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2 Reasons For
Bosch Has Excellent Reviews for Its Fridges
Refrigerators produced by Bosch have an average rating of 93 out of 100, which is in the top 1% of all refrigerator brands that we have assessed.
Running Costs Are Low
This fridge has an energy efficiency rating of A++. The KSV33VW30G is one of the more economic to run fridges of this age and spec that we have assessed for 24 year running costs. Based on typical energy prices and usage levels, we estimate the 24 year running cost of the KSV33VW30G is £259.
1 Reason Against
Does Not Have a Water Dispenser
The KSV33VW30G does not have a water dispenser. Most of the other Freestanding fridges that were released around the same time as the KSV33VW30G also do not have a water dispenser.
6 Other reasons to consider the Bosch KSV33VW30G
Released Over a Year Ago
This Bosch refrigerator has been on the market for over a year.
At 600 millimeters, the KSV33VW30G has a fairly average width compared to most of the other fridges of this age and spec.
At 650 millimeters, the Bosch KSV33VW30G has a pretty standard depth compared to most of the other refrigerators of this spec and age.
Alternative fridges with a deeper depth that you might want to look at include the KSV36AW31G (£513.26) (650mm), or the KSV36VL30 (£564.99) (650mm) both from Bosch or the Siemens KS29VVW30 (£519.99) (650mm).
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Average Net Capacity
The KSV33VW30G has a relatively typical net capacity (324 liters) compared to most of the other Freestanding fridges that are a comparable age to the KSV33VW30G.
If you want a refrigerator with a bigger net capacity then you might also want to look at the KSV36VW30G (£509.00) (346L), or the KSV36AW31G (£513.26) (346L) both from Bosch.
The KSV33VW30G has a fairly standard height (1,760 millimeter) compared to most of the other refrigerators that have been available for more than a year.
If you would consider a refrigerator with a taller height then you might want to look at the Smeg UK35PX3 (£409.00) (1,850mm) which is also cheaper.
Average Noise Level
At 39 decibels, the KSV33VW30G has a pretty average noise level compared to most of the other Freestanding fridges that are a similar age to the KSV33VW30G.
SN, SN (Subnormal), SN (Subnormal) - T (Tropical), T, T (Tropical)
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Running this fridge over 10 years will generate 1.3 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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