Sharp has launched its first fridge freezers – the A+ energy rated SJF79PSSL, SJPT690RS and SJPT690RS.
The manufacturer – which is better known for its televisions and microwaves – has launched a four-door fridge freezer and a pair of two-door models.
All three Sharp fridge freezers are frost free (so you don’t have to defrost them) and feature Sharp’s ‘Plasmacluster’ technology -designed to reduce mould and bacteria. They also have a built-in deodorizing system.
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Sharp four-door fridge freezer
The four-door SJF79PSSL fridge freezer has a large 605 litre capacity – big enough to hold a whole smoked salmon on one shelf.
Internal fridge storage includes two salad crispers, a separate fruit compartment, wine holder and delicatessen drawer. It has seven independent door shelves including a covered dairy compartment and two extra-deep bottle shelves.
The four-star freezer compartment sits at the bottom of the unit, includes a deep storage drawer for larger items and has twin ice makers capable of creating ice within 20 minutes.
The SJF79PSSL is available now priced around £1300.
Sharp two-door fridge freezers
Sharp’s two door fridge-freezers come with LED lighting in both the fridge and freezer compartments and a range of internal storage solutions.
The four star freezer compartments include two pizza pockets in the door, while the fridge sections offer a mini-tray shelf that can be used as a wine rack or as an additional storage tray for small items
The SJPT640RS has a 514 litre net fridge capacity and is on sale now priced around £700, while the SJPT690RS offers a larger 555 litre capacity, priced around £750. Both feature top mounted freezer compartments.
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