A lot of things change when you start living with your significant other. From minor details such as which side of the bed you now sleep on to significant issues such as which appliances need to be remodeled or which ones you must purchase. What your appliances did for one person previously must now be done for two, resulting in greater room, improved efficiency with a focus on long-term savings, and a slew of additional benefits. However, because no two couples are alike, we’ve divided our Gemindia refrigerator for couple’s recommendations into categories based on the most typical types of couples we’ve encountered.
1- A couple in which both partners are working professionals: –
The first type of couple is one in which both partners work and only eat dinner at home. Lunch is prepared in conjunction with dinner and stored in the refrigerator, with very little leftover. A single-door classic 170 L refrigerator direct cool fridge would be our choice for this pair. The vegetable boxes and freezer space in these refrigerators are large enough to store produce for the week.
2- A couple with one homemaker or someone who works from home: –
The second type of relationship consists of one partner who is a stay-at-home mom or works from home while the other goes to work. This pair either buys for the entire week or just for two or three days at a time. As a result, this couple has a larger refrigerator. So, we’d still recommend a single-door direct-cool fridge for them and not the Mini Bar 100 Ltr Refrigerator, but one with a greater capacity — 200 L and above.
3- The couple who is living with their parents: –
This couple’s needs are nearly double those of other couples; the fridge must carry food for 3-4 persons. With one or two extra persons in the house, the vegetable drawer and freezer will naturally require more space. This necessitates a larger refrigerator. A single-door or Mini Bar 50 Litre Refrigerator will no longer be sufficient. For a family of four, a refrigerator with a capacity of at least 240 L is required, with enough storage space in the freezer and vegetable box.
4- The couple with family (parents and children): –
The requirement has increased because the fridge will be used by 5 or 6 persons. A double-door refrigerator is now required, and the capacity of the fridge must be close to or greater than 300 L. In this situation, the pair can choose between a top-mount freezer and a bottom-freezer refrigerator. Because parents will run the refrigerator, and fresh food is always preferred over frozen food, bottom freezer versions are perfect for such a household. The essential prerequisites for a refrigerator for couples are met in all of our recommendations.