Find the perfect refrigerator for you
Preserve freshness and flavour
When you are about to invest in a new refrigerator that best suits your needs, there are a few factors to consider. The kitchen space, your shopping routine and smart features of the fridge all influence what appliance you should go with. Follow our simple buying guide that will help you find the right fridge for you.
What will you store in your fridge?
Fresh fruit and vegetables – Look for fridges with salad crispers and deep drawers for large vegetables.
Meat and fish – A model with the FreshZone® compartment, which is a few degrees cooler than the rest of the fridge, will keep meat and fish fresh for longer.
Dairy – See if the fridge has a covered compartment on the door, designed for storing the most delicate dairy.
Drinks – Consider wine racks, adjustable shelves to fit bottles or a built-in wine cooler.
Fridge capacity is measured in litres, and you can estimate it in terms of full grocery bags:
up to 200 litres – small sized households
200-300 litres – mid sized households
300-400 litres – large sized households
Pro-tip: Leave some space in the fridge so air can circulate for efficient cooling.
Responsive temperature control – The Shopping Function quickly cools down your fresh groceries to the right temperature.
Consistent climate – FreeStore® system distributes cooled air evenly throughout the fridge.
Flexible storage – The CustomFlex® modular system allows you to rearrange the door compartments as you wish. And the new shelf design removes restrictions to loading the fridge.
Holiday mode – Maintains internal temperature at 15ºC when you are away from home, preventing odours in the empty fridge.
High energy efficiency will help you save on energy bills. The most energy efficient fridge would have the highest rating of A+++. In comparison, A++ class fridge is 21% more efficient than A+ class.
Pro-tip: Reduce energy consumption by placing your fridge away from heat emitting appliances like radiators and ovens.