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Overall Score

Hotpoint FFA52S

£385.00
A 7 year old Silver 150L fridge with inferior features
Silver 150L 85L 545mm Jun 2010
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Hotpoint FFA 52 S Review

With mediocre features, we have ranked the Hotpoint FFA 52 S number 899 across all fridge freezers.
20
Poor
30
Missing Some Features
24
7 Years Old
5
Overall Score
31
Mediocre

Why Has it Scored 32?

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 fridge freezers 2017.
This fridge freezer is missing some features:
Quite small fridge net capacity
Only two shelves/baskets (fridge)
Quite short storage time during power failure

Hotpoint FFA 52 S In-Depth Analysis

Reviews

Unexceptional Brand

Hotpoint is one of the middle of the road fridge brands according to average reviews from experts and owners.


Value For Money

Mediocre Value for Money

The product has mediocre features and is over 6 months old but at £385.00 it is cheaper than 68% of fridge freezers.


Features

Quite Small Fridge Net Capacity

The fridge net capacity of the FFA 52 S of only 150L is quite small compared to most other fridge freezers. It is in the smallest 7% of all fridge freezers when ranked by this feature. Across all the fridges the fridge net capacities range from 16L to 1,200L, and the average fridge net capacity is 230L.

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Has a Defrost Function

The Hotpoint FFA 52 S has a defrost function. 75% of fridge freezers do not have a defrost function.

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SN Climate Class

The Hotpoint FFA 52 S has a better climate class than most fridges. This Hotpoint fridge has a SN climate class, whereas most fridge freezers have a T climate class. This fridge also has N (Normal), SN (Subnormal) and SN (Subnormal) - N (Normal) climate classes. The best climate class of all fridge freezers is T and the worst is SN - ST.

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Average Freezer Net Capacity

The freezer net capacity of the FFA 52 S of 85L is relatively standard compared to most other fridges. It is in the largest 42% of all fridge freezers when sorted by this feature.

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Only Two Shelves/baskets (fridge)

The Hotpoint FFA 52 S is a two shelf/basket (fridge) fridge freezer.

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Quite Short Storage Time During Power Failure

The storage time during power failure of the FFA 52 S of only 12h is quite short compared to most other fridges. It is in the shortest 13% of all fridge freezers when ranked by this feature. The storage time during power failures of fridges range from 3.5h to 46h, and the average storage time during power failure is 19h.

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Has an Anti-Bacterial Function

The FFA 52 S has an anti-bacterial function, which is unusual. 94% of fridges do not have an anti-bacterial function.

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Age

Released Over Seven Years Ago

This fridge was released in June 2010.


Product Identifiers

Manufacturer Part Numbers hotpoint ffa52s
2h longer storage time during power failure
Slightly larger fridge net capacity
£4 More Expensive
£5 Cheaper
50% longer storage time during power failure
12% larger fridge net capacity
£10 Cheaper
Three shelves/baskets (fridge)
Longer storage time during power failure
Smaller freezer net capacity
£36 Cheaper
Five shelves/baskets (fridge)
37% longer storage time during power failure
Smaller freezing capacity

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