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Bosch Classic Edition refrigerator

Posted in Refrigerators by Maria on November 21, 2006

bosch-refrigerator-classic-edition.jpgThe new Classic Edition Bosch KDL 19469 is a modern compactbosch-refrigerator-classic-edition-open1.jpg witha classic look, free-standing refrigerator that emulated conventional refrigerator design and layout, but with a modern twist.

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  1. Martin Barco said, on November 29, 2007 at 10:20 pm

    Hi Maria,
    My name is Martin. I live in Lima, Peru and also would like to buy a Bosch Classic Edition fridge (KDL 19469). But cannot find it in Peru. In fact, the Bosch distributor has only one in their showroom, but they told me that one is only for show..

    I suppose this fridge must be more expensive than the other models, but the design is beautiful and old-fashion-like. My question is if the refrigerant it uses is the ecological gas.. or it is the traditional freon gas..

    Also I do not know if there are some other brands such as “frigidaire” who can have available a similar fridge model.

    Look for your soon reply.
    Best,
    Martin Barco
    email: barcomartin@yahoo.com
    Lima, Peru

  2. Maria said, on December 5, 2007 at 2:52 pm

    Hello Martin, glad you stopped by my blog. :)
    I know i loved the old fashion design too. I had a look about this Bosch refrigerator but i haven’t found anythig about the type of gas that it uses. But i have another kind of refrigeratour form Smeg on my blog that i actualy like very much, is has a retro design it’s colorful and great looking. Retro Fridge. Have a look, tell me what you think about it.

    I hope I helped. :)
    Enjoy the rest of the blog.
    Maria


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