Why you should consider Samsung’s Family Hub
Samsung’s Family Hub refrigerators incorporate the industry’s most innovative features at a competitive price. Historically, Samsung has been a leader in the appliance innovation game and the Family Hub refrigerator is no exception. Samsung introduced the Family Hub concept at CES back in 2016. Over the last three years, Samsung has taken the time to update the performance and reduce the cost. Today you can buy one of the industry’s most technology-forward refrigerators for as low as [$2195 and full packages start around $5849 (depending on time-sensitive rebates)].
How could the Family Hub change your life?
How could the Family Hub change your life?
Look at your kitchen, what do you see? Refrigerator magnets securing family photos, engagement announcements, and party invitations? A calendar on the wall tracking your busy schedule? The kids' art projects? How about a Bluetooth speaker or a small TV on the counter?
As much as you love your kids’ projects, family photos, and that small tv set, you won’t want to start pasting these items all over your new appliances and cabinets? The Family Hub gives you the ability to keep your memories, calendar, and media in one place! With the Family Hub, you can stream Sunday cartoons for the kids, access your favorite cooking playlist, and do dishes without missing a play of the big game.
Forgetting to buy a key ingredient is the worst! With the Family Hub, you can see the inside of your refrigerator in real-time, manage grocery lists, find recipe recommendations or even order in from Grub Hub.
Your safety and security:
The Family Hub can connect to other smart devices in your home. You can adjust the lights, thermostat, home locks, or monitor your baby’s room. You can share your location with family members. The Hub has parental controls so you can manage your family’s app access. The refrigerator also has an open-door alarm and dispenser lock for households with children.
Refrigerators are supposed to keep your food cold. The Family Hub refrigerator has separate evaporators for the refrigerator, freezer, and flex zones. This ensures better temperature accuracy and moisture control so your perishable fruits and vegetables stay fresher for longer. In the past, you had to spend over $6,000 to get a refrigerator with multiple evaporators. Now affordable luxury brands have figured out a way to offer better cooling technology at a lower price. In addition, the refrigerator has power cooling and power freezing, which will quickly cool your groceries when you first load them into your refrigerator.
Fit and finish:
When selecting your new refrigerator, style will affect your decision. All models are available in either stainless or black stainless. You can get the Family Hub as full or counter depth with an external ice/water dispenser for easy convenience, print-resistant stainless steel, LED internal lighting, gallon door storage, and adjustable shelves to accommodate tall food items. If you are planning to mix and match brands in your kitchen, Samsung has a few refrigerators that have no handles so you can avoid clashing styles.
The Family Hub comes in 3 layouts, let’s discuss the benefits of each:
- relatively less expensive
- produce crispers are at waist-level, ideal for fresh food lovers
- available with or without handles (no handles mkaes it easier to mix/match brands)
- the top drawer is a refrigerator, mkaing it a great place to store platters, beverages, or easy-to-access kids snacks
- luxurious look consistent with many of professional-style brands
- no handles makes it easier to mix/match brands
- the top haf is all-refrigerator giving you the access benefits of a traditional French-door refrigerator
- the flex-zone is convertible from refrigerator to freezer depending on your needs
- the other bottom quadrant is freezer only
- gives you the refrigeration storage of a bottom freezer and the organization of a side-by-side
They say “the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach”. Samsung just announced the new Refrigerdating app where you can select a partner based on the contents of their refrigerator. Have you ever judged anyone by the items in their shopping cart? The “Refrigerdating” app takes “you are what you eat” to a whole new level! Users select a prospective partner based on the inside of their refrigerator. It’s theoretically a cool idea designed to entice the tech-forward foodie. I’m curious to see if this app takes off!