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Samsung RA20GCTS1 Refrigerator-Silver

Samsung RA20GCTS1 Refrigerator-Silver

Brand Samsung
Model Number RA20GCTS1
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Overview: Samsung RA20GCTS1 Refrigerator-Silver

The Samsung RA20GCTS1 is an intelligent blend of performance and style that fits right into your budget. The single door Samsung refrigerator runs on direct cooling technology, hence this model produces the necessary chill through natural convection that cools the air and products inside the unit instantly. The Samsung single door model has a total capacity of 186 litres, with 18 litre freezer and a 168 litre refrigerator, this refrigerator is perfectly able to take care of a small family's storage requirements. The Samsung refrigerator not only comes packed with cutting edge features, but is also very energy efficient. The refrigerator is low on power consumption and has been accredited with a 5 star energy rating by the Bureau of Energy efficiency.

Features: Samsung RA20GCTS1 Refrigerator-Silver

  • Double Door
  • 195 l
  • 121 - 200 l
Product Details
Manufacturer Samsung
Brand Samsung
Model Number RA20GCTS1
Dimensions and Weight
Product Weight 3.4 kg
Product Dimensions 68.7 cm x 59.3 cm x 118 cm

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  1. 1 of 1 people found this review helpful
     A good refrigerator at an affordable price 26 March, 2013 On
    I liked the price of it at the first place . The direct cooling technology is good and it makes ice cubes at a fast pace. Though the price is less here I found that it can be got at a much lesser price too. But the overall delivery and functionality experience was good. It is very good for a small family with 2-4 people.
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