Hisense unveils the latest in kitchen cool

The leaders in kitchen innovation release a new trio of smart fridges.

Since launching in Australia in 2006, Hisense has grown to become a market leader in luxury kitchen appliances. Known for its collection of innovative fridges - Hisense's first model made headlines thanks to its innovative power-saving 'Holiday Mode' - the brand has continued to create game-changing products with user experience its main priority.

Now, Hisense is again reshaping the way we operate in the kitchen, adding three new smart fridges to its expanding collection of whitegoods.

According to Hisense's head of marketing, Andre Iannuzzi, the brand's latest offering reflects its continued commitment to delivering high-quality kitchen solutions to Australian homes.

"The premium refrigerators are fitted out with smart features that make daily use and catering for large events a breeze," he says. "The fridges were each designed with the varying needs of the modern Australian family in mind, and as the modern family is becoming less conventional than the standard 'family of four', so do our fridges." 

Varying in size and style, each model is designed to cater for a different demographic.

Four door Hisense 695L Stainless French Door Refrigerator

With wide shelving, four large doors and an integrated LED display with touch control, this large-capacity model can cater for frequent entertainers and big families. Its advanced inverter compressor saves energy, making less noise and helping to reduce your electricity bill. Genius.

509L Stainless French Door Refrigerator

The smallest of the trio, this fridge is ideal for families needing room for both fresh and frozen foods. 'Total No Frost' and 'Multi Air Flow' functions allow for even temperature distribution and, with a luxe minimalist design, the fridge makes the perfect centrepiece for any kitchen.

Side by Side Stainless 690L Refrigerator 

This sleek model includes easy-slide drawers, large fruit and veg crispers, adjustable spill-proof shelving and a removable ice-maker making it a welcomed addition for the modern entertainer. Thanks to its multi-function in-touch control panel, you have electronic temperature control meaning you can store your food the way you like it. 

This article is sponsored by Hisense


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