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Bosch KGE39AW30 Review
|5 Years Old|
|£550 Over 10 Years|
Why Has it Scored 45?
LG fridge freezers have excellent reviews in general.
It is over 2 years old and it is likely that newer, better fridges are available. View the latest fridges 2017.
This fridge freezer has an energy efficiency rating of A++||A++|A+++|A++, and its running costs of £550 over 10 years are typical compared to the other 2,235 fridge freezers that we have compared it to.
It has some good features, but is also missing a few features:
Fairly large fridge net capacity
Very long storage time during power failure
Bosch KGE39AW30 In-Depth Analysis
Very Good Brand
On average Bosch fridge freezers have very good reviews.
Average Freezer Net Capacity
The freezer net capacity of the KGE39AW30 of 89L is relatively average compared to most other fridge freezers. It is in the largest 55% of all fridge freezers when ranked by this feature.
Fairly Large Fridge Net Capacity
Across all the fridge freezers the fridge net capacities range from 16L to 1,200L, and the average fridge net capacity is 230L. The fridge net capacity of the Bosch KGE39AW30 of 250L is in the largest 25% of all fridge freezers when ordered by this feature.
Average Noise Level
The KGE39AW30's noise level of 39dB is relatively average compared to most other fridge freezers. It is in the loudest 32% of all fridge freezers when ranked by this feature.
Very Long Storage Time During Power Failure
The storage time during power failure of the Bosch KGE39AW30 of 35h is in the longest 3% of all fridges when ranked by this feature. The shortest storage time during power failure of fridges is 3.5h, the longest is 46h, and the average storage time during power failure is 19h.
Average Freezing Capacity
The freezing capacity of the Bosch KGE39AW30 of 12kg/24h is pretty standard compared to most other fridge freezers. It is in the biggest 74% of all fridge freezers when ordered by this feature.
Five Shelves/baskets (fridge)
The KGE39AW30 is a five shelf/basket (fridge) fridge freezer.
Has a Thermostat
The KGE39AW30 has a thermostat, unlike 75% of fridges which do not have a thermostat.
Two Fruit/vegetable Drawers
Most fridge freezers have between one and five fruit/vegetable drawers, including the Bosch KGE39AW30 which has two fruit/vegetable drawers.
Quite Large Total Net Capacity
The total net capacity of the Bosch KGE39AW30 of 342L is in the largest 23% of all fridges when ordered by this feature. Fridge freezers have total net capacities of between 42L and 620L, and the average total net capacity is 300L.
Has a Fresh Zone Compartment
The KGE39AW30 has a fresh zone compartment, which is unusual. 71% of fridge freezers do not have a fresh zone compartment.
Has a Defrost Function
The Bosch KGE39AW30 has a defrost function, unlike 75% of fridge freezers which do not have a defrost function.
T Climate Class
This fridge has T|SN|SN (Subnormal)|T (Tropical)|SN (Subnormal) - T (Tropical)|SN (Subnormal) - T (Tropical) and SN - T climate classes, which is typical of many fridge freezers.
Released Over Five Years Ago
This fridge freezer has been on the market since December 2011.
OK Running Costs
This Bosch fridge has an energy efficiency rating of A++||A++|A+++|A++, and based on alright energy prices we estimate that the 10 year running cost of the KGE39AW30 is £550, which is typical compared to the other 2,235 fridge freezers.