Intelligent kitchen appliances

No-one likes paying utility bills, and it’s impossible to avoid them, but with the help of intelligent kitchen appliances, you can reduce the amount you spend on gas, water and electricity while getting more from new Fridge Freezers from appliancesdirect.co.uk. Using the latest technology available, intelligent appliances are generally built to last longer than their predecessors, and, compared to fridge freezers built in the 1980s, are typically 42% more energy efficient, while those with Star Energy ratings use 75% less energy.


When choosing the right intelligent fridge freezer, you may be pleased to know that there’s a lot of choice in terms of different designs, features and sizes. For example, you can buy fridge freezers which have double doors which have a built-in drinks dispenser, or one with a huge amount of space despite looking deceptively slim. However, you should look at buying a fridge which is right for your home – buying one that’s too small will leave you struggling to find room to store fresh food, while one that’s too big will waste electricity.

Intelligent fridge freezers do so much more than use less energy than older models. Many come with interesting features which are sure to turn your head when you go shopping for one. You can buy an appliance with shelves that keep different foods at different temperatures like meat at 31 degrees and fruits at 39 degrees, which helps to keep them fresher for longer. Meanwhile, many freezer compartments have pull-out drawers, meaning that they’re likely to be open for a shorter amount of time as food stored there is easier to retrieve from said drawers.

As well as having drinks dispensers, some smart fridge freezers come with draws that keep salad vegetables crisp and wine compartments that keep it chilled at exactly the right temperature. If you decide that buying an intelligent appliance such as a fridge freezer is the right thing to do, remember to dispose of your old appliance carefully, as leaving it in your basement plugged in could add to your electricity bill. Also, if you have small children, there’s always a risk that they could become trapped or injured if playing with them, so it’s best to stay safe.

 

Mark Kelly, from UK retailer Appliances Direct, is completely behind these technological improvements and said “anything that an everyday appliance can do to make people’s lives easier must be a good thing and it shows how new technologies and innovations can help improve existing pieces of household technology or equipment”

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