The appliance is either Energy Star Certified, or has an EU energy efficiency rating of A++ or A+++. This means it consumes around 20-30% less energy than is required by the minimum local standards for energy efficiency.
The more power per year a device consumes, the less energy efficient it is, making it more costly over time.
This eliminates odours while also keeping the air clean and fresh.
The more compartments the better the opportunity to keep the freezer organised.
Door bins are useful for storing goods that won’t be affected too much by the loss of temperature opening and closing of the door brings, such as eggs.
Spill-proof shelves have a raised lip, which will contain a spill to one shelf.
Dedicated vegetable drawers keep vegetables fresher for longer.
Humidity control prolongs the life of fresh foods stored in the refrigerator. For example fruit is best kept in a low humidity setting while the likes of spinach and basil are best kept at the higher setting.
The refrigerator will sound an alarm to inform you it has been left open. This will save energy while also ensuring your food will stay at the correct temperature.
A water dispenser will give you chilled, filtered water whenever you need it.
The built-in ice dispenser will create ice for you on demand but requires plumbing installation.
This will inform you when the water filter needs to be replaced.