Super Spacious Capacity
This Kenmore Elite French door fridge has an ample 21.8 cu. ft. of space so you can comfortably fit in extra groceries alongside household staples, snacks, and leftovers.
Flexible Fridge Storage Options
4 split adjustable glass 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 Storage
Gallon-sized door bins, a dairy shelf and tall item accommodation make grabbing commonly-used items quick and easy. Everything has a place in your fridge, even tall wine bottles and wide juice jugs.
Faster Access to the Freezer
Keep pre-made meals at the ready and treats close at hand in this 2-tier pull-out bottom freezer. No more digging through piles of peas for a Friday night pizza.
I have the predecessor to this fridge which in and of itself is a great product and was very well reviewed, I have had no problems with it - it is basically the same as this new model and made to fit a 30" space (a niche product, and perhaps the only one of 30" size ... 29.75" to be more exact). However this new one has substantial improvements over the last - 1) The capacity has increased by more than 2 cu.ft. (compared to 19.4 in the last); 2) It now has adjustable half-width shelves rather that adjustable full width shelves which means you can now adjust a half width shelf to accommodate those tall items while the other half width shelf can be more shallow. The only negatives that come to mind are 1) the lack of an ice dispenser through the door which may be because of the 30" width and the desire to offer capacity; and 2) the automatic ice making tray in the freezer is massive when it really only needs to be half the size ... I will be working on a smaller tray that will accommodate the function of the "ice tray full" arm. If you have 30" width to fit a fridge, I highly recommend it over other offerings!
I've had the refrigerator for 3 years. The ice maker has been replaced twice, the compressor, and the main board. All of which were replaced by Sears master protection agreement, however I've currently been without a working refrigerator for 35 days. As each time Sears replaces the incorrect part to fix the appliance, a new service ordered is issued. This keeps them from exceeding their 30+7 replacement policy to replace the appliance.
The refrigerator worked well until the compressor stopped functioning. The technician showed me that the compressor is made by LG, which is notorious for poor quality compressors.
The unit is barely out of warranty and Sears was unwilling to cooperate at all. They expected me to pay for a $400 compressor that barely lasted three years (on top of the $400 service fee to fix it)!!
Sears is standing behind their product and they seem to be fine with the core function of their appliance lasting fewer than three years.
The advice that I should have bought an extended warranty is ********, the $1500 appliance should be expected to last more than two years!