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LG STUDIO SRFVC2406S 23.5 cu. ft. Counter Depth InstaView™ Door-in-Door® Refrigerator with Craft Ice™ – Stainless Steel

Item# 04609275000P | Model# SRFVC2406S | Added on June 22, 2020 |
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LG STUDIO SRFVC2406S 23.5 cu. ft. Counter Depth InstaView™ Door-in-Door® Refrigerator with Craft Ice™ – Stainless Steel
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LG STUDIO's newest InstaView™ Door-in-Door® refrigerators have everything you need to become the ultimate home entertainer. Dual ice makers with Craft Ice™ automatically create crushed, cubed and LG’s exclusive slow-melting round ice on demand, for upscale, craft drinks at home—without the work. To ensure you’re serving the freshest foods, innovative LG STUDIO's charcoal gray interior design and cooling technologies work together to dramatically extend the life of your produce.

  • With a cavernous 23.5 cubic feet of space, this LG STUDIO French Door refrigerator gives you ample space for all of your family’s favorite foods and keeps them conveniently organized and within reach.
  • LG’s InstaView™ Door-in-Door® refrigerator brings distinctive styling to your kitchen, with a mirrored glass panel that allows you to see inside the easy access door with two quick knocks on the glass.
  • Offering quick and easy access to favorite foods, the popular Door-in-Door® design gets even better with an adjustable bin that smoothly glides up and down to fit snacks and drinks of all sizes.
  • Tall Ice & Water Dispenser® with Measured Fill fits just about any container, dispenses exact amount of filtered water, and looks good doing it.
  • Dual Ice Makers with Craft Ice™ for home entertaining. The icemaker in the freezer makes LG's exclusive round Craft Ice™ - crafted to melt slower and chill more efficiently, while the ice maker on the door
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