This larger size Frost Free Top Mount refrigerator allows easy access to your stored produce in both separate refrigerator and freezer compartments with easy to clean tempered glass shelves and is the ideal size and design for most busy kitchens.
Average Customer Rating:
(3 Reviews) 3
Rating Snapshot(3 reviews)
2 of 3(67%)recommend this product
Customer Reviews for 460 Litre Top Mount Refrigerator
Review 1 for 460 Litre Top Mount Refrigerator
Fantastic economical fridge - couldn't be happier!
Date:21 May 2010
Pros: Value for Money, Size, Quiet, Quality, Reliable, just great
Having not heard of Hisense before, we had heaps of questions and the salesperson said it was definetly an up-and-coming brand especially at its competetive price. Love the fact that it came with a longer warranty than most fridges, so we bought it and it is fantastic. It's deeper than most of the other fridges we felt, and also come with really good freezer space (most top-freezers are quite small).
Couldn't be happier, we've bought a washing machine by hisense as well. Great value for money which is important to us ;)
Review 2 for 460 Litre Top Mount Refrigerator
works great - impressed
Date:9 March 2010
Pros: Value for Money, Size, Quiet, Quality, Reliable, warranty
I wondered about buying a Hisense, but am totally satisfied - wouldn't hesitate to buy a Hisense again.
We bought it before Christmas at the Good Guys (impressive service and delivery) and it got my large family through big food storage issues with no worries. I wondered if I needed a larger fridge, but no need to worry, space is great. And a wine shelf to hold my sauv blanc - excellent!
It also came with a standard 3 year warranty without paying more ... couldn't ask for better.
Review 3 for 460 Litre Top Mount Refrigerator
Date:12 February 2010
Pros: Value for Money, Size, Quiet, Quality
Cons: Quality, Maintenance, after sales service, apparently incorrect manual
Firstly, we congratulate the salesman at this store. very helpful and friendly. We chose this refrigerator because it was the closest size to the space we needed to fill, plus, we have been told that Hisense are striving to gain a footing in Australia. The refrigerator looks very nice, the finish is excellent and the interior looks great. However, from there on it has been all down hill. There is a paper sticker on the freezer door, which is not a peel off sticker (why not Hisense?), but is stuck with something approaching superglue. We washed, we soaked, we tried hot water, we tried boiling water, we tried metho, in desperation I tried turps. We had to scrub it, to get it off, and, not surprisingly it was marked. We contacted Hisense and to their credit, they didn't challenge us and said they would replace the door. Great! except over a month later we are still waiting.
Then there is a real problem with the cooling. The freezer temperature fluctuates between - 8 and -12 degrees, way below the recommended -20. Great if you like sloppy ice cream! We contacted Hisense, set out what we had done with the controls and presented them with a range of temperature measurements. They said we needed to turn it off for 14 hours and turn it back on. Well!!! What do with refrigerated and frozen (well goods that are not quite frozen), for 14 hrs? We did it, turned it on and no change in the temperature. Back to Hisense. They said they would send a contracted mechanic out, who would contact us within 48 hrs. After 48 hrs, no contact. Rang back, they gave us his number and he said he was never given the job!. Back to Hisense, who requested we we ring them back again (shortly). By now this is getting ridiculous. Cut a long story short, we make contact again with the mechanic, he arrives, knows nothing about a replacement door. Indicates the sticky label is an issue with all their fridges and that they all end up scratched. Tells us that the instructions in the manual for setting the temperatures is WRONG!!! He plays with it for an hour. Temperature eventually drops to -18 degrees. One hour later the temp has risen to -2. We contact him and he says to keep playing with the controls!!! Now, I must say the contractor was very polite, and tried his best. When we asked whether we should try and have the fridge replaced, he wished us good luck.
So, we paid just under a $1,000 for a fridge we wanted to plug in and forget. It has been a month of hassle, monitoring temperatures, and just trying to get it to work!. Hisense have been of little help. Their 'help-desk' provided the advice about turning it off, and from then on they handball it to the contractor.
So, if Hisense are striving for a name, they are succeeding, but not the way they want.
Oh yes, we still have no idea about the replacement door!