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2 Reasons For
Quite Large Total Gross Capacity
The Siemens iQ300 has one of the larger total gross capacities (405 liters) amongst Freestanding fridges of this age. The average total gross capacity of comparable spec fridges that were launched around the same time as the iQ300 is 300L, and the total gross capacities range from 46L to 480L.
Fairly Large Total Net Capacity
The smallest total net capacity of refrigerators of this type and age is 22L, the largest is 430L, and the average total net capacity is 240L. With a total net capacity of 401 liters, the Siemens iQ300 has one of the larger total net capacities amongst Freestanding fridges of this age.
7 Reasons Against
Running Costs Are High
This fridge has an efficiency rating of A++, however based on typical energy prices and usage levels we estimate that the 24 year running cost of the iQ300 is £576, which is in the most expensive 8% of all 190 fridges of a similar age and type.
Very Small Freezer Gross Capacity
The Siemens iQ300 has a quite small freezer gross capacity (only 87 liters) compared to most of the other fridges of a comparable type and age to the iQ300. The freezer gross capacities of refrigerators that have been around for around the same time as the iQ300 range from 87L to 170L, and the average freezer gross capacity is 120L.
Does Not Have a Water Dispenser
The Siemens iQ300 does not have a water dispenser, although keep in mind that most of the other Freestanding fridges that have been available for a comparable time to the iQ300 also do not have a water dispenser.
Quite High Energy Usage
The Siemens iQ300 has one of the higher energy usage (0.67 kilowatts hour per 24 hours) amongst comparable spec refrigerators of this age. The energy usage of fridges of a similar age and spec to the iQ300 range from 0.11kWh/24h to 4.5kWh/24h.
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Very High Connected Load
The lowest connected load of Freestanding fridges that have been on the market for more than two years is 50W, the highest is 200W, and the average connected load is 86W. The Siemens iQ300 has one of the highest connected loads (200 Watts) amongst fridges of this age.
The shortest refrigerator that was released around the same time as the iQ300 is 460mm high and the tallest is 2,100mm. The height of the Siemens iQ300 of 1,910 millimeter is one of the tallest amongst fridges of a comparable age and type to the iQ300.
Alternative fridges with a taller height that you might want to look at include the Amica VKS 15110 W (£249.23) (1,430mm and cheaper).
With a weight of 84 kilograms, the Siemens iQ300 is fairly heavy compared to most of the other similar spec refrigerators that have been around for more than two years. Refrigerators that have been on the market for around the same time as the iQ300 have weights of between 11kg and 97kg, and the average weight is 49kg.
3 Other reasons to consider the Siemens iQ300
Released Over Three Years Ago
Siemens released the iQ300 over three years ago.
Average Net Capacity
At 315 liters, the Siemens iQ300 has a fairly standard net capacity compared to most of the other fridges of this spec and age.
If this refrigerator net capacity is too small for you then you might also want to look at the Baumatic BRLF1759SE (328L and cheaper) or the Zanussi ZRA40100WA (£269.00) (395L and higher rated).
Average Noise Level
At 39 decibels, the Siemens iQ300 has a fairly standard noise level compared to most of the other Freestanding fridges that came out around the same time as the iQ300.
There are a number of other 39dB noise level refrigerators currently available that you might also want to consider including cheaper refrigerators such as the Liebherr TP 1410.
If you are not worried about having a louder noise level then you might also want to consider the Miele K 12020 S-1 (£311.00) (40dB), or the Gorenje RVC6169W (£317.74) (39dB).
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Running this fridge over 10 years will generate 2.9 tonnes of carbon dioxide (CO2).
To offset that much CO2 you would need to plant 74 tree seedlings and grow them for 10 years.
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