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Finding the Ideal Refrigerator for You

Buying a refrigerator investment that you want to get right. You don’t want to be stuck with a faulty fridge for a few years, wouldn’t you? That is why it’s important to look for a fridge that caters to your needs while also being value for your money.

When finding the perfect fridge, make sure you take into consideration three important factors: Price, Size, and Purpose.

Price – Set a price range for your purchase and start your search from there. Having a price spectrum can help you streamline ref models within your budget and enable you to do more research for comparison. Make this a habit when you purchase other home appliances too to get the best deals.
Size – Consider the dimensions where your ref will reside to avoid a major kitchen blunder. You might want a tall fridge, but your house has low headroom, so you should compromise and adjust. Remember to leave a few inches of space behind and above where the ref will be placed to allow for air circulation
Purpose – A vital factor when buying a ref is knowing how you will utilize it. Take into account your lifestyle and food habits to find what fridge is ideal for you. Knowing what you need in a ref makes it an easier task for you to find refrigerators that check all the boxes.

Ideal for Homemakers

One of the bonding moments of any family is enjoying a good meal together and Filipinos love to eat and cook so it’s important that you have a fridge that can store all your food items and keep them fresh before consumption.

For newlyweds and small families, Condura’s Prima No Frost Inverter is perfect for you. It’s equipped with an inverter compressor which means a lower electricity bill. It also has an eco-friendly refrigerant, humidity control, and a 53-liter freezer.

Filipino families love get-togethers and reunions and the Home Ultima No Frost Inverter side by side gives you maximum storage for food items —perfect for a growing household. It’s also the ideal Condura refrigerator if you frequently have guests over and hosts dinners or lunches at your place.

Its Ultrafreeze Technology rapidly cools the freezer at default temperature of -25ᵒC, without changing the fridge temperature, which is great for newly stored meats and fish so they can retain their texture and nutrition.

Consider your family’s food habits when purchasing a ref too. Do you routinely cook with fresh ingredients each time or do you buy things in bulk? If you are the latter, then the Home Ultima No Frost Inverter Bottom Freezer may be just the right fit for your home.

The 12 cubic feet unit has a whopping 97-liter freezer so you can store probably a month’s worth of food for your family. It’s also energy efficient with electricity consumption costing only 8 pesos per day.

For millennials or single adults, the Home Ultima Standard Style single door has a modern slim body finish that may suit your taste. Plus, it comes in either gray or red color, which will give your place that modern and vibrant touch.

The unit comes in a 5.8 cu. ft variant, which is great for small places and people living on their own. Its one-touch defrost button makes cleaning your fridge a hassle-free chore. It also comes with a 5-year warranty for its compressor, 3-year warranty for system parts, labor and LED light, as well as 3-month warranty for plastic parts.

ideal refrigerator for business

Ideal for Negosyo Owners

Sari-sari stores and carinderias are a staple in any Filipino community. Condura has been a trusted negosyo partner for over 30 years, providing energy efficient and durable products for Filipino small business owners.

The Negosyo No Frost Inverter Pro is the perfect companion for sari-sari store owners because of its large storage and freezer. The best part is its 10-year warranty for motor, 1-year warranty on LED system, as well as parts and labor plus a 3-year warranty for its inverter board.
Carinderia owners may want to check out the Negosyo Chiller Pro, which can store up to 336 soda cans and is the perfect storage for softdrinks, canned juices and cold desserts customers might want to indulge while eating your lutong bahay offerings.

The Negosyo Chiller Pro has an anti-moist on glass door, a wireshelve capacity of 50kg, as well as an auto-defrost system for mess-free maintenance. It also comes in 8, 10 and 12 cubic feet variants so you have options to choose from for your growing business.

Mini grocery store and convenience store owners can benefit from Condura’s Negosyo Chest Freezer Pro and Negosyo Chest Freezer Inverter Pro for their business. Both units have sliding glass doors that keeps food items frozen even when customers open it constantly while checking for frozen products. It also has a Fast Freezing mode feature at -35°C which transforms liquid in the product into micro-crystals thereby maintaining the food product’s color and flavor upon thawing.

The best refrigerators are the ones that fulfill all your requirements for the purpose you need it for, may it be for your home or your business. However, it’s also necessary to weigh in the size of your home and where you will place your fridge and of course, your budget before committing to a purchase.

Buying a good refrigerator can sometimes be a challenge, especially if it’s your first time buying. That is why Condura is here to help you make that decision with ease. Check Condura’s website to find out what ref suits you best: Ideal Refrigerator for You.

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