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Believe it or not - you can actually increase the size of your refrigerator compartment in this Samsung product. Go right ahead and convert your freezer compartment into a fridge to store extra goodies during those special occasions and huge gatherings. Now, that’s pretty cool!
Have you ever noticed that some shelves are cooler than the others in your refrigerator? Thanks to Samsung’s All-Around Cooling technology, that won’t be the case anymore. This technology maintains a steady, constant and even temperature across every corner of the fridge, so that your food stays fresh for longer.
Time to convert your refrigerator into Mr. Freeze. Just turn the Power Cool and Power Freeze features on, sit back, relax and watch your food and drinks chill almost 31% faster. Oh, and did we forget to mention that the ice too is made at top speed? Time to chill.
Your dairy products, like cheese and yogurt, require more attention as they go bad fast. Well, Samsung has a nifty solution up its sleeve. A separate cooler compartment keeps your perishables fresh even when the fridge is opened frequently. So, just stock them up and enjoy them fresh.
Thanks to Samsung’s Digital Inverter Compressor, you are looking at a fridge that uses less energy, reduces noise and suffers less wear and tear. It also automatically adjusts the compressor’s speed in response to the cooling demand. Basically, you get to enjoy the convenience for a longer period of time.
During power cuts, do you constantly worry that the stuff in your refrigerator might go bad? Well, say goodbye to that thought. The Cool Pack maintains cooling in the refrigerator for up to 10 hours even after power cut. Quite revolutionary, don’t you think?
The Twist Ice Maker lets you create and dispense ice cubes quickly. Interiors of the fridge come with LED lights, which consume lesser power and emit lower heat, keeping things nice and cool inside. Toughened glass shelves allow you to place heavy utensils directly on them.
Could be way better
26 Sep, 2017