Samsung Fridges

The 10 Best Samsung Fridges - July 2017

Every week we analyse the technical specs, reviews and prices of every Samsung fridge on the market in the UK to determine our top 10 list.
In total we compared over 2,270 fridges, 566 reviews and 7,500 prices. Last updated 21 July 2017.

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RR35H6115SS

Samsung RR35H6115SS

A cheap to run and fully featured 350 liter refrigerator
Reviews No Reviews
Value for Money
1
Mediocre
Features
58
Average Features
Age
46
3 Years Old
Running Costs
67
£263 / 10 Years
Overall Score
39
Mediocre
Free­standing
350L
1,800mm
Case Design
Fridge Net Capacity
Height
595mm
Jun 2014
Width
Release Date
  • £865.78
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RR35H66107F

Samsung RR35H66107F

A cheap Freestanding 348L fridge with good features
Reviews No Reviews
Value for Money
80
Excellent
Features
71
Good Features
Age
44
4 Years Old
Running Costs
42
£336 / 10 Years
Overall Score
65
Good
Free­standing
348L
1,800mm
Case Design
Fridge Net Capacity
Height
595mm
Jul 2013
Width
Release Date
RR39M7140

Samsung RR39M7140

A 2 year old Freestanding 385L fridge with not bad features and one of the biggest fridge net capacities around
Reviews No Reviews
Value for Money
57
Average
Features
70
Good Features
Age
72
2 Years Old
Running Costs
39
£343 / 10 Years
Overall Score
62
Good
Free­standing
385L
1,853mm
Case Design
Fridge Net Capacity
Height
595mm
Nov 2015
Width
Release Date
RR39M73407

Samsung RR39M73407

A 2 year old Freestanding 1,853mm refrigerator with good features and a huge 375L fridge net capacity
Reviews No Reviews
Value for Money
53
Average
Features
67
Good Features
Age
72
2 Years Old
Running Costs
39
£343 / 10 Years
Overall Score
60
Good
Free­standing
375L
1,853mm
Case Design
Fridge Net Capacity
Height
595mm
Nov 2015
Width
Release Date
RR35H6110SA

Samsung RR35H6110SA

A cheap Freestanding 350L refrigerator with not bad features
Reviews No Reviews
Value for Money
71
Very Good
Features
62
Good Features
Age
42
4 Years Old
Running Costs
39
£336 / 10 Years
Overall Score
59
Average
Free­standing
350L
1,800mm
Case Design
Fridge Net Capacity
Height
595mm
Jul 2013
Width
Release Date
RR35H6110WW

Samsung RR35H6110WW

A fine value for money Freestanding 350L fridge with good features
Reviews No Reviews
Value for Money
54
Average
Features
67
Good Features
Age
40
4 Years Old
Running Costs
38
£336 / 10 Years
Overall Score
55
Average
Free­standing
350L
1,800mm
Case Design
Fridge Net Capacity
Height
595mm
Jul 2013
Width
Release Date
  • £265.00
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RR35H6610BC

Samsung RR35H6610BC

A 2 year old Freestanding 348L fridge with not bad features but a price that represents inferior value for money
Reviews No Reviews
Value for Money
13
Mediocre
Features
60
Good Features
Age
62
2 Years Old
Running Costs
36
£336 / 10 Years
Overall Score
45
Mediocre
Free­standing
348L
1,800mm
Case Design
Fridge Net Capacity
Height
595mm
May 2015
Width
Release Date
  • £799.99
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Samsung Fridges

Samsung Fridge Prices

The price range of Samsung refrigerators is from £265 to £1,040 and in total we found prices for 6 Samsung refrigerators. On average, a new Samsung refrigerator costs £591 and 80% of Samsung fridges are priced between £299 and £850. The Samsung RR35H6110WW is the cheapest Samsung fridge at only £265, and Samsung RR35H66107F is the most expensive at £1,040.

Price Range of Samsung Fridges

The average price of Samsung fridges is £591 which is the 5th highest average price of all fridge brands. Samsung fridges start at £265 and the most expensive Samsung fridge costs £1,040.

Refrigerator Brands - Average Ratings

We have checked 1 expert reviews and 428 user reviews for refrigerators available online and used these reviews to determine the average rating for each brand of fridge.

When Are Most New Samsung Refrigerators Released?

The most common period for new Samsung refrigerators to be released in is between March and April. March was the biggest month in 2016 for new Samsung refrigerators, with 12 new Samsung refrigerators released that month. Also the biggest month in 2015 for new Samsung refrigerator releases was March, with two new Samsung refrigerators released that month. In 2014 most new Samsung fridges were released in April, with 14 new Samsung fridges released that month.

How Fast Do Samsung Fridge Prices Drop After Release?

Samsung fridges tend to depreciate faster than most fridges. Most fridges drop in price by 4% in the first 6 months after release. On average Samsung refrigerators drop in price by 8% in the first 6 months after release. If you are prepared to wait then you could save an average of £37 on a typical £470 new Samsung refrigerator by waiting 6 months before buying.

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