Samsung Launches New Multi-Door Fridge RN405 18 Aug 2012

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Samsung has introduced its first-ever Multi-Door Refrigerator RN405 to up the ante in keeping foods fresh for consumers. Consumers can look to enjoy the wholesomeness of fresh foods as vegetables remain green and leafy even after many days of storage in the Samsung Multi-Door refrigerator RN405.

This is possible only with Samsung’s Moist Fresh Zone Shower technology, which supplies moisture cyclically into the drawer.

Storing Foods at the Right Temperature

In order to ensure that foods are stored in optimized temperatures to maintain freshness, the RN405 comes equipped with Freeze Flex Zone technology.

With this feature, consumers can now store different kinds of foods, at their individual optimized temperatures, in different compartments. For example, cuts of meat can be stored at -7 degrees Celsius, separate from other foods that are stored at other temperatures.

Saves Energy and Reduces Noise

The RN405 also features the Digital Inverter Compressor, which enhances efficient cooling performance while increasing energy savings and ensuring optimal freshness.

It further controls the perceptible noise at a low level, making even night-time cooling quiet and stress-free.

Additional features:

  • Easy Vegetable Access is a storage compartment for fruits and vegetables, that is located at the waist-level, providing easy access to consumers who no longer need to bend over when retrieving items.
  • A long-side LED light lights up every nook and cranny of the refrigerator more brightly, bringing ease to consumers who want to store or retrieve items in low-lit environment or at night.
  • With a net capacity of 392 litres, the RN405 comes equipped with ample built-in space and touch LED capabilities.

The Multi-Door Refrigerator (392 litres) will be available in Singapore at $3,599 in September 2012.

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