The FAB28YBV has an average running cost of £506 over 24 years based on average usage levels and energy prices, which makes it one of the most economic to run fridge freezers of this spec and age.
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Released Over Seven Years Ago
It was May 2010 when this fridge was released.
Has a Defrost Function
The FAB28YBV has a defrost function, as do most of the other fridges of a similar age and spec to this fridge.
Has an Ice Cube Tray
The FAB28YBV has an ice cube tray, as do most of the other fridges that are a comparable age to this fridge.
Quite Small Freezer Gross Capacity
The freezer gross capacities of fridges that have been around for more than two years range from 26L to 250L. The freezer gross capacity of the FAB28YBV of only 26 liters is one of the smallest amongst fridges that were released around the same time as this fridge.
Quite Small Freezing Capacity
The average freezing capacity of fridges of this spec and age is 5.7kg/24h, and the freezing capacities range from 2kg/24h to 16kg/24h. The FAB28YBV has one of the smallest freezing capacities (only 2 kilograms per 24 hours) amongst fridge freezers of this age.
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