5 Things to Consider Before Buying a New Refrigerator

5 Things to Consider Before Buying a New Refrigerator

When it comes to refrigerators, your options nowadays go far beyond getting a glass of ice water without having to open the door. Zeroing in on the right one for you is not easy as there are many aspects to consider starting from the size to door style, energy efficiency, brand, and price. If you are thinking of replacing your existing refrigerator but are confused about where to start? here are a few pro tips to keep in mind which you can read on your way to buy the refrigerator, in just a few minutes.

Capacity/size requirement

The capacity of a refrigerator is essentially measured in litres.  With the advancement in technology, the capacity range of the appliance has grown from the lowest capacity to the highest at an exceptional rate. For you to be able to decide your requirement, one of the key factors to keep in mind is the size of your family which will determine the amount of food you will be keeping inside your refrigerator. If you are a family of 2-5 people a 263- 364 litre fridge should suffice.

Consider investing in a convertible fridge

If you are looking to replace your current refrigerator, you may want to consider investing in a convertible refrigerator for its impressive flexibility, and multipurpose function as a refrigerator or freezer basis your requirement/demand. You can check out the Bosch Max Flex which is India's 1st flexible refrigerator. Developed to suit the requirements of Indian households, this range of indigenous refrigerators addresses a key requirement of storage flexibility.


It is undeniable that ice and water dispensers offer a lot of convenience when it is a part of the refrigerator. Being able to fill a glass with cubed or crushed ice or fill it with drinking water makes it very easy to prepare family meals or entertain guests.


Price is an important criterion in deciding on a new fridge. Start with an estimate of how much you want to spend. A fridge is an investment in a machine that needs to run 24/7. So, buying a fridge that is less burden on your pockets, and your bills and offers all the amenities is a must look-in specification.

Look for energy-efficiency

When you are buying a new fridge ensure to look for the Energy Star label, which educates consumers on how much electricity a refrigerator consumes per unit. More the number of stars for a fridge, the lesser energy it uses.

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