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3 Reasons For
Bosch Has Excellent Reviews for Its Fridges
Refrigerators produced by Bosch have an average rating of 94 out of 100, which is in the top 1% of all refrigerator brands that we have analysed.
Running Costs Are Low
This Bosch refrigerator is rated A++ for energy efficiency. The KSV29NW30 is in the cheapest 21% of all 64 refrigerators of a similar age and type that we have looked at for running costs. Based on typical usage levels and energy prices, we estimate the KSV29NW30 will cost £252 over 24 years to run.
Very Big Maximum Operating Temperature
With a maximum operating temperature of 43 degrees celcius, the Bosch KSV29NW30 has one of the biggest maximum operating temperatures amongst refrigerators of this age. The maximum operating temperatures of Freestanding fridges that were launched around the same time as the KSV29NW30 range from 32°C to 43°C.
1 Reason Against
Does Not Have a Water Dispenser
Like most of the other fridges of this type and age, the KSV29NW30 does not have a water dispenser.
5 Other reasons to consider the Bosch KSV29NW30
Released Over a Year Ago
Bosch released the KSV29NW30 over a year ago.
At 650 millimeters, the KSV29NW30 has a relatively standard depth compared to most of the other fridges of this spec and age.
If you are not bothered about having a deeper depth then you might also want to consider the AEG S51600TSW2[plb_2803419_price] (612mm and cheaper).
Average Net Capacity
At 290 liters, the KSV29NW30 has a fairly typical net capacity compared to most of the other refrigerators that have been available for a similar time to the KSV29NW30.
If this Freestanding refrigerator net capacity is too small for you then you might want to consider the Baumatic BRLF1759SE[plb_3287230_price] (328L and cheaper).
+3 Other reasons
The KSV29NW30 has a pretty typical height (1,610 millimeter) compared to most of the other Freestanding fridges that came out more than a year ago.
If you don't mind having a taller height then you might want to look at the AEG S51600TSW2[plb_2803419_price] (850mm) which is also cheaper.
Average Noise Level
The KSV29NW30 has a relatively typical noise level (39 decibels) compared to most of the other refrigerators that were released more than a year ago.
If you would consider a fridge with a louder noise level then you might want to look at the AEG S51600TSW2[plb_2803419_price] (38dB and cheaper).
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Total running cost over 10 years
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Running this fridge over 10 years will generate 1.2 tonnes of carbon dioxide (CO2).
To offset that much CO2 you would need to plant 33 tree seedlings and grow them for 10 years.
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