Heat transfer during condensation of refrigerant blends R404A and R410A flowing through horizontal tubes with 0.76 ≤ D ≤ 9.4 mm at nominal Pr = 0.8–0.9 was investigated. Local heat transfer coefficients were measured for the mass flux range 200 < G < 800 kg m−2 s−1 in small quality increments over the entire vapor–liquid region. Heat transfer coefficients increased with quality and mass flux, while the effect of reduced pressure was not very significant within this range of pressures. The heat transfer coefficients increased with a decrease in diameter. Correlations from the literature were not able to predict the condensation heat transfer coefficient for these fluids at these near-critical pressures over the wide range of tube diameters under consideration. A new flow-regime based model for heat transfer in the wavy, annular, and annular/wavy transition regimes, which predicts 91% of the data within ±25%, is proposed.