I had been digging around for ages to find a reasonable chiller - needs to be fallow sized. My options seemed to be either
1) go big - some kind of quasi commercial walk in chiller room; or
2) go small - use a drinks chiller
Go Big...just doesn't work - I don't have the space, and cannot justify the expense
Go Small...possibly too small (second fallow was 67kg clean), and I saw nothing available anywhere near Kent in 6 months.
I then found the Landig fridges which seemed perfect, except for the price! Coolgame is the UK importer from Bavaria, and wanted £1560 for a Model 9000 fridge, and another £100 odd for a couple of wire racks and a drip tray. BUT, on the Landig website, the manufacturer is offering the same fridge for EUR 1200 (i.e £1,000) + delivery. I asked Landig if I could buy a fridge from them and deliver it to England, and they said no - Coolgame is the exclusive UK sales agent and therefore they will not ship me a fridge to the UK.
I then called Goolgame UK and asked if they could improve on the price given the massive difference in price - the chap had no interest in discussing a discount and said the difference was all due to shipping costs, and that I should buy it from Germany if I thought I could do better on the shipping.
Next I called National Pallets and asked the cost of shipping the fridge on a pallet, and it came in at under £200....so no way am I giving anyone £500 more than the fridge is costing them
Last month I took delivery of the Landig Fridge. Bought it in Germany at the factory gate (ordered it via email using google translate to turn emails into German), and arranged my own transport. Sent National Pallets to collect and all in cost was about £1200, saving nearly £500..
This fridge is massive - has 6' vertical hanging space, double hanging rails mounted at the top, programmable temperature control and a lockable door. Thoroughly recommend the product, and buying in Germany may make it a better value alternative to some of you. (Obviously I don't have a 'UK Customer Support' relationship, but this is a German fridge...)