Samsung RB34T602ESA review
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Samsung says the RB34T602ESA fridge freezer uses ‘SpaceMax’ technology and advanced insulation to keep food perfectly cool, despite having thinner walls. This should mean there’s more room inside for your groceries, but can this fridge freezer keep everything at the right temperature without wasting energy? Read our expert review to find out.
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