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- The Full Open Box goes full out for convenience
With a larger opening than conventional freezer drawers, the Full Open Box makes it easier to organize and remove items - even bulky foods, like a 3-gallon tub of ice cream. The box extends out all the way for optimum use of space and, thanks to the drawer's design, you can open the Full Open Box even if the refrigerator door is only open 90 degrees.
- Chill more beverages; quench more thirsts
Convenient for the thirsty household, the Big Guard is deeper than shelves found in conventional refrigerators. You can store big containers of milk and juice in the door, along with two rows of beverage cans and bottles. Throwing a party? Use the Big Guard to chill tall bottles of water, soda, and other liquid refreshments.
- Top LED
More energy efficient than a conventional light bulb, the Top LED shines brighter than a conventional Samsung LED. It brilliantly illuminates the entire refrigerator interior to help you clearly see your food. Find items easier, so you don't keep the door open as long - save time and energy, too.
- True No Frost
Samsung's True No Frost feature ensures even cooling to eliminate frost and icy build-ups. You can keep all your perishables fresh and nutritious, What's more, by maintaining an even temperature, True No Frost puts less demands on energy needs, which increases the durability of the cooling system.
|Product Description||Samsung RB29FSRNDSA - refrigerator/freezer - bottom-freezer - freestanding - metal graphite|
|Product Type||Refrigerator/freezer - bottom-freezer|
|Energy Class||Class F|
|Energy Consumption per Year||311 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|
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