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Bosch KGV36VE30S Fridge Freezer

215L 94L 600mm 1,860mm Aug 2013
A++
Fridge Net Capacity Freezer Net Capacity Width Height Release Date £533.45 Electricity cost over 10 years
Bosch has good fridge reviews
Fairly long storage time during power failure
Quite quiet noise level

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Reviews

Bosch Has Good Fridge Reviews

We checked the reviews from owners and experts of hundreds of fridges to determine an average rating for each fridge freezer brand. On average fridges from Bosch have good ratings from users and experts.


Freezer

Fairly Long Storage Time During Power Failure

The average storage time during power failure of comparable spec fridge freezers that are a similar age to this fridge is 20h, and the storage time during power failures range from 3.5h to 46h. With a storage time during power failure of 23 hours, the Bosch KGV36VE30S has one of the longer storage time during power failures amongst comparable spec fridge freezers of this age.

If you want a fridge freezer with a longer storage time during power failure then you might also want to look at the Samsung RB31FERNBSS (£340.00) (24h).

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Fairly Large Freezer Net Capacity

The KGV36VE30S has one of the larger freezer net capacitioes (94 liters) amongst medium fridge net capacity fridge freezers of this age. The freezer net capacitioes of fridges of a comparable spec and age to this fridge range from 26L to 160L.

Fridge freezers with a larger freezer net capacity that might also be worth considering include the Gorenje RK 6193 EX (95L).

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Has an Ice Cube Tray

The KGV36VE30S has an ice cube tray, as do most of the other similar spec fridge freezers that were released more than two years ago.

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Performance

Quite Quiet Noise Level

Comparable spec fridge freezers that have been available for around the same time as this fridge freezer have noise levels of between 5dB and 50dB, and the average noise level is 40dB. With a noise level of only 39 decibels, the Bosch KGV36VE30S has one of the quieter noise levels amongst medium fridge net capacity fridge freezers of this age.

If you don't mind having a louder noise level then you might also want to look at the Bosch KGV36NW20 (39dB).

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Only T (Tropical) Climate Class

This fridge freezer has a SN (Subnormal) - T (Tropical) climate class, which is typical of many fridges that have been on the market for around the same time as it.

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Average Total Net Capacity

The KGV36VE30S has a relatively average total net capacity (309 liters) compared to most of the other medium fridge net capacity fridge freezers that have been available for around the same time as this fridge.

If this fridge total net capacity is too small for you then you might also want to consider the Samsung RB31FERNDBC (£429.00) (310L).

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Ergonomics

Has a Defrost Water Drain

The KGV36VE30S has a defrost water drain, as do most of the other similar spec fridge freezers that came out more than two years ago.

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Design

Has a Built-In Display

The KGV36VE30S has a built-in display. Most of the other fridge freezers of a similar type and age to this fridge do not have a built-in display.

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Has a Reversible Doors

The KGV36VE30S has a reversible doors. Most of the other comparable spec fridge freezers that are a similar age to this fridge also have a reversible doors.

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Does Not Have a Child Lock

The Bosch KGV36VE30S does not have a child lock, although it is worth keeping in mind that most of the other fridge freezers of a comparable age and spec to this fridge also do not have a child lock.

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Other Features

Has a Defrost Function

The KGV36VE30S has a defrost function, as do most of the other fridges that have been available for around the same time as this fridge freezer.

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Fresh Zone

Does Not Have a Fresh Zone Compartment

The KGV36VE30S does not have a fresh zone compartment, unlike most of the other medium fridge net capacity fridge freezers that have been available for more than two years which have a fresh zone compartment.

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Fridge

Only One Vegetable Drawer

The KGV36VE30S is a one vegetable drawer fridge freezer. Most of the other comparable spec fridges that came out more than two years ago have between one and five vegetable drawers.

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Energy

Running Costs Are OK

This fridge is rated A++ for energy efficiency. The KGV36VE30S has an average 24 year running cost of £534 based on typical energy prices and usage levels, which is typical compared to the other 618 fridges of a comparable age and spec.


Other

Released Over Three Years Ago

It was April 2017 when Bosch released the KGV36VE30S.

Product Identifiers

Manufacturer Part Numbers bosch kgv36ve30s
Barcodes 04242002765655

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