Super Spacious CapacityThis Kenmore French door fridge has a large, grocery-friendly 27.6 cu. ft. of space so you can comfortably fit in extra goodies alongside household staples, snacks, and leftovers.
Flexible Fridge Storage Options4 adjustable glass spill-proof shelves, 2 crisper drawers, and a full-width pantry drawer means no more puzzling out how to fit food in the fridge, even for those awkward tall or wide items. The full-width pantry drawer is perfect for birthday sheet cakes, deli trays, and snacks.
Better in-Door StorageGallon-sized door bins, a dairy shelf and tall item accommodation make grabbing commonly-used items quickly. Everything has a place in your fridge, even tall wine bottles and wide juice jugs.
Fresh Food, Clean AirKenmore’s charcoal air filtration and easy temperature adjustment helps to eliminate odors, circulate clean air through the fridge and keep foods fresher, longer.
We had been searching for a refrigerator for our new house for a couple of weeks. It needed to be 1) stainless steel 2) French door 3) no ice maker in the door and 4) reasonably priced. We had been seriously looking at the most common Samsung model, when we ended up at Sears over Labor Day weekend to check out their scratch and dent section. This fridge was sitting there, not even plugged in, but it was the cheapest one, so we started looking at it. At the time, we couldn't find ANYTHING about it online; nothing came up when we searched the model number. The sales associate told us it was a brand new model, so that's why there wasn't anything. After he plugged it in, we were pretty sold. It was larger and cheaper than the similar Kenmore model on the floor and the LED lighting looks great. It also has controls on the side of the door instead of in a dropdown from the top of the fridge (which takes up space and blocks your view). The only thing that would have been nice is if it had some sort of water dispenser for cold water inside the fridge (we saw a different fridge that had that and it seemed like a nice feature). We've had the fridge almost two months now and not too many complaints. We did have one issue with the freezer frosting over and making a layer of ice on the contents inside. It ended up being an issue with the seal. We had a technician come out to fix it and it was a problem with the gasket (the rubber seal) around the drawer. He used a heat gun to reshape it and reseated the drawer and it seems to have fixed the problem. The visit was covered by the warranty, so no complaints there. I wasn't sure that storing the milk in the door was getting it cold enough, but the technician also pointed out that the doors were designed to be opened left side first, with the right side closed first so the flat part of the seal is down first for proper sealing. That, plus turning the fridge down a degree, seems to have helped the problem a lot. The only other thing to note is that this is a very deep fridge because of the depth and curvature of the doors. This is fairly normal with many newer fridges, but our house was built in 1976 and the layout of the kitchen means that there is now less than a door's width between the fridge and the cabinet across from it. It's not a huge deal, but if you haven't bought a fridge in awhile it's worth noting that the ones with curved doors stick out considerably more than the models with flat doors.
Bought this to replace a 12 yr old Kenmore Elite that still works, just decided to place it in garage and get a new one for inside. This fridge looks great and has lots of room, but.... Have had this refrigerator for only 1 month and It does not cool. The fridge section stays between 48-50 degrees and the freezer section at 10 degrees. The digital display kept showing that the fridge was 34 and the freezer was at 0, but drinks and foods were not cold enough to the touch so I bought two thermometers and placed one in each section. Called Sears and they sent out a service tech. The service tech said he could order a part, which would take over a week to come in and then maybe another week before he could install it, but he wasn't sure that would fix the problem. He's seen many with this same problem. So, he deemed my fridge unrepairable. They are picking it up tomorrow. Who knows how long I'll be without a fridge, but at least I won't be dealing with this one and throwing more food away because it's spoiled from being too warm. Not sure, but I do not think I'll be buying another Kenmore.
This deserves no stars based on service. Ordered this fridge, and I was told it would be delivered the following day. I get an email saying it’s being held due to some security verification. They couldn’t even call me! I called to verify and was told ‘seems like it wasn’t needed’. I asked if they would still deliver today, and the guy didn’t know. He transferred me to delivery and the rep tells me it still needs to be verified. I told her it’s already been done and she checks on the delivery date and now it’s 3 days later. WTF!!! Don’t order from Sears—they LIE. Oh, and they outsource their team, so you could barely understand what they’re saying. Not worth it. I cancelled this order. Buying from ******** instead.
its got all the room I need love the freezer on the bottom...
Great space in fridge and also freezer, can now see everything that we have.
I spent $300 extra for this one vs the one cuft less for the extra LED lights. This is my second frig so I didn't need an icemaker. This reviews doesn't include the icemaker. I don't recommend this style of icemaker at all b/c it exposes your fresh ices to the element. If you got the money and have need for icemaker, get yourself a 20lb maker with self enclosure so your ice stays fresh. Back to the reviews, at $1100, it's a good deal. Plenty of room. Easy to use. Comes with generic cabin filters. Don't buy Kenmore replacement here they'll charge you $25 for single unit. Get the 4.75x6.7in generics from the big online store, they sell them 10 in a pack for $10! I measured the temp, it's right on. At worst it's about 1 deg off. I have a $3K Samsung food gallery that's 3 degree off. So this is excellent. So we talk about the positive in size, accurate temp (freezer & frig), fresh air cabin, and pricing. Now the negatives. If you loose power, it'll go back to 37 & 0. Samsung doesn't do that. It saves setting to memory. This thing doesn't, it saves to a capacitor. Once power is out, the cap discharges and your settings goes away. If you're on vacation and lost power, this will cause user grievance. Your expensive food might spoiled. I live in the desert so I need a different number. Unlike the $3K Samsung which never drop temps when doing defrost. This thing does defrost twice a day at every 12hrs interval, don't be alarming to see the freezer temp shooting up to 18 degree than spend 5hrs going back down to your settings. I question this strategy. The Sears maintenance guy is USELESS! As a rule of thumb, all vendors does this including Samsung, unless your frig compressor blows up they're NOT going to jack. His job is to make up stories and pulling rainbow out of butts to justify the illogical logic. All Frigidaire frigs I've own in the past are Noisy. Not as noisy as the Frigidaire 20cuft where you can hear it from the entire house. In the kitchen you'll near this unit humming whereas my Samsung food gallery is dead silent. However, if you move to the next room, then you won't hear a thing. In term of noise pollution it's in the middle of the pack. Just don't expect dead silent.
In a nutshell, this is excellent buy for spare frig keeping the inexpensive stuffs. For the nice steaks, go with genuine Samsung and expect to spend more.