Hisense Intros New Low Profile French Door Refrigerator

Christine Persaud

Published: 12/06/2017 09:34:51 AM EST in Style

Hisense Intros New Low Profile French Door Refrigerator

Hisense has launched the RF21, a 21-cubic-foot French door-style refrigerator that combines sleek modern design with smart user-friendly features.

The refrigerator features dedicated food-specific storing slots, and an additional slim profile storage drawer for more space.

Designed to sit flush with the kitchen countertop, the RF21 includes an integrated ice and water dispenser with touch electronic controls. Using the touch controls, customers can also adjust temperatures and humidity levels inside the fridge without opening the door.

The fridge is built with several adaptable shelves that allow for storage of tall bottles, or uniquely shaped items. The RF21 also has oversized door baskets that can accommodate two 2-litre containers.

"The RF21 reflects our continued dedication to reimagining and improving how Canadians can store, and enjoy, their food," says Meaghan Wilkinson, Senior Marketing Manager, Hisense Canada. "We've hit the mark with our new fridge, and are confident the RF21 will be the envy of anyone with a large family or who likes entertaining."

Hisense's new My Fresh Choice function provides a complete temperature range to fit different storage requirements. Four temperature settings (3°C, 1°C, -1° C and -15°C) allow this compartment to change from a fridge to a freezer, as needed.

There are two under-shelf slots for standard 9" x 13" baking trays located in the fridge, ideal for defrosting tomorrow's dinner or storing appetizers pre-party.

The Hisense RF21 is available at Canadian retailers including The Brick, RONA and Brault & Martineau and Ameublements Tanguay (in Quebec) for an MSRP of $2,500.

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