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LG GBB539NSCPB Review
|3 Years Old|
|£572 Over 24 Years|
Why Has it Scored 44?
LG fridges have excellent reviews in general.
It is over 2 years old and it is likely that newer, better fridge freezers 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 £572 over 24 years are typical compared to the other 2,236 fridges that we have compared it to.
It has some good features, but is also missing a few features:
Has a multi-airflow system
Fairly big freezing capacity
Quite short storage time during power failure
Does not have a child lock
LG GBB539NSCPB In-Depth Analysis
LG Has Excellent Reviews for Its Fridge Freezers
Fridges manufactured by LG have excellent reviews on average compared to other manufacturers. 96% of those that bought a LG fridge freezer would recommend the product that they bought to other buyers.
Average Freezer Net Capacity
The GBB539NSCPB's freezer net capacity of 93L is fairly typical compared to most other fridge freezers. It is in the largest 63% of all fridges when sorted by this feature.
Average Fridge Net Capacity
The fridge net capacity of the LG GBB539NSCPB of 227L is fairly average compared to most other fridges. It is in the largest 61% of all fridge freezers when sorted by this feature.
Average Noise Level
The GBB539NSCPB's noise level of 39dB is pretty standard compared to most other fridges. It is in the loudest 43% of all fridge freezers when ordered by this feature.
Quite Short Storage Time During Power Failure
Across all the fridges the storage time during power failures range from 3.5h to 46h, and the average storage time during power failure is 19h. The storage time during power failure of the LG GBB539NSCPB of only 12h is quite short compared to most other fridges. It is in the shortest 11% of all fridges when ordered by this feature.
Fairly Big Freezing Capacity
The freezing capacities of fridges range from 0.7kg/24h to 130kg/24h, and the average freezing capacity is 8kg/24h. The freezing capacity of the GBB539NSCPB of 16kg/24h is in the biggest 3% of all fridge freezers when ranked by this feature.
Has a Multi-Airflow System
The GBB539NSCPB has a multi-airflow system. 91% of fridge freezers do not have a multi-airflow system.
Average Total Net Capacity
The LG GBB539NSCPB's total net capacity of 320L is fairly average compared to most other fridges. It is in the largest 66% of all fridges when ranked by this feature.
Has an Icemaker
The GBB539NSCPB has an icemaker. 89% of fridges do not have an icemaker.
Does Not Have a Child Lock
Like most other fridges, the LG GBB539NSCPB does not have a child lock. 89% of fridges do not have a child lock.
Has a No Frost System
The LG GBB539NSCPB has a No Frost system. 86% of fridges do not have a No Frost system.
Has a Fresh Zone Compartment
The GBB539NSCPB has a fresh zone compartment, which is unusual. 71% of fridges do not have a fresh zone compartment.
T Climate Class
This fridge freezer 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 fridges.
Has a Thermostat
The GBB539NSCPB has a thermostat, unlike 75% of fridges which do not have a thermostat.
Released Over Three Years Ago
This fridge has been on the market since October 2013.
Average Running Costs
This LG fridge freezer has an energy efficiency rating of A++||A++|A+++|A++, and based on satisfactory energy prices we estimate that the GBB539NSCPB will cost £572 over 24 years to run, which is typical compared to the other 2,236 fridge freezers.
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