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Beko FS 166020

Beko FS 166020 Freezer

65L 480mm 820mm Freestanding Nov 2012
Net Capacity Width Height Case Design Release Date
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Beko Freezers Have Excellent Reviews

Freezers produced by Beko generally have excellent ratings compared to other manufacturers.

Short

Freezers of this spec and age have heights of between 510mm and 1,500mm. The FS 166020 is fairly short (only 820 millimeters) compared to most of the other low net capacity freezers that were released more than two years ago.

Other freezers with a taller height that you might want to look at include the Gorenje FIU6092 (£518.40) (820mm), the Fagor CIV-830 (£269.99) (820mm), or the Neff GU145L (£625.29) (820mm).

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Very Low Noise Level

Freezers that were released around the same time as the FS 166020 have noise levels of between 35dB and 45dB, and the average noise level is 40dB. With a noise level of only 37 decibels, the FS 166020 has a quite low noise level compared to most of the other comparable spec freezers that were released around the same time as the FS 166020.

Freezers with a higher noise level that might be worth looking at include the Bosch GID14A50 (£308.00) (36dB).

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Shallow

Across all the freezers of this spec and age the depths range from 440mm to 760mm, and the average depth is 570mm. The FS 166020 is fairly shallow (only 530 millimeters) compared to most of the other similar spec freezers that were released around the same time as the FS 166020.

Other freezers with a deeper depth that you might want to look at include the Bosch GID14A50 (£308.00) (542mm), or the Gorenje F4091 (£246.46) (540mm).

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Light

The lightest freezer that is a comparable age to the FS 166020 is 15kg heavy and the heaviest is 47kg. With a weight of only 24 kilograms, the FS 166020 is one of the lighter freezers of this type and age amongst low net capacity freezers of this age.

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Very Narrow

The FS 166020 is one of the narrower low net capacity freezers that have been available for more than two years (only 480 millimeters) amongst freezers of this age. The average width of comparable spec freezers that were released more than two years ago is 560mm, and the widths range from 430mm to 850mm.

If you are not worried about having a wider width then you might want to consider the Gorenje FI4061 (£258.49) (540mm), or the Amica GB 15341 (£103.57) (475mm).

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3 Other reasons to consider the Beko FS 166020

Running Costs Are Average

This low net capacity freezer has an energy efficiency rating of A+, and the average running cost of the FS 166020 is £416 over 24 years based on typical usage levels and energy prices, which is typical compared to the other 113 freezers of this age and type.

Released Over Four Years Ago

Beko released the FS 166020 over four years ago.

Average Storage Time During Power Failure

At 15 hours, the FS 166020 has a relatively average storage time during power failure compared to most of the other freezers of a comparable spec and age to the FS 166020.

If you are looking for a freezer with a longer storage time during power failure then you might want to look at the Hoover HFZE54 (£189.99) (16h).

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Total running cost over 10 years £415.95
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Running this freezer over 10 years will generate 2.1 tonnes of carbon dioxide (CO2).
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To offset that much CO2 you would need to plant 53 tree seedlings and grow them for 10 years.

Product Identifiers

Manufacturer Part Numbers 114536, fs166020, beko hpl85x48x60
Barcodes 00000040027329, 08690769371057

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See How Other Freezers Compare to the Beko FS 166020

Bosch GID14A50 vs Beko FS 166020

Bosch GID14A50 vs Beko FS 166020
Bosch GID14A50 Beko FS 166020
£ 308.00
Eleven Months Newer
Better Energy Efficiency Rating
2kg/24h Larger Freezing Capacity
Shorter
10kg Heavier
Wider

Gorenje FI4061 vs Beko FS 166020

Gorenje FI4061 vs Beko FS 166020
Gorenje FI4061 Beko FS 166020
£ 258.49
Higher Energy Efficiency Rating
Eight Months Newer
245mm Shorter
£9.39 Cheaper to Run
Vastly Smaller Freezing Capacity
Lower Net Capacity

Essentials C61CF13 vs Beko FS 166020

Essentials C61CF13 vs Beko FS 166020
Essentials C61CF13 Beko FS 166020
£ 84.99
Better Energy Efficiency Rating
Eight Months Newer
9h Longer Storage Time During Power Failure
14% Cheaper to Run
12% Heavier
A Little Lower Net Capacity
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