Got a large family to feed? Our favourite jumbo fridges have all of the storage capacity you need, plus some handy features that will make your life a whole lot easier.
LG InstaView Door-in-Door
With a whopping storage capacity of 803 litres, LG’s InstaView Door-in-Door GF-X9052GR is one of the largest refrigerators out there. However, size is by far its only asset. Its highlight is the mirrored glass panel that illuminates with two quick knocks, giving you a sneak peek of the contents in your fridge without letting cold air escape. Additionally, LG’s Hygiene FRESH+ technology eliminates up to 99.9% of bacteria and removes bad odours. The fridge’s stainless steel body is also scratch-resistant, keeping it in great condition around even the most energetic of children.
Samsung Family Hub
The Samsung Family Hub RS62T5F04B4/SS comes with a large capacity of 628 litres, as well as a variety of features that will transform your humble abode into a true smart home. By connecting the fridge’s built-in system to your smartphone, you can share messages with the rest of the family and even add a music player to the home screen, allowing you to play your favourite tunes in the kitchen. The refrigerator also comes with a built-in camera, so you’ll be able to easily monitor the contents of your fridge from your smartphone, no matter where you are. Not sure what to cook next? Check out the recipes on the Meal Planner app, which suggests meals based on what’s available inside your fridge.
VZUG Cooler V6000 Supreme
Packing an impressive storage capacity of 626 litres inside a petite frame, the brand new VZUG Cooler V6000 Supreme additionally sports handy features like the InfinityShelf system, quick cooling, a full-colour display and TouchControl. The refrigerator is smartly designed to be especially quiet, with a noise level of only 41 dB(A). If you’re looking to fit out your kitchen with a large freezer or even something as fancy as a wine chiller, VZUG’s V6000 Supreme series also includes a 359 litre freezer as well as a wine cooler that can fit up to 72 bottles of wine, both easily paired with the refrigerator for a more seamless kitchen design.
Hitachi Side-by-Side Grande
Hitachi’s R-M700VAG9MSX Side-by-Side Grande makes freshness and food preservation its priority. With 569 litres of storage capacity, it also brings a whole lot of clever features to the table, such as its vacuum compartment, which reduces oxygen inside the fridge for longer-lasting freshness. On the exterior, a handy touch-screen controller allows you to change your settings and preferences, the smooth glass material keeping the fridge easy to clean in the process. Feeling thirsty? An ice and water dispenser can hold up to 3.2 litres of water on the left-hand side of the refrigerator, providing you with ice cubes or a refreshing cup of water on a hot day.
Fisher & Paykel Freestanding French Door
If a clever refrigerator is what you’re looking for, we’ve got just the fridge for you. Fisher & Paykel’s RF610ADUB5 model adapts to your daily usage, learning to cool and defrost only when needed to save you electricity in the long run. With 536 litres of storage space, it’s the brand’s largest fridge to date, fitted out with EZKleen technology for easier and faster maintenance. The fridge’s highlight? Its flexible, spill-safe glass shelves, which are designed with nifty trims that capture drips and leaks inside the fridge. Humidity control slides additionally help to keep vegetables and fruits fresh by creating a separate microclimate in the respective drawers.
Despite being the smallest fridge on our list, the Panasonic NR-F654GT-X6 still comes with an impressive 534 litres of storage. Our favourite feature, however, is the soft freezing option, which keeps all of your ingredients stored at a steady -3°C. This reduces the need to defrost while keeping foods fresh and nutritious for up to seven days. When you’re not soft freezing, double moisture control filters automatically adjust the humidity levels in the fridge, creating an ideal environment for everything from vegetables to fish. Last but not least, Panasonic’s nanoe X technology uses water ions to eliminate bacteria and remove odours inside the refrigerator, keeping foods clean and healthy for your whole family.
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