In its March 2018 issue, German-based “Test” magazine featured two Liebherr appliances as best in their class. Through the latest Consumer Product Testing conducted by Stiftung Warentest, our built-in refrigerator ICBP 3266 was rated “good”, while freestanding refrigerator CNef 4315 achieved the best rating with a grade of 1.6. A total of 30 appliances by several manufacturers were examined in this test.
Freestanding Refrigerator CNef 4315 achieved best rating with a grade of 1.6
Below is an extract of the article:
For Liebherr’s award winners, the conclusion is clear: “This is what winners look like”. An expert in fridges and freezers, Liebherr Appliances has once again achieved top rankings this year. The independent German testing institute Stiftung Warentest confirmed the outstanding performance of Liebherr refrigerators in its current March issue (03/2018). The most important assessment criteria in the test from Stiftung Warentest were power consumption, handling, temperature stability for storing, cooling and freezing, behaviour in the event of malfunction, and noise and vibration. The results determined by Stiftung Warentest have been an important purchase criterion for customers for more than 50 years.
Among freestanding appliances, Liebherr fridge-freezer CNef 4315 took first place with the best grade of 1.6. Its excellent energy efficiency and performance in terms of noise and vibration were key factors. The CNP 4813 was rated “good” and praised for its operating reliability even in higher ambient temperatures.
The integrable Liebherr fridge-freezer ICBP 3266 was awarded first place in the built-in category. It won the jury over with its reliable cooling and freezing performance, quiet operation, and safety concept in the form of door and temperature alarms. In addition, the appliance won points for its clear and flexible features and telescopic rails for easy handling.
Built-in Refrigerator ICBP 3266 was rated “good”
Stiftung Warentest is a German organisation that offers objective advice to consumers through comparative testing. Since it was founded in 1964, over 78,000 products and services have been put to the test. Ninety-six percent of Germans know Stiftung Warentest and one third of them relies on its test results for major purchasing decisions. Stiftung Warentest aims to optimise the use of household income and promote a healthy, environmentally friendly lifestyle. Its monthly magazine ‘Test’ was launched in 1966 and has a circulation of 550,000 copies.
Meanwhile, you will be pleased to know that the new CNef 4315 will be available in Malaysia in late 2018. Stay tuned!