Bauknecht GT 219 A3+ vs Electrolux EC2201AO

Bauknecht GT 219 A3+
Electrolux EC2201AO

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Reasons For

6 Reasons For
Hugely longer storage time during power failure Edit
The Bauknecht GT 219 A3+ has a storage time during power failure of 60h, but the Electrolux EC2201AO is only a 28h storage time during power failure freezer (32h shorter). Read more

The length of time during which freezer can store food without mains power connection.

A lot larger freezing capacity Edit
The Bauknecht GT 219 A3+ has a freezing capacity of 20kg/24h, however the Electrolux EC2201AO is only a 14kg/24h freezing capacity freezer (6kg/24h smaller). Read more

The freezing power is the weight of fresh food that the freezer can freeze from room temperature down to mentioned temperature in 24 hours. It is usually measured in kilograms/24 hours.

5L higher net capacity Edit
The Bauknecht GT 219 A3+ has a net capacity of 215L, but the Electrolux EC2201AO is only a 210L net capacity freezer (5L lower). Read more

The usable storage space of the freezer.

13mm shallower Edit
The Bauknecht GT 219 A3+ is a 652mm deep freezer, whereas the Electrolux EC2201AO is a 665mm deep freezer (13mm deeper).
£277.30 cheaper to run
The Bauknecht GT 219 A3+ only costs £282.00 to run over five years whereas the Electrolux EC2201AO costs £559.30 to run (98% more). Read more
Higher energy efficiency rating
The energy efficiency rating of the Bauknecht GT 219 A3+ is "A+++", but the rating of the Electrolux EC2201AO is "A+".
3 Reasons For
381mm narrower Edit
The Electrolux EC2201AO has a width of 795mm, however the Bauknecht GT 219 A3+ is a 1,176mm wide freezer (381mm wider).
A bit shorter Edit
The Electrolux EC2201AO has a height of 868mm, however the Bauknecht GT 219 A3+ is a 916mm high freezer (48mm taller).
£68 cheaper
The Electrolux EC2201AO is £68.09 cheaper than the Bauknecht GT 219 A3+.

Reasons Against

4 Reasons Against
381mm wider Edit
The Bauknecht GT 219 A3+ is a 1,176mm wide freezer, whereas the Electrolux EC2201AO is a 795mm wide freezer (381mm narrower).
Moderately taller Edit
The Bauknecht GT 219 A3+ is a 916mm high freezer, whereas the Electrolux EC2201AO is an 868mm high freezer (48mm shorter).
£68 more expensive
The Bauknecht GT 219 A3+ is more expensive than the Electrolux EC2201AO by £68.09.
Eight months older
The Bauknecht GT 219 A3+ is older than the Electrolux EC2201AO by eight months.
6 Reasons Against
32h shorter storage time during power failure Edit
The Electrolux EC2201AO has a storage time during power failure of 28h, whereas the Bauknecht GT 219 A3+ is a 60h storage time during power failure freezer (32h longer). Read more

The length of time during which freezer can store food without mains power connection.

A lot smaller freezing capacity Edit
The Electrolux EC2201AO has a freezing capacity of 14kg/24h, but the Bauknecht GT 219 A3+ is a 20kg/24h freezing capacity freezer (6kg/24h larger). Read more

The freezing power is the weight of fresh food that the freezer can freeze from room temperature down to mentioned temperature in 24 hours. It is usually measured in kilograms/24 hours.

5L lower net capacity Edit
The Electrolux EC2201AO has a net capacity of 210L, whereas the Bauknecht GT 219 A3+ is a 215L net capacity freezer (5L higher). Read more

The usable storage space of the freezer.

13mm deeper Edit
The Electrolux EC2201AO has a depth of 665mm, however the Bauknecht GT 219 A3+ is a 652mm deep freezer (13mm shallower).
More expensive to run over five years by 98%
The running costs of the Electrolux EC2201AO are £559.30 which is £277.30 more than the Bauknecht GT 219 A3+ over five years. Show assumptions.
Energy efficiency rating is worse
The Electrolux EC2201AO has an energy efficiency rating of "A+", whereas the Bauknecht GT 219 A3+ has a rating of "A+++".

Date Released

50 months Ago 41 months Ago

Running Costs Over 10 Years

Electricity cost - switched on £ 282.00
Electricity cost - standby £ -
Total running cost £ 282.00
Purchase price £ 348.08
Total cost of ownership £ 630.08
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Electricity cost - switched on £ 559.30
Electricity cost - standby £ -
Total running cost £ 559.30
Purchase price £ 279.99
Total cost of ownership £ 839.29
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Energy Efficiency Class

Environmental Impact

1.4T
Running this freezer over 10 years will generate 1.4 tonnes of carbon dioxide (CO2).
36
To offset that much CO2 you would need to plant and grow them for 10 years.
2.8T
Running this freezer over 10 years will generate 2.8 tonnes of carbon dioxide (CO2).
71
To offset that much CO2 you would need to plant and grow them for 10 years.

Design

Case Design
 Freestanding
 Freestanding
Type
 Chest
 Chest
Shelve/basket
Unknown - Click to provide data 2
Control Type
 Buttons
 Rotary
 Buttons
 Rotary
Colour
 White
 White

Performance

Fast Freeze Function
 Fast freeze function
 Fast freeze function
Noise Level
42dB 42dB
No Frost System
 No frost system
Unknown - Click to provide data
Climate Class
 T
BEST
 T
Star Rating
 4*
 4*
Storage Time During Power Failure
60h
BEST
28h
Freezing Capacity
20kg/24h
BEST
14kg/24h
Net Capacity
215L
BEST
210L

Ergonomics

Cord Length
Unknown - Click to provide data 1.6m
Temperature Alarm
Unknown - Click to provide data
 Temperature alarm
LED Indicator
 LED indicator
Unknown - Click to provide data
Indication Light
 Indication light
 Indication light
Interior Light
 Interior light
 Interior light

Power

Current
Unknown - Click to provide data 10A
AC Input Voltage
 230
 230 - 240
 230
 230 - 240
Annual Energy Consumption
120kWh
BEST
238kWh
Connected Load
Unknown - Click to provide data 80W
Energy Efficiency Class
 A+++
 A+
BEST
 A+++
 A+

Weight & Dimensions

Width
1,176mm 795mm
BEST
Height
916mm 868mm
BEST
Depth
652mm
BEST
665mm
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