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Published on March 8th, 2018 | by The GC Team


Whirlpool fridge “Highly Recommended” by Trusted Reviews

The Whirlpool freestanding fridge (SW8 AM2C XARL UK) has scored five stars with Trusted Reviews and has been awarded the “Highly Recommended” accolade. The refrigerator was praised for its “massive capacity, consistent cooling, and low running costs.”

The fridge can be paired with the Whirlpool freestanding freezer (UW8 F2C XLSB) to create a side-by-side pair of cooling appliances. The Trusted Reviews team says the pair has US-style refrigeration capacity, “without the US-appliance inconvenience,” and also noted that it is “whisper-quiet and looks stunning in the kitchen.” They were particularly impressed with the stainless steel finish of the appliance with the deeply textured vertical brush lines.

The SW8 AM2C XARL UK has a net capacity of 363 litres, has a dedicated Activ0° compartment, which may be optionally used for the preservation of fresh meat and fish at a lower temperature, and, says Trusted Reviews “turned in the best set of technical test results they have seen from a full-height fridge compartment.”

Catherine Balderson, Brand Manager, Whirlpool says: “We are delighted that the Whirlpool freestanding fridge (SW8 AM2C XARL UK) has been ‘Highly Recommended’ by Trusted Reviews. The five star review truly endorses Whirlpool’s premium brand status. Whirlpool is proud to be able to offer appliances with advanced technology, features and aesthetics, to further improve consumers’ lives.”

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