Cookology RETRO86 1950's Undercounter Fridge Freezer, 50cm wide

By: Cookology
Cookology RETRO86 1950's Undercounter Fridge Freezer, 50cm wide
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Manufacturer Description


2 Door

Right opening

Adjustable feet

Manual defrost

Chrome effect Handles

Mechanical temperature control

26 litre Ice Box

60 litre Fridge


A+ Energy rating

168 kwH/annum

42 dB


Voltage: 220-240V

Light power: 10W

Frequency: 50Hz

Rated Current 0.57A

Refrigerant: R600a,30g

Climate class: N/ST

Energy consumption: 0.46kWh/24h


Freezing capability: 2kg/24h

Temperature rise time: 15h


Width: 482mm

Depth: 536mm

Height: 840mm

Packaging dimensions:

Height: 980mm

Depth: 552mm

Width: 672mm

Product Features

Cookology has developed this gorgeous Fridge Freezer to look like a vintage 1950's model with Retro Chrome looking handles and a rich retro finish, spicing up your boring kitchen with an injection of vibrant colour. This is a two door Fridge Freezer that fits underneath your work top in the kitchen, making it ideal for keen chefs who like having their ingredients close to hand when preparing food. As you'd expect with a Cookology appliance, you get reliability and simplicity at an incredibly affordable price. The noise level for example is just 42 decibels so it is technically whisper quiet and ideal for open plan homes, guest rooms and self catered accommodation. The Fridge features one full glass shelf and one half glass shelf over the salad/vegetable drawer as well as storage space in the door. The Freezer has its own door and you get an ice scraper and an ice cube tray. The energy usage is on average 0.46kWh, this means it should cost you around £26 a year to run (based on an average rate of £0.155 kWh), which is why it has been awarded an A+ energy rating. Lastly, the 4 star **** Freezer rating is awarded because it can maintain a temperature of -18? which makes it safe for long term storage of suitable frozen foods.