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User Reviews Are Excellent
Owners have rated this freezer as brilliant on average.
According to sales data from Amazon, the CF200L is a popular choice amongst customers who bought freezers in the last 3 months.
One customer said in their reviews that the product was compact. Two years ago Pat Snompers wrote on Amazon “A very nice, compact chest freezer”.
LEC Freezers Have Good Reviews
Medium net capacity freezers manufactured by LEC have good ratings on average compared to other brands. We also checked the reviews for all freezers (not just medium net capacity freezers) and found that LEC also has good ratings across its entire range.
With a weight of only 36 kilograms, the LEC CF200L is fairly light compared to most of the other freezers that have been on the market for more than a year. The lightest freezer that came out more than a year ago is 27kg heavy and the heaviest is 85kg.
The shallowest freezer of this age and spec is 540mm deep, the deepest is 770mm, and the average depth is 620mm. With a depth of only 562 millimeters, the LEC CF200L is fairly shallow compared to most of the other freezers that have been available for around the same time as the CF200L.
There are a number of other 562mm deep freezers currently available that you might also want to look at including because of it's better review score, the LEC CF150L (£178.97).
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Across all the freezers that have been on the market for more than a year the heights range from 600mm to 1,900mm, and the average height is 1,500mm. The LEC CF200L is one of the shorter comparable spec freezers that are a similar age to the CF200L (only 830 millimeters) amongst medium net capacity freezers of this age.
Other 830mm high freezers currently available which you might want to consider include the LEC CF150L (£178.97) which has better reviews.
Very Low Connected Load
The lowest connected load of freezers of a comparable age and type to the CF200L is 56W and the highest is 310W. At only 72 Watts, the LEC CF200L has a fairly low connected load compared to most of the other medium net capacity freezers that are a similar age to the CF200L.
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Price Increase of £22.70
The price of the CF200L has increased by £22.70 in the last 15 days.
Quite Short Storage Time During Power Failure
The shortest storage time during power failure of freezers that have been on the market for more than a year is 5h, the longest is 60h, and the average storage time during power failure is 22h. At only 5 hours, the LEC CF200L has a very short storage time during power failure compared to most of the other medium net capacity freezers that are a similar age to the CF200L.
We compared all the other 5h storage time during power failure freezers to this freezer and we think the LEC CF150L (£178.97) which has better reviews is also worth considering.
If this medium net capacity freezer storage time during power failure is not long enough for you then you might also want to consider the Siemens iQ300 (£179.00) (24h).
Only One Shelve/basket
Most comparable spec freezers that are a similar age to the CF200L have between one and eight shelves/baskets, including the LEC CF200L which has one shelve/basket.
The narrowest freezer of this type and age is 540mm wide, the widest is 960mm, and the average width is 620mm. The LEC CF200L is one of the widest similar spec freezers that are a comparable age to the CF200L (960 millimeters) amongst medium net capacity freezers of this age.
Freezers with a wider width that might also be worth considering include the LEC CF150L (£178.97) (772mm) which is also higher rated.
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3 Other reasons to consider the LEC CF200L
Running Costs Are Average
This freezer has an energy efficiency classification of A+. The CF200L is typical compared to the other 62 medium net capacity freezers that came out more than a year ago that we have assessed for 24 year running costs. Based on typical energy prices, we estimate the 24 year running cost of the CF200L is £538.
Released Over a Year Ago
It was over a year ago when this freezer was released.
Average Noise Level
With a noise level of 42 decibels, the LEC CF200L has a relatively standard noise level compared to most of the other medium net capacity freezers that are a comparable age to the CF200L.
There are a number of other 42dB noise level freezers currently available that you might want to consider including because of it's better review score, the Hotpoint FZFM151 (£210.00).
If you would consider a freezer with a higher noise level then you might want to look at the LEC CF150L (£178.97) (41dB and higher rated).
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Running this freezer over 10 years will generate 2.7 tonnes of carbon dioxide (CO2).
To offset that much CO2 you would need to plant 69 tree seedlings and grow them for 10 years.
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