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Midea HS-129C(N) Review
|Missing Some Features|
|2 Years Old|
|£3,438 Over 10 Years|
Why Has it Scored 40?
It is over 2 years old and it is likely that newer, better freezers are available. View the latest freezers 2017.
This freezer has an efficiency rating of A+, however its running costs of £3,438 over 10 years are in the most expensive 3% of all 639 freezers that we have compared it to. View all energy saving freezers.
It is missing some features:
Very low freezer net capacity
Should You Buy it Now?
Midea HS-129C(N) In-Depth Analysis
Value For Money
Poor Value for Money
Whilst the product is in the cheapest 90% of freezers, it has mediocre features, is over 6 months old and at £153.55 it does not seem like great value for money overall.
Price Has Gone Down by £56 (27%)
The price has dropped from £209.80 to £153.55 in the last 14 days.to be notified when the price changes.
High Running Costs
This Midea freezer has an efficiency rating of A+, however the average running cost of the HS-129C(N) is £3,438 over 10 years based on average energy prices, which makes it one of the more expensive to run freezers.
Released Over Two Years Ago
This Midea freezer has been on the market since December 2014.
Very Low Freezer Net Capacity
Across all the freezers the freezer net capacities range from 30L to 620L, and the average freezer net capacity is 190L. The HS-129C(N)'s freezer net capacity of only 99L is lower than average when compared to most other freezers. It is in the lowest 27% of all freezers when sorted by this feature.