If you are looking for a high-quality refrigerator with many features and a low price, the Haier HRF- 438 IDBA 16 Cubic Feet Inverter Refrigerator is the one for you. Its high energy-efficiency and powerful motor make it a popular choice among consumers. The fridge uses less than a unit of energy per day, and you do not need to pay for a power stabilizer. The Haier Inverter Technology is a smart way to control the temperature in a variety of situations, and the brand offers a wide range of thermostat settings.

This refrigerator has a frost-free system and an energy-efficient compressor that saves up to 60% of electricity. It also has four sensors to maintain a constant temperature. The net capacity is 438 liters or 16 cubic feet, and it has a high-quality stainless steel interior. Its one-touch controls make it easy to use, and the energy-efficient features make it the perfect refrigerator for any small kitchen.


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The Haier HRF- 438 IDBA 16 Cubic Feet Inverter Refrigerator features a digital inverter compressor that saves 60 percent on energy. This refrigerator features a four-sensor cooling system, and has an evaporator that preserves up to 90% of energy. The net capacity of this refrigerator is 438 liters, or 16 cubic feet. Its frost-free system is great for those who need to keep their food fresh longer.

  • Digital Control System
  • 4 Temperature Sensors
  • Less Than 1 Unit A Day
  • 2nd Generation FD Inverter
  • 105V~260V/50Hz
  • 2+1 Full LED Lighting
  • Inverter Compressor
  • Cooling Method: Direct Cooling
  • REF Capacity Ltr: 288
  • Freezer Capacity: 120
  • 16 Cubic Feet
  • Unit dimension(H*W*D)MM: 1775*660*610
  • Climate class: T
  • Refrigerant: R-600a
  • Freezer Shelf: Glass/2
  • REF Shelf: Glass/3
  • LED: Yes
  • Egg tray: PE(8*2)
  • Ice tray: 2
  • Series: Digital Inverter

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