Husky Fridges

The 10 Best Husky Fridges - July 2017

Every week we analyse the technical specs, reviews and prices of every Husky fridge on the market in the UK to determine our top 10 list.
In total we compared over 2,270 fridges, 566 reviews and 7,290 prices. Last updated 21 July 2017.

Sort by
Scroll up to see results
EL202

Husky EL202

A remarkably economical to run Freestanding 49L fridge with very cheap price but poor features
Reviews No Reviews
Value for Money
91
Excellent
Features
26
Missing Some Features
Age
41
4 Years Old
Running Costs
91
£197 / 10 Years
Overall Score
57
Average
Free­standing
49L
520mm
Case Design
Fridge Net Capacity
Height
440mm
Jul 2013
Width
Release Date
  • £129.99
    View Details
HUS-EL207

Husky HUS‑EL207

A low cost Freestanding 46L fridge with low running costs but poor features
Reviews No Reviews
Value for Money
89
Excellent
Features
17
Missing Some Features
Age
40
4 Years Old
Running Costs
79
£242 / 10 Years
Overall Score
53
Average
Free­standing
46L
525mm
Case Design
Fridge Net Capacity
Height
440mm
Jul 2013
Width
Release Date
  • £129.99
    View Details

No matching products found.

 More  Loading…

Husky Fridges

Husky Fridge Prices

Husky fridges range in price from £99 to £120 and in total we found prices for 3 Husky fridges. The average price of a new Husky refrigerator is £107 and 80% of Husky refrigerators are priced between £100 and £120. The most expensive Husky refrigerator that we found is the Husky EL202 at £120, and the cheapest is the Husky HUS-EL207 at only £100.

Price Range of Husky Fridges

The 41st highest average refrigerator price out of all brands is Husky refrigerators with an average price of £107. Husky refrigerators range in price from £100 to £120.

Fridge Brands - Average Ratings

We have analysed 1 expert reviews and 428 user reviews for refrigerators available online and used this information to evaluate the average rating for each brand of refrigerator.

How Fast Do Husky Fridge Prices Drop After Release?

Most fridges drop in price by 4% in the first 6 months after release, however Husky fridges tend to depreciate faster. On average, in the first 6 months after release, Husky fridges drop in price by 7%. That means that on a typical Husky fridge costing £470 you could save on average £32 by waiting 6 months before buying.

Feedback