Thursday, 18 November 2010

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LG 22.6-Cubic-Foot Stainless Steel French Door Bottom Freezer Refrigerator

This stylishly built freezer refrigerator is the perfect appliance to take care of all your food storage needs. There is 22.6 cubic feet of room within and has Premium Finishes in Stainless Steel, Smooth White and Smooth Black with Commercial Metal Handles to give it a stunning design as well as it being an efficient product for freezing and refrigerating.

# 22.6 Cu. Ft. Total Capacity
# French Door Refrigerator with Pull-out Freezer Drawer
# Fits 33" Opening
# Premium Finishes in Stainless Steel, Smooth White and Smooth Black with Commercial Metal Handles
# Contour Doors with Hidden Hinges
# 4 Split Spill-Protector Tempered Glass Shelves
# Door Baskets: 5 Adjustable Gallon Size and Dairy Corner
# 2 Freezer Drawers (1 DuraBase Full Width and 1 Full Width Wire)
# Multi-Air Flow Cooling
# Internal Upfront Digital Temperature Controls
# 2 OptiBin Humidity Crispers
# Automatic CustomCube Ice Maker
# IcePlus Accelerated Freezing Function
# Door Alarm
# LoDecibel Quiet Operation
# BioShield Anti-Bacterial Seal
# Width: 32 7/8"
# Depth: 34 1/4"
# Depth without Door and Handles: 28 1/4"
# Depth without Handles: 32 7/8"
# Depth with Door at 90: 45 1/2"
# Height: 70 3/8"
# Height without Hinges: 69"
# Refrigerator Capacity: 15.5 cu.

Amazon customer review: "Being an Engineer, with a wife who was "satisfied with my old Sears refrigerator - with an ice maker in the door" this was an unusually successful purchase. We wanted a newer, Star rated refrigerator that fit in a slightly smaller available space than the 25 cu. ft. models - yet maximize the volume. This one "just fit". We discussed long about the absence of the ice dispenser in the door, yet we wanted an ice-maker for sure. The freezer in the drawer made sense. Cold spills down when you open the door, and here there's a bottom. Minimum spilling of the cold. The similar model with the ice maker in the door didn't make sense. Trying to create ice in an area that isn't frozen? The ice-maker in the door takes up space, is difficult to cool and just a bad idea.

So my wife tried using the old two door as a no ice dispensing one. Boy did that work. No waiting for the grinding of the ice or occasional clogging. The ice maker in the drawer is great. It will fill the tray in no time at all, so we just shut it off for about a week and when the ice gets low turn it on for a day or two. Marvelous.

We looked around and the Sears/Whirlpool maker just seemed cheaply designed. This one was deluxe. We ended buying locally due to a negotiated price. We've had it about 2 months, and I'm proud to say my wife keeps reiterating, "I just love my new refrigerator". We did buy - against all recommendations - an extended warranty because we were unacquainted with this brand experience. It's great."

So a very impressive model from LG who are excelling at producting household white goods as well as they with their array of other electronics.

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