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SIA LFS01WH 48cm White Freestanding 91L Under

SIA LFS01WH 48cm White Freestanding 91L Under Counter Larder Fridge            [Energy Class F]

SIA LFS01WH 48cm White Freestanding 91L Under Counter Larder Fridge [Energy Class F]

  • 2 Years Parts & Labour Guarantee
  • Reversible Door
  • Temperature Control
  • Adjustable Legs
  • 3 Door Shelves

SKU: B01KVPYD6A
Weight: 20 kg
Dimensions: 44.7 x 47.9 x 84.5 cm; 20 kg
Brand: SIA
Part: LFS01WH
Colour: White
Batteries Required: No
Batteries Included: No
Colour: White

Product Description

If you are looking for a free-standing fridge that can fit underneath a counter, then look no further than the SIA LFS01WH. Its small, compact design allows it to fit nicely into any room in your house without compromising storage space. With adjustable feet, an interior light and 3 glass shelves, it is sure to provide you with a solution to your cold storage problems. As an SIA product you get access to high quality products without the expensive cost!

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Features

Reversible door

Adjustable legs

6 setting temperature control

Interior light

Recessed handle

Accessories

3 Removable interior shelves

3 Removable door compartments

Technical Specification

Net capacity fridge (L): 90

Gross capacity fridge (L): 92

Installation: free-standing / under-counter

Noise level (dBa): 41

Dimensions (mm): W479 x D447 x H845

Net/gross weight (kg): 20 / 23

Old energy classification: A+

New energy classification: F

Back when energy labels were first introduced 20 years ago, the rating system was fairly simple. An A for the most energy efficient appliances and F for the lowest. But things got a little more complicated as new, more efficient products started coming out. That's how we've ended up with ratings of A+, A++ and even A+++ in the mix. As appliances got better over time, more and more ended up in the A+ to A+++ category. That made things confusing, since it was harder to tell which appliances actually used less energy. This new change will cut through that confusion. Now appliances will be rated from A to G – nice and easy!