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In-column cool with Caple’s new fridge-freezers

Caple has unveiled new fridge-freezers – the Ri7301 and Ri7306 – both designed to fit neatly behind closed cabinet doors. The models are a 70/30 split and they feature ultra-low sound levels to suit open-plan kitchen living.

Caple Product Manager, Luke Shipway, said there has been an increase in demand for ample refrigeration space for produce.

“Our Ri7301 fridge-freezer is ideal for those who require value-for-money coupled with functionality, while our Ri7306 model features frost-free technology,” he explained. “This feature coupled with our Caple Fresh technology, which comes as standard on this fridge-freezer, means you can benefit from fresher food for longer.”

New Ri7306

The Ri7301 model has a maximum sound level of 38dB (conversation levels take place at 59dB) with auto defrost and a top LED strip light for a modern finish. With an F rating (remember the energy label and ERP regulation change), the freezer compartment features manual defrost, super freeze, an ice cube tray and plastic ice scraper.

In the Ri7306 fridge-freezer, the vegetable drawers in the fridge compartment operate with Caple Fresh technology. This eliminates ethylene gas, a by-product of fresh foods, so food will stay fresher for longer. With an E rating, the maximum sound level for this appliance is 41dB.

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