French Door Refrigerators
French Door fridges are large capacity units with a multi-door design. Though standard French Door refrigerators are fairly wide (some models come with a capacity of over 800 litres), slim-line styles are available for those with limited space. These models have a contemporary appeal; they suit most modern kitchens, and have been designed with family living in mind.
Some French Door refrigerators come with smart technology – models like the Samsung Family Hub™ range, that can connect wirelessly to your smartphone, allowing families to share schedules and shopping lists. An internal camera lets you see the contents of your refrigerator, anytime you want, so managing food is much simpler. These fridges act as an entertainment system too; you can watch mobile content on the built-in screen, and stream your favourite music whilst cooking.
Side-by-Side refrigerators feature a set of double doors that open from the middle outwards; they don’t just have one single-hinged door, like traditional refrigerators. These units are great for big families, with some models having a capacity of up to 700 litres.
Double Door Refrigerators
Double Door refrigerators are tall units, with a freezer section at the top and a separate fridge compartment underneath. Because they’re usually slimmer than French Door and Side-by-Side models, these refrigerators are a great space-saving option for smaller homes.
Single Door Refrigerators
Single door refrigerators are one-door units with a capacity of up to 255 litres. They come with an integrated freezer compartment, and are perfect for more compact kitchens.
The world’s first* Frost Free Refrigerator that makes fresh curd and preserves it too. It is not only convenient but also eliminates all the hassle of curd making in different weather conditions. What’s more! It makes curd with the same consistency, every time.
These refrigerators come with 5 modes to suit different needs:
• Normal Mode: For everyday use, get optimal cooling in the fridge and the freezer.
• Extra Fridge Mode: Get extra storage by converting the freezer into fridge.
• Seasonal Mode: Save energy by switching off the freezer when you don’t use it.
• Vacation Mode: Reduce energy consumption during vacation by keeping the freezer on, while the fridge is switched off.
• Home Alone Mode: Home alone and don’t have a lot to store in your fridge? Then switch off your fridge and use your freezer as a mini fridge by converting the freezer into a fridge.
Digital Inverter™ Technology
Digital Inverter Technology makes precise cooling adjustments to keep your food fresh, for longer. It also senses temperature changes and adjusts the compressor speed accordingly, reducing energy wastage, and minimizing wear and tear – which greatly extends refrigerator life. Not only this, it comes with a 10-year warranty. When it comes to reliability, the VDE certification means that the compressor will run for as long as 21 years**.
Twin Cooling Plus™ Technology
Twin Cooling Plus™ technology features a revolutionary independent cooling system, with separate airflows in both the fridge and freezer.
Additionally, Samsung’s Twin Cooling Plus™ technology:
• Enables independent temperature control of both the fridge and freezer, as per your needs.
• Helps retain up to 70% moisture^^ and prevents mixing of odours to ensure freshness.
Flexible Storage Systems
Modern refrigerators come with flexible storage systems, allowing you to personalise the internal layout with ease. Transparent freezer and salad drawers make it easy to see and access food; glass shelving prevents liquids – like sauces, oils or meat juices – from leaking onto produce below. These types of shelves are easier to clean too, and have largely replaced traditional wire shelving. Adjustable door bins enable you to alter the position of your refrigerator door bins, so that they can hold cans, cartons and bottles properly.
Built-in Voltage Stabilizers
Because voltage fluctuations are fairly common in India, electrical appliances (including refrigerators) should be equipped with stabilizers. These prevent electrical damage caused by voltage fluctuations; if your refrigerator has a built-in stabilizer, you won’t need to purchase a separate one. This is referred as Stabilizer-Free Operation in Samsung models.
Water and Ice Dispensers
For cold water and ice on tap, choose a refrigerator with a water and ice dispenser. If you want unlimited cold water and ice, your refrigerator needs to be plumbed in; if your appliance isn’t close to a water supply, you’ll need to buy a non-plumbed refrigerator. Samsung offers both plumbed and non-plumbed refrigerators with water and ice dispensers in them.
Child lock prevents little ones from pressing buttons and changing your refrigerator settings.
If your refrigerator door is left open for too long, an alarm reminds you to close it. So that food stays fresh and energy isn’t wasted.
Power Cool/Power Freeze
Power Cool and Power Freeze allows you to quickly lower the temperature of your fridge or freezer. This is useful when stocking your refrigerator; they can lose cool-air when being restocked, whilst frozen foods can start to defrost on the way back from the shops. Rapid cool and freeze settings restore cool temperatures, so you can enjoy your favourite foods straight away.