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Knock twice to see inside and save energy with LG InstaView Door-in-Door Refrigerators from Abans


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With their ground-breaking LG InstaView Door-in-Door Refrigerator, LG provides customers the utmost convenience, quality and flexibility in a household appliance. The refrigerator is world-renowned for its innovative glass panel, revolutionary knock-on feature that reduces cold air loss, and elegant, premium design. The new model also comes equipped with sleek bar handles that allow the doors to be opened easily and effortlessly. 

InstaView Door-in-Door – Transforming how users interact with refrigerators: While conventional refrigerators often sport ordinary doors with ice dispensers, LG’s InstaView Door-in-Door possesses a 33-inch sleek glass panel and array of innovative features. In addition, the interior is illuminated when the panel is knocked on twice. This allows users to see inside without ever opening the door or wasting cold air, transforming the way consumers use refrigerators from an appliance they have to open to see what’s inside to one they can see inside before opening. 

Moreover, the spacious Door-in-Door compartment allows users to store frequently used snacks or beverages. The refrigerator’s storage space can be effortlessly accessed using the Hidden Button under the refrigerator door while also granting users a wider view of the items stored inside. By reducing cold air loss by up to 41%1, the compartment keeps food fresh for longer. 

Innovative features cater to everyday user needs: The inside of the InstaView Door-in-Door is equipped with the Moist Balance Crisper, which maintains peak moisture levels and superior humidity control. This maximises the freshness of fruits and vegetables for an extended period of time and helps preserve moisture on foods, such as lettuce or spinach.

The InstaView Door-in-Door is compatible with LG’s SmartThinQ, allowing users to control their refrigerator using their smartphone from outside the home. Users can set the refrigerator temperature, control features such as Express Freeze, and diagnose appliance problems all from the connected application. 

Inverter Linear Compressor ensures maximum energy savings: LG refrigerators are powered by the unique Inverter Linear Compressor, which employs a linear piston drive instead of a conventional reciprocating drive. This generates less internal friction, resulting in 42% lower energy consumption, all while providing greater reliability and durability. LG’s Inverter Linear Compressor is backed by a 10-year warranty. 

LG InstaView Door-in-Door Refrigerators are currently available for purchase at all Abans and Abans Elite Showrooms island-wide. 


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