4 Best Refrigerators Of The Season To Help You Beat The Heat

Refrigerators have become one of the most essential appliances in every home, and offer sleek features powered by an eco-friendly performance. Today, you have a choice of buying double door refrigerators, frost free refrigerators, and direct cool refrigerators, with every variant having a different price tag and advantages. Since selecting the best fridge for your home can be a task especially with a budget in mind, do it easily by shopping on the Bajaj Finserv EMI Network. With over 43,000 retail stores partners spread across more than 950 cities, you can browse a range of models and brands and make your shopping more affordable too.

You can buy any fridge of your choice on easy EMIs from 3 to 24 months and pay with a swipe using your EMI Network Card. If you don’t have one, you can get instant approval in pour partner stores and avail offers too. So, without waiting further, check your eligibility for pre-approved offers here and start shopping with your ready loan amount now.


Make your shopping easier by taking a look at the 4 best direct cool and frost-free refrigerators.

Direct cool refrigerators

  1. Samsung 255 L 4 Star Direct Cool Single Door Refrigerator (RR26N389YR8); MRP: Rs.27,600

This refrigerator has 4-star ratings owing to its Digital Inverter Compressor, which adjusts the cooling of the refrigerator across 7 levels. Keeping your food fresh by regulating the cooling with respect to each food type, this refrigerator comes with a sufficient capacity of 251-300L. It is durable and has a separate storage basket at the bottom, so that you can store certain vegetables at room temperature. Additionally, it has a smart and sleek back, which you can clean easily in a single wipe without having to worry about coils and fittings.

  1. Whirlpool 245 L 2 Star Direct Cool Double Door Refrigerator (NEO SP258 ROY WINE MAGNOLIA (2S)); MRP: Rs.25,450

The scientifically designed vents in this Whirlpool double door refrigerator are placed in such a way as to ensure uniform cooling in every corner. It has 245-litres of built-in capacity and cools via the 6th Sense Deep Freeze Technology, which provides ideal cooling temperatures for your food and beverages. Its Antibacterial Filters kill 99% of microbes. The fridge also provides moisture-free cooling, which keeps your fruits and veggies fresh and crisp. The model is also equipped with a Cooling Gel that stores cold air and circulates it whenever there is a power cut.

 Frost-free refrigerators

  1. Godrej 261 L 3 Star Frost-Free Double Door Refrigerator (RT EON 261 P 3.4, Silver Meadow); MRP: Rs.28,850

With 3-star energy efficiency rating, this Godrej frost-free refrigerator comes with a 1-year comprehensive warranty and a 10-year warranty on the compressor. This fridge is moulded to deflect rust using the ZOP Technology and fights microbes and bacteria growth on food using the Anti-B Technology. It is equipped to conduct Intelligent Operations like Automated Defrosting and offers other advanced features such as LED lighting, a large vegetable tray, a separate unit for storing bottles, and polybag suspenders on its freezer door for added convenience.

  1. Haier 258 L 3 Star Frost-Free Double-Door Refrigerator (HEF-25TGS, Grey Steel/Moon Silver, Swift Convertible); MRP: Rs.27,250

This Haier 3-star frost free refrigerator comes with a 1-year product warranty and 10-year compressor warranty. It has a capacity of up to 258 litres and is suitable for small families of 2–3 members. It is equipped with Toughened Shelf Glasses, Twist Ice Maker, Vegetable Crispers, Cover Vegetable Case and Egg Trays. You can enjoy frost-free cooling with limited energy consumption on this 3-star rated top-mount convertible fridge.

Armed with this information you can make your selection of the right fridge easily. So, find a partner store on the EMI Network right here and start shopping!

(To receive our E-paper on whatsapp daily, please click here. We permit sharing of the paper's PDF on WhatsApp and other social media platforms.)

Free Press Journal