Should I buy? This enormous LG GSL961PZBV American Style Fridge Freezer

Get yourself a cavernous American style fridge freezer if you've got the room

LG American Style Fridge Freezer GSL961PZBV
(Image credit: LG)

Massive American-style fridge freezers usually come with an equally big price tag, but thanks to Currys this LG American Style Fridge Freezer GSL961PZBV is just £849. That means there’s a whopping £450 off the current price, although you never know, we might see that creep down yet further come Black Friday deals time.

But, if you need to get it now then be prepared to shop-til-you drop in order to fill up this monster with 405 litres of storage up for grabs in the fridge, plus a chunky 196 litres in the freezer portion. That’s 601 litres all in. You also get a water and ice dispenser on the front as well as dazzling design lines and a fine ‘Shine steel’ finish. Inside there’s a clever storage system that can accommodate everything you’ve bought and, quite possibly, more besides.

LG American Style Fridge Freezer GSL961PZBV £849 | Was £1299 | Save £450 at Currys 

LG American Style Fridge Freezer GSL961PZBV £849 | Was £1299 | Save £450 at Currys 

There’s nothing like having the luxury of an American-style fridge freezer. You get cavernous storage but, thanks to LG and its innovative design and build ethos, a raft of clever tech packed both inside and out. For example, there’s a cool – quite literally – food freshness feature inside that is super kind to your fruit and veg. Meanwhile, outside there’s a water and ice dispenser, which works a treat and is ultra-convenient. You’ll need some space for this beauty mind, with 179 x 91.2 x 73.8 cm (H x W x D) dimensions that let you know it means business. There’s an A+ energy efficiency rating too.

3 reasons to buy the LG GSL961PZBV

•  Incredible 601 litres of total storage

•  Water and ice dispenser

•  Mega cool styling

Rob Clymo

Rob Clymo has been a tech journalist for more years than he can actually remember, having started out in the wacky world of print magazines before discovering the power of the internet. Since he's been all-digital, he has run the Innovation channel for a few years at Microsoft, as well as turning out regular news, reviews, features and other content for the likes of Stuff, TechRadar, TechRadar Pro, Tom's Guide, Fit&Well, Gizmodo, Shortlist, Automotive Interiors World, Automotive Testing Technology International, Future of Transportation and Electric & Hybrid Vehicle Technology International. In the rare moments he's not working, he's usually out and about on one of the numerous e-bikes in his collection.