Up close with Samsung's 'Space' fridge
- — 27 July, 2010 10:38
Recently we had the opportunity to tour Samsung's white goods showroom, including spending some time with the impressive Black SPACE SRS683GDHB refrigerator. According to Samsung there has been an increase in demand for black home appliances and so the company has delivered a number of them in different home appliance categories.
The Samsung Black SPACE SRS683GDHB refrigerator, apart from looking rather handsome, boasts some impressive technology. Ultra-thin insulation in the interior of the fridge boosts internal storage: according to Samsung it increases capacity from an average 600L to 684L.
Samsung's 'Twin Cooling' technology separates the fridge and freezer coolers. For A conventional refrigerator cycles cool air from the fridge up into the freezer, which carries along with it the odours from fresh food and can make your frozen goods smell funky. Also in a conventional fridge, the constant cooling of moist air from the fridge to the freezer requires more energy consumption and increases the likely hood of items like steak getting 'freezer burn'. According to Samsung, its 'Twin Cooling’ technology ensures fridge and freezer temperatures are maintained independently so that items in the fridge retain their moisture and freshness while frozen goods don’t end up smelling stale.
The fridge features an easy access hatch for items like milk or cold drinks. The drink hatch is a small door panel that means you won't need to open the whole fridge. This saves energy by reducing the loss of cool air. The hatch flap can hold up to 70kg of weight.
LED lighting is featured in the Samsung Black SPACE SRS683GDHB. LEDs require less power than incandescent lighting. The Samsung Black SPACE SRS683GDHB has ‘tower’ lighting reaching from the bottom to the top of the refrigerator so that every part of the fridge is well lit. LED lighting in Samsung fridges has a lifetime warranty.
The Samsung Black SPACE SRS683GDHB has a drink and ice dispenser is built into the door rather than the top shelf of the freezer, which frees up more space on the shelves for frozen goods.
The fridge is priced at $3299.