The LG Smart ThinQ LFX31995ST's sleek stainless exterior makes it a handsome appliance. Read editors' take
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The LFX31995ST is the first and only refrigerator in LG's Smart ThinQ line of appliances. Read editors' take
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With 20.7 cubic feet of refrigerator capacity, the LG Smart ThinQ LFX31995ST has a lot to offer in terms of useful storage space. Read editors' take
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The freezer drawer features three separate compartments for better organization. Read editors' take
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The ice bin in the Slim SpacePlus ice maker is easy to remove. Read editors' take
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The Slim SpacePlus ice maker is housed in the door of the refrigerator, rather than on the top shelf, freeing up usable space inside the refrigerator. Read editors' take
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The humidity-controlled fruit and vegetable drawers. Read editors' take
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The Glide N' Serve drawer gives you the flexibility to store anything from large sheet cakes to after-school snacks. Read editors' take
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The LG Smart ThinQ LFX31995ST includes a Fresh Filter to remove impurities from the air inside the refrigerator, ideally to keep food fresher longer. Read editors' take
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The LG Smart ThinQ LFX31995ST comes with a 10-year warranty on the linear compressor. Read editors' take
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The touch screen is really the crowning feature of the LG Smart ThinQ LFX31995ST. It's food inventory manager (pictured) helps you to easily keep track of the items in your fridge and add them to a grocery list on your smartphone when they are depleted or expired. Read editors' take
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Adjustable shelf height gives you flexibility to store taller items. Read editors' take
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The touch screen is easy to use and highly functional. Read editors' take
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The touch screen's photo app enables you to load photos from your SD card onto the refrigerator for use in screensavers or slideshows. Read editors' take
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The grocery manager app. Read editors' take
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The app enables you upload photos from your phone to the fridge's corresponding photo app. Read editors' take
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The REF manager tab in the smartphone app enables you to check on the status of your refrigerator's performance. Read editors' take
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You can search for recipes based on the items in your refrigerator. Read editors' take
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The recipe tab in the app connects with The Food Channel and allows you to search for recipes with a variety of criteria. Read editors' take
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The Food Manager helps you keep track of the items in your refrigerator. Read editors' take
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The smartphone app's home display is vivid and easy to use. Read editors' take
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