Caple said its new freestanding RFF731 fridge-freezer not only looks super sleek with a stainless-steel finish and metal handles, but it’s energy efficient too. This model features an energy-saving display option and Eco and Holiday modes.
Luke Shipway, Caple’s product manager, said: “We have designed the display on our new RFF731 with the option to be switched off to save energy, as and when required. This model features electronic touch controls and a Holiday mode, which enables you to run the freezer at full power while the fridge operates at a lower capacity, when you’re taking a break from your home for business or leisure.
“In addition, our Eco mode is ideal for periods when you’re away or simply when you’re using this appliance less, as this provides the optimum temperature while saving power.”
For easy installation, the doors can be reversed, and, Caple said the 70:30 split is ideal for people who cook fresh food at home.
The fridge has a 230-litre capacity, while the freezer holds 101 litres. Each compartment (fridge and freezer) can independently be operated.
The E* energy-rated RFF731 measures 1860mm (H) by 595mm (W) by 650mm (D) (including the door and excluding the handle) and is priced from around £678.