Excerpt: The freezer isn't designed very well. You can't put much in it. If you put to much in the drawer the items get caught up trying to pull it out. I sound levels are much higher than I though they would be.
Pros: Design, Easy to use, Energy Savings, Innovative, Performance, Style
Our first was a lemon but the replacement has been great.
7 January 2014
Excerpt: Our first refrigerator was delivered to us as a lemon and we lost all of our food. The extended warranty covered the cost of the food and we were promptly given a replacement. We have been thrilled with the new fridge. It replaced our 1988 fridge and we expect to save a lot of money. We specifically purchased the fridge for the energy savings.
Excerpt: This is a solid, efficient unit. It has many standard features and promises to use little electricity for operation. It is quite noisy. The unit is very attractive except for the very ugly screws on the front of the door. I know those are the holes for the alternate door handle but there must be a better way to cover the holes then to stick these large phillips head screws in them.
I like the bottom freezer and extra door storage features.
6 January 2014
Excerpt: This is my first refrigerator with a bottom freezer and so far - I've had it about a month - I like it as much as I thought I would. I also like the door storage area - much roomier than my old refrigerator. Even though my new Whirlpool and my old Kenmore are roughly the same size, this one seems like it is bigger, so kudos on the space layout.
Pros: Convenient Features, Design, Easy to use, Performance
Excerpt: I bought this as a garage fridge. The refrigerator in the house is a Jenn Air, and they are the same size but the internal layout of this model is so much better than the Jenn Air. I cannot comment on the icemaker as I am not using it, but I really like the internal of both the fridge and freezer. The door shelves are very roomy and sturdy once set but easy to adjust. They hold a lot of heavy objects (milk, OJ, bottles of wine) solidly.
Pros: Convenient Features, Easy to use, Energy Savings, Performance
Excerpt: My wife and I were looking for a refrigerator that was convenient to use where we can see and reach items without having to stoop down and hunt for items. Obviously, a bottom freezer was our top choice. We also preferred only a single door on top with the ice maker inside. With limited size for space, we found the features that we were looking for, as well as the energy saver and the quiet sound levels made this an excellent choice, Reasonably priced and loving our...
Pros: Convenient Features, Design, Easy to use, Energy Savings, Performance, Sound level
Excerpt: This 22 cu. ft. refrigerator is compact, and "just" fits our space in the kitchen, thanks to brainless contractors who built a tiny nitch for a refrigerator. We have the stainless steel doors, which will show fingerprints, and a cleaner made for stainless steel is required, although you can use mild soap and water for quick clean-up but won't remove fingerprints. We decided on the bottom freezer as it is more efficient, but limited in space.
Excerpt: I absolutely love having the freezer on the bottom! The things I need are much easier to get to. The shelves were easy to install and I like the options. It could use another drawer for the door though. Never have noticed it running, so the sound level is great. My biggest complaint is that I bought it to replace a 12 year old refrigerator, and this was supposed to be so energy efficient, but I saw absolutely no change to my electric bill.
Pros: Convenient Features, Easy to use, Sound level, Style