Appliances Online Comes Over All Patriotic with the Latest Smeg FAB28QSG Retro Fridge

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Smeg launches its limited edition St George’s Flag FAB28QSG retro fridge in time for the 2010 World Cup, available now from Appliances Online.

Smeg FAB28QSG retro fridge

Appliances Online announces the introduction of the limited edition Smeg FAB28QSG St George’s flag retro fridge, which joins the extensive range of FAB28 retro fridges already available from the online retailer.

With an exciting calendar of sport ahead of us this summer, the FAB28QSG is the ideal expression of patriotism and the perfect addition to the kitchen of any diehard fan.

With the FIFA World Cup looming, sports fans also have both Wimbledon and the World Twenty20 Championships to look forward to this summer, so time to start stocking up on the beer!

Offering a gross capacity of 256 litres, the energy efficient FAB28QSG is also A+ rated and features three adjustable glass shelves, a fruit and vegetable compartment, covered storage box and a chrome wine rack to store those extra bottles of champagne when England win! specialises in large kitchen appliances such as washing machines, cookers fridge freezers and tumble dryers. They offer next day delivery up until 5pm, price match promise and 10 day no fuss returns.


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Appliances Online was launched in 2000 and is part of DRL limited, the UK’s largest white label online kitchen appliance retailer. DRL was established in 2000 as an online white goods retailer and in 2009 acquired Expert Logistics; they now benefit from their own dedicated delivery fleet and employ over 420 people in their Bolton & Radcliffe based offices. The company’s client list includes Boots, Marks and Spencer, Next, House of Fraser, Debenhams, Empire Direct and Screwfix, as well as distribution clients such as Tesco. DRL also has its own retail websites, Appliances Online and Appliance Deals and customer review site, Appliance Reviews. In 2008 DRL was ranked 28th in The Times Fast Track 100 for sales growth.


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