Haier HRF-619KS Side By Side Refrigerator Launched In India

Chinese consumer electronics manufacturer Haier has launched a new side by side refrigerator, the HRF-619KS. Design-wise, it is the slimmest side by side refrigerator by the brand and is available in a Black Steel edition. The HRF-619KS also features a Smooth Touch Glass digital control panel for ease of use.


Haier claims that the refrigerator has been designed keeping in mind the space area available in the kitchen. It has a 90-degree contour door which allows users to access the crisper drawer without opening the entire door. The HRF-619KS offers an ample amount of space, with an area distribution of 66 percent refrigerator and 34 percent freezer.

In terms of performance, this Haier refrigerator is equipped with twin inverter compressor which is energy efficient and thus helps users maintain low electricity bills. With smart sensors, it adjusts the cooling cycle automatically and generates less sound with the latest noise control technology. The HRF-619SK comes with a holiday and smart function that controls the temperature settings when the user is out of town. In this mode, it keeps the freezer section running as usual, and sets the fridge temperature to 17-degrees Celsius to avoid unpleasant odours when the fridge is not in use for longer periods The refrigerator is also equipped with smart functions based on hi-tech sensors, which act as an internal guide to adjust the temperature based on the items in it and other ambient conditions.

The HRF-619KS is fitted with top LED lights inside that ensure uniform brightness. It features a depth of 655mm.

Pricing & Availability:

Haier’s new HRF-619KS Black Steel Edition carries a price tag of Rs 1,05,000 and is available across India.

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