All the Room Your Food Needs
Keep it Fresh
Convenience in Your Kitchen
The sleek design of the Samsung Refrigerator with its stainless steel finish is classy. The refrigerator is counter depth and compact with it being 18 cubic feet. The total refrigerator capacity is 11.8 and the freezer capacity is 5.72 cubic feet. The French doors add a rich look to the Kitchen. Open up the freezer drawer and there you find the ice maker. The led lighting is nice and bright. If you forget to close the freezer draw or refrigerator doors an alarm sounds alerting you, a wonderful feature. Inside the refrigerator you have three glass shelves with only one shelf being adjustable, a sliding draw under the top shelf which you can slide back and forth which I never saw before on any refrigerators and two crisp drawers. On the French doors you have a total of eight bins with two of the bins on the bottom larger. Open up the freezer draw and you have a slide out basket with the ice maker and plenty of storage underneath. It does take a little while to get use to a French door refrigerator. The glass shelving inside the refrigerator does not accommodate tall bottles, where as you will need to place them in the door bins along with your milk, juices and a two liter bottle of Soda. The refrigerator is best suited for a small family or perhaps in a condo or apartment. The counter depth allows a better walk flow in the Kitchen. The twin cooling maintains a better air flow and keeps food fresher. The customizable temperature zones are effective and include a power cool and power freeze. The refrigerator also has an echo button which allows you to run it more energy efficient. The refrigerator is quiet. Having a draw freezer versus a side by side I no longer worry about that roast falling out on my toes. The refrigerator and freezer work perfectly it keeps food, drinks cold and the freezer keeps everything frozen. Larger items are hard to fit in the freezer draw. The refrigerator shelves have limited adjustability and most tall items will not fit with the only solution is to lay them sideways and hope there is no spilling. You have to learn to work the doors and place taller items on the doors. By removing the top door bin you can accommodate some taller bottles. The refrigerator does accommodate a full size pizza box. Not having a water dispenser you realize how much you miss it. Overall it’s a fantastic refrigerator but too small for our family. I am reviewing the refrigerator as part of the #SamsungInsiders.
I had this for less than one year and the freezer stopped working. Now its the same temp as the refrigerator. The repairman came, ordered parts, told me 2 boxes would arrive, and scheduled me a second appointment. I called the day before to tell Sears only 1 box arrived. They did not bother to tell me that the appointment was cancelled because the parts were on backorder. That's a full day off work for me. No word on when parts for this fridge will be available, and the repairman stated the refrigerator section might fail in the meantime. Not happy with this fridge or with Sears. Another repairman I encountered stated that Samsung appliances not good, and they repair them all day long.
This is the type of review I would’ve liked to have had when I was shopping for appliances....a review two years later after the purchase. I bought a Samsung counter depth refrigerator. Yes like many of these reviews say it is sleek and a great design and very functional. I liked it very much. However after the initial warranty wore off I started getting water pooling in the crisper drawers. No, I did not buy the extended warranty. I have had two refrigerators prior, non-Samsung products, and never had an issue this soon after a purchase. Very long story short, I have had attempts to fix this refrigerator to the tune of >$400 out of my pocket and no remedy for the leaking problem. The reason for the specific Samsung review is it was an actual Samsung repair man who came out to fix it and as confident as he was in diagnosing the problem the issue started again. When I called Samsung back they pretty much said “sorry there’s not much further we can do”. I am not complaining at all about the warranty or my out of pocket expense. My issue is that their own repair people can’t fix their own product… What is that? It’s one thing to have a product that doesn’t even last 12 months when it comes to a major purchase like this. It’s another when your own company can’t fix your own product. That speaks volumes. They should stick to phones and other electronics but because of the way they handle their business overall, I wouldn’t recommend anything with the name Samsung on it. If you can’t properly rep your product, get out of that business or settle for damaging your brand overall.
have nothing but problems since delivery
we needed to have a seal replaced around the door and also we keep getting water in the crispy drawers
We have three of these at our office after a new reno.
The top two shelves are not adjustable.
Neither accommodate the size of a typical cardboard milk, orange juice, or other beverage box as sold in every grocery store in Canada. They're about 5mm to short. No problem you think? you're tipping the carton to get them in and out every single day.
We resorted to trying to prop up the top shelf by putting some cardboard strips under the tray. It mostly works.
These may be great mechanically, I have no idea. But apparently the most basic of product design research was not carried out.
do not buy! fiine for 2-3 months... then drainage froze causing all moister to collect in bottom of frig + lower bins. water froze at bottom of frig. spill-over into bins causing spoilage.