The two-door lineup will start at Rs 1,06,990 and two-door ice and water dispenser model will be priced Rs 1,25,990; while the three-door model lineup will start at Rs 1,16,990
Samsung has launched its new SpaceMax Series Side-by-Side Refrigerator lineup in India. The line-up will be available in two-door and three-door options. Samsung has over 50 per cent market share in the refrigerator market in India.
Saurav Katyal, Director, Consumer Electronics Business, Samsung India, said, “Samsung continues to bring delight to the consumers through innovative technology solutions in the refrigerator space. Being an industry leader, we are excited to bring the all-new SpaceMax Series Side-by-Side refrigerators that are designed to change the way consumers store food. These refrigerators are highly energy efficient and durable, ensuring longer-lasting performance.”
SpaceMax Series side-by-side refrigerator lineup will be available across all channels and on Samsung Shop from April 22, 2019. The two-door lineup will start at Rs 1,06,990 and two-door ice and water dispenser model will be priced Rs 1,25,990; while the three-door model lineup will start at Rs 1,16,990.
Samsung SpaceMax refrigerator features
The Korea-based consumer electronics giant has equipped its new refrigerator range with inverter compressor technology. Samsung claims this technology helps saves up to 50 per cent energy.
Company’s official statement read, “Unlike conventional compressors, which just start and stop, Samsung Digital Inverter Compressor automatically adjusts its speed in response to cooling demand across seven levels, reducing wear and tear. The inverter technology is certified for a 21-year lifespan durability with high quality components and comes with a 10-year warranty.”
It continued, “The three-door, Side-by-Side Refrigerator consists of two fridges and one freezer. With its customizable storage space, including upper and lower fridge areas, it can minimize cool air loss by 55%, thus saving energy. The three-door design allows storing and organizing of food more efficiently and conveniently.”