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Got people coming over? Just bought the drinks and worried they won’t cool in time? Don’t worry, this Whirlpool refrigerator ensures that you’ll never run out of cold water or beverages. The 6th SENSE QuickChill Technology will cool your drinks twice as fast as similar, conventional models.
This refrigerator features a very efficient compressor, powerful cooling and up to 9 hours of cooling retention during power cuts. The duct that carries the refrigerant is itself surrounded by super-cold gas which keeps everything chilled and prevents food from spoiling.
Why settle for less? The freezer section in this Whirlpool refrigerator is extra-large, so you can store a lot more than usual in it. But that’s not all, the super-cold temperature of almost -26 degrees means that all those goodies that are stored in the freezer will stay fresh for a lot longer.
This refrigerator makes ice super-quick - faster than most refrigerators in its class. Thanks to its advanced insulated Capillary technology and a powerful compressor, you can call as many people over as you want, and still have enough ice for all their drinks. Say cheers.
Keep your food shielded from bad bacteria inside this refrigerator. The anti-bacterial gasket prevents fungi and bacteria from getting into the refrigerator. Not only does it seal the doors, it also keeps the door-lining clean and hygienic. As a bonus, the gasket is also easy to remove and clean.
This Whirlpool refrigerator can stably operate even in high fluctuation of voltage (130V-300V) and do not require a separate stabiliser. It uses eco-friendly insulation materials and does its bit for the environment. The refrigerator shelves are made up of toughened glass. The door rack allows you to store big 2 L bottles even.
This refrigerator is equipped with a sleek flush lock to keep your food locked, and safe from mischievous kids.
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