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15% off Fridges @ The Good Guys. ENDS TODAY

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    Cool deal

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    2.5 star rating.

    Was offered to me for $390 in December instore. But didn't get it due to energy consumption

    What i noticed when i was shopping for a fridge in December is you can easily haggle down the price for 2 - 2.5 star rating fridges between $390 and $420 instore.

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      2.5 stars mean nothing

      your only concern is the actual KWH consumption

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    Damn. Just bought a fridge off them last week :-(

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    Good buy…
    Sharp 624L French Door Refrigerator $1799 less 15% = $1529.15
    http://www.thegoodguys.com.au/sharp-624l-french-door-refrige...

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    For my space, I'm looking at Fisher and paykel E522BRE4 was $1347 now $1315, so after 15% off, now is $1118. Great price for this model, cheaper than Appliances online. Choice gave it a score of 81%. The only thing is, I don't neeeeed a new fridge now, since my old one is going strong. but I would in a couple of years. What to do…

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      Ours is a 30 y/o Sharp and we would like a new one just for the added space but like yours it is still going strong. That is the difference, with some you get a few years but the good ones go forever.
      We are just going to keep on using it.
      As for the special price… white goods are always negotiable.

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        yeah I agree with you actually, it's a great deal but not for me right now.

        ozBargain always makes me consider buying things I don't need… a force I have to resist every day when browsing posts!

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        Old fridges are less energy efficient than newer models, so that is a good reason to upgrade to a new fridge. Also consolidating 2 fridges into 1 large fridge saves a lot of electricity and money

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          Replacing a fridge every few years soon cuts out any energy savings. Some brands these days have a limited life.

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    Just ordered a cheap fridge.
    Hisense 222L Top Mount Refrigerator HR6TFF222
    Qty: 1 $353.60

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    Just ordered the 890L sammy..

    4 week wait.. no stock within 200km of 2560.

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    Add Delivery fee:

    Door-to-Door Delivery ~$50
    Premium Delivery ~$70

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      $70 for premium + can of beer is bang for buck especially if there is a flight of stairs involved :) the delivery boys do give you a look of dislike but i gave them beer at the summit and all was well.

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      $50 is expensive for delivery. i remember buying from goodguys ebay and it was < $30.

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    Thanks OP, been holding off on buying my new fridge until something like this came up

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    I dont know what to choose between:

    http://www.thegoodguys.com.au/lg-515l-top-mount-refrigerator...

    And

    http://www.thegoodguys.com.au/electrolux-510l-bottom-mount-r...

    Very good reviews for the Electrolux, cannot find any for the LG. $265 difference between the two, after discount and delivery.

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      Just make sure you make your decision by 11.59pm EDST :)

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      I like the sound of the LG One better

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        I ended up getting the Electrolux!

        Now, can anyone help me with understanding the power consumption of my current fridge?
        I have plugged it for 14h30min in an Energy Cost Meter, and here is a picture of the display:

        http://imgur.com/nJ1SoXi

        Does that mean that my 20-30 years old fridge is consuming: 5.4 / 14.5 * 24 = 8.94 KWh per day?

        Our average daily power consumption is reported around 16.5 KWh per day. We only have an electric water tank, electric cook-top and oven, the old fridge, a dishwasher and a washing machine that we use occasionally and MR16 light bulbs.

        I will take another picture around 5pm tonight. It will be plugged for 24h then.

        Thank you!

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          yes you got the calculations right

          best check it after 7 days for a better average

          either way its sucking plenty of power

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    Like this one
    http://www.thegoodguys.com.au/samsung-527l-top-mount-refrige...

    but forgot the dimension of the new house, so pass it :(

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