Thursday, July 16, 2015

Samsung French Door Refrigerator with Dual Ice Maker

On May 18, our  GE refrigerator has stopped working.  I mean it didn't completely stopped but it was messing up  our veggies and fruits, they got frozen then the  food in the freezer were not freezing anymore.  We had it  for nine years.  We bought a set of GE appliance in 2006 at Lowe's which includes  the refrigerator, oven, dishwasher, and microwave.  The first one that  stopped working was the  microwave, then the refrigerator.  The dishwasher is  having a little travel now too so  I am expecting it to stop working as well even though I seldom use it.  
On May 19th, we  went to  Sears and  looked for some options.  We didn't find one that we like there so we  proceeded to Lowe's.  There we found this three door Samsung  with french doors and a freezer at the bottom.
 Anyway here are the side doors.  I like it that the  compartments have different sizes and height.
 The water filter is in the middle of the  vegetable and fruit drawers/compartments.  I love that you can  adjust the humidity control of each drawer.
 There is a foldable shelf on the right side to put tall   stuff like milk, wine, and other beverages.
 It has a big freezer  drawer bin  with a divider in the middle.
 This is an auto pull drawer on top of the freezer drawer  where you can put your frozen stuff and on the left side is the ice bucket.  The ice maker  is  located  on top of the refrigerator.
 The only problem I have with this fridge is the fact that the water is not  coming out.  I tried to  follow the direction on the manual but still nothing is happening.  Even though we don't really use water from the fridge, I still want it to work out.
 So here's our new  refrigerator that cost almost half of what we paid for when we bought the whole kitchen appliances  9 years ago.  Below is the full  details of its feature.
  • 28.07-cu ft total storage: 19.14-cu ft refrigerator, 8.93-cu ft freezer
  • ENERGY STAR® qualified products help you save money on utility bills without sacrificing performance, style or comfort
  • Filtered water and cubed/crushed ice settings are easily managed through LED-lit controls. Dual ice makers mean you'll never run out of ice.
  • Twin Cooling Plus™ maintains separate humidity levels in the refrigerator and freezer for optimal food storage conditions
  • Sliding, spill-proof glass shelves adjust for bulky and odd shaped items
  • Gallon door storage holds beverages or other large containers, freeing up valuable shelf space
  • Bright and energy-efficient LED interior lighting makes it easy to find what you need
  • Temperature-controlled CoolSelect Pantry™ full-width drawer is optimal for storing deli meats, cheese and snacks
  • EZ-Open™ Handle lifts up and glides out the freezer drawer effortlessly, even when it’s fully loaded
 But, what can you do, when the  appliances is out, there's nothing you can do but to buy.  We'd rather buy a new one that have the old one fixed as it cost ads much as buying a new one.  I asked the  delivery guys what they do of the old ones and they told me that  a company  picks them up from Lowe's and pay Lowe's for it.  IN return,  Lowe's use the money for charities, which is nice to know.
 The only downside of buying at Lowe's is their customer services isn't that great.  When you go to the store, no one wants to help you really.  You are on your own when you are shopping there.  I mean, when you are shopping for this   kind of  merchandise, you expect  that someone would offer to help you as they have the  expertise of what they sell.  We love the customer service at Sears but unfortunately, they don't have what we were looking for.  
This was on sale for $1,998 but with hubby's 10% discount as a veteran, it  went down to $1,798.20 plus $107.89 tax.  So we  ended up paying for $1,906.09.  I am just glad that  the delivery was free.

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