NEW YORK, May 7, 2013 /PRNewswire/ – The Good Housekeeping Research Institute recently put a selection of French Door refrigerators through their rigorous testing procedures and chose the Haier HB21FC45NS as the "Overall Winner." The May issue of the magazine noted that "Our top scorer kept temps steadiest to help food last."
"Good Housekeeping magazine is such a well-respected publication and their labs are best-in-class," said Chuck Bryant, vice president of refrigeration sales & marketing, Haier America. "This is an acknowledgment of our continued effort to provide quality products that offer features and benefits our customers really want and need."
Some of the "Pros" noted by the magazine include:
- Temperatures in refrigerator and freezer stayed very steady in our test
- Pantry drawer stayed colder than rest of refrigerator
- Digital controls are easy to read and use
- Door handles are easy to grasp
Haier's French-Door refrigerator is Energy Star® Qualified and counter-depth so it aligns with surrounding cabinets, giving a classic and orderly appearance to the kitchen. Read more at Good Housekeeping.com.
Haier America is a division of the multinational Haier Group, the world's #1 major appliance brand as ranked by Euromonitor International 2012, and a global leader in consumer electronics. Haier employs more than 80,000 people around the world and distributes products in more than 100 countries and regions with global revenues reaching $26 billion in 2012. Haier is a proud supporter of the National Parks Conservation Association and Food Bank for New York City. For more information, please visit www.haieramerica.com. You can also become a Fan of Haier America on www.facebook.com/Haieramerica or follow Haier America via Twitter @haieramerica.
James Liess, Haier America Public Relations, 212-594-3330 ext.2006, Email