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5 Best Freestanding Freezers in the UK - February 2020

Matthew
Updated 14 January 2020
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5 best freestanding freezers 2020

What Freestanding Freezer to Buy in February 2020?

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Liebherr G1223 Beko HSA24530 Siemens GS36NVI30G Gorenje F6152AX Miele F12011S1
Liebherr G1223 Beko HSA24530 Siemens GS36NVI30G Gorenje F6152AX Miele F12011S1
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£679.00 Buy Now
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98L
CAPACITY
43dB
NOISE LEVEL
26h
STORAGE TIME
11kg/24h
FREEZING
CAPACITY
3
SHELVES /
BASKETS
230L
CAPACITY
41dB
NOISE LEVEL
67h
STORAGE TIME
12kg/24h
FREEZING
CAPACITY
2
SHELVES /
BASKETS
237L
CAPACITY
42dB
NOISE LEVEL
25h
STORAGE TIME
20kg/24h
FREEZING
CAPACITY
7
SHELVES /
BASKETS
206L
CAPACITY
40dB
NOISE LEVEL
21h
STORAGE TIME
20kg/24h
FREEZING
CAPACITY
6
SHELVES /
BASKETS
98L
CAPACITY
38dB
NOISE LEVEL
26h
STORAGE TIME
11kg/24h
FREEZING
CAPACITY
3
SHELVES /
BASKETS
73
Brand Rating
Very Good Brand
73
Features
Good Features
67
Popularity
A Less Popular Choice
76
Value for Money
Very Good
68
Age
8 Years Old
86
Running Costs
£490 Over 10 Years
77
Kagoo Score
Very Good
82
Brand Rating
Excellent Brand
85
Features
Fully-Featured
71
Value for Money
Good
90
Age
14 Months Old
88
Running Costs
£480 Over 10 Years
81
Kagoo Score
Excellent
84
Features
Fully-Featured
60
Value for Money
Good
67
Age
8 Years Old
77
Running Costs
£600 Over 10 Years
67
Kagoo Score
Good
89
Brand Rating
Excellent Brand
84
Features
Fully-Featured
64
Value for Money
Good
68
Age
6 Years Old
84
Running Costs
£510 Over 10 Years
77
Kagoo Score
Very Good
78
Brand Rating
Very Good Brand
81
Features
Fully-Featured
73
Popularity
Quite Popular
74
Value for Money
Good
68
Age
4 Years Old
84
Running Costs
£510 Over 10 Years
79
Kagoo Score
Very Good
A very economical to run and good value for money 98L capacity freezer, good for individuals and couples. A very economical to run and newly released 230L capacity freezer, with a good price and a very good spec. A fully featured and economical to run 237L capacity freezer. A very economical to run and fully featured 206L capacity freezer, good for small families. A fully featured and very economical to run 98L capacity freezer, good for individuals and couples. Our review analysis indicates that it's noisy.
8 Reasons For
Fast Freeze Function
No Frost System
Defrost Function
Built-in Display
Reversible Doors
Locking
Temperature Alarm
Better Brand
5 Reasons For
Longer Storage Time During Power Failure
Better Kagoo Score
Newer by Four Years
£120 Cheaper to Run Over Five Years
Energy Efficiency Rating is Higher
9 Reasons For
37% Higher Freezer Capacity
Fast Freeze Function
No Frost System
Icemaker
Larger Freezing Capacity
38% Larger Freezer Capacity
Five More Shelves / Baskets
Reversible Doors
Energy Efficiency Rating is Higher
4 Reasons For
A Lot Larger Freezing Capacity
Defrost Function
Reversible Doors
Better Energy Efficiency Rating
7 Reasons For
Lower Noise Level
Fast Freeze Function
Built-in Display
Reversible Doors
Door Open Alarm
Temperature Alarm
More Shops Are Selling it
13 Reasons Against
Significantly Lower Freezer Capacity
5dB Higher Noise Level
41h Shorter Storage Time During Power Failure
9kg/24h Smaller Freezing Capacity
Hugely Smaller Freezer Capacity
Only Three Shelves / Baskets
Does Not Have a Door Open Alarm
Worse Kagoo Score
£23 More Expensive
Fewer Sellers
Over Seven Years Older
2% Higher Running Costs Over Five Years
Energy Efficiency Rating is Worse
7 Reasons Against
3% Lower Freezer Capacity
A Bit Higher Noise Level
Smaller Freezing Capacity
10% Smaller Freezer Capacity
Five Less Shelves / Baskets
Not As Many Stockists
Worse Brand
8 Reasons Against
Slightly Higher Noise Level
Shorter Storage Time During Power Failure
Worse Kagoo Score
More Expensive by £403
Not As Many Stockists
Older by Over Six Years
Higher Running Costs Over Five Years by £123
Worse Brand
11 Reasons Against
14% Lower Freezer Capacity
5% Higher Noise Level
Significantly Shorter Storage Time During Power Failure
25L Smaller Freezer Capacity
Only Six Shelves / Baskets
Worse Kagoo Score
£171 More Expensive
Less Retailers
Over Five Years Older
More Expensive to Run Over Five Years by 6%
Worse Brand
10 Reasons Against
139L Lower Freezer Capacity
Significantly Shorter Storage Time During Power Failure
A Lot Smaller Freezing Capacity
Only Three Shelves / Baskets
Worse Kagoo Score
£143 More Expensive
Over Three Years Older
More Expensive to Run Over Five Years by 7%
Energy Efficiency Rating is Inferior
Worse Brand
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Liebherr G1223

£299.00
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Liebherr G1223

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Liebherr G1223
98L
CAPACITY
43dB
NOISE LEVEL
26h
STORAGE TIME
11kg/24h
FREEZING
CAPACITY
3
SHELVES /
BASKETS
£488
OVER 10 YEARS
A+

The Liebherr G1223 has a Kagoo Score of 77. With a price tag of £299.00 this freezer is good value for money. For further details check out our full review of the Liebherr G1223 or read our article on whether you should buy a Liebherr freezer.

Features We Love:
Long storage time during power failure (26h)
Temperature alarm
No frost system
Reversible doors
Fast freeze function

A very economical to run and good value for money 98L capacity freezer, good for individuals and couples.

73
Features
Good Features
67
Popularity
A Less Popular Choice
76
Value for Money
Very Good
68
Age
8 Years Old
86
Running Costs
£490 Over 10 Years
77
Kagoo Score
Very Good

8 Reasons For for Choosing the Liebherr G1223

Fast Freeze Function

The Liebherr G1223 has a fast freeze function (as do the Miele F12011S1 and the Siemens GS36NVI30G), however the Beko HSA24530 and the Gorenje F6152AX do not have this feature. More ...

The Fast Freeze function is ideal for freezing fresh food straight from your garden or the supermarket. Lowers the temperature of the freezer to freeze any newly added fresh food quickly. This function preserves the flavour, nutritional value and texture of the food, whilst protecting already frozen food.

A fast freeze function is ideal for quickly freezing a large amount of food - it is especially good for preserving the nutrients in fresh vegetables.

No Frost System

The Liebherr G1223 has a no frost system, and so does the Siemens GS36NVI30G, but the Beko HSA24530, the Gorenje F6152AX and the Miele F12011S1 do not. More ...

A 'No Frost' system reduces the humidity in the freezer, and automatically defrosts from time to time. This means there is little or no ice buildup inside the freezer.

A No Frost system means you don't have to waste time de-frosting the freezer, and it will keep at peak efficiency for longer.

Defrost Function

The Liebherr G1223 has a defrost function (as does the Gorenje F6152AX), whereas the Beko HSA24530, the Miele F12011S1 and the Siemens GS36NVI30G do not have this feature. More ...

A defrost functionality works to remove any ice build up in the freezer.

Ice build up can degrade the efficiency of the freezer, and large amounts of ice may even stop the appliance from working altogether. Defrosting the freezer occasionally can help prolong the life and efficiency of your appliance.

Built-in Display

The Liebherr G1223 has a built-in display (as does the Miele F12011S1), whereas the Beko HSA24530, the Gorenje F6152AX and the Siemens GS36NVI30G do not have this feature. More ...

'Built-In Display' denotes whether the freezer has a display, showing critical information such as the current temperature.

A display allows you to easily see what temperature the freezer is currently at, and whether there are any problems that need to be rectified.

Reversible Doors

The Liebherr G1223 has a reversible doors, and so do the Gorenje F6152AX, the Miele F12011S1 and the Siemens GS36NVI30G, but the Beko HSA24530 does not. More ...

The doors on the device can be moved so they can open from the right hand side (hinged on the left) or the left hand side (hinged on the right).

Reversible doors allow a greater degree of freedom for you to set up your freezer exactly as needed.

Locking

The Liebherr G1223 supports locking, however the Beko HSA24530, the Gorenje F6152AX, the Miele F12011S1 and the Siemens GS36NVI30G do not support this feature. More ...

'Locking' denotes whether the freezer has the capacity to lock.

Locking wine coolers help to keep your food and drink safe from wandering hands.

Temperature Alarm

The Liebherr G1223 has a temperature alarm, and so does the Miele F12011S1, whereas the Beko HSA24530, the Gorenje F6152AX and the Siemens GS36NVI30G do not. More ...

Freezers with a temperature alarm can detect when the temperature inside the freezer has risen too high. This could be because the door has been left open, or due to a power cut or due to a failure on the freezer itself. Once this is detected an audible alarm will sound so that you know to check the freezer.

A temperature alarm will prompt you to check the freezer before it loses too much temperature and food starts to defrost.

Better Brand

Liebherr freezers have an average rating of 95%, but Beko only has an average rating of 92.7%, Gorenje only has an average rating of 83.1%, Miele only has an average rating of 87.5% and Siemens only has an average rating of 81%.

13 Reasons Against for Choosing the Liebherr G1223

Significantly Lower Freezer Capacity

The Liebherr G1223 is a 98 capacity freezer (as does the Miele F12011S1), whereas the Beko HSA24530 is a 230L capacity freezer (132L higher), the Gorenje F6152AX is a 206L capacity freezer (108L higher) and the Siemens GS36NVI30G is a 237L capacity freezer (139L higher). More ...

'Freezer Net Capacity' is the total usable (net) capacity of the freezer, measured in litres.

A higher capacity means that more food can be stored in the freezer at a time.

5dB Higher Noise Level

The Liebherr G1223 is a 43 noise level freezer. That's 2dB higher than the Beko HSA24530 (41dB), 3dB higher than the Gorenje F6152AX (40dB), 5dB higher than the Miele F12011S1 (38dB) and 1dB higher than the Siemens GS36NVI30G (42dB). More ...

The noise level of the freezer, is the noise generated by the freezer's compressor which runs in the background when the freezer is swithced on. The noise level is measured in decibels (dB).

Fewer dB means a quieter freezer, which means it is less likely to be distracting or annoying as it hums along in the background.

41h Shorter Storage Time During Power Failure

The Liebherr G1223 has a storage time during power failure of 26 (as does the Miele F12011S1), whereas the Beko HSA24530 is a 67h storage time during power failure freezer (41h longer), the Gorenje F6152AX is a 21h storage time during power failure freezer (5h shorter) and the Siemens GS36NVI30G is a 25h storage time during power failure freezer (1h shorter). More ...

The length of time during which freezer can store food without mains power connection.

A longer storage time means that there is less chance of your food being defrosted and ruined by an untimely power failure.

9kg/24h Smaller Freezing Capacity

The Liebherr G1223 has a freezing capacity of 11 (as does the Miele F12011S1), but the Beko HSA24530 is a 12kg/24h freezing capacity freezer (1kg/24h larger) and the Gorenje F6152AX and the Siemens GS36NVI30G are both 20kg/24h freezing capacity freezers (9kg/24h larger). More ...

The freezing power is the weight of fresh food that the freezer can freeze from room temperature down to mentioned temperature in 24 hours. It is usually measured in kilograms/24 hours.

A larger freezing capacity means that a larger amount of food can be frozen in a shorter amount of time.

Hugely Smaller Freezer Capacity

Liebherr G1223 is only 101 gross capacity, but the Beko HSA24530 is a 232L gross capacity freezer (131L larger), the Gorenje F6152AX is a 230L gross capacity freezer (129L larger) and the Siemens GS36NVI30G is a 255L gross capacity freezer (154L larger). More ...

The total capacity of the freezer, this is the sum of the capacity for food storage and the capacity of the freezer walls etc.

A higher capacity means that more food can be stored in the freezer at a time.

Only Three Shelves / Baskets

The number of shelves / baskets on the Liebherr G1223 is three, and so does the Miele F12011S1, but the Gorenje F6152AX only has six shelves / baskets and the Siemens GS36NVI30G only has seven shelves / baskets. More ...

The shelf/basket count refers to the amount of shelves and/or baskets in the freezer.

More shelves means more space to store and organise food in your freezer, which is helpful.

Does Not Have a Door Open Alarm

The Liebherr G1223 does not have a door open alarm, whereas the Beko HSA24530, the Gorenje F6152AX, the Miele F12011S1 and the Siemens GS36NVI30G have this feature. More ...

Freezers with a door open alarm can detect when the door has been left open for an unusually long period. Once this is detected an audible alarm will sound so that you know to close the door.

A door alarm will prompt you to close the door before the freezer loses too much temperature and food starts to defrost.

Worse Kagoo Score

The Liebherr G1223 has received a Kagoo Score of 77, whereas the Beko HSA24530 scored 81 and the Miele F12011S1 scored 79.

£23 More Expensive

The Liebherr G1223 is more expensive than the Beko HSA24530 by £23.

Fewer Sellers

Only 2 sellers sells the Liebherr G1223, but 4 sellers sell the Miele F12011S1. More ...

The smaller the number of retailers that stock this freezer, the lower the competition amongst retailers to keep prices low.
Over Seven Years Older

The Liebherr G1223 is older than the Beko HSA24530 by seven years, older than the Gorenje F6152AX by 19 months, older than the Miele F12011S1 by three years and older than the Siemens GS36NVI30G by one month.

2% Higher Running Costs Over Five Years

Over five years the Liebherr G1223 costs £488 to run which is £10 more than the Beko HSA24530. Show assumptions.

Energy Efficiency Rating is Worse

The Liebherr G1223 has a European Union Energy Efficiency Rating of "A+", whereas the Beko HSA24530 has a rating of "A++", the Gorenje F6152AX has a rating of "A++", the Miele F12011S1 has a rating of "A+" and the Siemens GS36NVI30G has a rating of "A++".

The cheapest price that we could find for the G1223 in the UK is £299.00 but in total we found only 2 prices for it.

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Beko HSA24530

£275.99
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Beko HSA24530

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Beko HSA24530
230L
CAPACITY
41dB
NOISE LEVEL
67h
STORAGE TIME
12kg/24h
FREEZING
CAPACITY
2
SHELVES /
BASKETS
£478
OVER 10 YEARS
A++

The Beko HSA24530 has a Kagoo Score of 81. With a price tag of £275.99 this freezer is good value for money. For further details check out our full review of the Beko HSA24530 or read our article on whether you should buy a Beko freezer.

Features We Love:
High freezer capacity (230L - 12 bags of shopping)
Very long storage time during power failure (67h)

A very economical to run and newly released 230L capacity freezer, with a good price and a very good spec.

85
Features
Fully-Featured
71
Value for Money
Good
90
Age
14 Months Old
88
Running Costs
£480 Over 10 Years
81
Kagoo Score
Excellent

5 Reasons For for Choosing the Beko HSA24530

Longer Storage Time During Power Failure

The Beko HSA24530 is a 67 storage time during power failure freezer. That's 46h longer than the Gorenje F6152AX (21h), 41h longer than the Liebherr G1223 and the Miele F12011S1 (26h) and 42h longer than the Siemens GS36NVI30G (25h). More ...

The length of time during which freezer can store food without mains power connection.

A longer storage time means that there is less chance of your food being defrosted and ruined by an untimely power failure.

Better Kagoo Score

The Beko HSA24530 has received a Kagoo Score of 81, but the Gorenje F6152AX scored 77, the Liebherr G1223 scored 77, the Miele F12011S1 scored 79 and the Siemens GS36NVI30G scored only 67.

Newer by Four Years

The Beko HSA24530 was released 14 months ago, but the Gorenje F6152AX was released seven years ago, the Liebherr G1223 was released eight years ago, the Miele F12011S1 was released five years ago and the Siemens GS36NVI30G was released eight years ago

£120 Cheaper to Run Over Five Years

Over five years the Beko HSA24530 is £31 cheaper to run than the Gorenje F6152AX, £10 cheaper to run than the Liebherr G1223, £33 cheaper to run than the Miele F12011S1 and £123 cheaper to run than the Siemens GS36NVI30G. More ...

Energy Efficiency Rating is Higher

The Beko HSA24530 has a European Union Energy Efficiency Rating of "A++", but the Gorenje F6152AX has a rating of "A++", the Liebherr G1223 has a rating of "A+", the Miele F12011S1 has a rating of "A+" and the Siemens GS36NVI30G has a rating of "A++".

7 Reasons Against for Choosing the Beko HSA24530

3% Lower Freezer Capacity

Beko HSA24530 is only 230 capacity. That's 24L higher than the Gorenje F6152AX (206L), 132L higher than the Liebherr G1223 and the Miele F12011S1 (98L) and 7L lower than the Siemens GS36NVI30G (237L). More ...

'Freezer Net Capacity' is the total usable (net) capacity of the freezer, measured in litres.

A higher capacity means that more food can be stored in the freezer at a time.

A Bit Higher Noise Level

The Beko HSA24530 has a noise level of 41, but the Gorenje F6152AX is a 40dB noise level freezer (1dB lower), the Liebherr G1223 is a 43dB noise level freezer (2dB higher), the Miele F12011S1 is a 38dB noise level freezer (3dB lower) and the Siemens GS36NVI30G is a 42dB noise level freezer (1dB higher). More ...

The noise level of the freezer, is the noise generated by the freezer's compressor which runs in the background when the freezer is swithced on. The noise level is measured in decibels (dB).

Fewer dB means a quieter freezer, which means it is less likely to be distracting or annoying as it hums along in the background.

Smaller Freezing Capacity

The Beko HSA24530 is a 12 freezing capacity freezer. That's 8kg/24h smaller than the Gorenje F6152AX and the Siemens GS36NVI30G (20kg/24h) and 1kg/24h larger than the Liebherr G1223 and the Miele F12011S1 (11kg/24h). More ...

The freezing power is the weight of fresh food that the freezer can freeze from room temperature down to mentioned temperature in 24 hours. It is usually measured in kilograms/24 hours.

A larger freezing capacity means that a larger amount of food can be frozen in a shorter amount of time.

10% Smaller Freezer Capacity

The Beko HSA24530 has a freezer gross capacity of 232. That's 2L larger than the Gorenje F6152AX (230L), 131L larger than the Liebherr G1223 (101L) and 23L smaller than the Siemens GS36NVI30G (255L). More ...

The total capacity of the freezer, this is the sum of the capacity for food storage and the capacity of the freezer walls etc.

A higher capacity means that more food can be stored in the freezer at a time.

Five Less Shelves / Baskets

The Beko HSA24530 has two shelves / baskets, however the Gorenje F6152AX only has six shelves / baskets, the Miele F12011S1 only has three shelves / baskets and the Siemens GS36NVI30G only has seven shelves / baskets. More ...

The shelf/basket count refers to the amount of shelves and/or baskets in the freezer.

More shelves means more space to store and organise food in your freezer, which is helpful.

Not As Many Stockists

The Beko HSA24530 is only stocked by 1 store, however the Gorenje F6152AX is stocked by 2 retailers, the Liebherr G1223 is stocked by 2 shops and the Miele F12011S1 is stocked by 4 stores. More ...

Fewer numbers of shops reduces the chances of the product remaining in stock and also reduces the price competition amongst retailers for this freezer.
Worse Brand

Beko freezers have an average rating of only 92.7%, however Liebherr has an average rating of 95%.

The cheapest price that we could find for the HSA24530 in the UK is £275.99 but in total we found only 1 price for it.

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Siemens GS36NVI30G

£679.00
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Siemens GS36NVI30G

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Siemens GS36NVI30G
237L
CAPACITY
42dB
NOISE LEVEL
25h
STORAGE TIME
20kg/24h
FREEZING
CAPACITY
7
SHELVES /
BASKETS
£601
OVER 10 YEARS
A++

The Siemens GS36NVI30G has a Kagoo Score of 67. However with a price tag of £679.00 this freezer is a bit expensive. For further details check out our full review of the Siemens GS36NVI30G or read our article on whether you should buy a Siemens freezer.

Features We Love:
High freezer capacity (237L - 13 bags of shopping)
Large freezing capacity (20kg/24h)
Seven shelves / baskets
Icemaker
Reversible doors

A fully featured and economical to run 237L capacity freezer.

84
Features
Fully-Featured
60
Value for Money
Good
67
Age
8 Years Old
77
Running Costs
£600 Over 10 Years
67
Kagoo Score
Good
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9 Reasons For for Choosing the Siemens GS36NVI30G

37% Higher Freezer Capacity

Siemens GS36NVI30G is 237 capacity. That's 7L higher than the Beko HSA24530 (230L), 31L higher than the Gorenje F6152AX (206L) and 139L higher than the Liebherr G1223 and the Miele F12011S1 (98L). More ...

'Freezer Net Capacity' is the total usable (net) capacity of the freezer, measured in litres.

A higher capacity means that more food can be stored in the freezer at a time.

Fast Freeze Function

The Siemens GS36NVI30G has a fast freeze function, and so do the Liebherr G1223 and the Miele F12011S1, whereas the Beko HSA24530 and the Gorenje F6152AX do not. More ...

The Fast Freeze function is ideal for freezing fresh food straight from your garden or the supermarket. Lowers the temperature of the freezer to freeze any newly added fresh food quickly. This function preserves the flavour, nutritional value and texture of the food, whilst protecting already frozen food.

A fast freeze function is ideal for quickly freezing a large amount of food - it is especially good for preserving the nutrients in fresh vegetables.

No Frost System

The Siemens GS36NVI30G has a no frost system (as does the Liebherr G1223), however the Beko HSA24530, the Gorenje F6152AX and the Miele F12011S1 do not have this feature. More ...

A 'No Frost' system reduces the humidity in the freezer, and automatically defrosts from time to time. This means there is little or no ice buildup inside the freezer.

A No Frost system means you don't have to waste time de-frosting the freezer, and it will keep at peak efficiency for longer.

Icemaker

The Siemens GS36NVI30G has an icemaker, but the Beko HSA24530, the Gorenje F6152AX, the Liebherr G1223 and the Miele F12011S1 do not. More ...

An icemaker is a special device built into the door of the freezer (or sometimes in a separate compartment) that generates ice cubes, ready to be dispensed at a button press.

An icemaker is a helpful little addition to make sure you always have fresh ice on hand for your drinks.

Larger Freezing Capacity

The Siemens GS36NVI30G is a 20 freezing capacity freezer, and so does the Gorenje F6152AX. That's 8kg/24h larger than the Beko HSA24530 (12kg/24h) and 9kg/24h larger than the Liebherr G1223 and the Miele F12011S1 (11kg/24h). More ...

The freezing power is the weight of fresh food that the freezer can freeze from room temperature down to mentioned temperature in 24 hours. It is usually measured in kilograms/24 hours.

A larger freezing capacity means that a larger amount of food can be frozen in a shorter amount of time.

38% Larger Freezer Capacity

The Siemens GS36NVI30G has a freezer gross capacity of 255. That's 23L larger than the Beko HSA24530 (232L), 25L larger than the Gorenje F6152AX (230L) and 154L larger than the Liebherr G1223 (101L). More ...

The total capacity of the freezer, this is the sum of the capacity for food storage and the capacity of the freezer walls etc.

A higher capacity means that more food can be stored in the freezer at a time.

Five More Shelves / Baskets

The Siemens GS36NVI30G has seven shelves / baskets, however the Beko HSA24530 only has two shelves / baskets, the Gorenje F6152AX only has six shelves / baskets and the Miele F12011S1 only has three shelves / baskets. More ...

The shelf/basket count refers to the amount of shelves and/or baskets in the freezer.

More shelves means more space to store and organise food in your freezer, which is helpful.

Reversible Doors

The Siemens GS36NVI30G has a reversible doors (as do the Gorenje F6152AX, the Liebherr G1223 and the Miele F12011S1), however the Beko HSA24530 does not have this feature. More ...

The doors on the device can be moved so they can open from the right hand side (hinged on the left) or the left hand side (hinged on the right).

Reversible doors allow a greater degree of freedom for you to set up your freezer exactly as needed.

Energy Efficiency Rating is Higher

The Siemens GS36NVI30G has a European Union Energy Efficiency Rating of "A++", but the Beko HSA24530 has a rating of "A++", the Gorenje F6152AX has a rating of "A++", the Liebherr G1223 has a rating of "A+" and the Miele F12011S1 has a rating of "A+".

8 Reasons Against for Choosing the Siemens GS36NVI30G

Slightly Higher Noise Level

The Siemens GS36NVI30G has a noise level of 42, but the Beko HSA24530 is a 41dB noise level freezer (1dB lower), the Gorenje F6152AX is a 40dB noise level freezer (2dB lower), the Liebherr G1223 is a 43dB noise level freezer (1dB higher) and the Miele F12011S1 is a 38dB noise level freezer (4dB lower). More ...

The noise level of the freezer, is the noise generated by the freezer's compressor which runs in the background when the freezer is swithced on. The noise level is measured in decibels (dB).

Fewer dB means a quieter freezer, which means it is less likely to be distracting or annoying as it hums along in the background.

Shorter Storage Time During Power Failure

The Siemens GS36NVI30G is a 25 storage time during power failure freezer. That's 42h shorter than the Beko HSA24530 (67h), 4h longer than the Gorenje F6152AX (21h) and 1h shorter than the Liebherr G1223 and the Miele F12011S1 (26h). More ...

The length of time during which freezer can store food without mains power connection.

A longer storage time means that there is less chance of your food being defrosted and ruined by an untimely power failure.

Worse Kagoo Score

The Siemens GS36NVI30G has only received a Kagoo Score of 67, but the Beko HSA24530 scored 81, the Gorenje F6152AX scored 77, the Liebherr G1223 scored 77 and the Miele F12011S1 scored 79.

More Expensive by £403

The Siemens GS36NVI30G is £403 more expensive than the Beko HSA24530, £232 more expensive than the Gorenje F6152AX, £380 more expensive than the Liebherr G1223 and £260 more expensive than the Miele F12011S1.

Not As Many Stockists

The Siemens GS36NVI30G is only stocked by 1 retailer, however the Gorenje F6152AX is stocked by 2 sellers, the Liebherr G1223 is stocked by 2 shops and the Miele F12011S1 is stocked by 4 shops. More ...

Fewer numbers of shops reduces the chances of the product remaining in stock and also reduces the price competition amongst retailers for this freezer.
Older by Over Six Years

The Siemens GS36NVI30G is seven years older than the Beko HSA24530, 18 months older than the Gorenje F6152AX and three years older than the Miele F12011S1.

Higher Running Costs Over Five Years by £123

Over five years the Siemens GS36NVI30G costs £601 to run which is £123 more than the Beko HSA24530, £92 more than the Gorenje F6152AX, £113 more than the Liebherr G1223 and £90 more than the Miele F12011S1. Show assumptions.

Worse Brand

Siemens freezers have an average rating of only 81%, however Beko has an average rating of 92.7%, Gorenje has an average rating of 83.1%, Liebherr has an average rating of 95% and Miele has an average rating of 87.5%.

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Gorenje F6152AX
206L
CAPACITY
40dB
NOISE LEVEL
21h
STORAGE TIME
20kg/24h
FREEZING
CAPACITY
6
SHELVES /
BASKETS
£508
OVER 10 YEARS
A++

The Gorenje F6152AX has a Kagoo Score of 77. With a price tag of £447.09 this freezer is fair value for money. For further details check out our full review of the Gorenje F6152AX or read our article on whether you should buy a Gorenje freezer.

Features We Love:
Lower than average noise level (40dB)
Large freezing capacity (20kg/24h)
Six shelves / baskets
Defrost function
Reversible doors

A very economical to run and fully featured 206L capacity freezer, good for small families.

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Features
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Value for Money
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68
Age
6 Years Old
84
Running Costs
£510 Over 10 Years
77
Kagoo Score
Very Good

4 Reasons For for Choosing the Gorenje F6152AX

A Lot Larger Freezing Capacity

The Gorenje F6152AX has a freezing capacity of 20 (as does the Siemens GS36NVI30G), whereas the Beko HSA24530 is only a 12kg/24h freezing capacity freezer (8kg/24h smaller) and the Liebherr G1223 and the Miele F12011S1 are both only 11kg/24h freezing capacity freezers (9kg/24h smaller). More ...

The freezing power is the weight of fresh food that the freezer can freeze from room temperature down to mentioned temperature in 24 hours. It is usually measured in kilograms/24 hours.

A larger freezing capacity means that a larger amount of food can be frozen in a shorter amount of time.

Defrost Function

The Gorenje F6152AX has a defrost function (as does the Liebherr G1223), however the Beko HSA24530, the Miele F12011S1 and the Siemens GS36NVI30G do not have this feature. More ...

A defrost functionality works to remove any ice build up in the freezer.

Ice build up can degrade the efficiency of the freezer, and large amounts of ice may even stop the appliance from working altogether. Defrosting the freezer occasionally can help prolong the life and efficiency of your appliance.

Reversible Doors

The Gorenje F6152AX has a reversible doors, and so do the Liebherr G1223, the Miele F12011S1 and the Siemens GS36NVI30G, whereas the Beko HSA24530 does not. More ...

The doors on the device can be moved so they can open from the right hand side (hinged on the left) or the left hand side (hinged on the right).

Reversible doors allow a greater degree of freedom for you to set up your freezer exactly as needed.

Better Energy Efficiency Rating

The energy efficiency rating of the Gorenje F6152AX is "A++", however the rating of the Beko HSA24530 is "A++", the rating of the Liebherr G1223 is "A+", the rating of the Miele F12011S1 is "A+" and the rating of the Siemens GS36NVI30G is "A++".

11 Reasons Against for Choosing the Gorenje F6152AX

14% Lower Freezer Capacity

The Gorenje F6152AX has a freezer net capacity of 206, however the Beko HSA24530 is a 230L capacity freezer (24L higher), the Liebherr G1223 and the Miele F12011S1 are both 98L capacity freezers (108L lower) and the Siemens GS36NVI30G is a 237L capacity freezer (31L higher). More ...

'Freezer Net Capacity' is the total usable (net) capacity of the freezer, measured in litres.

A higher capacity means that more food can be stored in the freezer at a time.

5% Higher Noise Level

The Gorenje F6152AX is a 40 noise level freezer. That's 1dB lower than the Beko HSA24530 (41dB), 3dB lower than the Liebherr G1223 (43dB), 2dB higher than the Miele F12011S1 (38dB) and 2dB lower than the Siemens GS36NVI30G (42dB). More ...

The noise level of the freezer, is the noise generated by the freezer's compressor which runs in the background when the freezer is swithced on. The noise level is measured in decibels (dB).

Fewer dB means a quieter freezer, which means it is less likely to be distracting or annoying as it hums along in the background.

Significantly Shorter Storage Time During Power Failure

The Gorenje F6152AX has a storage time during power failure of 21, however the Beko HSA24530 is a 67h storage time during power failure freezer (46h longer), the Liebherr G1223 and the Miele F12011S1 are both 26h storage time during power failure freezers (5h longer) and the Siemens GS36NVI30G is a 25h storage time during power failure freezer (4h longer). More ...

The length of time during which freezer can store food without mains power connection.

A longer storage time means that there is less chance of your food being defrosted and ruined by an untimely power failure.

25L Smaller Freezer Capacity

The Gorenje F6152AX is a 230 gross capacity freezer, whereas the Beko HSA24530 is a 232L gross capacity freezer (2L larger), the Liebherr G1223 is a 101L gross capacity freezer (129L smaller) and the Siemens GS36NVI30G is a 255L gross capacity freezer (25L larger). More ...

The total capacity of the freezer, this is the sum of the capacity for food storage and the capacity of the freezer walls etc.

A higher capacity means that more food can be stored in the freezer at a time.

Only Six Shelves / Baskets

The Gorenje F6152AX is a six shelf / basket freezer, whereas the Siemens GS36NVI30G only has seven shelves / baskets. More ...

The shelf/basket count refers to the amount of shelves and/or baskets in the freezer.

More shelves means more space to store and organise food in your freezer, which is helpful.

Worse Kagoo Score

The Gorenje F6152AX has received a Kagoo Score of 77, however the Beko HSA24530 scored 81 and the Miele F12011S1 scored 79.

£171 More Expensive

The Gorenje F6152AX is more expensive than the Beko HSA24530 by £171, more expensive than the Liebherr G1223 by £148 and more expensive than the Miele F12011S1 by £28.

Less Retailers

Only 2 sellers sells the Gorenje F6152AX, whereas 4 shops sell the Miele F12011S1. More ...

Smaller numbers of stores reduces the price competition amongst retailers for this freezer and also reduces the chances of the product remaining in stock.
Over Five Years Older

The Gorenje F6152AX is older than the Beko HSA24530 by five years and older than the Miele F12011S1 by 19 months.

More Expensive to Run Over Five Years by 6%

Over five years the running costs of the Gorenje F6152AX are £508 which is £31 more than the Beko HSA24530 and £21 more than the Liebherr G1223. Show assumptions.

Worse Brand

Gorenje freezers have an average rating of only 83.1%, whereas Beko has an average rating of 92.7%, Liebherr has an average rating of 95% and Miele has an average rating of 87.5%.

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Miele F12011S1

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Miele F12011S1
98L
CAPACITY
38dB
NOISE LEVEL
26h
STORAGE TIME
11kg/24h
FREEZING
CAPACITY
3
SHELVES /
BASKETS
£511
OVER 10 YEARS
A+

The Miele F12011S1 has a Kagoo Score of 79. With a price tag of £419.00 this freezer is fair value for money. For further details check out our full review of the Miele F12011S1 or read our article on whether you should buy a Miele freezer.

Features We Love:
Lower than average noise level (38dB)
Long storage time during power failure (26h)
Door open alarm
Temperature alarm
Built-in display

A fully featured and very economical to run 98L capacity freezer, good for individuals and couples. Our review analysis indicates that it's noisy.

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Features
Fully-Featured
73
Popularity
Quite Popular
74
Value for Money
Good
68
Age
4 Years Old
84
Running Costs
£510 Over 10 Years
79
Kagoo Score
Very Good

Multiple reviews mentioned that Miele F12011S1 has below average user reviews with an average user rating of 20%.

7 Reasons For for Choosing the Miele F12011S1

Lower Noise Level

The Miele F12011S1 is a 38 noise level freezer. That's 3dB lower than the Beko HSA24530 (41dB), 2dB lower than the Gorenje F6152AX (40dB), 5dB lower than the Liebherr G1223 (43dB) and 4dB lower than the Siemens GS36NVI30G (42dB). More ...

The noise level of the freezer, is the noise generated by the freezer's compressor which runs in the background when the freezer is swithced on. The noise level is measured in decibels (dB).

Fewer dB means a quieter freezer, which means it is less likely to be distracting or annoying as it hums along in the background.

Fast Freeze Function

The Miele F12011S1 has a fast freeze function (as do the Liebherr G1223 and the Siemens GS36NVI30G), whereas the Beko HSA24530 and the Gorenje F6152AX do not have this feature. More ...

The Fast Freeze function is ideal for freezing fresh food straight from your garden or the supermarket. Lowers the temperature of the freezer to freeze any newly added fresh food quickly. This function preserves the flavour, nutritional value and texture of the food, whilst protecting already frozen food.

A fast freeze function is ideal for quickly freezing a large amount of food - it is especially good for preserving the nutrients in fresh vegetables.

Built-in Display

The Miele F12011S1 has a built-in display (as does the Liebherr G1223), but the Beko HSA24530, the Gorenje F6152AX and the Siemens GS36NVI30G do not have this feature. More ...

'Built-In Display' denotes whether the freezer has a display, showing critical information such as the current temperature.

A display allows you to easily see what temperature the freezer is currently at, and whether there are any problems that need to be rectified.

Reversible Doors

The Miele F12011S1 has a reversible doors, and so do the Gorenje F6152AX, the Liebherr G1223 and the Siemens GS36NVI30G, however the Beko HSA24530 does not. More ...

The doors on the device can be moved so they can open from the right hand side (hinged on the left) or the left hand side (hinged on the right).

Reversible doors allow a greater degree of freedom for you to set up your freezer exactly as needed.

Door Open Alarm

The Miele F12011S1 has a door open alarm, however the Beko HSA24530, the Gorenje F6152AX, the Liebherr G1223 and the Siemens GS36NVI30G do not. More ...

Freezers with a door open alarm can detect when the door has been left open for an unusually long period. Once this is detected an audible alarm will sound so that you know to close the door.

A door alarm will prompt you to close the door before the freezer loses too much temperature and food starts to defrost.

Temperature Alarm

The Miele F12011S1 has a temperature alarm, and so does the Liebherr G1223, but the Beko HSA24530, the Gorenje F6152AX and the Siemens GS36NVI30G do not. More ...

Freezers with a temperature alarm can detect when the temperature inside the freezer has risen too high. This could be because the door has been left open, or due to a power cut or due to a failure on the freezer itself. Once this is detected an audible alarm will sound so that you know to check the freezer.

A temperature alarm will prompt you to check the freezer before it loses too much temperature and food starts to defrost.

More Shops Are Selling it

A greater number of stores increases the price competition amongst retailers for this freezer and also increases the chances of the product remaining in stock.

10 Reasons Against for Choosing the Miele F12011S1

139L Lower Freezer Capacity

Miele F12011S1 is only 98 capacity (as does the Liebherr G1223), but the Beko HSA24530 is a 230L capacity freezer (132L higher), the Gorenje F6152AX is a 206L capacity freezer (108L higher) and the Siemens GS36NVI30G is a 237L capacity freezer (139L higher). More ...

'Freezer Net Capacity' is the total usable (net) capacity of the freezer, measured in litres.

A higher capacity means that more food can be stored in the freezer at a time.

Significantly Shorter Storage Time During Power Failure

The Miele F12011S1 has a storage time during power failure of 26 (as does the Liebherr G1223), but the Beko HSA24530 is a 67h storage time during power failure freezer (41h longer), the Gorenje F6152AX is a 21h storage time during power failure freezer (5h shorter) and the Siemens GS36NVI30G is a 25h storage time during power failure freezer (1h shorter). More ...

The length of time during which freezer can store food without mains power connection.

A longer storage time means that there is less chance of your food being defrosted and ruined by an untimely power failure.

A Lot Smaller Freezing Capacity

The Miele F12011S1 has a freezing capacity of 11 (as does the Liebherr G1223), however the Beko HSA24530 is a 12kg/24h freezing capacity freezer (1kg/24h larger) and the Gorenje F6152AX and the Siemens GS36NVI30G are both 20kg/24h freezing capacity freezers (9kg/24h larger). More ...

The freezing power is the weight of fresh food that the freezer can freeze from room temperature down to mentioned temperature in 24 hours. It is usually measured in kilograms/24 hours.

A larger freezing capacity means that a larger amount of food can be frozen in a shorter amount of time.

Only Three Shelves / Baskets

The Miele F12011S1 has three shelves / baskets, and so does the Liebherr G1223, however the Gorenje F6152AX only has six shelves / baskets and the Siemens GS36NVI30G only has seven shelves / baskets. More ...

The shelf/basket count refers to the amount of shelves and/or baskets in the freezer.

More shelves means more space to store and organise food in your freezer, which is helpful.

Worse Kagoo Score

The Miele F12011S1 has received a Kagoo Score of 79, but the Beko HSA24530 scored 81.

£143 More Expensive

The Miele F12011S1 is more expensive than the Beko HSA24530 by £143 and more expensive than the Liebherr G1223 by £120.

Over Three Years Older

The Miele F12011S1 is older than the Beko HSA24530 by four years.

More Expensive to Run Over Five Years by 7%

The Miele F12011S1 costs £511 to run which is £33 more than the Beko HSA24530, £3 more than the Gorenje F6152AX and £23 more than the Liebherr G1223 over five years. Show assumptions.

Energy Efficiency Rating is Inferior

The Miele F12011S1 has a European Union Energy Efficiency Rating of "A+", but the Beko HSA24530 has a rating of "A++", the Gorenje F6152AX has a rating of "A++", the Liebherr G1223 has a rating of "A+" and the Siemens GS36NVI30G has a rating of "A++".

Worse Brand

Miele freezers have an average rating of only 87.5%, however Beko has an average rating of 92.7% and Liebherr has an average rating of 95%.

The cheapest price that we could find for the F12011S1 in the UK is £419.00 and in total we found 4 prices for it.

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