From time to time, reviewing refrigerators is more risky than it might appear. There’s always the chance you’ll get carried away with enthusiasm and lose objectivity. In this case, I plead half-guilty. I do think the LG LFX32945ST is worth getting excited about. I claim that’s justified by the facts. Here’s why.
There are times when I look at a refrigerator I try to stay calm. It’s just an appliance, after all. But when faced with the Samsung RF31FMEDB – one of Samsung’s French 4-Door Refrigerator models – it’s hard not to get excited. Here’s why.
The GE 27.7 cubic foot (GFE28) is a French Door fridge, the latest variation in a long line of designs. The goal is more than just to introduce something new for the sake of attracting attention, though. Manufacturers are trying (continually) to solve problems inherent in keeping food fresh amid changing lifestyles. You want a compartment that keeps the temperature low, but not too low. At the same time, you want food easily accessible. How do you satisfy all those goals at once, especially when different foods require different conditions, and you want them at different times? The latest line of GE refrigerators is one of the best approaches I’ve seen yet.