Gorenje RK60359OBK review: 22 facts and highlights
1. fridge capacity
This is the amount the refrigerator can hold in litres.
Samsung RF263TEAESR: 736l
2. storage time in event of failure
Some freezers are better suited to preserving food in the event of a failure. This measure is the maximum amount of time the freezer can adequately store items in the event of failure, as measured in hours.
Bosch KIS87AF30G: 26°C
Bosch KIN85AF30G: 500mm
Samsung RSA1STMG: 734mm
5. Has automatic defrosting
A self-defrosting freezer cycles on/off periodically to melt and remove ice that would otherwise build up in the freezer's interior.
46% have it
6. Has a fast cooling switch
The fast cool switch will drop the temperature at the click of a button to ensure your groceries will cool as soon as possible.
34% have it
7. Has a fast freezing switch
This feature is used when you need to freeze large amounts of fresh, unfrozen food. The faster food is frozen, the better the quality will be when the food is thawed.
50% have it
8. freezer compartments
The more compartments the better the opportunity to keep the freezer organised.
Samsung T9000: 12
9. door bins
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.
Bauknecht 855059801340: 10
10. vegetable drawers
Dedicated vegetable drawers keep vegetables fresher for longer.
Smeg FQ60XP: 4
Gorenje RK60359OC: 77g
Bosch KIV38X22GB: 541mm
13. annual power consumption
The more power per year a device consumes, the less energy efficient it is, making it more costly over time.
LG LFX29927ST: 0kWh
14. has top energy efficiency rating
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.