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Whether you are batch-cooking, meal planning, or hosting a special event, a frost-free, upright freezer can save you money by reducing food waste. Our extensive range of high-quality freezers includes tall freezers, upright freezers, chest freezers, and under-counter freezers meaning, no matter the size of your kitchen, there’s a Beko freezer for every home. Thanks to our FastFreeze shelves, which freeze items 10% faster than other compartments, locking in your food’s vitamins and nutrients has never been easier. What's more, our Freezer Guard technology ensures that your freestanding freezer will always work efficiently and reliably, even if the temperature drops to as low as -15°C. To help you feel confident in your purchasing decision, selected models are eligible for our 10 Year Beko Parts Guarantee. For more information, check out our refrigeration buying guide.

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Frost Free freezers prevent ice from building up in the freezer so you won’t need to spend time and effort defrosting it yourself.

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Beko Freezers Reviews

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How does a freezer work?

Freezers help preserve food by removing the heat from the inside of the appliance. In a similar manner to a fridge, a freezer uses the process of evaporation to keep food fresh. All freezers feature a compressor, which is a pump that compresses refrigerant in gas form. Following this, the gas is condensed into a hot liquid. Once the refrigerant has passed through the condenser coils, it travels to the evaporator coils cooling compartment, where it expands into a gas, making the coils cold in the process. Finally, the gas flows back to the compressor where it is converted into a liquid as the cycle continues.