Is this frost free?

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Posted 1st Jul
I’ve been looking at the Samsung rs54n3103sa. It say No frost. Is that the same as frost free?

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deleted11933
Seriously. Type in "no frost vs frost free" into google and you can find out for yourself
Well, I'd have thought it is - pretty much.

AO.com quote:

"Wave goodbye to manual defrostingYou’ll never have the hassle of manually defrosting the freezer again, thanks to brilliant Total No Frost technology. By making sure that cold air is constantly circulating inside, it prevents icy build-ups from forming. This means you won’t have to waste time scraping away any frost or ice, so you can spend less time on chores and more time doing what you love."

And in their specification it says: "Total No Frost: Yes."

Not sure if you can get any less "frosty" than totally none!
deleted1193301/07/2020 11:27

Seriously. Type in "no frost vs frost free" into google and you can find …Seriously. Type in "no frost vs frost free" into google and you can find out for yourself


I did and I’m none the wiser.
Aside from the retailer probably being able to tell you, Reevoo has an "Ask an owner" section?

reevoo.com/p/s…ite
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joxeruk200001/07/2020 11:35

I did and I’m none the wiser.



41263061-IHT6e.jpgFirst google result.. Looks the same to me..
deleted1193301/07/2020 12:30

[Image] First google result.. Looks the same to me..


I don’t understand why they have to be so ambiguous. If they mean the same why not use just one term. Thanks for answering
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