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- Top LED
More energy efficient than a conventional light bulb, the top LED shines brighter. It brilliantly illuminates the entire refrigerator interior to help you see your food.
- Deep door shelves
Convenient for the thirsty household, the big guard is deeper than shelves found in conventional refrigerators, allowing you to store big containers in the door, along with two rows of cans and bottles.
|Product Description||Samsung RB29FSRNDBC - refrigerator/freezer - bottom-freezer - freestanding - black|
|Product Type||Refrigerator/freezer - bottom-freezer|
|Energy Class||Class A+|
|Energy Consumption per Year||272 kWh|
|Total Net Capacity||290 litres|
|Refrigerator Net Capacity||192 litres|
|Freezer Net Capacity||98 litres|
|Maximum Noise Level||39 dB|
|Display||Digital - behind the door|
|Cooling Type||Frost free|
|Freezing Capacity||12 kg/24hrs|
|Dimensions (WxDxH)||59.5 cm x 66.8 cm x 178 cm|
|Manufacturer Warranty||5 years|
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