Big fridge gets bigger on the inside

The LG Electronics LFX31925 Super-Capacity French-Door Refrigerator features a large interior. Along with 31-cubic-feet of storage space, the refrigerator also offers some advanced features.

Room enough for all of the groceries.
There's enough room for all of the groceries. LG Electronics

Refrigerators are big. That is the way it is supposed to be. Otherwise stocking up after a trip to the grocery store can get kind of dicey. Or gamey if there isn't enough room to store all of the sundries. Luckily, these behemoths of the kitchen are big and ready to accommodate. Of course, bigger being better is only valid up to a point. But for refrigerators, bigger on the inside is always better.

The new LG Electronics LFX31925 Super-Capacity French-Door Refrigerator boasts 31 cubic feet of storage space. All this roomy interior is put to use in real life, as according to LG, available shelf space is now the largest available among refrigerators with a standard 36-inch footprint. The increased capacity of the refrigerator is accomplished by housing the ice-making system directly inside the door as well as by improvements with insulation efficacy.

The ability to store more food is coupled with advanced sensors that monitor temperature and humidity. In addition to the fast-reacting cooling system, a set of air vents direct filtered air throughout the interior. The ability to keep food fresh for longer is a convenience that is matched with some other handy features such as a full-length slide-out drawer and many shelves for multiple food storage options. With efficient use of space and materials, the fridge no longer makes it seem that a trip to the supermarket would require a magic box that is somehow bigger on the inside than it is on the outside.

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