Samsung RZ80FDMG Stand Alone freezer reviews
Some customer reviews of Samsung RZ80FDMGMost helpful reviews
Lauren, Essex Busy mum or dad
- Good points:
- ice maker and tray very useful,. Looks very slick. Drawers can be taken out to make a larger capacity as shelves are underneath them.
- Bad points:
- None so far
|Value for money||7.0|
Confirmed purchase: 16 Aug 2013
- Good points:
- Fantastic product.
- Bad points:
- Reviewer left no comment
|Value for money||10.0|
Confirmed purchase: 03 Feb 2014
|Type of freezer||Upright|
|Width in cm||180.0|
|Height in cm||59.5|
|Depth in cm||68.9|
|Noise level (Decibels)||42|
Also known as: Samsung FrostReevoo real-world guide to buying a freezer
Really easily controlled temperature.
In a stylish gun metal, the Samsung RZ80FDMG provides the perfect environment for your frozen food. The electronic control panel in the door lets you precisely set the temperature, as well as giving you access to loads of other features. Although there’s no ice dispenser, there’s a handy twist and pull ice box. You just fill it up, pop the PowerFreeze function on to rapidly lower the temperature, and you’ll have fresh ice within an hour. And thanks to its A+ energy rating, it’ll cost just £3.25 a month to run.
With 277 litres of space, the Samsung RZ80FDMG will have no problem housing all of your frozen food. Unlike a lot of freezers on the market, it’s even got storage in the door for easy access. And all the drawers and compartments are see-through, so you won’t have any trouble finding that tub of ice cream that’s fallen to the back. Thanks to its reversible door you won’t have to worry about where to put it in your kitchen either, as it will suit any layout.
This model comes with loads of features to help you get the environment exactly right. The electronic control panel lets you precisely adjust the temperature, and gives you access to the PowerFreeze function. This rapidly freezes everything, which is perfect if you’re making homemade ice lollies. It also helps with the twist and pull ice cube maker. All you have to do is fill it up with water, and within an hour you can have fresh ice to chill your drinks.
Once you’ve got the settings to your taste, you can activate the child lock. This means the little ones won’t be able to change anything by accident. For further convenience, if you forget to shut the door, the handy door open alarm will let you know. This will stop the shelves getting too warm, and keep your food fresher for longer.
This model is really efficient. It’s rated A+ on the energy scale, and will cost just £3.25 a month to run. It’s also got an Eco function, which when activated will only let you set the temperature between -14°C and -18°C. It’ll save you electricity and money, so you can spend more on filling it up.
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