- Type: Chest freezers
Freezers come in all shapes and sizes. You can choose from compact models to fit under your kitchen counter with the door mounted on the front, or chest freezers for large volume and easy access, with the door mounted on top, perfect for your utility area or garage. Our fridge and freezer buying guide will have lots of information on how to choose the right size and essential features. Go for tall freezers for your fitted kitchen and table top freezers for when floor space is limited.
The best freezers
Beko freezers and Hotpoint freezers are household names that customers trust and return to. And there's a reason for that, their freezer products are versatile and last. So, if you’re looking for style and quality then look no further, our fantastic range of freezers offers a versatile range to bring you exactly what you need for your kitchen.
Chest freezers provide a large volume and access via the door on the top. Because the door is on the top, they're not suitable for under your kitchen counter, however they are perfect for your utility room or garage to provide that much needed extra freezer space. Tall freezers can be integrated into your kitchen. They have similar dimensions and appearance as a fridge, but are all freezer, so loads of room for your bulk shopping.
Under counter freezers
Looking for a smaller alternative to a tall freezer? Then our under counter freezers should be your first pick. They will fit nice and compact, under your kitchen counter or tucked away under your desk so you don’t have to worry about taking up too much space. And if you're looking for something discreet, integrated freezers will fit straight into your kitchen, discreetly hidden behind a door, right next to you integrated fridge freezer.
Counter top freezers
Table top freezers are compact and relatively light, meaning they can be placed on your counter or table top for easy access, especially useful if floor space is at a premium. They are also ideal for those items that you need to access quickly or if you have mobility issues and bending low is a problem.