Where can I buy 40 cm wide fridges?

Buy a fridge with a specific 40 cm width from thousands of items by size as well as price. Search multiple shops for furniture.

A good way to see whether an item costs more or less than expected is to compare it to the median price. For the fridges in this category the median is £579, that is, 50% of them is priced above this, and 50% below. Most of the fridges in this category cost between £339 and £685. This means that 90% of the products are between the two figures. The average price of fridges in this category is £522.40.

CDA FWC304BL Freestanding Under Counter Wine Cooler - Black
£399
at Knees Home & Electrical

Width: 30 cm
Height: 82 cm
Length: 57 cm

Suits a space 40 cm wide. Features include: wooden slide out shelves with the capacity to hold 20 bottles, electronic temperature control, a UV protected smoked toughened glass door, a humidifier and a temperature alarm to maintain optimum conditions for the safe storage of your wine; this is the suitable addition to any functional kitchen design.

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Caple WI3150 Sense Premium Built In Undercounter Wine Cooler
£645
at Knees Home & Electrical

Width: 30 cm
Height: 82 cm
Length: 57 cm

Ideal as a 40 cm wide fridge. Single temperature zone stores either red, white or sparkling wine. Shelves can accommodate 750ml Bordeaux, Burgundy and Champagne bottles. Converts into a can chiller using optional glass shelving One piece stainless steel door.

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Siemens KU20WVHF0G iQ500 Built Under Wine Cooler
£685
at Knees Home & Electrical

Width: 30 cm
Height: 82 cm
Length: 57 cm

Suits a space 40 cm wide. Buy Siemens KU20WVHF0G iQ500 Built Under Wine Cooler in Black, 21 Bottles Capacity, F from Knees Home and Electrical. Experts since 1879.

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Caple WI3125GM Sense Built In Undercounter Wine Cooler
£555
at Knees Home & Electrical

Width: 30 cm
Height: 82 cm
Length: 57 cm

Suitable for a space 40 cm wide. Single temperature zone stores either red, white or sparkling wine. No-frost compressor cooling technology maintains a consistent temperature. Converts into a can chiller using optional glass shelving. Fan circulated cool air for even temperature distribution

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How do I find the least expensive 40 cm wide fridges on Furniture Ferret?
On the search pages one can choose to order the results by price (lowest or highest first), or relevance. Click on the drop-down button just above the first result, after "Order by", to change the ordering. Sorting by relevance shows the fridge at the top that contains most of the keywords in the search, while ordering by price shows the least expensive or most expensive fridge first. Set the ordering to "Price: low to high" to see the cheapest 40 cm wide fridges available on Furniture Ferret.
Hoover HWCB 30 UK/N Built In Wine Cooler
£339
at Knees Home & Electrical

Width: 30 cm
Height: 87 cm
Length: 58 cm

Recommended for 40cm wide spaces. Buy Hoover HWCB 30 UK/N Built In Wine Cooler in Black, 20 Bottles Capacity, F rated from Knees Home and Electrical. Experts since 1879.

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Caple WI3126 Sense Built In Undercounter Wine Cooler
£595
at Knees Home & Electrical

Width: 30 cm
Height: 82 cm
Length: 57 cm

Perfect if you are searching for a 40 cm wide fridge. Single temperature zone stores either red, white or sparkling wine. No-frost compressor cooling technology maintains a consistent temperature. Converts into a can chiller using optional glass shelving. Fan circulated cool air for even temperature distribution

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CDA FWC304SS Freestanding Under Counter Wine Cooler - Stainless Steel
£349
at Knees Home & Electrical

Width: 30 cm
Height: 82 cm
Length: 57 cm

Recommended if you are searching for a 40 cm wide fridge. Features include: wooden slide out shelves with the capacity to hold 20 bottles, electronic temperature control, a UV protected smoked toughened glass door, a humidifier and a temperature alarm to maintain optimum conditions for the safe storage of your wine; this is the suitable addition to any functional kitchen design.

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Rangemaster RWC3018BL/ Freestanding Under Counter Wine Cooler
£579
at Knees Home & Electrical

Width: 30 cm
Height: 82 cm
Length: 58 cm

Ideal as a 40 cm wide fridge. Buy Rangemaster RWC3018BL/ Freestanding Under Counter Wine Cooler in Black, 82cmx30cm, G rated from Knees Home and Electrical. Experts since 1879.

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Rangemaster RWC3018SS/ Freestanding Under Counter Wine Cooler
£579
at Knees Home & Electrical

Width: 30 cm
Height: 82 cm
Length: 58 cm

Recommended if you are searching for a 40 cm wide fridge. Buy Rangemaster RWC3018SS/ Freestanding Under Counter Wine Cooler in Stainless Steel, G rated from Knees Home and Electrical. Experts since 1879.

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Caple WI3125 Classic Built In Undercounter Wine Cooler
£499
at Knees Home & Electrical

Width: 30 cm
Height: 82 cm
Length: 57 cm

Ideal for 40 cm wide spaces. Single temperature zone stores either red, white or sparkling wine. No-frost compressor cooling technology maintains a consistent temperature. Converts into a can chiller using optional glass shelving. Fan circulated cool air for even temperature distribution

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Questions and answers

What is the best way to measure the space to fit a fridge in?

Measure the width and the depth of the space where you'd like to put a fridge. The most accurate way is to use a measuring tape. Hold the start down at the edge of the area, and let it run to the opposite edge. If the distance is larger than what you can stretch to, ask someone else to assist, or split what you need to measure into multiple parts. This can be done by either holding the tape down halfway and continuing running it while letting the first end go, or by marking how far you have measured on the floor or wall, and start a new measurement. If you want to avoid drawing on your floor, try putting down a pointy object like a screwdriver there. Make sure to avoid dead places where the piece of furniture won't go like skirting boards. Also don't forget to take the height of the space and the item into account wherever the ceiling is low like spaces under the stairs.

How much extra space does one need around a fridge?

Most importantly, ensure that when positioning a fridge you follow all the safety regulations and instructions that come with the fridge, including leaving venting areas and safety clearances. There must also be enough space left for cables and pipes. But from strictly a usability perspective, you will require enough room in front of a fridge to be able to open its door fully and use it. The minimum clearance for this is likely to be 80 cm, so a 55 cm deep fridge will need 95 cm in total. Also consider that in many cases you will need to open the door completely, toward the side of the machine, so placing a fridge next to a wall or other obstruction may restrict your access.

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