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    Default Thorn fridge. Anyone know Anything?

    I'm looking at a thorn fridge from radio rentals and can't find anything online about them! Does anyone know something about them?

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    I have one and have no issues.

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    From memory they are very cheap. Those rental deals end up setting you back 2 or 3 times the cost and if it's a thorn then I would expect the payments would be cheaper?

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    Yes I know it's more expensive to rent rather than buy but at the moment we can't afford to buy a big enough fridge for us. It is fairly cheap! We were uming and ahing about a Samsung French door but it isn't going to fit in our kitchen

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    We got ours on rent 3 get one free deal. It got us what we needed at the time, and as a bonus if it dies while you've got it you get repairs/replacement. Don't even notice the payment coming out. I can't fault ours.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fluffykitty View Post
    Yes I know it's more expensive to rent rather than buy but at the moment we can't afford to buy a big enough fridge for us. It is fairly cheap! We were uming and ahing about a Samsung French door but it isn't going to fit in our kitchen
    I didn't mean to come across judgy. I maybe worded it badly. What I mean is, is the thorn cheaper per month than say a samsung or westinghouse? If it is then cool, but thorn are a cheap brand so don't pay the same monthly price as a dearer brand.

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    Quote Originally Posted by delirium View Post
    I didn't mean to come across judgy. I maybe worded it badly. What I mean is, is the thorn cheaper per month than say a samsung or westinghouse? If it is then cool, but thorn are a cheap brand so don't pay the same monthly price as a dearer brand.
    Oh no! Don't worry I didn't think what you said was judgey at all! yes it is a lot cheaper than the popular brands

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