Refrigeration: Sub-Categories

Buying guide: Fridge freezers

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What sizes do they come in?

They are available in three sizes:

  • Slim – 55cm
  • Standard – 60cm
  • Retro – 60 – 80cm
How are the fridge freezers laid out?
  • Freezer on top and fridge at the bottom
  • Freezer on bottom and fridge at the top
What key features should I look out for?
  • Smart technology – comes with WiFi connectivity. The appliances can be synchronised with your smartphone.
  • Water dispensers – they give a fresh supply of chilled water. Some models connect directly to the water supply and may require plumbing.
  • Frost free – stops ice from building up. A fan keeps the cool air constantly moving hence no need to defrost every few months.
  • Holiday mode – temperature of fridge is adjusted to keep away and smell and keeps energy usage less
  • Anti-bacterial lining – special coating that stops the build up of smell and mould
  • Fast freeze – this setting lowers the temperatures rapidly to give the right condition
  • Auto defrost – stops ice build-up. There is a hole near the bottom of the fridge compartment collecting condensation so that ice doesn’t build up.
  • Freezer guard protection – ideal for storing the appliances below 10˚C as low temperature can stop the appliance from working. This technology ensures the appliances stays at the right temperature at all times.
  • Warning alarm – alerts you when the appliances isn’t closed or when internal temperature is higher than the safe temperature
Does the fridge require plumbing?

They come in different models – some requires plumbing and some dont . Non-plumbed models can be positioned anywhere and plumbed-in models needs to be near a water source

Buying guides: American style fridge freezers

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What sizes do they come in?

They are available in three sizes:

  • Narrow: 70 – 84 cm
  • Standard: 85 – 95 cm
  • Wide: 96 cm +
How are the doors designed?

They can come in these designs:

  • 2 door: side by side. The most common type with an upright fridge and freezer compartment
  • 3 door: a double door fridge compartment at the top and a freezer drawer at the bottom
  • 4 door: a large double door fridge at the top with a slightly smaller double door at the bottom
What key features should I look out for?
  • Built-in camera: this allows you too see what you have at home whilst you are outside.
  • Twin cooling: one for the fridge and one for the freezer so the food stays fresh longer.
  • Convertible zones: this is third compartment – you can use it as extra fridge space or extra freezer compartment
  • Dispensers: water dispensers and ice dispensers. You will always have cold water and/or ice always ready for you when needed
  • Door storage: this give you more space and allows you to keep your fridge organised
What capacity does American fridge freezer come in?
  • 400 Litres: Better suited for a family of 2 or 3
  • 600 Litres: Perfect for a family of 4
  • 700 Litres and above: Ideal for large families over 5 people
Does the fridge require plumbing?

They come in different models – some requires plumbing and some dont . Non-plumbed models can be positioned anywhere and plumbed-in models needs to be near a water source

Buying guide: Fridges

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What sizes do they come in?

They are available in three sizes:

  • Upright – ideal for medium sized households
  • Undercounter – ideal for smaller households or as a second fridge. Sits nicely under the counter
  • Mini fridge – Personal sized fridge.
What key features should I look out for?
  • Frozen compartment – some fridge has a freezer compartment. Enough space for small about of frozen food when needed
  • Flexible storage options – adjustable door shelves, metal racks, crisper draws
  • Reversible door – you can choose which side you want the door to open on
  • Temperature control – you can have an optimum condition that keeps all food fresh
  • Anti-bacterial lining – special coating that stops the build up of smell and mould
  • Consistent climate – DynamicAir Technology helps keep the temperature even throughout the fridge
  • Auto defrost – stops ice build-up. There is a hole near the bottom of the fridge compartment collecting condensation so that ice doesn’t build up.
  • Warning alarm – alerts you when the appliances isn’t closed or when internal temperature is higher than the safe temperature
  • Holiday mode – temperature of fridge is adjusted to keep away and smell and keeps energy usage less
What capacity does the fridge come in?
  • 100 – 150 litres: for 1-2 people
  • 150 – 250 litres: for 3-4 people
  • 250+ litres: for 5 people or more

Buying guide: Freezers

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What sizes do they come in?

They are available in three sizes:

  • Upright – ideal for medium sized households
  • Undercounter – ideal for smaller households or as a second fridge. Sits nicely under the counter
  • Chest – Ideal for larger households
What key features should I look out for?
  • Frost free – stops ice from building up. A fan keeps the cool air constantly moving hence no need to defrost every few months.
  • Fast freeze – this setting lowers the temperatures rapidly to give the right condition
  • Auto defrost – stops ice build-up. There is a hole near the bottom of the fridge compartment collecting condensation so that ice doesn’t build up.
  • Warning alarm – alerts you when the appliances isn’t closed or when internal temperature is higher than the safe temperature
  • Control panel lock – Safety feature for kids in house.
  • Flexible storage options – adjustable door shelves, metal racks, crisper draws
  • Freezer guard protection – ideal for storing the appliances below 10˚C as low temperature can stop the appliance from working. This technology ensures the appliances stays at the right temperature at all times.
  • Extra-large drawers: for storing larger items in the freezer
  • Freezer rating : **** freezer rating allows food to be stored safely for up to 12 months.
What do star ratings for ice boxes and freezers mean?
  • * (ice box) – operates at a minimum temperature of -6˚C
  • ** (ice box) – operates at a minimum temperature of -12˚C
  • *** (ice box) – operates at a minimum temperature of -18˚C
  • **** (freezer) – operates at a minimum temperature of -18˚C
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