Find the ideal freezer for you
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Keep all your products perfectly fresh in a freezer that suits your lifestyle and cooking habits. There are a few factors to consider when looking for a new freezer. The space available, your shopping routine and the types of defrosting functions all influence which freezer you should select. Follow our simple buying guide to find the ideal freezer for you.
Our freezers range from tall upright freezers to under-counter models and all the way to chest freezers for bulk storage.
Standard upright freezers are easy to organise and provide maximum storage capacity.
Under-counter freezers are about the size of a dishwasher and fit neatly under standard height countertops.
Chest freezers come with a lid instead of a door and are perfect for freezing groceries in bulk.
Height, width, and depth can all vary. Browse the full range to find the size that best suits your home.
How much freezing capacity will you need?
Here's an easy way how to estimate the freezer's capacity in terms of full grocery bags:
up to 200 litres – small sized households
200-300 litres – mid sized households
300-400 litres – large sized households
Pro-tip: Look for the MaxiBox drawer and the FlexiSpace interior for effortless storing of larger items.
Save yourself from manually defrosting – consider a self-defrosting freezer which does the job itself.
Self-defrosting models efficiently prevent frost build-up and preserve the original flavour and texture of your food, keeping ice crystals at bay.
With Electrolux NoFrost you will enjoy a high-performing freezer that never requires manual defrosting.
Take control of the climate in your freezer – look for the following features
Optimum temperature – The Electrolux precision freezing system maintains an even temperature in every drawer to make your food last and stay fresh longer.
Express freeze – The Electrolux FastFreeze function helps to freeze your fresh produce quickly, preserving its flavour, colour and nutritional value.
High temperature alert – The high temperature warning signal will let you know if the door has been left open or if the internal temperature is rising.
All freezers are labelled with an energy efficiency rating on a scale from A+++ (most efficient) to A+ (least efficient). Selecting a freezer with an energy class from A+ and upwards will help you to cut your energy costs. For comparison, an A++ class freezer is 21% more efficient than an A+ class.
Pro-tip: Reduce energy consumption by placing your freezer away from heat emitting appliances like radiators and ovens.