Flexible Living with Stylish Cooling from Beko

GNE114610X

Always looking for that extra bit of space in your fridge, or frustrated with throwing out food that has gone off? We have the perfect solution with the new innovative four-door fridge freezer (GNE114610X), which features unique blue light technology and a Flexi Zone compartment. This highly specified ‘A’ rated side-by-side 4 door fridge freezer, is ideal for large families and features the latest technology to help keep food as fresh as possible, limiting the food wastage in these difficult economic times. In a first for Beko, this model includes blue light technology which allows fruit and vegetables to continue photosynthesis to leave them fresher and juicier for longer. Two chiller compartments on easy sliding runners are perfect for storing fresh and cooked meat and fish at a stable temperature so that the texture, nutritional values and life is prolonged.

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