer- Black.

    Compact and convenient, this tall fridge freezer has plenty of storage for both fresh and ... more
    £179.99 (+ £1.00 P&P)
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    Indesit TLAA 10 White

    4.5 star rating
    Energy Efficient (A+), Freestanding, Volume 127
    £123 Free Delivery
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  • Hotpoint RLFM171P White

    Energy Efficient (A+), Freestanding, Volume 342
    £239 Free Delivery
  • Lec R50052W White

    Freestanding, Volume 45
    £99 Free Delivery
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  • Montpellier MAB340C Cream

    Energy Efficient (A+), Freestanding, Volume 311
    £409 Free Delivery
  • Essentials CTT50W15 White

    Energy Efficient (A+), Mini Fridge
    £69 Free Delivery
  • Bosch Low Frost KGE49BW41G Fridge Freezer, A+++ Energy Rating, 70cm Wide, White

    Boasting an impressive A+++ energy rating and enduring performance, the Bosch KGE49BW41G f... more
    £569 Free Delivery
  • Miele K12820SDEDTCLST

    Miele Refrigeration A+ Energy Rating Fridge with 390L/13.7cuft Net Capacity in Clean Steel... more
    £1149 Free Delivery
  • ZRA40113WA

    The ZRA40113WA is a tall fridge from Zanussi that is rated A+ for its energy rating. It of... more
    £399 Free Delivery
  • Hotpoint NCD191 L Fridge Drawer - White

    The Hotpoint Luce NCD191L are 2 individual drawers with soft mechanism 150L worth of stora... more
    £928.99 (+ £1.00 P&P)
  • Samsung RB29FSRNDWW/EU Fridge Freezer - White/Exp.Del

    Conveniently maximise your storage space with the RB29FSRNDWW/EU. The Easy Slide shelf is ... more
    £499.99 (+ £1.00 P&P)
  • Hotpoint LAG85N1IKH Frost Free Fridge Freezer - Black

    The Hotpoint LAG85N1IKH Fridge Freezer comes in black. The Multi-Use drawer in the fridge ... more
    £379.99 (+ £1.00 P&P)
  • Russell Hobbs RH54FF170R Fridge Freezer - Red

    The fridge freezer offers great functionality in a stylish design. The appliance is rated ... more
    £349.99 (+ £1.00 P&P)
  • Bosch KIN85AF30G

    The Bosch KIN85AF30G built in fridge freezer offers you and your family all the capacity y... more
    £874 Free Delivery
  • Liebherr T1700

    The T1700 combines a sleek, modern design with plenty of useful features to create the ide... more
    £279 Free Delivery
  • Liebherr T1810

    The Liebherr T1810 undercounter fridge can store all your food and drinks in a perfect tem... more
    £259 Free Delivery
  • T1404

    The T1404 fridge from Liebherr is available in a stylish white colour that has been rated ... more
    £229 Free Delivery
  • Hisense RL423N4AC1 Free Standing Larder Fridge in Stainless Steel Effect

    Hisense RL423N4AC1 Free Standing Larder Fridge in Stainless Steel Effect
    £349 Free Delivery
  • Miele KFN29132D Freestanding Fridge Freezer, A++ Energy Rating, 60cm Wide, White

    In a tall, sleek design, the KFN29132D Freestanding Fridge Freezer from Miele is sure to b... more
    £899 Free Delivery

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The Crowdstorm fridges buyer's guide

Fridges are a focal point in most kitchens and a household essential for keeping food fresh and tasty - not to mention keeping those all-important beers and bottles of wine cool, of course!

But online fridge comparison can be a daunting task, as it isn't the kind of purchase we make very often. That's where Crowdstorm can help. 

Below you'll find all the basic information you need to make an informed buying decision - while above you'll find all the best deals from your favourite online and high street retailers! So whether you're looking for a super cool Smeg fridge or a stylish Sub-Zero refrigerator, just pop your feet up, put a drink on to chill and let us do the hard work for you…

Types of refrigerators

Standard fridges: If you have a separate fridge and freezer then a standard-sized fridge may be the best option for you, especially if you have a family or live with multiple people. A standard fridge is around 85cm in height and is a great space-saving solution, fitting nicely under a kitchen worktop or into a tight space.

Tall fridges: A tall fridge, normally around 130cm in height, will give you maximum storage and space. If you have a large family or like to bulk buy food this is probably the best option for you. Make sure that you have plenty of space before buying a tall fridge as it could prove to be quite a squeeze otherwise!

Under-counter fridges: Also called 'compact fridges', these are a great buy if you’re short of space or live in a small household. At up to 60cm in height these mini marvels can squeeze into a tight space or slot nicely under a worktop to leave maximum space.

Integrated refrigerators: If you like to keep your kitchen looking neat and orderly then an integrated fridge was made for you. Integrated fridges have a front panel that matches the rest of your kitchen units, making it completely hidden when the door is closed. Have fun watching new guests trying to find it!

Chest fridges: While stand-up fridges are great for ease of access to all your stored items, sometimes you just want a big space to throw a lot of frozen goods into. That's where chest refrigerators come into their own. 

Slimline refrigerator: Once again, slimline models do what they say on the tin. These fridges tend to be just 45-50cm wide, making them perfect for small kitchens.

American fridges: If you're lucky enough to have a home and budget big enough, it's hard to resist the lure of an American-style refrigerator. They're bigger than a standard UK fridge, giving you more space for both fresh and frozen food, while tend to have features such as bottle racks, fast-freeze and cold drink dispensers/ice makers as standard. They also look great! On the downside though, they're expensive to run and can struggle to keep all that space at a properly chilled level - meaning you could end up with more wasted food if you're not really using its space to its potential.

Storage capacity

Storage capacity is measured in litres rather than physical dimensions:

  • 100-250 litres is ideal for a household of 1-2 people, giving you enough capacity for a week’s worth of shopping.
  • 200-450 litres is perfect for a medium sized family or household of 3 or 4 people.
  • 450+ litres will be large enough for a big family or household of more than 5.

Refrigerator energy efficiency

Fridges have an EU-rated energy efficiency/performance rating, from A-G, with A being the most economical and G being the least and Trading Standards are responsible for monitoring standardized tests across the industry to regulate manufacturers’ ratings.

Some online retailers also have fridges that are even more efficient than A-rated models. These are A+ and A++.

  • A+ models achieve up to 10% reduction in energy consumption compared with A models.
  • A++ models can reduce energy consumption by up to 20%.

The higher graded the model the more money you’re likely to save in the long run, using less electricity and reducing the impact of carbon dioxide on the environment.

It may be the case that the more expensive the model of fridge the higher graded it will be and the more energy-saving features there’ll be. This isn’t to say that a cheap fridge won’t be energy efficient, in fact most machines will feature energy-saving specifications to reduce your energy bill, such as alerts when the temperature is getting too high or the door is open.

To get an idea of annual running costs, independent retailers may provide this information for you

Fridge features to look out for

The following features are ones that you may like to look out for when shopping your ideal fridge:

  • Auto defrost: Automatically controls the temperature and moisture to avoid build-up of ice
  • Adjustable thermostat: Allows you to adjust the temperature inside your fridge.
  • Temperature warning light: Alerts you when the temperature inside the fridge is too low to keep food fresh.
  • Ice box: Allows you to store ice or small frozen goods in a smaller fridge that doesn't have a large freezer section.
  • Antibacterial coating: A coating designed to kill germs and keep your fridge more hygienic.
  • Chill section: Normally colder than the rest of the fridge, a chill section is designed for keeping meats, fish and poultry fresh.
  • Bottle grip: stops bottles from falling over in trays in the fridge door.
  • Shelves and fixtures: Look for plenty of compartments and places specifically designed for foodstuffs, such as egg holders and bottle racks. Pull-out drawers and separate areas for different foods are always useful.
  • Wipe-clean shelves: Allow for easy cleaning.

What should I do with my old refrigerator?

It is important to dispose of your old fridge in an environmentally friendly way, particularly as old fridges, made before 2000, may contain CFC gases that are harmful to the environment.
Many retailers will dispose of your old fridge when you buy a new one, or alternatively ask your local council for details of how to clear your old model safely.

What next?

Once you've decided on your perfect refrigerator by comparing them at Crowdstorm, the difficult part of the process is over.

All you need to do next is click on the deal you like to be taken to the appropriate page on the website of the online or high street retailer of your choice. From there you simply complete the buying process with them as usual.

Remember - Crowdstorm isn't a retailer. We just give you access to our database of all the best offers from the UK's leading stores. And the best part is we don't even take any commission from you, as we make our money from advertising. Happy shopping!