LG InstaView Refrigerators key features, price and availability in Kenya

The new LG InstaView Refrigerators that LG unveiled at CES 2021 are here with us. The refrigerators have been selling locally for a while now.

They come with a number of interesting features including a larger glass panel for its InstaView Door-in-Door system. The fridge also features UVnano™ technology that is featured in the built-in water dispenser for enhanced hygiene.

There’s also InstaView voice recognition that takes hands-free convenience to a whole new level in the kitchen.

The new lineup of  LG InstaView Refrigerators comes in two models or variants; the Platinum Silver Door-in-Door InstaView and the Matte Black French Door InstaView.

Key Features

Matte Black Model Platinum Silver Model
  • Capacity: 570L
  • Dimensions: 835 x 1787 x 734 mm
  • Inverter Linear Compressor
  • Total No Frost with Nature Fresh
  • Hygiene Fresh+ and Fresh Balancer
  • Smart ThinQ tech
  • Capacity: 668L
  • Dimensions: 912 x 1790 x 738 mm
  • Inverter Linear Compressor
  • Total No Frost with Nature Fresh
  • Hygiene Fresh+
  • Fresh Balancer
  • Smart ThinQ tech

Both models incorporates LG’s proven freshness-enhancing systems, LINEARCooling and DoorCooling+. LINEARCooling minimizes temperature fluctuations – the main cause of food spoilage3 – while DoorCooling+ simultaneously cools the entire refrigerator compartment evenly by distributing powerful airflow from a strategically positioned vent.4.

Pricing and availability

LG is selling the platinum silver model for KES 299,995 while the Mate Black Model is retailing at  KES 274,995. 

They’re all available for purchase at LG Brand Shops  at Kenrail Towers- Westlands, Garden City Thika Road, Adlife, Mombasa, Carrefour supermarkets, Naivas supermarkets and LG Online shop

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