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Toshiba Double Door Fridge GRRT624WE-PM 624l Glass Black
Toshiba Double Door Fridge GRRT624WE-PM 624l Glass Black
Toshiba Double Door Fridge GRRT624WE-PM 624l Glass Black
Toshiba Double Door Fridge GRRT624WE-PM 624l Glass Black
Toshiba Double Door Fridge GRRT624WE-PM 624l Glass BlackToshiba Double Door Fridge GRRT624WE-PM 624l Glass Black
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Toshiba Double Door Fridge GRRT624WE-PM 624l Glass Black

AED 2164.00AED 2999.00(Inc. VAT) 27% OFF

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highlights
  • A top-mount freezer with one wired shelf helps you stock on frozen food
  • Sturdy shelves feature a high weight capacity and are very easy to clean
  • Bright LED lighting and crystal clear door bins give off an elegant feel
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Technical details

Design

Design

Free Standing

Fridge

Number of vegetable drawers

1

Freezer

Freezer net capacity

468

No Frost - freezer

Yes

Design

Design

Free Standing

Fridge

Number of vegetable drawers

1

Freezer

Freezer net capacity

468

No Frost - freezer

Yes

DESCRIPTION

Toshiba Corporation is a Japanese multinational conglomerate headquartered in Minato, Tokyo. Its diversified products and services include power, industrial and social infrastructure systems, elevators and escalators, electronic components, semiconductors, hard disk drives, printers, batteries, lighting, as well as IT solutions such as quantum cryptography. It was one of the biggest manufacturers of personal computers, consumer electronics, home appliances, and medical equipment. As a semiconductor company and the inventor of flash memory, Toshiba had been one of the top 10 in the chip industry until its flash memory unit was spun off as Toshiba Memory, later Kioxia, in the late 2010s