1 Reason For
The AEG A52020GNW0 has a built-in display, whereas the Siemens GS29NVW33 does not have a built-in display.
This denoted whether the freezer has a display, showing critical information such as the current temperature.
A display allows you to easily see what temperature the freezer is currently at, and whether there are any problems that need to be rectified.
5 Reasons For
18L Higher Freezer Net Capacity
Siemens GS29NVW33 is 195L capacity, but the AEG A52020GNW0 is only a 177L capacity freezer (18L lower).
This is the total usable (net) capacity of the freezer, measured in litres.
A higher capacity means that more food can be stored in the freezer at a time.
Longer Storage Time During Power Failure
The Siemens GS29NVW33 has a storage time during power failure of 19h, but the AEG A52020GNW0 is only a 15h storage time during power failure freezer (4h shorter).
The length of time during which freezer can store food without mains power connection.
A longer storage time means that there is less chance of your food being defrosted and ruined by an untimely power failure.
$96 Cheaper to Run Over Five Years
The Siemens GS29NVW33 only costs $432 to run over five years whereas the AEG A52020GNW0 costs $528 to run (22% more).
Higher Energy Efficiency Rating
The energy efficiency rating of the Siemens GS29NVW33 is "A++", but the rating of the AEG A52020GNW0 is "A+".
Siemens freezers have an average rating of 93%, however AEG has an average rating of 89.2%.