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2 Reasons For
Only Released Seven Months Ago
The iQ100 was only relased by Siemens seven months ago. Newer fridges like this one are likely to have more advanced features.
SN (Subnormal) Climate Class
This fridge has a SN (Subnormal) - ST (Subtropical) climate class, which is the most frequently found climate class on new fridges.
3 Reasons Against
Does Not Have a Water Dispenser
The Siemens iQ100 does not have a water dispenser. Most of the other new fridges also do not have a water dispenser.
Quite Loud Noise Level
Built-in fridges that came out around the same time as the iQ100 have noise levels of between 33dB and 40dB, and the average noise level is 36dB. At 37 decibels, the Siemens iQ100 has a fairly loud noise level compared to most of the other latest Built-in fridges.
If you would consider a refrigerator with a louder noise level then you might want to look at the Neff KI1212S30G[plb_3230623_price] (36dB).
Very Small Maximum Operating Temperature
The smallest maximum operating temperature of Built-in fridges that have been on the market for a similar time to the iQ100 is 38°C and the biggest is 43°C. With a maximum operating temperature of only 38 degrees celcius, the Siemens iQ100 has one of the smaller maximum operating temperatures amongst similar spec refrigerators of this age.
2 Other reasons to consider the Siemens iQ100
Running Costs Are Average
This refrigerator has an energy efficiency classification of A++. The average running cost of the iQ100 is £233 over 24 years based on average energy prices and usage levels, which is typical compared to the other 17 Built-in fridges that were launched in the last year.
Average Fridge Net Capacity
At 181 liters, the Siemens iQ100 has a pretty standard fridge net capacity compared to most of the other latest refrigerators.
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Total running cost over 10 years
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Running this fridge over 10 years will generate 1.2 tonnes of carbon dioxide (CO2).
To offset that much CO2 you would need to plant 30 tree seedlings and grow them for 10 years.
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